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Starting salary: $33,270 - $38,103
As an Administration Officer with the Community Probation Services
you will support a professional team that makes a real difference to the
You will deliver a range of administrative services from reception to
processing offender files. You'll also be involved in activities unique to the
Service such as liaising with the courts, lawyers, and other court agencies.
This busy team is looking for someone who has:
• Well developed written & verbal communication skills.
• Intermediate level use of the Microsoft Office suite.
• Effective organisation, planning and time management skills.
Our staff come from different backgrounds, cultures, education and
experience -- and together their purpose is to motivate offenders to
make positive changes in their lives.
We will give you the training and support you need to be part of our team
working together to make communities safer.
Vacancy Number CPSSR2063
Applications close Tuesday, 13 March 2012
At the Department of Corrections we are passionate about reducing
re-offending and keeping communities safe. With Corrections you'll be part
of a highly supportive team that manages offenders
in prison and in the community.
INDIAN Chef req for
Tandoor 30hrs pw 4774030
FAIRFAX Media is New Zealand's largest media
company. We publish 3 national, 9 daily and
over 50 community newspapers. We host an
impressive stable of lifestyle and specialist
magazines and have a comprehensive online
Fairfax offers comprehensive benefits including
medical insurance and superannuation. For
further information about your career with Fairfax
Fairfax Media is owned and operated by Fairfax
New Zealand Limited.
Communicating, Connecting and Innovating
Have you got flair?
Are you determined, creative,
excellent with detail and
Are you great with people and
If you can answer Yes to the
above, Wellingtons most read
community newspaper, The
Wellingtonian, would like to talk
to you about a position within our
small sales team.
A sales background is preferred,
but for the right person, we offer
on-the-job training. You just need
a "can-do" attitude, and a full,
clean driver's licence.
If this sounds like you, tell me
about your innovative think on
your feet ability.
Send a covering letter and cv to:
PO Box 3740
ALL Trade Services -
Qualified tradesmen avail.
Building, joinery, plaster-
ing, painting, plumbing.
Whatever the job we'll do
it. Prompt professional ser-
vice. Tel 567-4104.
long-term. Contact CQ Hotels
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Immediate Fixed Term Opportunity, Accommodation provided.
Tenix is a leading provider of end-to-end services to owners of electricity, gas, water
and other network and industrial assets across Australia and New Zealand. We design,
construct, operate, maintain and manage assets to deliver optimal results for owners
and their customers.
Due to an ever increasing workload we urgently require Fitter / Welders to join our team.
We have fixed term opportunities (approximately 3 months) in our Fabrication business
based in New Plymouth.
The people we are looking for must have:
• Time ser ved as a Fitter / Welder
• Experience in heavy plate and pipe fabrication
• ASME IX standard
• All positions TIG, Stick and Flux core
• Experience in large vessel fabrication
• Use of plate rollers and brake press
• Sub arc experience
In return we offer a competitive remuneration package, accommodation whilst in
New Plymouth and a great working environment.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who enjoys a challenge and variety in their
work. If you think you have what it takes please apply now.
To apply, please go to www.tenixcareers.co.nz
If you have any enquiries regarding this role please email email@example.com
PMP Distribution is one of NZ's most established
distribution companies and right now we need
reliable people to deliver advertising material
and / or newspapers into
letterboxes within your area.
This is an opportunity for you to work flexible hours
and to earn that extra money.
People of all ages 11 and over welcome to apply.
If you are interested in finding out more,
please contact me as advised below:
Jason Ph: 04 4776011
Thrifty: Wellington city councillor Andy Foster.
By REBECCA THOMSON
Wellington City Council s books will be open
to careful financial scrutiny if a planned
budget taskforce is established.
The council is this week expected to
approve a financial sustainability working
party to develop a long-term financial plan
for the city.
Western ward councillor Andy Foster
initiated the idea for a working party, which
would go through the council s budget in
He said the working party, comprised of
councillors and outside experts, would deter-
mine where savings could be made and what
service the council should and could afford to
Most people in our economy are hurting
to some degree and it s really important that
we demonstrate -- to ourselves and our com-
munity -- that we are delivering best possible
value for money, he said.
I m sure there are savings to be made. If
we can t find some savings in council, I
would be staggered.
Mr Foster the working party would look at
everything from community programmes it
funded to services, such as water and waste,
There are areas where we would look to
reduce demand for services. For services
such as pollution and rubbish, we can reduce
the cost and we ve been doing that to some
degree through the reduce, recycle, re-use
I hope we will explicitly weigh up compet-
ing discretionary demands and prioritise.
The council was facing major challenges,
notably liability for leaky buildings, increas-
ing investment in earthquake resilience, and
the replacement of water pipes laid shortly
after World War II.
Mr Foster said the taskforce would be an
opportunity for the council to think about
what it should be doing and how it could do
things more efficiently.
By law councils nationwide must complete
a 10-year budget -- a Long Term Plan -- in
Cricket test victory
Savio Concessio from Ngaio and Martin
Stowers from Kilbirnie are the winners
of our cricket giveaway.
Both correctly identified Stephen
Fleming as having made the most runs
for New Zealand in test cricket.
Fleming made 7171 runs.
Our winners each get a National
Bank pack of cricket gear that includes
a wooden beach cricket set, a cap, drink
bottle and UV band. Each prize pack is
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