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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
Fixed-Term Contract Full-Time
40 hours per week (1.0 EFT) - 03/07/17 to
Permanent Part Time
32 hours per week (0.84 EFT)
We are seeking enthusiastic and experienced
Grade 2 Occupational Therapists to join
our team at Bass Coast Health. The team
provides a range of services to acute, sub-
acute, aged care, community rehabilitation,
outpatient and home-based clients.
You will demonstrate:
• High quality assessment and treatment
• Well-developed communication skills
• A commitment to person-centred care
and evidence based practice
• Registration with AHPRA
• Current driver ’s licence
• A Police Check that is current and within
12 months of the date of issue
For further information please telephone
Anthea Donohue or Sally Phillips on
Applications, addressing the key selection
criteria and including a cover letter
and 2 professional referees should be
addressed to Pat Grasby, Human Resources
Applications close 12noon on Friday, May
t 5671 3333 f 5671 3300
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.
We are searching for motivated, enthusiastic
and caring individuals to join our care team at
Foster in the role of Registered Nurse.
If you are a team player with excellent
interpersonal skills, call us now for a position
Applications close 5pm Wednesday, May
All enquiries and applications to:
Carina Ross, Quality Care Administrator,
T: 5682 0800
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Auddino First National
is seeking a motivated team player who is
committed to building a successful career in
Property management experience is
recommended, though not necessary if
you've got the right stuff. Applicants with a
proactive attitude and strong customer
service skills will be highly considered.
Your responsibilities will include:
l Managing your own rent roll of 150-170
l Liaising with landlords and tenants
l Conducting open inspections, and
performing incoming, outgoing and
l Marketing rental properties
l Overseeing rental arrears control
l Attending to tribunal applications and
l Liaising on insurance matters
l Performing rental application reviews
l Managing repairs and maintenance of
l Preparing lease agreements
l Conducting general administrative duties
You will need:
l Current certificate of registration
l Strong computer literacy in Microsoft
l Current drivers licence and your own
l Solid communication skills
l Desire and capacity to build solid client
l Ability to work effectively unsupervised
and as part of a team
l Professional presentation
This position is full time. Closing date is
Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
If you fit the criteria above and are ready
to join a successful and passionate
team, please send your resume to:
George Auddino, Officer in effective
control. Auddino First National Real
For more info call 5658 1007.
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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA
Brian Paynter, Member for Bass invites applications for
the position of Electorate Officer at the Bass Electorate
office in Wonthaggi.
In this critical support role, the key duties include
providing support to the Member, assisting
constituents, liaising with government agencies and
local councils and undertaking research.
To be successful for this position, you will have
excellent written, interpersonal and communication
skills, proven ability to work unsupervised and office
administration experience including MS Word,
database support, publishing software and Outlook.
Political awareness and an understanding of
Parliamentary process, in addition to local knowledge
is important. Confidentiality, maturity, and analytical
ability are considered key attributes. Relevant
qualifications are desirable.
Term of employment: Part-time (3 days)
Applications close: Thursday, May 18, 2017
Further information: Olivia Giles, (03) 5672 4755
Written applications, outlining previous
experience and addressing the job requirements
should be forwarded to the Office of Brian Paynter,
Bass Electorate Office, PO Box 402, Wonthaggi
3995 or email@example.com
Candidates must be Australian residents
The Parliament of Victoria supports Equal
Opportunity and Diversity
kitchens & bathrooms
Capeview is the leading manufacturer
and installer of joinery in South
Gippsland and Phillip Island. Due to
continued growth we require the services
of a salesperson to join our team.
Working with existing clients and sourcing
new the role requires a person who can work
through to process from enquiry to providing
details for manufacture.
The preferred candidate will need to
l Outstanding communication skills &
l Ability to prepare initial layouts for
quotation purposes from a client's brief
l Good liaison skills when working with
design team to produce finished drawings
l Good computer skills are required
l Knowledge of joinery materials and
accessories would be an advantage
l Valid driver's license required
The successful applicant will enjoy an
attractive salary, a good working
environment and the opportunity to
undertake ongoing training and career
All applications must be in writing, with
CV & cover letter addressed to:
Capeview Building Products,
PO Box 115, Wonthaggi, 3995
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications Friday, May
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Complete jobs listing online:
Bass Coast Adult Education Centre
HOSPITALITY is one of the biggest industries
in the region and one of the biggest employers
of young people.
One of the most vital qualifications to work
in any kind of hospitality service is safe food
This course is required for any occupation
that involves food service from cafés and res-
taurants to sausage sizzles.
BCAEC is presenting Food Safety Level 1 at
Wonthaggi RSL this Thursday, May 11.
Responsible Service of Alcohol and Gambling
will follow on Thursday, May 18. The Food
Safety Level 2 course for supervisors and man-
agers will be starting on June 1.
For more information on any of BCAEC’s
courses and services, visit www.basscoast-
adulted.org.au or call 5672 3115.
Wonthaggi Community Garden
THERE was plenty of coming and going at the
garden last week.
Coming in were cabbages, broccoli, cauliflow-
ers and celery, and going out were the unripe
tomatoes, bean stalks and tired zucchini.
Regular visitors including two groups from
Bass Coast Childcare Centre, as well as Inter-
change Gippsland and horticulture students,
taking on a certificate course at Bass Coast
Adult Education Centre, added to the bustle.
The garden plays host to varied groups and
activities over the week. You can catch up on
what’s happening by dropping in on a Thursday
morning from 10am to noon, or by contacting
U3A members are often surprised to hear
people saying that they haven’t heard of the
world-wide organisation known as U3A.
This is especially surprising because U3A
provides a major source of social contact, in-
formation and entertainment for so many re-
tired and semi-retired people in communities
around the world, including the 200-odd who
attend U3A classes in Wonthaggi, a small part
of the 85,000 membership attending 250-odd
separate campuses around Australia.
For details regarding U3A activities and
courses, check www.u3awonthaggi.org.au or
www.facebook.com/WonthaggiU3A, or tele-
phone 5674 2419 or 5674 3840.
LAST Sunday, the Woodies joined in at the
annual open day at the National Vietnam Veter-
This is the third time the group has had a dis-
play at the event presenting toy kits that have
been exclusively designed for the museum for
children to assemble.
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
PRESIDENT Natalie Opray welcomed only
six members to the Bena branch’s May meet-
ing owing to illness and one member over-
seas. Best wishes to the sickies.
Hearty congratulations to Maryke Dann on
receiving 21 first prizes, eight second prizes,
best exhibit overall at the recent home indus-
tries exhibition, aggregate for jams and jellies
and aggregate overall. Maryke, you are a gem.
The Bena branch received first place for
the branch cookery entry and also congratu-
lations to all who entered.
Members, don’t forget the branch has the
Cookery Stall at the Coal Creek Farmers’
Market, sharing with Leongatha, on May 13.
Betty Wilson shared more of her story about
a Denmark couple, with a side note that seven
Lego sets are sold every second in the coun-
Competitions: Flower: equal 1st Betty Wil-
son and Beryl Clay; Frogs: equal 1st Betty
Wilson and Joan Blogg.
Bena CWA May meeting
Community House News
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