OP­POR­TU­NITY OF THE WEEK

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The num­ber of Dubbo re­gion jobs be­ing ad­ver­tised this week on seek.com.au

Spinifex Re­cruit­ing is cur­rently seek­ing a full-time tem­po­rary IT As­sis­tant for a Gov­ern­ment or­gan­i­sa­tion based in Dubbo.

About the role:

z Im­me­di­ate start

z A pe­riod of 3 months with the op­por­tu­nity of the role to be on­go­ing for the right can­di­date

z The po­si­tion du­ties re­quire sup­port to the Man­ager to im­ple­ment, main­tain and re­view the or­gan­i­sa­tions In­for­ma­tion Tech­nol­ogy and In­for­ma­tion Man­age­ment Sys­tems to en­sure the or­gan­i­sa­tion is well placed to meet its strate­gic goals

To be suc­cess­ful for this po­si­tion it is z Rel­e­vant qual­i­fi­ca­tions in IT, and/or com­bi­na­tion of rel­e­vant train­ing and min­i­mum one year ex­pe­ri­ence, in­clud­ing any ex­pe­ri­ence in the fol­low­ing:

z Win­dows 10 and Mi­crosoft Of­fice 365 ap­pli­ca­tions

z Desk­top, Server and In­for­ma­tion Sys­tems sup­port

z Video con­fer­enc­ing and AV Sup­port

z Demon­strated abil­ity to de­liver ex­cep­tional cus­tomer ser­vice, prompt and timely ex­e­cu­tion of tasks, whilst deal­ing with com­pet­ing pri­or­i­ties

A full list of re­quired skills and more de­tails are at seek.com.au

Bev Fal­lon Where do you work?

I have worked for 24 years at the Breastscre­en cot­tage in the grounds of the Dubbo Base Hospi­tal What’s your job? I am a full time Re­cep­tion­ist at Dubbo Breastscre­en Best part of your job? Work­ing with a won­der­ful group of girls who have a com­mon goal – to en­cour­age women to at­tend for reg­u­lar two-yearly mam­mo­grams. The early de­tec­tion of breast can­cer is still the best way of re­duc­ing the num­ber of women dy­ing from the dis­ease.

If you could work a with a celebrity, who would it be and why? I

love work­ing with our lo­cal celebrity, Donna Fal­coner. She is an amaz­ingly in­spi­ra­tional woman who, since her own di­ag­no­sis, has com­mit­ted her life to spread­ing the word about early de­tec­tion of this dreaded dis­ease. Donna and her Groovy Booby Bus have al­ready trav­elled many hun­dreds of miles around Aus­tralia. Donna also set up Pink An­gels, a not-for-profit group who cares for and helps sup­port breast can­cer pa­tients in the Dubbo re­gion.

What’s some­thing you can’t live with­out? The love and sup­port of

my fam­ily and friends

When you were child, what did you want to grow up to be? I ini­tially

wanted to be a kinder­garten teacher, but by the mid­dle of high school I had de­cided that I was go­ing to be a nurse.

What’s the naugh­ti­est thing you did when you were a child?

When I was about eight years old, I found a ten shilling note one day on my way home from school. I didn’t tell any­one about it and spent the rest of the week buy­ing lol­lies from the shop across the road from school. Back then, that was a LOT of lol­lies! Most em­bar­rass­ing/funny mo­ment at work? It is very funny at work when clients com­ment to me that our lights look like “boobs”. I’m not sure whose idea the shape of the lights was when they were build­ing the cot­tage, but it was ob­vi­ously some­one with a sense of hu­mour. It has kept a lot of peo­ple amused over the years.

PHOTO: DUBBO PHOTO NEWS/ SOPHIA ROUSE

es­sen­tial that you pos­sess the fol­low­ing skills and at­tributes:

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