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HERITAGE – TRADITION – INTEGRITY – PASSION – VISION
Distiller y Operator
Renmark, South Australia
Angove Family Winemakers is one of Australia’s largest and most respected family
owned and operated wineries. Angove Family Winemakers produces, packages and
markets the iconic St Agnes Brandy. The process of brandy production starts with
conversion of grape juice into raw spirit, otherwise known as distillation.
Located in Renmark, we are seeking a reliable, hardworking and motivated team
player to join our team for the 2017 Distillation Season. We anticipate commencing
distillation in early March and concluding in May.
The role will involve operating and monitoring our continuous pot stills. Boiler
Operator’s License is essential. Knowledge of and experience in distillation operations
and mechanical aptitude are desirable.
All applicants must be available to undertake shift work including afternoon shift and
Completed application forms & a current resume should be forwarded to:
HR & Safety Co-coordinator
Angove Family Winemakers
PO Box 12, Renmark SA 5341
Application forms are available from Angove Family Winemakers, Bookmark Avenue,
Renmark or by calling 08 8580 3149.
Applications close: Friday, 24th February 2017
Angove Family Winemakers is an equal opportunity employer
PERMANENT POSITION AVAILABLE
LAMS are seeking a Leading Hand Qualified
Mechanical Engineering Tradesperson.
The successful applicant will be responsible for the
Organisation of works including dealing with Customers
and Suppliers, they will be required to have a high level
of knowledge and experience in Site and Machine shop
management and works.
The successful applicant must have
Applicants with experience within the Water Industry
including the repairs and maintenance of pumps,
motors, gearboxes and other mechanical components
are encouraged to apply.
Remuneration of $28.00 - $30.00 per hour + Penalties
& Company Vehicle. Remuneration is dependent
upon the Successful Applicants Qualifications and
For further information or to submit your application
forward your resume to
Sarah Rothe at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close 3rd March 2017
Preferred but is not essential
· Experience within the Mechanical, Civil or
· Drivers licence
· National OH&S White Card
· Good organisational skills
· Be physically fit
· Be available to work overtime and out of the
· Truck licence
· Heavy vehicle licence
· High risk licence
· CV Crane licence
P. COSTI & SONS PTY LTD
for start 1st March 2017
Applicants must have the following;
• Degree in Mechincal Engineering
• Organisational Experience
• Managerial Experience
• Familiarity with MAF machinery
• Experience in primary produce sorting/
Please forward all resumes and
supporting documentation to:
P. Costi & Sons P/L
PO Box 1064
LOXTON SA 5333
Applications close 24th February 2017
The team at Laser Renmark are
looking for a new
Laser Plumbing & Electrical contractors require a
dynamic and confident person to join their rapidly
growing business in a full time capacity.
A high level of communication skills, customer
focus and computer knowledge is required.
The position consists of front counter, stock
control, scheduling of works, accounts and general
administration.The successful applicant will need
to work unsupervised within a team environment
be self driven and be trainable in their systems and
processes. There is a high level of responsibility
and leadership required for this position.
A flexible remuneration package is available.
Apply by Email
Post 177 Fourteenth St Renmark SA 5341
Closing date Friday March 3, 2017
An exciting opportunity has
become available for a
to join our multi award winning venue at
the Renmark club.
The Renmark club is looking for a passionate,
experienced, reliable and hardworking front of
house supervisor to ensure the smooth operation
of front of house operations at the Renmark club.
If you wish to apply or For a full job description
FRONT OF HOUSE
Pinyon Engineering are seeking a qualified Sheet
Metal Worker to join their dynamic, growing team.
This position requires a person who is reliable, shows
initiative, can think outside the box and is keen to
expand their knowledge in this field.
The successful applicant must have proven experience
in General Fabrication. Aluminium welding experience
is preferred but not essential as full on the job training
will be provided. A current driver’s licence is essential.
Please forward a current resume.
Including two current referees to:
‘Sheet Metal Worker’
144 16th Street
RENMARK SA 5341
Or email: email@example.com
Applications close: Monday 6th March
ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE TREATED WITH
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2 MECHANICS REQUIRED
Peers Motors in Pinnaroo SA is a busy and expanding
Repco Authorised Service Centre located on the Vic/
SA border. Pinnaroo is a bustling town adjacent to
National Parks, perfect for 4WD driving, 45mins to the
Murray River and 2 hours from Adelaide.
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Applicants must have experience across a wide range
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Exceptional salary available for the right person. For
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RIVERLAND residents have been warned to
brace for a summer power bill “shock”.
New iSelect research has revealed that almost
60 per cent of South Australian households are
concerned about their upcoming summer energy
bill, with 54 per cent saying the cost of energy
will affect how long they use the air conditioner
The Galaxy Research study, commissioned by
iSelect to assess the attitudes of Australian house-
holds towards energy suggests that over 40 per
cent of South Australian households plan to cut
back on spending to afford their summer energy
Entertainment and dining out are top of the
chopping block for South Australian households,
with 51 per cent planning to tighten their spend-
ing in those areas, while the research suggests
that over one in five even plan to cut back on
Laura Crowden, spokesperson for iSelect, said
with Riverland residents experiencing another hot
summer, it is likely many local households will
feel the heat when it comes to their energy bills at
the end of summer.
“Most Riverland residents are prepared for
large winter bills but during the warmer months,
keeping air-conditioners running around the
clock and the extra energy consumed by kids
at home during the school holidays using TVs
and computers can result in summer energy bill
shock,” she said.
“But if you simply use the air-conditioner a
bit less, you may be disappointed to discover that
your energy bill hasn’t decreased as much as you
had hoped when you receive it in the mail.
“This is because for most South Australian
households a large portion of your energy bill is
actually made up of network charges and other
variables not associated with usage.”
The survey also found that 66 per cent of
South Australian homes have been using blinds
and curtains this summer to keep their bills down,
but just 16 per cent are planning to review their
energy provider this summer in search of a better
“While reducing your energy use and address-
ing your household budget is important, the easi-
est way for Riverland residents to save money is
to make sure you are on the most cost-effective
plan to begin with,” Ms Crowden said.
“This is because tariff rates and pay-on-time
discounts can differ significantly from provider
to provider and even from plan to plan with the
Ms Crowden recommended locals speak with
an energy expert to find out what options are
available to ease bill pain both over the hottest
months and year round.
“There is no one size fits all solution to rising
energy prices and unfortunately there are thou-
sands of variables when it comes to selecting the
most cost effective energy plan or provider,” she
“We’ve all got better things to do with our time
than spend hours comparing energy plans. But
what can take days to decipher on your own can
often be resolved in a matter of minutes over the
phone with the right help, meaning you can cross
‘review your energy’ off your to-do list for 2017.”
WELL DONE: Member for Chaffey Tim
Whetstone with Barmera’s Mark Featherston,
who completed a 12-month traineeship in the
Chaffey Electorate Office recently and was
named runner-up in the Riverland and Mallee
Trainee of the Year award earlier this month.
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