Hello everybody. Well we have had some very hot days and i find it upsetting to see dogs in cars at the supermarket with just a little bit of window open.When a dog is hot they will pant and this is to regulate the breathing,sometimes it works but if it doesnt pour some cold water along the back of there spine. A little bit of window wound down will still make your dog very hot and stressed and that is because dogs only have 2 places with pores that breath,that is there paws and nose,unlike humans who have pores all over ,so leave your dog at home because they will be more comfortable and dont forget to leave fresh water out and if having a barbecue dont give you pets hot food off the barbie,let it cool first.
We are seeking a caretaker for 40 hours per week, to assist with general building and minor repair work; grounds maintenance/rubbish disposal; security checks; and school heating maintenance. Various additional tasks as required. This will suit a self-motivated person with initiative. A background in building and/or trades may be an advantage.
Please apply by email with a brief covering letter, CV, and the school’s application form, to the Principal: Glendak@rangeview.school.nz.
Applications close midday on Friday 28 January, 2022. Start by negotiation.
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St Heliers Centre are looking for a Lead Educator/Facilitator to lead our St Heliers Out of School Care Programmes and team.
This part-time role (30 hours) is based at the Glendowie Community Centre. If you are passionate about working with children and enhancing their learning and development this could be for you.
For further information or a full job description please contact Gillian Gibson HR Adviser for St Heliers Presbyterian Church and Community Centre at email@example.com or phone us for a chat 5756098. (Jill)
Applications to be submitted via the Seek.