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Closing Date: 18th July 2014 by 5pm
Work Schedule: Full-Time / Permanent
Salena Estate Wines is a 15,000 tonne facility based at
Loxton in the Riverland of South Australia. We are currently
seeking applications to fill a Cellar supervisor position.
The job involves day to day management of a winery
cellar including the supervision of staff and liasing with
winemakers and packaging staff. The work is hands on and
the applicant should be able to work independently.
Practical knowledge and experience in a winery or related
environment would be an advantage, as would a Forklift
license and confined space training.
You will be responsible for;
Ensuring that all Company Standards in relation to Safety,
Quality & Environment are maintained.
Leading by example and demonstrating the companies’
Mentoring and supporting fellow workers to achieve
good people management outcomes and a
Ensuring optimal equipment and labour utilisation.
Effective planning and budgeting across Cellar Operations.
Effective Staff Performance Management.
Ideally you will have demonstrated leadership experience
in a similar role with a minimum of five years’ experience.
Certificate 5 in Cellar Operations
The position is located at Loxton in the Riverland,
remuneration will be negotiable for the right person in this
Applications to be emailed to;
or post to PO Box 2187, Berri SA 5343
Please phone (08) 8584 1333 for more information
96 Renmark Ave, Renmark
30-35 HRS PER WEEK
- Excellent customer service and phone manner
- Must be highly motivated to work both
unsupervised and as part of the team
- High level of organisation
- Punctual and well presented
- Excellent skills in MYOB and accounting
- Main job entering financial data and working
directly with accountant
Call Ian Warner for more info 0437 001 055
Applications can be hand delivered to Ian.
Applications close Friday 25th July, 2014
We are currently seeking a person to work as a Maintenance
Fitter within a local Riverland business. This business
specialises in fast paced production and is looking for
someone to fit into their current needs.
The successful applicant must have:
• Trade qualifications
• Experience with pneumatics
• The ability to work rotating shift work
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Flexibility surrounding working hours
The ideal applicant will have the following:
• Experience with breakdown maintenance
• Experience in production maintenance
• Ability to multi-task
• Ability to prioritise
If you wish to apply for this position, please send your
resume with two current work referees to
email@example.com or call 8582 0800.
Applications end COB Friday 18th July 2014
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday 23rd July, 7pm
at the Renmark Recreation Centre Foyer
All interested local and intertown junior and
senior players, coaches and volunteers
are urged to attend
All enquiries to Tegan via email on
to be held at the Berri Resort Hotel on
Sunday 20th July, 2014
All interested persons welcome to attend
President: Mick Trussell 0427 813 502
Secretary: Michelle Lueth 0409 329 721
The Murray Pioneer,
Email or fax the name
of your organisation, the
type of volunteer needed
and contact details to:
Fax: 8586 4333
and we will print your
Free of Charge!
CAN YOU HELP??
“T he Pines”
Loxton’s Historical House
& Garden management
welcome both men and
women to help in the
garden on Tuesday or
Morning tea supplied
on 0412 649 766
Are looking for a
Mental Health Recovery
Stephen 0407 977 662
or Eric 0400 809 437
St John Volunteers
looking for volunteers
across the Riverland, 8 +
male or female. First aid
or support , ie fundraising.
Contact Brian Forgan
0400 748 034
Berri Gum Tree
are looking for Volunteers
to assist at Monthly Discos
Contact Mrs Potts
Renmark Paringa Visitor
is looking for new
For more information
call the Visitor Centre
on 08 8586 6704.
Apex Club of Renmark
needs more new
members. Are you
between the ages of 18
and 45 and are interested
in meeting new people
and helping the Renmark
For more info please
contact Nigel Lloyd on
0427 010 059.
Are looking for new
Membership open to
anyone over 18, male or
For more details contact
Russell on 0423 050 732
are holding their
Annual General Meeting
on Monday 21st July, 2014
The AGM is to be held at the Berri Resort Hotel
and all members and interested players
are urged to attend.
All teams must have TWO Delegates attend
Any inquiries, please call 0427 096 955
BROWN’S WELL FOOTBALL CLUB INVITES YOU TO THEIR
SATURDAY 26TH JULY
BEGINNING AT 6:30 IN THE EVENING
AT THE BROWN’S WELL FOOTBALL CLUB (IN COMPLEX)
$50.00 PER PERSON; INCLUDES THREE COURSE MEAL
PREPARED BY PURPLE CARROT CATERING,
COMPLIMENTARY WINES AND ENTERTAINMENT FROM
LOCAL BAND ‘THE DOOR SNAKES’
THE EVENING WILL ALSO INCLUDE AN AUCTION
BUS TRANSPORTATION WILL BE AVAILABLE
TO MAKE A TABLE BOOKING PLEASE CONTACT
MEGAN WILKINSON ON M. 0400 207 219
A leading Riverland Transport
Has a vacancy for a
For further details
Phone 8586 4433
or fax resume to 8586 6620
Heavy vehicle experience
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