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Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle www.mn.catholic.org.au
By TRACEY EDSTEIN
Idyllic Hunter Valley, NSW
Fantastic aged care leadership role
Blue ribbon salary package
Calvary Retirement Community Cessnock has a rich heritage and now an exciting
future. A new leadership team is being formed across Calvary Aged Care and
This executive opportunity will lead Calvary Retirement Community Cessnock through a
real evolution -- facilitating growth, development and site-wide change. You will embark
on the journey of your lifetime in this newly created leadership role.
As part of Little Company of Mary Health Care (LCM Health Care), a national Catholic
Health and Aged Care provider, Calvary Retirement Community Cessnock is the largest
provider of residential aged care services in the Hunter Region of NSW. An experienced
leader in Health or Aged Care, you will have a very large blank canvas to create a
service that is something quite spectacular.
Reporting to the National Director you will achieve significant operational outcomes for
this site and Aged Care and Retirement Services as a whole. You will lead clinical
governance, financial performance and people, learning and culture initiatives. You will
explore service development opportunities, including master planning of this 122 acre
site. Working alongside executive and national office colleagues you will align the
service with the mission and values of LCM Health Care, ensuring their heritage lives on
in a contemporary and sustainable way.
You will have tertiary qualifications in a management or health-related discipline, and
experience in the health and/or aged care space. You have a record of innovation and
background in continuous improvement in all that you do.
A fantastic salary package will be offered to the successful candidate.
Please contact PJ Maynard to discuss this opportunity on 02 8084 2681 or
0414 412 418, or email your application to email@example.com
The successful applicant will need to meet the requirements of a Criminal History Check
as per the Aged Care Act 1997.
Atraditional dance presented by four
young Vietnamese Sisters, gorgeously
clad in aqua, emerald, flame red
and pink, was a highlight of recent Jubilee
celebrations at St Benedict's Primary School,
Edgeworth. The Sisters are active in the
school and represent the new face of St
Benedict's, so different from the early days
when times were hard and Nissen huts were
To honour its name the school's motto,
adapted from the Benedictine maxim,
is "Pray together, work together". Various
aspects of the Jubilee Day demonstrated
that the motto was being lived, with
scripture, song and storytelling, reflection
and refreshments, prayers and principals
from the last fifty years.
Accomplished newsreaders from Year 6, one
wearing a blazer provided by NBN Television,
gave a wonderful presentation of the news
"Through the Decades", complemented by
images and music of the times.
Eighty year old Sr Cabrini Boyle RSJ, who
taught at St Benedict's as a young Sister,
reflected with grace and humour on the
early days. They were not easy days, but
she recalled them less in terms of difficulty
and more in terms of the practical help
and encouragement provided by so many
members of the community.
As part of the celebration, a photo of Sr
Cabrini accompanying children across the
road fifty years ago was recreated; same Sr
Cabrini, different children!
In 1962 Sr Cabrini escorted these St Benedict s children across the road (above).
In 2012, she is still assisting at Edgewor th. The Editor would love to hear from
any of the 62 children !
Huge 3 Bedroom Family Size Cottages
Air conditioned, three bedroom, self-contained cottages
only 10 minutes from Scone.
Renowned for some of the best Bass and
Golden Perch fishing in NSW or
water-ski on the pristine water in this most scenic lake.
Set on 22 private acres with barbecues located centrally to all cottages.
Explore all the Upper Hunter has to offer from the
amazing native animals to the many
different scenic drives including the beautiful Barrington Tops.
Address: Glenbawn Rd. Scone (Directly opposite entrance to Glenbawn Dam)
Phone: 02 6543 7752
Mention this magazine and
we will give you a FREE bottle of
'Tyrrells' Glenbawn wine.
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