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digital for Term 4
An exciting opportunity exists for a qualified
Technician to join Leongatha Motors. You
will be a self-motivated individual with the
ability and desire to learn new skills working
in an exciting team orientated environment.
As a Technician you will be required to carry
out servicing and mechanical duties;
identify and rectify faults in vehicle stability,
balancing, repairs and general servicing as
directed, to a standard that enhances the
Company, its products and services.
The successful candidate will require:
l Qualifications as a Motor Mechanic
l Ability to take direction and be part of a
l High standards in customer service and
l Capacity to problem solve issues and
find suitable resolutions
l Excellent work ethic and ability to strive
l Current drivers licence
l Ability to work unsupervised
For further information, please contact
Andrew McMahon on 0408 748 251,
alternatively please forward your cover
letter and resume including two
professional referees in confidence to:
Leongatha Motors is an equal
Friday, November 3, 2017.
LMCT: 10285 & LMCT:11276 CC1498
The CLAAS Harvest Centre network is a leading
provider of agricultural machinery throughout Australia
and New Zealand and enjoys brand partnerships
spanning more than 40 years with premium
manufacturers including CLAAS, AMAZONE and Seed
CLAAS Harvest Centre, South Gippsland is seeking
a Sales Representative to join our successful team
based in Leongatha.
The successful applicant will need to demonstrate:
• Excellent customer service and
• Sales experience (preferably agricultural)
• High levels of energy and self-motivation
• The ability to work as a part of a successful team
• An affinity with the agricultural sector
This is an excellent career opportunity for the right
person. CLAAS Harvest Centres offer ongoing training
and development opportunities and competitive
remuneration packages. Our employees enjoy
excellent working conditions in a supportive and
friendly team environment.
Please forward your application in confidence to:
Make a positive difference
in our community
COMMUNITY ACCESS WORKERS
Multiple Casual Positions Available
Interchange Gippsland provides supports and services to people with
disabilities across the region. We are seeking motivated Community Access
Workers to join our organisation for casual weekday and weekend work
with experience in personal care preferred. Positions are located across the
six local government areas of Gippsland.
A position description and application details are available online at
Interchange Gippsland is a ‘Child Safe’ organisation and successful
applicants will be required to undergo comprehensive screening.
Applications close on Friday, November 10, 2017.
Applications can be obtained by contacting Shilo Wilson or
Amelia Vincent on 1300 736 765 or email email@example.com
Capeview is looking for an enthusiastic and
committed apprentice to commence in our
The successful candidate will be trained in
all aspects of kitchen production and must
demonstrate the following
l Minimum pass at year 11 level with
some exposure to trade based subjects
l Keen to work in the construction industry
l Able to follow directions
l Motivated to learn and develop
l Good reading, writing and maths skills
Capeview offer a good working
environment with the opportunity to
undertake ongoing training and
Commencement in January 2018.
All applications must be in writing, with
CV and cover letter addressed to:
Capeview Building Products,
PO Box 115, Wonthaggi, 3995
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: 3/11/2017.
Permanent, full time position
We are seeking a Full Time qualified
Restaurant Manager for our established
business in Wonthaggi. The candidate must
be able to work over the weekends.
l Maintaining financial and stock records,
l Ensuring that the hygiene standards are
maintained within the business
l Getting customer feedback and improve
in the required areas
l Recruiting and training the kitchen and
front of house staff
l May assist other staff when required
l Planning and organising functions,
promoting the business
l Consult with chef and cooks to plan menu
l Ordering stock and negotiating prices with
Please email your resume to:
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seekers by misleading advertisements placed
in the employment columns.
Our Positions Vacant/Situations Vacant
columns are reserved for advertisements which
carry a specific and genuine offer of
Ads for 'Business Opportunities', 'Commission
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services should be submitted under those
Placing misleading job ads is an offence
against the Trade Practices Act and Victorian
Fair Trading Acts and all advertisements are
subject to the publisher's approval. For further
advice contact the Trade Practices
Commission 1300 302 502.
AGA is seeking
Carpentry, Electrical and
to work within the Bass Coast and
South Gippsland region.
This is a great opportunity to start your career, be
trained by industry experts and gain a nationally
Positions commencing January 2018.
Apply online at: www.aga.com.au
Close date Friday, October 27, 2017.
PROOF WITH COSTING
PROOF WITH COSTING
Meat Labourer / Skilled
Meat Process Workers
We are seeking experienced/skilled boners,
slicers, knifehands and bandsaw operators
for our beef processing plant situated in
South Gippsland, based in Poowong.
Positions are available for immediate start.
Experience is preferred but not essential as
you will receive full accredited training.
Work days: Monday to Friday - 6.30am
Please send your resumes to:
Nancy Brennan HR Administrator,
or phone 0400 291 441.
Complete jobs listing online:
TERM 4 has kicked off and Bass Coast Adult
Education Centre has had some exciting news
BCAEC is one of a handful of Learn Locals
pioneering new digital marketing courses that
complement the #GippslandDigital program.
The program is aimed at small businesses,
their employees, and those seeking to increase
their confidence and online knowledge.
It will begin with a visit to Wonthaggi from
‘Rocky,’ the high-tech mobile classroom today,
Tuesday, October 24 as part of its month-long
Gippsland Digital Roadshow.
The specially converted bus will be centrally
located just outside Wonthaggi Neighbourhood
Centre in Murray Street.
Workshops will include displays of virtual re-
ality, boosting your digital confidence and get-
ting your business on Google Maps.
Search Facebook for ‘basscoastaec’ for more
The Digital Roadshow will also take in Ko -
rumburra on October 25 and Leongatha on
This will be followed up by courses at BCAEC
on Facebook for Business and Online Market-
It’s a great opportunity to learn how to pro-
mote yourself, your business, or organisation
online with a minimum of fuss. You’ll even find
out why #GippslandDigital is spelt that funny
Kate is at it again with her massage and
beauty therapy courses and already the feed-
back has been ecstatic with many students in-
terested in pursuing further study in this area.
This term includes Swedish and Indian head
There is an exciting range of courses lined up
for 2018 and enrolments are open now, includ-
ing some great Vet In School opportunities for
students in years 10, 11 or 12 who wish to gain
accredited workplace skills while at secondary
Massage and Beauty Therapy tutor Kate McNish is flanked by Centre coordinators and
Digital trainers Bill Street and Josh Baker holding the Term 4 Course Guide.
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