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Phone Wonthaggi 5672 1888 or Korumburra 5655 1422
PROOF TO KATIE
Hog Deer Checking
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Expressions of interest are sought from
people interested in performing the role of a
Hog Deer Checking Station Operator on
behalf of the Game Management Authority
The Checking Station Operator will be based
at Port Welshpool, Gippsland for the months
of February to May 2017 and be required to
work every other week.
Training will be provided and daily work hours
will vary (expected to not exceed more than
five hours per day).
The Hog Deer Checking Station will process
and collect biological samples from Hog Deer
harvested on Snake Island.
The GMA is seeking expressions of interest
from people that can demonstrate the
l Basic deer biology
l Animal handling skills
l Customer service orientated
l Available to work flexible hours
For a confidential discussion regarding the
position, contract and payment rates, please
contact Mr Matt Salmon, Game Manager
Traralgon on 5172 2553.
Expressions of Interest addressing the
above skills can be emailed to:
Submissions close on Tuesday, January
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
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 and
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
and cover letter addressed to:
Peter Sheerin, Capeview Building Products
PO Box 115, Wonthaggi, 3995
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications
Friday, January 27, 2017.
Established in 1963, Schreurs & Sons is a
family owned and operated market garden.
We are currently looking for an experienced
Diesel Mechanic with 10+ years hands
on experience to manage our workshop
operations, who is willing to travel to Clyde
prior to the operations re-locating to Tarwin.
• Manage a diversified fleet of over 100
agricultural vehicles, trucks, tractors,
forklifts and machinery across multiple
• Co-ordinate the delivery of scheduled
services and daily breakdowns of all on
farm machinery and implements
• Manage a workshop team inclusive of
a qualified mechanic, apprentice and
• Manage and control stock within budget
• Supervision of staff, ensuring that they
are abiding by the OH&S, food safety and
Thursday January 26, 2017
For further information and to submit your
CV with Cover Letter, please e-mail
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Full time position for busy Wonthaggi
Applications in person to:
Wonthaggi Tyre Mart,
34 Inverloch Road, Wonthaggi.
Phone Justin 5672 4725.
PGL Camp Rumbug, Foster North one of Victoria’s leading residential camp providers are
looking for enthusiastic, friendly & positive staff for several positions.
Activity Instructing staff
Activity instructors required to deliver high quality adventure activities for young children and
adults. The position will initially commence as casual and hours are typically Monday – Friday
0830 - 1730 with the opportunity for PT or FT work.
Experience working in the outdoors is beneficial however not a requirement.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate high levels of customer service and work in a
Casual day and night catering assistants with the expectation of ongoing work during peak
times. Catering experience is beneficial but not a requirement.
Casual housekeeping positions typically Wednesday & Friday. Experience is desired but not a
The successful applicants must hold or be willing to obtain a valid Working with Children Check
& valid Police Check. A full training and induction package prior to commencing the role.
For more information or to apply email Aus-HR@PGLadventurecamps.com.au
Attention: Jack Weston
PGL Camp Rumbug 90 Dollar Woorarra West Road, Foster North, Vic, 3960
PGL Travel Pty Ltd. 29 163 637 796
ary School graduate Nicho-
las Mann is a little closer to
achieving his goal of making
it big in business thanks to a
$5000 Federation University
Australia Year 12 Scholarship.
Nicholas accepted the offer
to study a Bachelor of Busi-
ness at Federation University
and he will be among the first
students to study at FedUni’s
new Berwick campus when it
opens its doors in early 2017.
The high school captain has
left a lasting impression at his
Under his leadership, he re-
formed the school’s student
representative council that saw
an increase in student partici-
pation in school activities.
He also played drums in the
school band and is umpire
and assistant coach of the lo-
cal Hockey team.
His Federation University
Australia Year 12 Scholarship
means that he can now pre-
pare for his studies, rather
than to look for more part-
An essential expense for
Nicholas is the purchase of a
new computer which is nec-
essary as he lives with dys-
graphia, a disability affecting
his ability to handwrite notes.
He says the purchase of a
new computer is something he
is very much looking forward
“My current laptop is five
years old and is on its last legs.
It was a real challenge using it
during VCE. It couldn’t survive
the amount of study I can ex-
pect at FedUni,” Nicholas said.
“I’m so grateful to Federation
University Australia. I don’t
have to stress about finding
more money as I know have
the means and the time to buy
a computer that will cope with
the demands of my studies.”
Nicholas said the support of
FedUni staff is what made him
decide to study at the Berwick
campus and its proximity to
his home town of Korumburra.
“I attended a few open days
but FedUni’s Berwick campus
is close to home. The teachers
were so welcoming and under-
standing of my disability and
I like how the university pro-
vides a supportive model to
higher education, the teachers
want you to succeed.”
FedUni will provide 15
courses at the current Monash
University Berwick Campus
under a deal announced in
FedUni will progressively
move into the Berwick Cam-
pus and will take full control
of the site in 2018.
Nicholas Mann is looking forward to his studies at a uni-
versity close to home.
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