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MARY MACKILLOP COLLEGE
The College is seeking a dedicated and committed staff to fulfil the
• Personal Assistant to the Principal (Full Time)
• Receptionist (Full Time/part time by negotiation)
for a College application form and further information.
Written applications including a current resume, with an
application form and three referees, should be emailed to
Applications close Monday 6th February, 2017
Plant Maintenance Fitter
An excellent opportunity exists for a Plant
Maintenance Fitter in our Quarry at Phillip
Trade qualified with background in plant
maintenance is required and knowledge in
quarry plants and Electrical D Licence are
desired, along with great attitude, strong
work ethic and excellent communication
skills. You must be reliable, punctual & self-
Applications close Friday, February 10,
Please send your resume and cover
letter to the General Manager,
PO Box 309, Wonthaggi, 3995 or email
Brick Delivery Driver
Ryans Bricks Leongatha has a position
available for a brick delivery driver.
The suitable applicant will deliver bricks,
blocks and landscaping products throughout
You will be able to communicate effectively
with trades and customers on-site to ensure
correct placement of product.
Must have HC and fork lift licences.
Please send your resume through to:
or : Melanie Ryan,
PO Box 128, Leongatha, 3953.
Required for hospitality business in Cowes,
15-20 hours per week. Additional position
optional with linked business, increasing job
Must be proficient with MYOB. This role
incorporates book-keeping, pay roll &
general office duties.
Please email your resume FAO
Shandy to: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROOF WITH COSTING
Quality Manager /
Enrolled Nurse - Aged Care
Ongoing, part time, 4 days per week
Contact: Mark Johnson Tel: 5667 5505
Ongoing, part time, 64 hours per fortnight
Fixed Term, 12 Months, 56 hours per
Contact: Brenda Satchwell Tel: 5667 5553
Further Information: The position
description located on our website at
www.gshs.com.au provides further details on
duties and responsibilities and sets out the
criteria against which suitable applicants will
Applications, including your resume and a
covering letter detailing how you meet the
criteria must be emailed no later thanclose of
business Friday, February 10, 2017 to
Vacancies @ Gippsland
Southern Health Service
t 5671 3333 f 5671 3300
District & Palliative Care
Long Service Leave Replacement 0.84 EFT
Commencing February 2017 to
August 27, 2017
Applications are invited from Grade 3
Registered Nurses interested in applying for
this LSL replacement position.
You will demonstrate:
• Well-developed clinical skills and palliative
• Ability to work autonomously as well as in
• Strong inter personal skills
• Minimum 3 years post-graduate experience
• Current driver ’s licence
For further information please contact Sheila
Korda on 5671 3157.
resume, covering letter that addresses the
Key Selection Criteria within the Position
Description and two professional referees,
should be addressed to Pat Grasby, HR
Ofcer – email: pat.grasby@basscoasthealth.
Applications close 12noon on Friday,
February 10, 2017.
For aged care facility required
We are currently looking for a 2nd Chef to
join our team at our site in Cowes, Phillip
Island, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
The right person for this position needs to
have a background in the Aged Care Industry.
You need to have a sound knowledge of
dietary supplements different food textures
as well as different diets. e.g Diabetic,
different allergies, fortified diets.
You will report directly to the Chef Manager.
The right person needs to have experience in
dealing with staff issues on a daily basis.
You need to be friendly and approachable at
all times as you will be dealing with residents
and client staff daily. Needs to be able to work
The right person will need to have a current
Food Handling Certificate and a sound
knowledge of HACCP.
A current police check will be required.
Catering Industries offer the opportunity for
training and development. If you feel you are
the right person please apply now.
Contact Kavinay Krishna,
Catering Manager - Vic
M: 0405 305 983
Sales Person /
Full time including Saturday mornings
We are seeking a well presented, self
motivated, trustworthy and reliable
employee to join the happy team in our
long established furniture business.
Frequent heavy lifting involved, must have
current driver's licence, sales experience
Send your resume including
Melbourne Furnishing Co,
119 Graham Street, Wonthaggi 3995.
Experienced Grader Operator required
Must be reliable and able to work
unsupervised. Position may include
weekend work. Attractive salary package.
Bssed in Tarwin Lower.
Contact Dave 0438 056 987.
Casual position in Cranbourne area.
Must have current manual driver’s licence.
Email resume to:
Complete jobs listing online:
GATHERING under the iconic whalebones
at the Wonthaggi Hotel, the last remain-
ing miners from Wonthaggi’s mining days
grouped together for a photoshoot.
The photo was organised by miner Wal-
ter Barber, who arrived in Wonthaggi from
Cheshire, England in 1949.
“I went straight into mine surveying, ” Wal-
The last group photograph was taken near-
ly eight years ago, but after the deaths of a
large number of the group, Walter was moti-
vated to corral everyone together again, for
the sake of prosperity.
“We’re trying to capture who is left. We’ve
gathered here today at the pub because the
whalebones are Wonthaggi, aren’t they?” Wal-
Amongst the number of miners gathered
for the photograph was 95 year old Italio
Crestani, who arrived in Wonthaggi from
Italy in 1951 to work in the mines.
During his time as a miner, Italio set a
record with another miner for the greatest
number of skips to be filled in one shift, set-
ting the bar high at 38.
The average amount was normally five
skips per shift.
Wonthaggi was the home of the State Coal
Mine from 1909 until 1968, and supplied
coal for the Victorian Railways.
The mine was one of the largest – and
dangerous – in Australia, and at its peak in
1926 the mine produced up to 2,435 tonnes
of coal per day.
In 1928, Wonthaggi coal accounted for
around 60 per cent of Victorian Railways
The mine now operates as a tourist attrac-
tion and historical monument, with under-
ground tours run daily.
The last of the original Wonthaggi miners gathered for a photo on Thursday, January 26.
Among the crowd is 95 year old Italio Crestani, who is the oldest surviving miner. ms160517
The last of the miners
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