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NORTHERN OUTLOOK, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012
We have an employment opportunity in our glass
department in Rangiora.
Are you an experienced autoglazier or someone
with skill to become one?
• The ability to work within a small team
• Have a current drivers licence
• Be honest and reliable
• The ability to work efficiently
• Take pride in your work
Please call Mike Chapman
313 8186 or 0274 507 545
Smith & Smith Glass
We have a position available for a qualified
They need to have:
• The ability to work unsupervised in a
• Good English and maths
• Good communication skills
• Diagnostic abilities
• WOF Authority
The ability to work on and repair a wide range of
vehicles. Experience on BMW or VW, Audi would
be a bonus, but not a pre requisite.
We have a very dedicated team, that prides
themselves on their work and customer
satisfaction is of utmost importance.
Please apply in your own handwriting to:
Autotech Services Limited
PO Box 208
Coordinator needed for
community based non profit
organisation. Initially 30
hours looking to expand to
40 hours over time. Some
nights and weekend work.
organizing and planning
skills. Exciting role for the
right person. Call Tony at
NCES (03) 310-7285 or
To join friendly team. Must
be able to work weekends
as per roster.
Contact Louise on (021)
165-3983 or email:
215 High Street
Phone 311 8900
24 Sewell Street
Phone 375 5009
34 Main Street
Phone 311 9005
The library's collection of free-to-borrow ebooks
is growing -- check out the link on our website
to browse the selection and for information on
If you would like some help getting to know your
ebook reader, or would like to see some in action,
drop in to the Rangiora Library, Tuesday or Thursday
Come and listen to our speakers, ask questions and
have a chat.
When: Tuesday 25 September 2012
Time: 9.15am until 11.30am
Where: Rangiora Baptist Church Youth Hall,
111 East Belt, Rangiora
Our guest speakers are:
9.30am Greer Smit -- Can Breathe (Asthma
Respiratory Nurse Educator
10.00am Sophie Vabulis -- Sport Canterbury
10.30am Bryon Cope -- Depression Support
Gold coin donation to Rangiora Baptist Church
More info Sarah Lodge 021 567 544
KRA provides support and information
for earthquake affected residents.
If you're interested in being part of influencing the future
development and direction of Kaiapoi and supporting earthquake
affected residents, please join us at the next Kaiapoi Residents
Association meeting and AGM on Tuesday 25 September in the
staff room at Kaiapoi Borough School at 7.30pm.
Chairman Kaiapoi Residents Association.
Take a breather at the
5.45pm for 6pm on Thursday 27 September
Free one-hour 'Art of Living' course at the Rangiora Library,
141 Percival Street.
Breathe your stress away and enjoy a better quality of life.
Places are limited so please call or email the Library to register
for this free session: ph (03) 311 8901 or firstname.lastname@example.org
They're working on the
Work on the extension of Woodend Community Centre begins
early this month (September).
The extension works will provide new meeting and conference
room spaces and upgraded changing, kitchen and storage
facilities. In addition the car park and external landscaping
will be upgraded.
We expect to complete the upgrade by April 2013.
During the construction period there will be times where
you will experience noise, vibrations and dust and from time
to time there will be heavy machinery on School Road. The
contractor will keep these to a minimum.
Working hours on the project are:
We apologise for any inconvenience the construction work
may cause to Woodend residents.
For any enquiries please call:
Duncan Roxborough or Lyn Petrie, phone
03 311 8900
Nominations are open for the Community Service Awards 2012 --
and Waimakariri District Council needs your help.
"We'd like to hear from anyone who has a neighbour, a colleague,
a friend or an acquaintance who deserves consideration for a
Community Service Award" says Mayor David Ayers.
"Often these are people who prefer to not be in the spotlight,
but who are champions in our community because of their years
of work behind the scenes.
"We're also looking for people who have done an exceptional
action -- a single act of bravery or significant effort that benefited
the people of the community around them.
"These people deser ve to be recognised for the great
contributions they make to our district."
People who have received royal or national honours for their
ser vice or actions are also eligible to be considered for a
Community Service Award.
Community Service Awards are presented every year, with this
year's ceremony being held on Wednesday 31 October.
Nomination forms are available from the Council's Ser vice
Centres and Libraries at Rangiora, Kaiapoi and Oxford, and on
the website www.waimakariri.govt.nz. Nominations close on
Monday 24 September 2012.
A murder that shocked
On Monday 1 October 2012 at
7.30pm the Rangiora Library is
hosting Peter Graham, author of
the recently acclaimed book So
Brilliantly Clever: Parker, Hulme
and the Murder that Shocked the
Numbers for this free event are
Bookings are available at
Rangiora Library on 03 311
The event is being organised by
the Friends of the Waimakariri
Copies of So Brilliantly Clever
will be available for purchase and
signing by Peter Graham.
The Waimakariri District Council is seeking to
appoint an Accounts Officer in the Finance
Department in Rangiora, North Canterbury.
The Waimakariri District offers a wide range of
recreational and lifestyle opportunities and is a
very desirable location, being less than 30
minutes drive from Christchurch.
This role involves administration of the Council's
job costing and internal invoicing systems. The
role also provides back up to the Council's payroll
Experience in a variety of accounting roles, good
people skills, well developed communication,
literacy and computer skills are essential. You will
have initiative and be a team player with a positive
attitude and be prepared to go the extra mile for
our customers. We invest in the wellbeing of our
staff and take seriously the happiness and
satisfaction our staff have in their work. Ongoing
training will be encouraged.
A competitive remuneration package will be
negotiated with the successful applicant.
For additional information about this position
please contact Paul Christensen, Finance Man-
ager on (03) 311 8951 or Michael Prisk, Human
Resources Co-ordinator, on (03) 311- 8902
You are invited to send your curriculum vitae with
covering letter and completed job application
form to :The Human Resources Administrator,
Waimakariri District Council, 215 High Street,
Private Bag 1005, Rangiora 7440 or email your
curriculum vitae, covering letter and completed
job application form to email@example.com
A job description for this position and an
application form are available by contacting
Customer Services, on 03 311 8900, or by
visiting our website www.waimakariri.govt.nz
Applications close: 5pm on
Friday 28 September 2012
The Council is an equal opportunities employer.
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