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The Director of Catholic Education in the Diocese of Sale is seeking to appoint a full-time:
Commencement date to be negotiated with the successful applicant.
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
Ms Shard Goodwin on 5614 5104 or email email@example.com.
Applications close Wednesday, February 21, 2018.
The Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Sale
promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.
Required for a well established franchise
food outlet in Wonthaggi.
Must have management qualifications and
minimum 1 year management experience.
Full time position with award salary benefits.
Apply with full resume to:
Required for a renowned automotive car
dealership in Wonthaggi. Must have Cert
IV in Automotive and 1+ years experience
in a busy workshop. Full time position with
Send full resume to
An agricultural machinery Spare Parts
Manager is required for a full-time position at
our established local dealership, specialising
in many premium brands of agricultural
tractors and equipment and a range of
We are seeking a qualified experienced
Spare Part Interpreter to be responsible
for the daily sales and management of
our spare parts department. You will be
expected to provide excellent customer
service and service the parts needs of a
busy workshop. You will be responsible
for the on-the-job training of a second year
spare parts apprentice.
To be successful in obtaining this
position you will need to display:
• Ability to establish and maintain good
• Proven competency in spare parts
• Excellent communication skills, verbal and
• Ability to establish and control inventory
system, pricing procedures
• Superior time management skills,
including a demonstrated ability to meet
• Ability to work well in a team environment
• Proficient computer skills
• Mechanical knowledge of agricultural
machinery and equipment
All applications will be treated with the
Applications close February 28, 2018
Please apply with your current resume,
cover letter and the contact details of
2 professional referees to:
Chapman Machinery Service P/L
58 Yarragon Road, Leongatha Vic 3953
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
58 Yarragon Rd,
TEL: 5662 3973
FAX: 5662 3700
ABN: 59 404 753 169
58 Yarragon Rd,
TEL: 5662 3973
FAX: 5662 3700
ABN: 59 404 753 169
We have a position available for an experienced
Diesel Technician to carry out field and
workshop repairs and maintenance for our
range of quality agricultural tractors, farm
equipment and secondhand machinery.
A diligent, self-motivated, suitably qualified and
experienced service person is required for our
busy, vibrant dealership. You must have a
current drivers license and the ability to work
independently and with a workshop team.
Factory training and overalls provided..
If you are a great self starter who is looking for a
challenging and rewarding role, then we want to
talk to you. Remuneration negotiable for the
All applications will be treated with the strictest
Please send your current resume to:
The Manager, Chapman Machinery Service
P/L, 58 Yarragon Road, Leongatha, 3953
or email to:
Careers at Latrobe
Latrobe City Council has a number of
exciting opportunities within our Family
Services Team for and enthusiastic and
forward-thinking individuals with a passion
for providing excellent services to our
• Early Childhood
For further information including how to
apply, position descriptions and application
closing dates, please visit our website
Fix-Man Services is located on Phillip Island
for smart device repairs and accessories.
About the role
We are looking for a highly motivated and
capable Store Manager to join us in our
growing Phillip Island store. The job is a great
mix of determining the product mix, level of
stock, service standard, setting the price,
budgeting promote and advertise service,
management, and all other aspects of retail,
in a relaxed and fun work environment with
every chance of advancement.
Skills and Experience
• Relevant qualification at Diploma or above
level, or at least three years’ experience in
• Past management or experience in
telecommunication area is desirable
• The ability to inspire, lead and manage a
• Desire to challenge yourself to achieve
company and personal objectives
• Interest and knowledge in
telecommunication and smart devices
repairing is a great advantage
• Great customer service skills
• Ability to listen intently and act on detailed
• Hard working and results focused
Great opportunities for progression and
development. Friendly team culture and
How to Apply
Please apply for this role directly
via email: email@example.com
Include your resume and covering letter.
Leongatha Healthcare is looking for
exceptional part time reception staff member
to join our team.
Only those with a genuine desire and ability
to work in a busy healthcare environment
• Proven customer service skills
• Excellent telephone manner
• Team player
• Availability over span of clinic hours
Monday - Saturday
Please forward your current resume with
a short covering letter motivating your
interest to: The Practice Manager,
Private Bag 10, Leongatha, 3953 or email
Applications close Thursday, February 22
Bus Drivers wanted
South Coast Bus are seeking experienced HR
Drivers for regular casual work. The position
will be covering school runs, camp transfers
and general charter from our Cowes Depot
and suit someone with previous exposure
to driving heavy vehicles and who is flexible
around work hours and availability.
The successful applicants must have
experienced driving a heavy vehicle and
hold a HR license. They will be required to
obtain a passenger endorsement (drivers
certificate) and working with children check
card if successful.
Please send your resume to
Brendan Hickman on email:
or post PO Box 946, Cowes, 3922
A position is available for a qualified steel
fabricator. Position involves:
• Structural and general fabrication
• Ability to interpret plans and drawings
• Decision making and problem solving
• Working in a team environment
• Ability to work unsupervised
• Shop and site works / installations
Resume can be submitted to:
PO Box 138, Korumburra, 3950
or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information call 5655 2382
Complete jobs listing online:
EACH year job searches surge in January
and February, and with approximately 50 per
cent of Australian workers considering a new
job each year, there’s no doubt that careers are
top-of-mind for many employees right now.
For life and career strategist Bella Zanesco
however, this number doesn’t even scratch the
surface of how dissatisfied Australians are with
their jobs and career.
“For five years I have been coaching people
who are unsure about what to do next in their
careers and want brutally honest advice from
someone who has been where they are with as
much as stake as they have,” Bella said.
“I spent two years conducting research for my
debut book Smart Girls Screw Up Too – a no -
nonsense guide to creating the life you want and
found that work related issues were one of the
main causes as to why Australian women are
feeling so uninspired.
“In fact, six in 10 would choose a different ca-
reer if they had the courage to start over, seven
in 10 don’t pursue what they really desire be-
cause of the money, and a whopping 50 per cent
have a mental health issue relating to their work.
“These statistics highlight how essential it is
for Australians to fall back in love with their
jobs, both for their own health as well as the
To help improve your wellbeing at work, Bella
offers her expert advice:
1. Understand that there’s nothing wrong
with staying for the money.
If the money you earn in your job gives you
the freedom to do what you want outside of
work then there’s no shame in staying in your
job for the financial stability. However, if your
position makes you a slave to your company
and you aren’t feeling appreciated or you’re suf-
fering a mental health condition relating to your
work, then it’s not worth staying.
2. If you are considering quitting, write a list.
Write down five things you love and five things
you don’t about your job. Once you’ve got that
down you can decide whether you need to
have an honest conversation with your boss or
whether you need to look for new opportuni-
3. Be strict about work-life balance.
It’s important to set boundaries in the first
100 days of a new job, and then stick to them.
Whether it’s leaving on time every day, or not
checking emails after-hours, it’s crucial that
you value yourself and your personal time.
4. Don’t quit on a whim.
Under certain circumstances, if you’re being
bullied for example, or if there’s a toxic culture,
it’s absolutely okay to quit – but if you’re bum-
bling along in your job and things are okay, use
the time to work out what’s next before making
the move. Why? Because leaving without a plan
can send anyone into a downward spiral.
5. Understand what running your own busi-
ness entails before you commit.
Often when people quit their daily grind, they
venture off with the dream of starting a suc-
cessful business from scratch. If this is what
you want you absolutely can, but first you need
to be honest with yourself. If you’re thinking
about starting your own company, before you
quit your job, register a business name, write
a business plan, collaborate with someone or
pitch to an investor. It’s essential that you un-
derstand and be comfortable with what you’ll
need to do, before diving in head first. Dialling
back to four days a week and starting a side
hustle is a great way to test the waters.
“As daunting as this process can seem, it’s too
important not to commit to creating a career
“In time your wellbeing will improve across
all aspects of your life, and you’ll become part
of the 15 per cent of women who are truly hap-
py in themselves and with their life.”
How to fall back in
love with your job
MONDAY, February 5, was Helen Graham
day. There was a delicious lunch and a raffle
for a lovely hamper, the contents of which were
donated by club members.
In North/ South the winners were Dina Drury
and Richard Moss. Jean Barbour and Greg
Nicholson came second, followed by Anne and
Bruce Gibson in third position.
Husband and wife team, Shirley and Bob
Weaver took out first position for East/West, fol-
lowed by another husband and wife team, the
Stewart-Udens in second place. Hannah Martin
and Maureen Stiles finished third.
On Wednesday, February 7, winners for
North/South were Lorrie Read and Roger Walk-
er. Jean Barbour and Greg Nicholson came
second, and Deborah Anglim and Jack Kuiper
claimed third position.
First place for East/West went to Kaye Doug-
las and John Sutton. Graham Mckergow and
Richard Poole came second. Third place went
to Sylvia Ronchi and Don Stewart-Uden.
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