Berry Street is undertaking a “State of Murrindindi’s Children report” which aims to collect and collate data on the health and wellbeing of children living in Murrindindi Shire.
As part of this initiative, two community forums (facilitated by Anne Leadbeater) have been planned for June. The aim of the forums is to reach a good understanding of the issues the community want covered in the report, including what specific data sets may be useful and to determine what data may be available from the community and from funded agencies.
See the attached flyer for more info including registration details.
Community Forum V2
Marysville: Monday, June 22nd, 2015
32-42 Murchison Street, Marysville
10.00am – 1.30pm (Lunch provided)
Yea: Wednesday, June 24th, 2015
Yea Council Chambers
The Semi Circle, Yea
12.00pm – 3.00pm (Lunch provided)
Please RVSP Sue at email@example.com by Tuesday 16th June, as to which forum you are attending and any dietary requirements.
Lower Hume PCP is currently looking for a Coordinator Integrated Health Promotion and Prevention.
Details can be found at http://lhpcp.org.au/contact-us/employment/
Rebecca (Bec) Murphy
Coordinator Health Promotion and Service Development
Lower Hume Primary Care Partnership
Locked Bag 1
SEYMOUR VIC 3661
03 5793 6331
0407 519 827
The Board of the Central Ranges LLEN is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer after the resignation of current CEO Boyd Maplestone.
The Board is seeking to fill an interim Chief Executive Officer role till 31st of January 2015, at which time the CEO role will be advertised for a period of time that reflects the length of future funding.
This is an exciting and dynamic role that required excellent strategic, analytical, management and communications skills.
The Central Ranges LLEN covers the Shires of Macedon Ranges, Mitchell and Murrindindi with its office based in Kilmore.
The Board has prepared a Chief Executive Officer Position Description, which requires applicants to provide a resume, cover letter and address the selection criteria by 5pm Thursday 4th of September.
Interviews will be conducted on Wednesday 10th of September.
For more information about the role please review the Position Description or contact Doreen Power, Chairperson, Central Ranges LLEN Inc. Contacts are available in Position Description.
The Central Ranges LLEN is seeking applications for the Macedon Ranges Partnership Broker position. We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced person with the ability: To broker sustainable partnerships between schools, industry, community, training providers and parents to ensure young people in the region have access to rewarding learning and employment pathways. Community Development skills and experience would be of benefit. An attractive salary with fully maintained organisational car and petrol including some private use. Applicants must respond to process outlined in the position description. For further information contact Boyd Maplestone.
Click here for: Macedon Ranges Partnership Broker Position Description
Applications close 9am Monday 7th April.
The Central Ranges Trade Training Centre Consortium is advertising an exciting new position – Trade Training Centre Manager!
If you would like to shape the future of student achievement for almost 3,000 students across the shires of Murrindindi, Mitchell, Strathbogie and Whittlesea, by ensuring the maintenance and development of key partnerships – this position could be for you!
This position is seeking a person who is self motivated has a high level of communication and interpersonal skills and a passion for working with education, training and industry professionals.
The position description for the Central Ranges Trade Training Centre Manager is located on the Broadford Secondary College website – under position vacant, with applications closing on March 9.
For more information download the position description or contact Jim Alsop of Broadford Secondary College on 03 5784 1200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Careers and Pathways (CAP) program offers school students the opportunity to engage in a Term based, two day a week, personal development, team building and pathways program. Students gain lots of certificates such as Food Handling, Construction, First Aid. This year it is being combining with the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Attend the Information session for Term 2 enrolments on March 20th, 6pm at 52 Station Street, Seymour or contact Marcus Cook at Berry Street for more information on 0357990039.