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Inspection and Objection REGISTRATION OF INTEREST Ministerial Appointment to the Board of Trustees of Te Wainui ā Rua School under a Proposed Alternative Constitution River Road RD 6, Rānana, Whanganui 4576 Te Wainui ā Rua School has an alternative constitution which allows for a Ministerial appointee to the Board of Trustees. Registrations of Interest are invited for the Ministerial appointment to the Board of Trustees governing Te Wainui ā Rua School situated in River Road, Rānana, Whanganui. Te Wainui ā Rua School is a decile 2, state primary school providing education for students in Years 1-8. The Board of Trustees is a Crown Entity. In its governance role, the Board is the employer of all school staff, sets the school’s overall direction and is future focused. The overriding focus and primary duty of effective trusteeship is the quality of education that each of the school’s students receives. Trustees need a balance of skills and experiences. The appointee needs to work well in a team, be able to put plans in place for the school’s future, have good communication skills, ask challenging questions and be willing to engage personally, on site, with the Te Wainui ā Rua community. A sound understanding of governance, management, financial and business matters, planning and reporting, and experience in managing people are also required skills. Knowledge of developing and maintaining relationships with Māori parents, whānau and community is highly desirable. The appointee will work with other selected and elected board members. For more information and an application package please contact Charles Quirk on ph 06 349 6314 or email charles.quirk@education.govt.nz. Application, with a copy of a current CV and completed eligibility attestation form, to The Returning Officer, Te Wainui ā Rua School, C/- Ministry of Education, Private Bag 3012, Whanganui 4540, by 5pm on 25 September 2015.

The Rating Information Database (RID) records all the information about properties necessary for the setting and assessment of rates. The Funding Impact Statement in the Draft Annual Plan (AP) 2019- 2020 once adopted, will be applied to the information in the RID to determine rates for the 2019/20 year. Pursuant to s.28 of the Local Government Rating Act 2002 (the Act), the RID for the Ruapehu District is currently available for inspection. The RID may be inspected during normal business hours at all Council service centres: • Taumarunui, 59-63 Huia Street • Ohakune, 37 Ayr Street • Raetihi, corner of Duncan and Seddon Streets Information on individual properties in the RID will be posted, faxed, or emailed (pdf format) to ratepayers upon request. Pursuant to s.29 of the Act, ratepayers may object to the completeness and correctness of the information in the RID. An objection form is available and ratepayers need to submit any objection to the RID with Council by Friday 14 June 2019. Objections received by this date that result in a correction to the RID may affect the 2019/20 rates set. Objections received after this date that result in a correction may not be applied until the following rating year (2020/21). If an owner wishes their name, postal address or both to be withheld from the RID, a written application pursuant to s.28C(2)(a) of the Act must be submitted to Council. Any queries on the Rating Information Database please call the Rates Team at Council on 07 895 8188 or 06 385 8364

Phone 06-385-8532. Email: ads@ruapehubulletin.co.nz

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Ohakune Events Charitable Trust AGM Kings Hotel, 3 Rimu St. Ohakune Wednesday 29 May at 6pm All welcome.

Nation’s Chocolate Éclair Shop opening for winter

FRIDAY 24 MAY See you then! Need an expert? See page 9.

situations vacant

situations vacant

PROJECT MANAGER, WAIOURU We are seeking an experienced and dynamic project manager who is results driven and thrives on challenges. What you will do This position, based at Waiouru Military Camp, will manage complex, multi-million dollar projects and has responsibility for project management and the delivery of identified infrastructure projects. The role has responsibility for the development of project plans and schedules, management of design, construction suppliers and project reporting through the life of the project until hand-over to BAU. Our Waiouru facilities include all camp buildings, barracks and associated infrastructure, housing and the 63,000 hectares of training area, situated in the beautiful Central Plateau in the Ruapehu region. It boasts outstanding scenery and outdoor experiences year round, from skiing in winter, mountain biking, hiking and much more. Within this role, while working alongside the Estate Delivery Manager, your strong interpersonal skills will see you confident in dealing with site business representatives, local NZDF FM Services contractor, commercial consultants and contractors and NZDF HQ personnel. Being staunchly methodical, you will manage projects and develop project documentation for infrastructure that is a key enabler of military capability and operations, and contributes to the expected transformation of the NZDF estate. What we need You will bring skills, knowledge and experience in : • Significant experience within construction project delivery and programme development including familiarisation with project management methodologies that are considered best practice e.g. PRINCE2. • Building design development process from concept through detailed design • Expert in stakeholder management with an acute sense of commercial acumen which is invaluable around the negotiation table. • Experience in infrastructure planning finding workable solutions to complex problems • Set and maintain a high standard of construction contract processes, quality assurance, as well as keeping up to date with all the relevant legislative requirements needed for the role. Who we are Defence Estate and Infrastructure develop, maintain and manage land, property and infrastructure assets in order to support NZDF military capabilities and all of government outcomes, through the Defence Estate Regeneration Programme. Defence Estate and Infrastructure is gearing up for major reinvestment and recapitalisation work over the coming years to 2030. To view the Position Description and to ‘Apply Online’, please visit www. defencecareers.mil.nz Applications close Sunday May 26 2019.

Planning & Despatch – Support Officer The opportunity (Tangiwai Sawmill) This new role, based within the Planning and Despatch team, is an excellent opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic individual who enjoys a combination of office based and hands-on practical work. Gain valuable on-job training and formal qualifications (unit standard based) whilst working within an experienced and knowledgeable team. Primarily a training role, the successful candidate will learn the planning, despatch and export functions to ably assist the team on an ongoing basis, provide leave cover and a potential succession strategy. About you • Demonstrates competence in the use of Microsoft Office and customised software solutions. • Physically fit, able and mentally alert, comfortable to undertake yard tasks. • Able to learn quickly and take instruction while maintaining attention to detail. • Is an exceptional team player with a ‘can do’ attitude. • Hold NCEA Level Two, preferably including English and Mathematics. • Has a strong health and safety focus and can work in an organised and disciplined way.

death notice McLAUGHLIN David Stuart Suddenly while mountain biking at Ohakune on Saturday 11th May 2019. Dearly loved husband of Kath, loved son of Pam and the late Bill, son-in-law of Barbara and the late Brian Lee-Jones, cherished brother and brother-inlaw of Peter and Robyn, Ann and Guy Boanas, Pip and Richard Lawrence, and David and Cathy LeeJones. Much loved and respected Uncle of Sarah, Kate and Thomas; Sam, Clare and George; Nic, Jamie and Becky; and Florence. A celebration of Dave’s life will be held at The Centre, Seddon Street Raetihi, on Friday 17th May 2019 at 2pm. In lieu of flowers a donation to St John would be appreciated and may be left at the service. All communications to McLaughlin/Lee-Jones c/o Bennetts Funeral services P O Box 211 Taihape 4742 “Keep flying high Dave” Bennetts Taihape Funeral Services 06 388 0452

raffle results

O H A K U N E KINDERGARTEN RAFFLE RESULTS: Ohakune would like to wish all our mums a special day and thank our community for their amazing support for our raffle. Winners are #243, #158, #69. Thank you; Utopia, TCB, Mountain Kebabs, About us National Army Museum, WPI is committed to ensuring a safe and healthy work environment. Powderhorn Chateau, EAT, The Cyprus Tree, As part of the selection process applicants will be required to pass Ohakune Electrical, an independently conducted pre-employment health and medical Ohakune Engineering, assessment which includes drug testing. New World Ohakune, Kim Young & Sons Vege Box, For further information including a position description, or to Barefoot & Beauty, PGG apply for this position, please email a letter of application and a Wrightsons, Placemakers, resume to jobs@wpi-international.co.nz Ohakune Automotive, Take Note Book Shop, Unichem Applications close at 9.00am, Wednesday, 22 May 2019. Pharmacy, The Mountain Rocks, Deadman Carrots, The Gym, Beck’s Baker Hair services and RAL. RUAPEHU BULLETIN 15 May 2019 • 11

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