Diverse workplaces across regional Victoria
Connect50 is an exciting new initiative for employers across the Latrobe Valley, Ballarat, Bendigo and Geelong to engage talented university and TAFE students with disability through paid internships. This is a unique opportunity to build disability confidence and capability across your business, tap into a talented pool of candidates with disability and realise the benefits of a more diverse workforce.
Australian Network on Disability (AND) is managing the project which is funded by the Victorian Government as part of its economic participation plan for people with disability 2018-2020. From beginning to end, AND will provide expertise and support to the employers and candidates to ensure positive, accessible, and inclusive experiences. The internships run for a minimum of 152 hours (4 weeks full time) during the Winter and Summer semester breaks. AND is looking for employers who are interested in expanding their talent pool by hosting an intern as part of this project.
To find out more please contact Emma Henningsen on 03 9629 2871 or email@example.com
GROW Gippsland encourages and supports inclusive employment practices, make the connection: www.growgippsland.com.au
Business Improvement Leader
Are you passionate about providing value to your clients through agile thinking and lean practices? We’re seeking an experienced management consultant with change management and facilitation experience.
Due to growth, an opportunity exists for a Business Improvement Leader to join a successful Traralgon-based consultancy who has built a strong reputation for building capability and driving successful transformations. Lean practitioners, they take a situational approach based on innovating key dimensions of their clients’ organisations. They develop tailored solutions that combine lean thinking, agile practices and visual management, aiming to create value by inspiring their clients to build capability to solve their own problems.
So if you are….
- an excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to develop and maintain client relationships;
- highly skilled in Microsoft Project with the ability to use Microsoft Office suite to an advanced level (experience with Power BI & SharePoint also desirable);
- experienced in business to business interactions in particular, confidentiality, budgeting, monitoring and reporting;
- willing to learn and progress in a growing business; and
- experienced in Project Management (preferred but not essential), then
then APPLY NOW via the link below:
Inspiration for Further Renewable Projects
Today a site visit to the State Coal Mine Wonthaggi demonstrated how their newly switched on solar panels/battery system were so beneficial. The cafe was busy, all sorts of stuff going on, and the panels were just resting in the sun and at 12.45 were producing 65kWh, and had already generated 235.55 kWh, with batteries fully charged. This month alone 4.84 MWh have been generated.
Lets use this as inspiration to discover more community projects, which together, community, business and goverment sectors are all welcome to attend the Renewable Energy Roadmap workshops. Starting this Friday.
Old Energy – New Energy Officially Switched On!
The Energy Innovation Co-Operative’s “Old Energy-New Energy” project (stage 2) situated at the State Coal Mine Wonthaggi has been officially launched by Victorian Energy Minister Lily D’Ambrosio. Local Bass MP Jordan Crugnale, Monash candidate Jessica O’Donnell, Bass Coast Deputy Mayor Cr Bruce Kent, South Gippsland Mayor Cr Don Hill & many councillors, Carol Blair from Bass Coast Community Foundation, plus Parks Vic and DELWP reps and lots of our Friends and supporters helped!
The Victorian government’s New Energy Jobs Fund grant enabled the Energy Innovation Co-op to install 91 kW of solar panels and 41 kWh battery storage.
The system was officially switched on, on the 3rd of May 2019.
The system will produce 127 MW clean power per annum. That’s an offset of 127 tonnes of CO2 annually, equivalent to taking 37 petrol cars off the road. It is more than the current annual consumption at the site (112MW.)
Income provided to Energy Innovation Co-op by the sale of electricity to Parks Victoria, will contribute towards the Southern CORE Fund. (Stage 1 of the broader project)
We will keep you updated!
Work My Own Way – Fully Funded Program Announcement
Work My Own Way program provides FREE business coaching to anyone from Gippsland who wants to start or is already operating their own business. Program also offers workshops and meetups for anyone who wants to become or already is self-employed.
Watch our Program Ambassador – Shaun Little, who operates a small window cleaning business in Sale, explaining what pushed him to start his own business and overcome life difficulties following the diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome.
DO YOU HAVE A BUSINESS IDEA BUT DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START? THEN THIS WORKSHOP IS FOR YOU!
This workshop will be hands-on and you’ll work with others in the group to explore and brainstorm your business idea. You’ll walk away with a short and snappy business plan so that you can know what next steps to take to get your business off the ground! Book Your Free Ticket Here
COME ALONG AND BE INSPIRED BY LOCAL GIPPSLANDERS WHO HAVE TURNED THEIR BUSINESS IDEA INTO SUCCESS!
Join us for our first Work My Own Way meetup, where we’ll be hearing from a panel of incredible local entrepreneurs about their business, how they got started and where they’re heading next. BOOK YOUR FREE TICKET HERE
We would appreciate if you could share to your networks 🙏
The Work My Own Way Program Team
Celebrate StartupGippsland’s startups at the Pitch Showcase on June 22nd!
Come and celebrate local startups at Startup Gippsland’s Pitch Showcase on June 22nd!
Connecting and collaboration for Aboriginal business owners
“Income is like a scoreboard in footy; it’s a reflection of how well your business is doing…”
GROW Gippsland held an Aboriginal Business Networking event in Sale on March 29th, combining the expertise of Kinaway Chamber of Commerce, Industry Capability Network and Gippsland Business Connect as platforms for connection and collaboration.
Aboriginal business owners and representatives from government, health, education, energy, technology, construction and mining, also heard from GROW Gippsland Compact Signatory Gary Mongta, owner of Monero Constructions.
Gary discussed his experience being an Aboriginal business owner, the gaps and challenges of creating a place for himself in the industry and the positivity he holds for the future of Aboriginal-owned businesses – stating persistence and pride are key.
Have your say on the future of your local business network
Tell us, and our local delivery partners, how Gippsland Business Connect is working for you by providing your feedback via this short 2 minute survey.
Expression of Interest – Baw Baw Women in Business
I am seeking women who would be interested in joining an informal professional network who work or own a business based in the Baw Baw Shire.
Please email me on kylie.Johnson@sadhana.com.au if are you interested in creating opportunities to connect with other local business women to exchange ideas, grow, learn, and build new relationships.
Casual OSHC Assistant- Mirboo North Primary School
Must be studying/working towards or have completed a Certificate/Diploma/ Bachelor in Early Childhood Education or
ACECQA approved Equivalent.
Must hold the following current certificates:
WWCC (E), CPR, First Aid, Asthma/Anaphylaxis. Must hold a current driver license with access to a reliable car. Also, be available at short notice (sometimes).
Please send your CV/Resume and availability to:
Ally De Bono firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information call 0448 345 362.
Applications close: Friday 31, May 2019