SITUATIONS VACANT AUCKLAND HOSPITAL BOARD. TRACTOR DRIVER For Parmall Tractor and Gang Mowers, Required for Cornwall Hospital grounds. Award wages and conditions. Personal or written application should be made to the Head Gardener, Green Lane Hospual. R. F. GALBRAITH. 2i Secretary. AUCKLAND HOSPITAL BOARD. Applications are invited for the position of SISTER for the Warkworth Cottage Hospital Warkworth. General and Maternity Certificates or Midwifery Certificate required. Salary according to scale, plus £10 per annum remote allowance; living in. ' Applications should be addressed to the Lady Superintendent. Auckland Hospital, Park Road. R. F. GALBRAITH, Secretary. . L 1 AUCKLAND HOSPITAL BOARD. Vacancies exist for the following:— SISTERS for the Cornwall Hospital. General Certificate required. Salary in accordance with experience. Living-in accommodation provided. NURSE AIDS for.the Cornwall Hospital. Salary in accordance with award. Livinß-in accommodation provided. SISTERS for the Green Lane Hospital. General Certificate required. Salary in accordance with experience. Living out. STAFF NURSES for the Green Lane Hospital. Salary, first year. £231 per annum: second year, £235 5/6 per annum. Living out. Personal or written applicntion for the above positions should be made to the acting-Lady Superintendent, Green Lane Hospital. Auckland. R. F. GALBRAITH, 2i Secretary. AUCKLAND HOSPITAL BOARD. Applications, addressed to the undersigned, and closing Noon on Monday, August 6, 1945, are invited from Qualified Medical Practitioners for the position of — MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT AT THE CORNWALL HOSPITAL. The appointment is whole-time. Commencing salary at the rate of £900 per annum, rising by two annual increment* of £50 to £1000 per annum, plus living-out allowance of £156 per annum. Applicants are required to possess administrative ability! and to furnish, full particulars as to a<?e, qualifications, experience, etc., with recent testimonials (copies only). Conditions of Appointment and forms of Application may be obtained from the office of the Board, Kitchener St., Auckland, C.I. R. F. GALBRAITH, Secretary. J2l AUOKLAND HOSPITAL BOARD. Applications, addressed to the undersigned, and closing at Noon on Monday, September 17, 1945, are invited from Registered Medical Practitioners for two appointment* at SENIOR RADIOLOGISTS at the Board's Institutions, at commencing salaries of £1000 per annum, rising by two annual increments of £100 to £1200 per annum, living out. Applicants must hold a Diploma in Radiology. The appointments are whole-time and are for Diagnostic Radiology only. The Board's Institutions include:— (1) The Auckland Hospital of 1000 beds (with a Director of Radiology and an Assistant Radiologist already appointed) (2) The Green Lane Hospital of 600 beds including a Chest Diseases Department. (3) The Mtddlemore Hospital of 300 beds. Including nn Orthopaedic Department. New X-Ray Departments are being opened in the two latter hospitals this year. Conditions and Memorandum of Appointment and Forms of Application may be had on application to the Secretary, Board Office, Kitchener St., Auckland. R. F. GALBRAITH, Secretary. 21 AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. APPOINTMENT VACANT. Applications are invited for the following appointment— CHAIR OF BOTANY. Salary will be £1075 per annum. Conditions of appointment are obtainable from the undersigned or from the Registrars of any of the New Zealand University Colleges. Applications close on October A. A. MUNN. Acting Registrar. 21 AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. APPOINTMENTS VACANT. Applications are invited for the following aP CHAIR e OF ECONOMICS.— Salary will be £ 1075 Pe SENIOR n LECTURESHIP IN ZOOLOGY.—SaIary will be £575-£625, plus £50 marriage allowance. SENIOR LECTURESHIP IN APPLIED PHYSICS.— Salary will be £575-£625, plus £50 marriage allowance. .„ . LECTURESHIP IN MUSlC—Salary will be £525-£575, plus £50 marriage allowance. Conditions of appointment are obtainable from the undersigned or from the Registrars of any of the New Zealand University Colleges. Applications for all above appointments close on October 1, except for the Senior Lectureship in Physics, which closes on September 1. A. A. MUNN, Acting Registrar. 21 JUNIORS! JUNIORS! JUNIORS! HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO BE TRAINED FOR NOT JUST A JOB, BUT A CAREER! You -will be expertly taught in our ' SCHOOL FOR CORSETIERE MACHINISTS to do each delicate operation thai this Interesting work requires. Good wages paid while learning. Lovely materials to handle. Up-to-date machinery for simple, quick working. A spotlessly clean, modern building, where your comfort and convenience are considered in every way. BERLEI (N.Z.). LTD., Corner Wellesley and Nelson Streets. SENIOR BURROUGHS OPERATOR. A large Retail Store invites applications from a SENIOR BURROUGHS OPERATOR who will eventually be capable of taking control of the Ledger Department. The successful applicant must be adaptable to learn new and improved systems, have a good knowledge of bookkeeping and be capable of ►controlling staff. A good commencing salary, with further increases, will be paid to the suitable person. Apply in first instance, enclosing copies of references, to B.G. 0522. Stab. 24 SHIFT ENGINEER OFFERED OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY. A large and nationally important Essential Industry has an opening for a Shift Engineer who holds a Marine 8.0. T. Certificate and is experienced on water tube boilers and steam turbines. Attractive salary and excellent working conditions are offered in a pleasant climate. Full particulars supplied on application.
Reply in first instance, stating manpower obligations and whether married or single, to " Engineer," C/O J. ILOTT, LTD., ADVERTISING. P.O. Box 991. Auckland. 24 INSTRUCTORS PAINTING,, CARPENTRY. Applications on Form P.S.C. 17a (obtainable at Main Post Offices), with copies only of testimonials, close August 3 with Secretary, P.S. Commissioner. Wellington, for following positions. Commencing salary in each case, £430 p.a., plus £13 c.0.1. bonus. The main qualifications are sound trade knowledge, ability to impart information and suitable personality. CARPENTRY INSTRUCTOR, AUCKLAND. Duties comprise tuition of ex-servicemen in theory and practice of building construction, but refresher course given to selected candidate before commencing , instructional duties. INSTRUCTORS IN (a) PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND GLAZING, (b) BRICKLAYING AND PLASTERING at the Rehabilitation Department's Trade Training Centre, Auckland. Selected candidates will be given every assistance to acquaint themselves with up-to-date methods of instruction before courses commence. Duties comprise tuition of ex-servicemen in theory tmd practice. 21 MANAGERESS FOR SHOE STORE, An excellent opportunity is offered, with exceptionally good prospects, as Manageress of the Branch Store of an old-established Auckland Shoe Firm. Applicants must be able to take complete control of buying and the general management of th 2 staff and store as the branch is conducted as an independent unit. Window dressing, book-keeping and financial control are, however, handled by the parent company. The store is situated in one of the busiest parts of Queen Street, and a good wage, plus bonus on results, offers an unusual opportunity fqr a competent young lady. Applications, stating age and qualifications, will be received with strict confidence, and must be addressed in the first instance to "Manageress," DORMER BECK ADVERTISING, LTD., P.O. Box 801, Auckland. 21 WANTED KNOWN GEORGE SETTLE, CHEMIST. 769. COLOMBO STREET. CHRISTCHURCH. Postal Address 3ox 531. Fully Qualified and Rsgistered. Also a Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand. 'ts ASTHMA — CATASBH HAY FEVER, REV. WARD'S KURANTJI TREATMENT. We are pleased to advise all sufferers that full supplies of Ward's famous Kuranui Treatment are available. You now have your own depot in Auckland. Procure your treatment immediately. Call or write to Boots the Chemists fN.Z.). Ltd.. 104. Queen Street or Eccles Pharmacy, Ltd., 171. Queen Street. Auckland. WARD TREATMENTS (N.Z.). LTD A.M.P Building. Wellington. rts LIVESTOCK FOR SALE GOAT, nanny; what offer?— Mark Cowan, Eastern Beach. x2l COB, 13}'; h; nda, 6 years; £15.—Phone 16-500. x2l PONY, Schoolboy's, very quiet; seen at week-end Phone Rogers, 65. Manurewa. :x2l JERSEY COW, 4th calf, guaranteed, will lead — Jones, opp. Brandon Rd., Gt. North Rd., Glrn Eden. . X 2i
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