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Full Time Building
An opportunity is available for a person to join
our integral team of building estimators,
administrators and designers, with onsite
The role includes:
l Placing of purchase orders
l Using Databuild software and Office 365
l Liaison with clients, suppliers &
l Approving invoices
l Quantity take offs from plans
l Facilitating work variations
l Assisting with building enquiries
This position will best suit a person who has:
l Familiarity with computers and
l Background in building or hardware, or
interest in building construction
l Good communication skills
l Likes to be accurate
l Interested in further development
This position will be of interest to a person
with building experience or a person with a
genuine interest to enter the building
industry. On site and off site training will be
provided. Maths and IT skills are important,
as are a strong problem-solving ability and
keen attention to detail. You'll also need to be
able to communicate well, verbally and in
writing, and be able to manage projects.
Remuneration will be reflective of
Apply in writing to: Keith Donohue,
PO Box 115, Wonthaggi, 3995 or email
Applications close Thursday, February
St Joseph’s School Wonthaggi
Officer - Finance
Part time fixed term
Maternity leave replacement
April 18, 2017 until January 28, 2018
Applications are invited from suitably
experienced persons for the part time fixed
term position of Education Support Officer
with a strong finance role. The successful
applicant will have finance experience and
relevant formal qualifications will be an
Applicants for this position should refer to
our applications process and relevant
documents required on our website
Applications close: 4pm, Tuesday,
February 28, 2017.
t 5671 3333 f 5671 3300
Casual position. Commencing March 2017
Bass Coast Health wishes to appoint an
experienced casual Chef.
The successful applicant will have Trade
Cook Qualications, substantial experience
in the Health industry and Current Food
The duties would include hands on food
production to ensure a high standard of
nutritional care and standardisation for
The successful application would need
to demonstrate skills in interpersonal
relationships and work as part of a team.
A working knowledge of the cook/chill
technology would be an advantage.
A current Police Check is required.
Queries should be directed to Shane McRae
telephone 5671 3360.
Applications including two referees should
be forwarded to Human Resources email:
Applications close 12noon
Friday, March 3, 2017.
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 email@example.com
Closing date for applications - Friday,
March 3, 2017.
Complete jobs listing online:
FEBRUARY’S meeting of the Tarwin Lower
Red Cross Unit was its first for the year.
Reports were given for the reginal meeting
held at Warragul and next meeting at Phillip
Island on March 14.
News items included:
• the Big Cake Bake raising $200.
• new member Pauline Hetherton opened
her house holding a Postie Fashion Day raising
$338 for Red Cross, it was a great day.
• December’s wonderful Christmas lunch
catered for by the Ripple Café at Tarwin Lower
with Penny Walter and Muriel Riley decorating
the tables creating a Christmas atmosphere.
Poems, jokes and stories were told during
lunch adding to the special day.
• Christmas hampers were drawn with the
Laurie family winning one and the other one
by a lady, Sharon from Melbourne who donat-
ed it to Salvo’s Child First in Leongatha which
was then donated to a young family - it was
• all monies have been forwarded to head-
• some members attended Australia Day at
The unit’s next money raising is for Red
Cross Callin in March. Entertainment for the
February meeting came from members telling
funny stories of happenings over the holidays
with their family which prompted plenty of
A great day was had followed by cuppa and
Tarwin Lower Red Cross
WEDNESDAY’S bridge (February 8) resulted
in a North/South win for Jean Barbour and Greg
Nicholson from Deborah Anglim and Jack Kuip-
er, second, with Sylvia Ronchi and Pam Thresher
East/West was won by Kaye Douglas and
Yvonne Mears from the Weavers-Shirley and Bob
- second, followed by Anne Speakman and Mari-
on Wellwood third.
The ERBA championship in Bairnsdale was a
great success and enjoyed by all.
Back to Bridge the next day and some of the
congress players showed their stamina by win-
ning at the club.
North/South was won by Shirley Stewart and
Sylvia Ronchi from Anne and Bruce Gibson with
Molly Downing and Roger Walker coming in third.
East/West winners were Hannah Martin and
Maureen Stiles. Second were Tom and Wendy
Spall and Kaye Douglas and Yvonne Mears third.
A reminder the AGM will be held next Monday
starting at 11.30am.
Some beginner lessons will start soon so if you
would like to learn this absorbing game, call the
club mobile on 0400 815 353 to register your in-
TIFFANY Joyce from Jumbunna recently
graduated from Latrobe University, Bun-
doora, with degrees in Law/International
Relations and Languages (Japanese). Tif-
fany attended Newhaven College. Her par-
ents are Wes and Trish.
KICKING off this year, the Southern
Business Women’s Network January
event saw an incredible 90 women turn
up to Manna Gum in Inverloch to learn
all about how to create an incredible cul-
ture in their business.
The guest speaker was locally born
and bred, Tristan White, whose business
has grown from a one-man operation to
more than a 100-person team that now
visits hundreds of thousands of seniors
in aged care homes, retirement villages
and private homes in five States of Aus-
From 2009 to 2015 The Physio Co,
Tristan’s business, featured in BRW’s
list of Australia’s 50 Best Places to Work,
achieving the top spot in 2014.
Tristan is “super-passionate” about
sharing what he has learned to help
others grow themselves and their busi-
He writes a blog, Culture is Everything,
which was listed as one of Australia’s 20
Best Business Blogs in 2011, 2013 and
“It was a great night with lots of key
learnings and takeaways for everyone,”
according to a spokesperson for the
At the event, Laura Sullivan announced
her resignation from the position of pres-
ident, due to work commitments in Mel-
bourne, and members heard that the po-
sition will be filled once again by Megan
Megan thanked Laura for everything
she put in to the committee and the net-
work in her time at the helm.
“Laura brought a wealth of knowledge
of boards and helped us to improve our
systems and operations, for which we are
so very grateful. She will be missed,” Me-
Megan is no stranger to the role, being
last year’s president, a position she has
held since August 2014.
In order to step up, Megan has resigned
her vice president position, which has
been filled by Gill Hardman of GJ Gard-
ner Homes, also no stranger to the role.
Megan and Gill have made a formi-
dable team over the past couple of years
and look forward to working together,
and with the current committee, again.
The February event for SBWN, held last
week, was a popular one for anyone look-
ing to learn more about networking; the
what, they why and the how.
The venue was Waratah Hills Vineyard
in Fish Creek and guest speakers were
the network’s very own Jeanette White
and Renae Littlejohn who both shared
their wealth of knowledge in how to con-
nect with people.
For more information about the net-
work, go to www.sbwn.com.au
inside out for SBWN
Speakers Renae Littlejohn of South Gippsland
Shire Council and Jeanette White of Wise Women
Ride shared some wonderful experiences to network
members at the The Waratah Hills Vineyard which
was a delightful venue featuring delicious food.
Southern Business Women’s Network president,
left, Laura Sullivan, handed over the reins to Megan
Vuillermin who again takes on the leadership role for
Among those attending the January meeting of the
Southern Business Women’s Network were Joan Li-
ley, Sandy Bucello and Dana Hughes.
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