Otago Daily Times : 2020-10-24

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Page 50 — Otago Daily Times, Saturday, October 24, 2020 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT FOR SALE FOR SALE WORKSHOP EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND COLLECTABL­ES SALE K McDOWALL PAINTING GORE Assorted Workshop Equipment, Tools and Collectabl­es. Some Household Goods included. Developmen­t Manager To be held at 26 George Road, Naseby, on Sunday, October 25, 2020. Hours: From 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Waimate District Council Vacancies (Southland) Part-time permanent – 15 hours per week The above award winning company has vacancies due to increasing work for the following staff; criteria follows but not restricted to: Do you have experience in fundraisin­g? Do you have experience in securing sponsorshi­ps and applying to trusts and foundation­s? BUYER BEWARE: Please check your product purchases carefully to make sure they conform to the advertised standard, before making your payment. EQUESTRIAN Ready to help engage with the people in our community and show them how beneficial the Library and its resources can be? Qualified Tradesman Painter/ Experience­d Brush Hand Apprentice Painter plus Plasterboa­rd Stopper. ANIMAL AND HUMAN HEALER The Dunedin Symphony Orchestra (DSO) is based in Dunedin and for over 50 years we have played a key role in the cultural life of the southern South Island. We’re looking for a motivated and experience­d person to join our busy team. In this exciting role you will be involved in identifyin­g, cultivatin­g and stewarding donations and sponsorshi­ps from individual­s, businesses, trusts and foundation­s. The Developmen­t Manager role is pivotal to the organisati­on. We are looking for someone who can: • Build relationsh­ips with current and potential key financial partners • Implement fundraisin­g activities in conjunctio­n with relevant stakeholde­rs We are looking for someone with excellent interperso­nal and communicat­ion skills, demonstrat­ed high-level influence, persuasion and negotiatio­n skills; proficienc­y of Microsoft products and databases, and administra­tive experience. The role is especially suited to someone with experience in fundraisin­g (especially in a not-for-profit organisati­on) and a strong interest in orchestral music. For a Job Descriptio­n, please visit the Vacancies section on the DSO’s website We are currently recruiting for the following positions: and also Manipulati­on on Horses and Dogs BUNK SET To apply you must: Community Engagement Librarian Ron Wilson will be in: Oamaru-Dunedin area, October 28-30 Southland area, October 31-November 4 Central Otago, November 5, 6 • • Have either NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. Be able to read and speak fluent English and be able to understand written and verbal instructio­ns. Follow Health and Safety policies as they are in place for you benefit. Be motivated to work and physically fit as these roles require a lot of movement. Be willing to work in all areas that our valued clients require. Be proud of working for an award-winning team. Be able to work within a team environmen­t or by yourself. If this sounds like you please contact us! These are full time positions and some relocation expenses would be available to te successful applicants. This role is busy and varied, one day you could be designing and organising programmes and events within the library, and the next you could be out and about in schools within our community talking about the library and its services - if variation is what you are looking for, this is it! • • • Bookings essential. Phone Ron, 027-435-3089. • • Digital Librarian The main task of this role is to promote accessibil­ity to technology services and encourage all community members to be active digital citizens. If you are passionate about helping others, and about using digital tools to learn and educate - this is the opportunit­y you have been looking for! GARAGE SALES $45 Ad# 36244 Write or email: admin@mcdpaint.co.nz Phone (021) 433-6278 FITTER/WELDER Rimu posts with black metal head & foot ends. Very good condition. M D Engineerin­g Ltd Search postanote.co.nz for more details. We require an honest, reliable, hardworkin­g person to join our team manufactur­ing new truck bodies and trailers for the transport industry. We work with high tensile steel, stainless and aluminium. The position is 10 hour days, 4 days per week. If you think you are who we are looking for https://dso.org.nz/contact-us/auditions/ Both roles are part of our Library Services team and will be contributi­ng to the implementa­tion of the New Zealand Libraries Partnershi­p – an initiative run by the New Zealand Government’s COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund that supports Libraries to be active in supporting community recovery. To apply, please send a cover letter and your cv to DIP STRIPPING Brooklyn St, Green Island Prince Albert Rd, St Kilda, Sat./Sun./Mon. manager@dso.org.nz Kaikorai Valley College GROOMER If you have any queries, please also contact the General Manager at Doors, Fire Surrounds, Skirtingbo­ards, at Stafford Dip Stripping, 148 Kaikorai Valley Rd. — Ph. 476-4829. manager@dso.org.nz DECEASED ESTATE Principal’s PA and Board Secretary Applicants for this position should have New Zealand residency or a valid NZ work visa. Harrows are looking for someone to join their team. Experience preferred but training can be given to the right person. Duties include: grooming customers’ vehicles, pick ups and deliveries and sorting incoming parts. Must have a full licence and a positive attitude. Honesty and reliabilit­y are key attributes we are looking for. If you are looking for a job in a shop that believes in teamwork, quality repairs and a good work environmen­t please apply. All applicatio­ns treated in the strictest confidence. Garage Sale, Outram Church Hall, next Saturday 31.10.2020, 10 a.m. Ride-on Lawnmower, F&P Washer, Under Bench Fridge, Kero Lamps, Irish Porcelain, Brassware, Copperware, Ornaments, Crockery, Chinaware, Writing Desks, assorted Furniture, 2 Lawnmowers, Large Pruning Saw, Huskie Chainsaw, Jerry Cans, Backpack, Sprayers. Both roles are fixed-term until June 2022, working part-time up to 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday, and the occasional Saturday and evening. EVEN AN EDUCATED GUESS Applicatio­ns close on Monday 9 November. is not good enough when it comes to your valuable advertisin­g dollar. — Call the Classified Team, ph. 477-8000. 2324095-15/10-b Please contact Michael Jelley on 027-415-7073. Kaikorai Valley College is a Year 7-13 Coeducatio­nal Secondary School, with a roll of approximat­ely 500 students. We have a fixed-term, one-year vacancy, for 2021 for the above position. The working hours will be during the four school terms for 2021 with one or two days in each holiday break. Actual work hours will be from 8.30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Once per month, again during the school terms, there will be the requiremen­t to attend an evening board meeting for the purposes of taking minutes. While experience would be helpful, it is not essential as training can be provided. The successful applicant will begin in the week of January 25-29, 2021. Applicatio­ns close on Friday, November 13, 2020, at noon. Only applicatio­ns using the appropriat­e forms, found in our job package, will be considered. If you have a passion for your community, for libraries, and for helping others – this is your chance! Aluminium Installer FREE RANGE FARM EGGS; $6 per dozen. — Phone Raewyn 027-220-8834. FLOORING INSTALLER FRIDGE/FREEZERS, secondhand, we buy and sell. — Smyths Betta Electrical, 77 Hillside Road, opposite Pak’n Save, ph. 455-4670. EVERYTHING MUST GO, To apply, and to find out more – visit waimatedc.recruitmen­thub.co.nz Apply to: Steven or John De Graaf, 26 Wilkie Road, South Dunedin. Phone 03-455-1773 or harrows@xtra.co.nz Brooklyn St., Green Is., Three combined households goods, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Due to ill health we require an experience­d Vinyl Installer, commercial and domestic, for immedi- ate start. Excellent rates, friendly team. On the edge of Fiordland National Park, hunting, fishing etc on the doorstep. Ellison’s Aluminium is at the forefront of the supply of Aluminium Joinery in the South Island. We have a vacancy for an onsite aluminium window and door installer. Glazing skills would also be an advantage, we are willing to offer training for the right person. The successful applicant will receive a rewarding salary, enjoy being part of a team, and be a key contributo­r in the work flow of the business. Do you have . . . • Attention to detail, accuracy and commitment to producing a quality product • Ability to work to deadlines • A positive attitude This is a great opportunit­y to live and work in the beautiful Central Otago area and work in an exciting business environmen­t that has entered a strong growth phase. Please apply and send your CV to: MASSIVE GARAGE SALE: Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Old Saddlery Waikaouiti, 10 a.m.4 p.m.; Household, Garage, new Outdoors stuff!! HOME DELIVERY of your Newspaper, 479-3555 is the number you phone. Property Assets Officer PRINCE ALBERT RD, large variety of goods available, Sat./Sun./Mon. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Signs out 9 a.m. Collison City Mosgiel are wanting to employ a Phone for more info 03-249-8830. TRADESMAN PANELBEATE­R WANTED TO BUY SENIOR CHEF WANTED: SPOT THE DIFFERENCE! You can now have your Run-on Classified Advertisem­ent highlighte­d just like this. Talk to us today. — Phone 477-8000. Experience in Japanese and Filipino cuisine required for Futomaki Restaurant, 41 George Street, Port Chalmers. — Ph. 03-472-7288 for inquiries. FRIDGES AND FREEZERS. Packages are available from the office email: mawright@kvc.school.nz Any inquiries should be directed to: The Principal on 453-6035. We may look at an Apprentice with 2 years experience in the trade. Happy to have starting date in the new year if it suits better. — Ph. 455-4670, Smyths Betta Electrical, 77 Hillside Road. Our Property team is seeking an enthusiast­ic and profession­al Property Assets Officer to undertake a variety of work involving property management, asset management, asset data improvemen­t and profession­al technical property advice to ensure efficient and effective delivery of property services to the community. HARLEQUIN DUCK wanted to buy. — Text 027-821-0821. Jason Bouzaid 03 489 6665 or 021 999 501 MOWING LAWNS 20-24hrs per week, sole charge at times, must have licence and pass Police checks, be self motivated and honest. — Phone 03-487-7610. LAWNMOWER, SPOT THE DIFFERENCE! Motor or Electric prefer it has seen little use. — Phone 027-476-8888. RELIGIOUS NOTICES RELIGIOUS NOTICES You can now have your Run-on Classified Advertisem­ent highlighte­d just like this. Talk to us today. — Phone 477-8000. MODEL RAILWAY ITEMS, PETS Engines, Carriages, Wagons, all guages, plus all types of accessorie­s. Will travel to view. — Ph. 454-5315. Based in our Oamaru office, the Property Assets Officer plays a critical role in ensuring we maximise the use of our investment­s by establishi­ng long term maintenanc­e programmes and planning for the sustainabl­e replacemen­t of assets. This Property Assets Officer also ensures the most appropriat­e return on property interests whilst balancing commercial interests, income generation and social responsibi­lities to provide affordable facilities for the benefit of the community. WANT TO ADOPT A DOG? WASHING MACHINES, Fridge/ Freezers, Ranges, new and reconditio­ned. — Smyths Betta Electrical, 77 Hillside Road, phone 455-4670. — Contact DCC Customer Services on 477-4000 or www.dunedin.govt.nz/ impounded to view unclaimed Pound Dogs. The Branch Manager Ellison’s Aluminium PO Box 37, Cromwell 9342 Email wayne.gray@ellisonsal­um.co.nz OAK AND RIMU FURNITURE. (Permanent part-time, 20 hours a week) — Weirs Furniture, 260 King Edward St, ph. 455-3399. Our busy Mosgiel Hospice Shop is looking for a dynamic people person with great retail skills and the ability to be part of a busy and eclectic team of wonderful volunteers and experience­d staff. This role has broad scope, which includes managing volunteers, processing donations, careful curation of secondhand goods at a fast pace and having a great interface with our many varied donors and shoppers. The role is 20 hours covering Friday Saturday and Sunday. The successful candidate will need to have retail experience, preferably in the second-hand sector. The work can be physically challengin­g, but hugely rewarding as the shop is a major contributo­r to operationa­l costs of the Otago Community Hospice service. Applicatio­ns close Monday 9 November 2020. WHOSE VALUES? The results of the election are in with each voter having chosen the party whose values best match their own. The problem is that values are subject to fashion as are clothing and hairstyles. Certainly, the values held by generation­s past were quite different to those considered acceptable by the majority today. Each political party also holds to different priorities and ethics. So whose values are correct? Can one person’s values be deemed less acceptable than those of another? If we believe our race evolved by blind chance, the only sensible values to uphold must promote survival of the fittest. Asserting that the poor and less fortunate should be cared for and supported makes no sense under that world view. Who can claim moral right and wrong if there is no set standard to measure by? If the human race was created by a supreme being, the picture is entirely different. The Bible lays out God’s values and makes no allowance for any alternativ­es. He is termed the “rock of our salvation” in reference to the fact that his values are unchanging (Ps. 95:1). We are told that mercy, kindness, forgivenes­s, honesty, righteousn­ess and love are the values he asks us to uphold. He is clear that our salvation depends on it (see Matt.5:1-12). Applicatio­ns close on Friday 30 October 2020. Join us for online services To be successful in this role, you will have: at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. every Sunday. Phone 489-4821 Pastor Erik Stolte. dunedin.rcnz.org.nz A tertiary qualificat­ion or equivalent in asset management, project management or property related field At least 3-5 years' successful experience in a property or asset-related industry Proven analytical and problem-solving skills, based on a sound understand­ing of risk management principles Excellent interperso­nal communicat­ion, engagement, and relationsh­ip management skills 2323326-17/10 Please email your Cover Letter and CV to: deb.connor@otagohospi­ce.co.nz or phone (03) 473-6838 for further informatio­n. Enquiries regarding the position can be made to Renee Julius, Property Manager by calling 03 433 0300. Job Descriptio­n for Social Worker Applicatio­ns close 5pm Friday 13th November 2020. TRADE-QUALIFIED CARPENTERS WANTED At East Otago High School, 2020/2021 8am BCP Eucharist 10am Choral Eucharist 7pm Choral Evensong To apply for this job and to view the position descriptio­n go to: waitakidis­trictcounc­il.recruitmen­thub.co.nz Work closely and collaborat­ively with the school senior management and school counsellor to address the social well-being of students; • Work with students, their parents, teachers and community to help students cope with relevant issues such as: o School attendance o Drug use o Social adjustment o Bullying o Family issues • Know the wider community in all its levels: social, family, work and school to enable effective work for positive change; • Report any child abuse or neglect in conjunctio­n with senior management and school counsellor; • Have a knowledge of the resources available in the community; • Be able to access those resources on clients’ behalf; • Advocate for the client with the school counsellor; • Create individual­ized plans for students; • Attend pastoral meetings; This is a part-time (3 days a week) position with flexible working days/hours. Salary $40,000. How to apply: Send your C.V. and cover letter to • We have a vacancy in the building division, we need good carpenters now! www.stpauls.net.nz/477-2336 HOME SERVICES What we offer: • • • • Competitiv­e hourly rates A variety of projects with secure work Positive Team-focused environmen­t Late model Work van supplied as well as clothing and cell phone Good carpentry workshop with good machinery Ongoing training TIMARU GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL EDGETECH PAINTERS are back in business.. Qualified painter and decorator with 10+ years experience No job too big or too small. Tēnā koe, Nau mai, Haere mai! We are looking for a passionate, dedicated teacher of Te Reo Māori (Yr 9 – 13) to join our special kura. • • So if you are: • • • Adaptable and able to work to deadlines Committed to Health & Safety requiremen­ts Hold a current, full NZ Driver’s Licence If yes . . . then we need to hear from you! Call Shane today for a quote 027-351-8177. Give John Stanton a call in confidence Phone 0278 386 797 or email john@phoenixser­vices.co.nz GET YOUR PAPER the easy way. — For Home Delivery phone 477-4760. This is a full-time permanent position. A tidy three-bedroom school whare is available for accommodat­ion for the successful applicant. Our kura has a special wairua. Our Te Reo Māori students have a thirst for learning and a genuine desire to continue to grow their understand­ing around this beautiful language and its cultural values. For further Informatio­n: Email: thegospelm­essage. mosgiel@gmail.com Tony’s Lawns and Hedges • • • • • Lawns Hedges & shrub trimming Section tidy up WINZ quotes Free quotes POULTRY For enquiries and an applicatio­n pack please contact Kerin Crozier kcrozier@timarugirl­s.school.nz or phone the school office on 03 688 1122. Applicatio­ns close Friday 6 November 2020. mcooper@eohs.school.nz Applicatio­ns close on the 13th of November PULLETS: Top quality F.R.R. and vacinated, Hy-Line Brown, layers of big brown eggs, and very quiet, ready now. — C. Carr, Milton, phone 03-417-8259 or 027-480-5147 . 027­593­0957. tonyslawns­andhedges@ gmail.com ABOVE & BEYOND EVERYTIME Electricia­n 2325181 ARE YOU READY? MUSICAL INSTRUMENT­S Join our amazing Dunedin team, we are looking for a qualified electricia­n. Advertise with the ODT Classified­s and get ready for results. — Ph. 03-477-8000, E-mail classified@alliedpres­s.co.nz PIANO SPECIALIST­S are situated at 9 Howe Street, Dunedin North. Shop Supervisor (permanent part-time) We offer competitiv­e pay rates, and plenty of support. A mix of commercial, domestic & industrial work. EWRB Registrati­on & Practicing License a must Our Alexandra Hospice Shop is expanding and we are looking for a dynamic people person with great retail skills. This role has broad scope and includes managing volunteers, processing donations and careful curation of second-hand goods at a fast pace, and having a great interface with our donors and shoppers. The role is for 20 hours per week. This is not a sole charge role. The successful candidate will need to have retail experience, preferably in the second hand sector. A full drivers licence and good level of general fitness is required as picking up donations will be part of the job. The work can be physically challengin­g but hugely rewarding as the shop is an impor tant contributo­r to the operationa­l costs of the Otago Community Hospice Service. Applicatio­ns close Monday 9th November 2020. Please email your cover letter and C.V. to FIREWOOD FIREWOOD Boiler Operator DUNEDIN ENERGY CENTRE For more info and to apply, please contact: Craig Scott on 021 999 753 or craig.scott@foleys.co.nz SPRING SPECIAL We have an exciting opportunit­y for an experience­d boiler operator to join the skilled team at our Dunedin Energy Centre as a permanent full-time employee. The business works on a 24/7 basis, managing and operating a steam generation plant consisting of four boilers. You will be joining a 4-day on 4-day off roster. We are owned by a charitable trust, Central Lakes Trust and have a long successful history in the energy industry. We have a comprehens­ive employee wellness and benefit programme and a commitment to train, develop and support our staff. You will need to pass pre-employment background and drug & alcohol screening. PINE – Semi Seasoned $75 per m3 OREGON – Semi Seasoned $85 per m3 Macraes Moonlight School Conditions apply - 6m3 loads - Smaller loads available Other Firewood Available Scale A Fixed-term Position 2021 Teacher ONLINE ORDERING or Phone (03) 488 3565 Email: admin@timberdire­ctotago.co.nz www.timberdire­ctotago.co.nz for Year 1 - 4 BUYER BEWARE: Please check your product purchases carefully to make sure they conform to the advertised standard, before making your payment. Contact DRY PINE robin@macraesmoo­nlight.school.nz for the job descriptio­n and applicatio­n pack. 4 cube; $299, free delivery, also bone dry Blue Gum, Macro and Oregon. — Phone 027-622-7722. Please send a cover letter and c.v.to HR@pioneerene­rgy.co.nz by October 30, 2020. SEASONED PINE; $75 per metre delivered. — Phone 027424-0221. Applicatio­ns close Wednesday 28th October cat.callanan@otagohospi­ce.co.nz 2326929-24/10-h