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Phone Wonthaggi 5672 1888 or Korumburra 5655 1422
t 5671 3333 f 5671 3300
1. Permanent Part-Time - 0.84 EFT
2. Short Term LSL Replacement 0.6 EFT
19/06/17 to 30/07/17
3. Ongoing Casual Position
Applications are invited from Registered
Nurses to join our busy Emergency
Department and Short Stay Unit.
You will demonstrate:
• Effective time management
• High standard of documentation
• Competent medication administration
• Experience in Emergency Department and
Short Stay Unit essential
• Excellent written and verbal
• Excellent patient assessment skills
• ALS certified
• Ability to work autonomously and as part
of a team
• Must be able to work rotating roster
• ED post-graduate certificate in Emergency
Nursing or ICU desirable
A Position Description is available on the
For further information regarding the
positions please contact Cathy Jones, Nurse
Unit Manager, Emergency Department on
5671 3124 / Cathy.Jones@basscoasthealth.
Applications, including a cover letter and two
professional referees should be addressed
to the Human Resources Officer - Email to:
Applications close 12noon on Friday,
May 5, 2017.
Registered Nurses Grade 2
Emergency Department & Short
Stay Unit- 3 Positions
Gippsland PHN is a federally funded primary health
care organisation with a focus on supporting
general practice, health planning, health system
integration and commissioning services in line
with national and local health priorities.
Gippsland PHN currently has two employment
Education and Training Officer
This full time role supports the delivery of
education and events including continuing
professional development for stakeholders
working in health organisations to improve skills
and competencies relating to the health needs of
Health Planning Officer
This part time role (0.8FTE) will assist in the
collection, analysis and interpretation of qualitative
and quantitative population health data, through
preparation of reports to describe the data, current
health services, system gaps and consumer and
community views to inform service planning.
Applications close 5pm Thursday, May 11, 2017.
To apply: Visit our careers page online
Personal Care Assistants
(PCA) Staff Required
Positions for Casual shifts
at Banfields Aged Care
Banfields Aged Care is part of the family owned
Australian Aged Care Group which prides itself
on imagination and innovation in caring for the
aged, with a mission to excel in providing quality
care services and accommodation.
We are located at 192 Thompson Avenue,
Cowes, a short stroll into town for the local beach
Set amongst beautiful landscaped grounds.
Banfields Aged care is a 90 bed residential care
facility which provides an extensive range of
We are seeking dynamic and exceptional PCAs
staff to be part of our team.
As a PCA your responsibilities will be to provide
nursing care as directed by a Registered Nurse.
The successful candidate will have:
l PCA qualification
l Strong communication skills
l Current Police Check
l Team player qualities
We are a non-smoking facility.
If you believe you have the qualities and
skills we are looking for please call the
Director of Care, Denise Hunt on
5951 2500 or forward
your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are seeking a full time Go Kart Attendant
to assist with the day to day operations of the
Duties include customer service, track
marshalling, maintaining kart and venue
presentation and general duties.
A positive and enthusiastic approach is
essential along with a strong work ethic.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to
work under pressure in a team environment is
This position will include working event
weekends along with the seasonal operating
requirements of the business.
Please email resume and covering letter to
enquires on 5952 2710.
Applications close Monday May 1, 2017
(Tuesday - Saturday)
Complete jobs listing online:
COMMUNITY HOUSE NEWS
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre
THE Harvest Centre is closed for mainte-
nance however it will re-open soon. If your ac-
tivity is due to start at the beginning of May,
please check with WNC beforehand.
YEARS Ahead Seniors Road Safety is on
Wednesday, April 26 from 10-11am. The free
one hour RACV road safely awareness presen-
tation for senior drivers covers topics including
the effects of medication on driving and tips on
choosing a safe vehicle. Police will be at the ses-
sion to provide local information and advice.
Book early to ensure a place on 5672 3731.
CHRONIC Pain Support Group is on Thurs-
day, April 27 at 1pm. Is chronic pain becom-
ing an isolating factor to your life? Come and
learn pain management techniques and hear
guest speakers on topics including meditation
and diet and share in the social support. All
YOUR Experience Counts is Saturday, April
If English is your second language and you
would like to share what is important to you
and your family when moving to a new area,
come along. Refreshments will be provided.
Your experiences can help the Victorian Gov-
ernment plan ways to make Gippsland a more
welcoming place to live.
Book on 5672 3731.
EMBROIDERY Machine Group is meeting
on Tuesday, May 2 from 10am to 3pm.
Do you have an embroidery machine and
want to get together with like -minded, skilled
people, or have one that you haven’t tried out
yet and would like some mentoring? Then
come along to this new group and create
some great embroidery!
SOUND Therapy - Relaxing Sound Bath is
on Wednesday, May 3 from 6-7pm.
Sound has been used as an effective tool
for healing for thousands of years. A voice
sound bath is a combination of vowel and
tonal sounds sung to bathe the body at cellu-
lar level. Call sound therapist Nicky on 0457
173 782 for more info or to book.
BANDJAM/Hotrock/Blues/Chill on Thurs-
day, May 4 from 4 to 6pm. This is a workshop
in the many roles of being in a band such as
performance skills and improvisation. An
intermediate level of musical ability and the
keenness to give it a go is all you need. Wind,
keyboard, guitar/bass, drummers and per-
cussionists welcome. Suits ages 14-24. It’s
at the Harvest Centre Shed. Book on 5672
TO become involved at the WNC, or share
ideas, pop into the house between 9.30am
and 3pm, Monday to Thursday and 9.30am
to 1pm on Fridays.
Bass Coast Adult Education Centre
THE Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism
groups recently took a trip to Wilsons Promon-
tory as part of their studies. The groups hiked
to the top of Mount Oberon, took a tour of the
Tidal River camping areas and visited Squeaky
The purpose of the trip was to show students
some local attractions that we have in our own
During the excursion, the more experienced
students acted as tour guides for the newer stu-
The Term 2 intake for the Hospitality and
Tourism courses is open now and there’s much
more fun yet to come.
For more information on any of BCAEC’s
courses and services, visit www.basscoast-
adulted.org.au or call 5672 3115.
Wonthaggi Community Garden
COMMUNITY gardeners often work as a team
on more challenging garden tasks, such as
pruning tall fruit trees.
Four volunteers took on the job last week,
combining skills, strength and experience to
get a row of apple and stone fruit trees in shape.
It was also time to plant up new garlic beds
with locally grown cloves, some from the com-
munity garden’s own crop.
There is something to learn and enjoy every
week, and all are welcome to drop in for a ca-
sual visit on Thursdays from 10am to noon.
More information at email wonthaggicommu-
THE Shakespeare group started Twelfth
Night last week and are enjoying it immensely.
Some in a group are studying the play for the
first time but many are on at least their second
run-through and still discovering new things in
Later in May, the Current Affairs group will
visit the Wonthaggi Desalination Plant.
For details regarding U3A activities and
courses, check www.u3awonthaggi.org.au or
www.facebook.com/WonthaggiU3A, or phone
5674 2419 or 5674 3840.
THE Woodies had a very busy day at their
Churchill Island display on Easter Saturday
when 170 toys were sold, mostly as kits which
were assembled by the kids at the event.
Once built, the children’s names were written
onto the toys by the pyrographers. They were
so busy, they felt burnt out by the end of the
For information about joining the Woodcraft-
ers, visit www.wonthaggiwoodcrafters.com.au
or drop in to the workshop.
Adult Education at
The Jean Melzer Centre
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