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Seeking enthusiastic, independent and friendly person
with excellent customer service skills and attention to
The ideal candidate will have:
• Retail and sales experience
• Strong computer and administration skills
• Initiative and common sense
• Ability to assist organisation of job scheduling
Please forward applications to:
Contact Gaby 0432 772 769
We are expanding our team and are looking for a highly
motivated person to provide reception and
administrative support. The role offers flexible work
hours starting from 10-15 hours per week over 2-3 days.
School hours available.
The ideal candidate will possess the following traits:
l Strong written and verbal communication skills
l Excellent computer skills
l Professional presentation
l Impeccable attention to detail
l Be a quick learner
l Positive attitude
l Customer service
l General administration duties
l Billing and debt collection
l Some bookkeeping and accounts management
l Conveyancing support
l Support for legal staff
Casual award wage applies.
Please send cover letter and resume to:
Applications close Friday, January 29, 2016.
Bass Coast Shire Council, 76 McBride Avenue, Wonthaggi VIC 3995 | DX 34903
Wonthaggi | PO Box 118, Wonthaggi VIC 3995 | 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or
(03) 5671 2211 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.basscoast.vic.gov.au
• Key leadership role
• Permanent full time
• Replacement position
• $86,721 - $96,934 plus super
Applications close on Sunday, 31 January 2016
For more information go to basscoast.vic.gov.au or
contact us on the numbers below.
Full Time Chef required
We are looking for a qualified
Chef de Partie/Sous Chef
We are looking for a qualified Chef who is motivated and
enthusiastic and importantly has a love for working with
We have a reputation for quality and consistency, so if
you think this is what you are looking for call.
Salary package plus paid overtime
Anthony on 5956 9520 or send your resume to:
Phillip Island based, family owned business is looking for
a truck driver for busy waste / recycling operation.
l Minimum licence requirement MR
l Experience in a fast paced environment
l Clean driving record
l Physically fit and able to sort waste
l This position includes manual handling
To apply please email application to
email@example.com including at least
two work referees. Or post your application
to PO Box 571, Cowes 3922.
We are seeking a person who is passionate about
producing good quality food and is an experienced all
rounder for our Visitor Centre Cafe.
Duties will include ordering, food preparation, cooking
and serving customers.
This is predominately a daytime position for an organised
team player who has the ability to work independently.
Please email applications to
or enquires on 5952 2710.
DeClutter & Organize
Need help sorting what to keep? What to throw out?
Selling, buying, moving, renting or just finishing touches
Sources products and services, arranges properties for
holidays, renovations or selling, organises offices,
houses, garages or cupboards!
Call Jane 0456 166 594
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would like to inform locals
and residents that on
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
at approx. 9pm there
will be a fireworks display.
We have been advised that animals,
cats and dogs may be distressed and
should be kept inside or secured.
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To place your ad
on this page
PHILLIP ISLAND & SAN REMO
Don't let a few gaps in your learning hold you
back any longer
2016 enrolment day
Wednesday, January 27, 11am - 1pm
English & Maths for Adults
(Certificate in General Education for Adults)
At Phillip Island Community
and Learning Centre
56-58 Church Street, Cowes
Maths: Wednesdays, 10am - 12noon
English: Wednesdays, 12.30pm - 3pm
Take your next step with us!
Call 5672 3115 for more information.
See www.basscoastadulted.org.au for Wonthaggi courses
Woolamai Picnic Races
Members of the Phillip Island Football Club made a day out of it on Satur-
day, taking a bus across to the Woolamai Picnic Races, and enjoying the day
together from one of the pavilions for hire.
Pictured between races and working out their next bets are from left, Carol
Hamilton, Jack Taylor, Andy Walton, Jake Weir, Chris Ross and Michael Dui-
ker. Young Brady Ross, wearing a balloon headpiece made by Pockets the
Clown, is also pictured. A jumping castle and face painting also kept the
These sensible young ladies found a shady tree at last Saturday’s Woolamai
Picnic Races from which to study the form guide.
They are Loz Lees, Tori-Lee Ryan, Casey Cleeland, Jessi Hunter, Steph
Krainer, Tessa Johnston, Maddy Taylor and Emma Wood.
Looking very glamorous in their race day outfits at Woolamai on the week-
end were Leah Formosa and Rachel Duggan.
It’s snow not sunshine
While her friends are surf-
ing at local beaches in searing
temperatures, local VCE grad-
uate Rebecca Dixon (pictured)
is making snowmen in the
UK, where she has been vis-
iting her sister Sarah for the
past three weeks for a well-
deserved break following her
hard work in Year 12.
Rebecca has been offered
a place at Monash University
(Clayton) to study Arts, and so
will be on a plane home soon.
She plans to study linguis-
tics as her major with a view
to undertaking a Master of
Speech Pathology in the fu-
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