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Reporting directly to the Chief Winemaker, this is a significant role within the
Company and is directly responsible for a large portfolio of wines for both domestic
and international customers.
Key responsibilities of this position include managing juice clarification, allocations
and blends, trade sample dispatch and maximising winemaking efficiency and
To be successful in this role, you will demonstrate experience and capability in
winemaking innovation and improvement with both warm and cool climate fruit.
You will possess excellent planning, logistical and communication skills and seek to
be part of a dynamic team that strives to continually improve wine quality,
efficiency and service. You will have a degree in Oenology, proven winemaking
experience and possess a passion for making high quality and value wines. You will
demonstrate behaviours aligned to our Company values; Accountability, Teamwork,
Continuous Improvement, Integrity and Respect.
Kingston Estate Wines is one of Australia's largest and most progressive
family-owned wine companies and vineyard owners, having achieved
award winning international recognition and success.
Based at our winery in the Riverland and reporting to the Human Resources
Manager, the position of Health and Safety Manager is responsible for providing
leadership, training and expertise on all Work Health Safety (WHS) matters.
Key responsibilities include supporting the Human Resources Manager to
continually improve and monitor the Company WHS Management System,
reviewing and developing WHS documentation, providing coaching and training
with WHS activities and implementing systems and processes at all levels of the
To be successful in this role, you will demonstrate a commitment to WHS along
with appropriate experience and training. You will thrive working in both a hands
on and administrative capacity. You will be proficient in the use of MS Office and
have a solid understanding of WHS legislation, WorkCover and common safety
management practices. You will demonstrate a high degree of self-motivation,
resourcefulness and initiative along with behaviours aligned to our Company
values; Accountability, Teamwork, Continuous Improvement, Integrity and Respect.
To apply please email your resume and covering letter to email@example.com or
apply via our website (click on the ‘Careers’ tab) by, Monday 12 June 2017
For all enquiries contact the Human Resources Coordinator, Kylie Aspery on 08 8583 0533.
Health and Safety Manager
MC Interstate Drivers
MC/HC Local Drivers
A Leading Riverland Family Owned
Has permanent or casual
For further details
Phone 8584 7431 or 0429 822 933
Fax resumes to 8584 7411
HERITAGE – TRADITION – INTEGRITY – PASSION – VISION
Vintage House Wine & Spirits is a national sales, marketing and distribution business
owned by the Angove family. Our comprehensive portfolio of premium Australian,
New Zealand and International brands provides a superior range of wine and spirits
to the licenced trade, both on and off premise.
Our portfolio includes wines from Angove Family Winemakers, Charles Cimicky,
Ferngrove, Killerby, Koonowla, Temple Bruer, Tulloch, Water Wheel, Wicks Estate,
Mount Riley, Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, Charles Pelletier, Estandon, Joel Gott,
Napa Cellars, Paladino, Quinta Do Pego and Villa Jolanda. There is also Blind Tiger
Organic Gin, the Glenfarclas range of Malt Whiskies, St Agnes Brandy and the
Stone’s range of Ginger Wines and Alcoholic Ginger Beers.
We are expanding our Renmark based Telesales operation and seek a passionate,
highly motivated sales professional to join our team. The successful applicant
will possess strong sales and communication skills, the ability to work in a team
environment, be goal orientated and enjoy working in a structured and strategic way.
Prior experience in telephone based sales would be an advantage.
The role offers the opportunity to work in a progressive and supportive team
environment. Whilst the role is permanent full time, we are in the enviable position of
being able to offer flexible working arrangements.
The primary responsibilities include:
We offer a competitive salary package, including an incentive program and product
Applications (resume and covering letter) should be forwarded to:
HR & Safety Coordinator
Angove Family Winemakers
PO Box 12, Renmark SA 5341
Applications close: Friday, 16 June 2017
Angove Family Winemakers is an equal opportunity employer
Developing and maintaining regular contact with an existing customer base in
various parts of Australia,
Conducting promotional drives and new product development,
Provide customers with details of current deals and offers,
Seek orders and follow up as required,
Work closely with the Customer Service Office to ensure effective order
processing for Telesales customers,
Maintain an energetic, enthusiastic and positive work environment,
Analyzing existing sales patterns and developing new strategies for expansion.
Project Fire Fighters
Fire and Flood Management Program
Parks and Regions
Various Statewide locations
Term Contract for up to 9 months,
September 2017- June 2018
$47,791 per annum (OPS1) JobsSA Vacancy no:
$50,815 to $55,003 per annum (OPS2) JobsSA
Vacancy no 2017- 20574
Project Fire fighters are primarily employed to
support DEWNR’s fire suppression and prescribed
burning operations. When not directly involved
in firefighting activities, the Project Fire fighter will
undertake a broad range of other fire prevention,
park management and training activities.
The Senior Project Firefighter will lead a small team to
undertake these activities. This involves working in a
wide range of outdoor activities in often demanding
and sometimes remote environments for extended
Enquiries to: The Recruitment Officer,
Fire Management Unit,
Ph: 08 8124 4833
To apply and for more information visit the Fire
firefighters – or by visiting the JobsSA page:
www.jobs.sa.gov.au and search by vacancy
Applications Close: 5 pm 28 June 2017
The South Australian Government is an Equal
Opportunity Employer and DEWNR’s senior
leadership team has a 50/50 gender balance.
DEWNR strongly encourages Aboriginal and/or Torres
Strait Islanders and people with a disability to apply.
Safety is a core value of the South Australian Public
DEWNR offers flexibility around where you work, the
amount of hours you work (including part-time), and
how your hours are scheduled. Please talk to us
about how we can make this position work for you.
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A exciting position has become available for a
GUEST SERVICES ATTENDANT
Full Time - Salary Position
RSA, RSG, Responsible Persons Badge
& Advanced Gaming are essential
Previous reception/admin experience preferred
knowledge in Microsoft Office suite
A passion for the hospitality industry and
providing excellence in customer service
Must be prepared to work over a 7 day roster,
over a variety of shifts
Please forward a cover letter and resume to;
Mark Wallace - firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: Friday 16th June
RENMARK recently farewelled beloved
community member Gil Stoneham, who passed
away April 8, aged 92.
Mr Stoneham was well known for his involve-
ment in the community, with his time and
effort seeing him awarded life membership of
the Returned Serviceman’s League (RSL), the
Renmark Garden Club and the Renmark Show
Gilbert Ernest Stoneham was born at
Yorketown on January 19, 1925, the first child of
Gilbert Theophilus and Myrtle Olive Stoneham
and the eldest sibling of Rhonda, Dulcie, Melva
and brother Walter.
‘Gilly’, as he was affectionately known, began
his education at Renmark Primary School when
he was six years old and he
attained his qualifying certifi-
cate at the end of year 7.
As was common, most
children did not go to high
school but entered trades and
Gilly did just that, working
for Renmark builder Eddie
During World War II,
Gilly joined the Royal Australian Air Force. He
was deployed to Papua New Guinea where he
worked on the ground loading aircraft, and in
planes supplying the ground forces with food
and supplies as a general hand.
In 1945 Gilly was stationed at Gawler, wait-
ing to be discharged from the Air Force after
the war, and met his future wife at a dance in
The chance meeting occurred when Gilly was
standing on the balcony looking at the dancing
below, when he accidentally dropped cigarette
ash onto a woman’s hair. He went to apologise
and so a relationship with Gladys Ruby Pfeiffer
When he was 22, Gilly married Gladys in
1947 at the Greenock Lutheran Church. They
began their married life living with his parents
at Lancaster House on Pyap Street, Renmark,
before moving to Heading’s landing at Murtho
when their first child, Ruth, was 18 months old.
Gilly leased a fishing reach at Murtho Cliffs
and sent Murray cod, bream and callop to mar-
ket. With his kids nearing the age required to go
to school, the family moved back into Renmark.
During their time on the fishing reach, daugh-
ter Charmaine and son Grant were born, while
youngest daughter Maxine was born once they
had moved to Pyap Street.
Gilly returned to work for Mr Hage and – a
along with his brother and his dad – was part of
the construction of many major buildings such
as the Renmark Hotel, The Renmark Institute,
the hospital, and many homes across town.
Gilly left the building trade when he was 55
to grow carnations and flowers for the florist
industry and Gladys set up a florist business at
the rear of their house.
He grew roses, carnations, chrysanthemums,
stocks, irises and gladioli on the properties, sell-
ing them to florists throughout the state.
Gilly’s interests included playing violin in
dance bands in Renmark with Mary Robinson,
Bill Porter, Ted Smythe and John Kerrison when
he was a young man.
His other interests included playing violin
with Colin Lindner for church services at the
Renmark Lutheran Church.
Gilly loved fishing, giving vegetables and
flowers to family and friends, raising chickens
and turkeys and helping many people with their
houses using his building and tiling skills.
He was always welcoming, even to strangers,
with “How are you going you silly old bugger?”
and he inspired people with his generosity.
Gilly was generous to a fault, giving anyone
who asked a hand, loaning money and equip-
ment (including tractors) to people when they
were really down and never expecting anything
Though he loved to flutter on the pokies and
the lotto, Gilly was not a financially rich man,
but had a natural wealth of humour, compassion
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