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The Director of Catholic Education in the Diocese of Sale is seeking to appoint a full time:
Commencement date is Tuesday, April 18, 2017 or by negotiation.
This position is based in Warragul.
Further information, a position description and application documentation can be downloaded
from www.ceosale.catholic.edu.au. Enquiries may be directed to Kirrilly Bridger on 5622 6640
or email email@example.com.
Applications close Friday, March 24, 2017.
The Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Sale promotes the safety,
wellbeing and inclusion of all children.
SCHOOL PAYROLL OFFICER
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Inverloch & District Financial Enterprises Ltd
The Board responsible for the Inverloch &
District Community Bank® Branch are
seeking to appoint a suitably qualified person
as an Executive Officer on a part time basis to
provide assistance to the Board for:
l Preparation of marketing material
l Coordinating media activities
l Preparation of Bi-Annual Newsletters
l Attending Board and Committee Meeting
and preparing Minutes
l Maintaining a calendar of events
l Preparation and distribution of information
l General administrative support as
The role may be suitable for a semi retired
person or someone seeking an employment
opportunity requiring limited and flexible
hours averaging approximately 40 hours per
Qualifications in business administration
and/or marketing will be well regarded.
A position description can be obtained by
contacting the Inverloch & District
Community Bank® Branch on 5674 2800.
Applications are required by
Monday, April 10, 2017 and should be
addressed to: Company Secretary,
PO Box 54, INVERLOCH, 3996
or via email to:
Farm Hand / Milker
We have a farm hand / milker position on our
900 cow dairy farm in South Gippsland.
We have a 50 stand rotary. Fully
computerised dairy with auto cup removers
and auto draft.
Duties will include calf rearing, milking,
assisting cow's calving, droving, fencing,
general farm work and cleaning.
Full training provided. You will work as part of
a team on our roster which includes every
second weekend off.
There is no accommodation on the farm,
wages are award with around 50 hours a
To reply, email your resume with
relevant experience to:
0437 000 691.
Assistant Despatch Coordinator
Evans Petroleum Gippsland is a growing,
family owned and operated fuel distributor
for BP Australia. Employing over 100 staff,
we have serviced both retail and wholesale
customers in the Gippsland area for the past
We are looking for a person to join our team
as an Assistant Despatch Coordinator to
work primarily from our Leongatha depot.
Successful applicants should have:
l Good computer skills
l Well organized
l Customer focused
l Drivers licence
l A knowledge of the Gippsland area
l A willingness to work in an environment
where compliance with legislation, policy
and procedures is the highest priority
l Teamwork ethic
The role involves:
l Assistant/relief dispatch for fuel delivered
to our customers and own retail and
l Bookkeeping of Mass Management and
l Inventory control
l Other tasks as directed
l Staff co-ordination
Applications close on 27/03/17
and can be sent to
or by mail to:
PO Box 588, Leongatha, 3953.
Local company requires an Operations
Coordinator to assist with the coordination of
plant maintenance and logistics of our fleet
of vehicles and equipment.
Strong computer skills with MS Excel and
accurate data entry are prerequisites.
Demonstrated capability and experience in
an administrative role, preferably in a
construction or related industry is highly
Please forward resume to
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3 Casual Receptionist
This is an exceptional opportunity to be part
of the Silverwater team in the following roles:
Previous experience is preferred but not
essential. Applicants must be motivated
towards continuous improvement and have
a positive attitude.
Please send applications to:
or for more information please
call 5671 9300.
3 Casual Cocktail Bartender
Complete jobs listing online:
THE Textile Artists Group –
part of the Artists’ Society of
Phillip Island - kicked off the
year on Monday, February 6
with a Gelli Plate workshop
led by Norma Stack-Robinson.
This offered a new insight
into printing using a simple
technique not unlike screen-
Designs were made us-
ing materials such as acrylic
paints, stencils, stamps and
plant life and then transferred
onto paper or fabric.
It was agreed by all who at-
tended that it was a new skill
that was fun and easy.
Members are considering
producing a group textile art
work for the Phillip Island
150th celebration next year,
although this needs more dis-
cussion before a definite deci-
sion is made.
The Textile Artists also plan
to display some of their work
in the ASPI display unit at the
RSL at the end of March.
Several members entered
their amazing creations in the
13th Modern Art and Photog-
raphy Show and Sale at the
Corinella & District Commu-
nity Centre across the long
They are pleased to see
textiles as an art form being
recognised and promoted with
an award for Wearable Art.
The group would like to
warmly welcome its newest
member, Margaret Carr who
travels from Ringwood to at-
tend meetings and has a wealth
of expertise, having worked in
the textile industry.
The group continues to
build members’ skills and
knowledge whilst enjoying the
friendship and encouraging in-
The fortnightly meetings are
now alternating between Mon-
day and Saturday mornings to
allow members who are only
available on weekends to at-
tend. All Textile Artist meet-
ings are still being conducted
at PICAL from 10am to 1pm.
Art you can wear
Examples of wearable art made by the Phillip Island Textile Artists.
College last week hosted two
teachers from Indonesia as
part of a program named
Australia Awards in Indone-
sia, funded by the Australian
Department of Foreign Affairs
and Trade, and coordinated
through the Asia Education
The program has supported
more than 130 Indonesian ed-
ucation professionals and fu-
ture leaders, to visit Victoria to
access and share high-quality
professional development op-
The goal of the Australia
Awards in Indonesia is to build
the Australian and Indonesian
teachers’ knowledge and skills
and to support their profes-
sional field and communities.
Senior School Leader, Rus-
sell Ogden said the program
provided a fantastic oppor-
tunity for the Leongatha Sec-
ondary College community to
develop an understanding of
Indonesian history, society and
culture, and in turn, a intercul-
“We hope this is just the start
of a mutually beneficial and
long-term relationship with
our visiting friends.
“The visit also dovetails per-
fectly as a follow up for stu-
dents who took part in our
Indonesian Study Tour to Yo -
gyakarta in December 2016.”
Pak Harmain from Lombok,
and Pak Murysid from Sumba-
wa, were particularly interest-
ed to see the practices used by
teachers to create student cen-
tred learning approaches, and
to see the use of the ‘Visible
Learning’ strategies by teach-
ers across the college.
The Indonesian teachers
also appreciated the opportu-
nity to see examples of leading
practice in the use of informa-
tion technologies to enhance
teaching, learning and com-
Many students and teach-
ers enjoyed the opportunity
to develop personal connec-
tions with these visitors from
our neighbouring country, and
also the opportunity to develop
a better understanding of cul-
tures and beliefs quite differ-
ent from their own.
The college farewelled Pak
Harmain and Pak Murysid
with best wishes and the hope
that friendships and connec-
tions will be maintained over
Two teachers from Indonesia, Pak Harmain and Pak Murysid, with senior student Sarah
Bouquet and assistant principal Brad Hutchinson.
learning in Leongatha
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