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A POSITION exists for a part time registered nurse to join the dedicated and professional team at Dougherty Villa in providing high quality care and services to its residents.

Dougherty Villa is a 54-bed residential aged care facility in Grafton and part of Clarence Village Ltd.

The not-for-profit organisation is in the process of planning a 20-bed high care extension in the near future to provide ageing in place.

Volunteers and residents at Dougherty Villa Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner
Volunteers and residents at Dougherty Villa Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan

Benefits of working for Dougherty Villa include:

  • Attractive wage and employment conditions
  • Salary packaging
  • Uniform and laundry allowances
  • Flexible working hours
  • A supportive and progressive work environment
  • Ongoing training and professional development opportunities


  • APHRA Registration
  • Current AFP check
  • Current First Aid
  • Demonstrated effective communication skills
  • Demonstrated Supervisory Experience


  • Experience in Aged Care

For more information please contact Linda Smith on (02) 6643 2377.


A CARER is required with immediate start to assist a male quadriplegic for outings in Maclean.

The support worker must have a drivers licence with good driving record. Police check compulsory.

Please phone 6646 4525.


UPA Rathgar Lodge at Ulmarra requires a casual Senior RN Aged Care possessing the relevant tertiary qualifications and proven relevant experience in nursing including a demonstrable understanding of ageing physiology and its clinical implications.

For full position details and application pack email or contact Sharon Balkin on (02) 6628 5559 for more information. Applications close November 2.

Rathgar Lodge renovation pics Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner
Rathgar Lodge renovation pics Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan


A CASUAL storeperson position is vacant in a local rural store in the Clarence Valley.

The successful applicant must have:

  • A forklift licence
  • Computer skills
  • Must be able to work Saturday mornings
  • Must be physically able
  • Experienced preferred  

Please reply with resume by email to


A FULL time excavator operator position is available in Grafton. The role is with DMC Earthmovers working on the Pacific Highway upgrade.

A FULL time excavator operator position is available in Grafton. Photo Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin.
A FULL time excavator operator position is available in Grafton. Photo Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin. Chris Ison

GPS knowledge an advantage. Only experienced operators need apply.

Please phone  0414 777 766 for more information


A FULL TIME position (38 hours per week) exists for a family development worker (SCHADS Level 4) in Grafton.

As a leader in the provision of services to support children families and communities on the Far North Coast of NSW since 2005, the Consortium of Neighbourhood Centres is looking for experienced staff to join its supportive and innovative team in the Brighter Futures program located in the Northern Rivers.

The Brighter Futures Program (CoNC) provides targeted support to vulnerable children and families from 0 - 8.

To be successful in this role you will need to hold relevant Tertiary qualifications and/or previous experience in Case Management and working with vulnerable families.

People from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.  

You will bring to the role a genuine commitment to providing excellent service, demonstrated experience, report writing, and a relevant qualification in welfare, community or allied health or relevant experience.

Applications close Friday, 11th November, 2016.

For an information package please contact For further information please contact Rachel McNaught via email


GRAFTON District Services Club is seeking full time staff to join its team Restaurant/Bistro/Café area of the venue.

Vacancies exist for the positions of 2 x Permanent Café (must have experience) and Restaurant Wait Staff. 

All applicants must include resume and copies of any relevant qualifications.  

The Grafton District Services Club. Photo: JoJo Newby/The Daily Examiner
The Grafton District Services Club. Photo: JoJo Newby/The Daily Examiner JoJo Newby

  Please email:


Or post:

Attn: Erin Brown

Grafton District Services Club Ltd.

PO Box 340




A CONTRACT job to deliver small phone books in the Yamba, Grafton, Maclean and Ulmarra areas is available.

Own vehicle is required. Immediate start.

Please phone 0418 994 956 or 0419 009 517.

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