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Seniors care and lifestyle
provider Masonic Homes has
appointed Jane Pickering as
manager, Care Services SA.
Ms Pickering, who holds
a Master of Health
Administration and a Bachelor
of Nursing, has had a career in
both the public and private health care sectors.
A former executive director of Domiciliary Care SA and
director of Nursing at the Repatriation General Hospital,
and St Andrew’s Hospital, she has also worked in related
positions in New South Wales and Queensland.
Masonic Homes’ chief operating officer Geoff Tattersall
said: “Jane’s appointment completes the final stages of
the restructuring of our Operations Division – including
our Care Division, which we initiated to ensure we
had the very best people in place to meet the ongoing
challenges of this aged care sector.”
Masonic Homes Limited is a not for profit public
benevolent institution that has been a provider of seniors
care and lifestyle options in SA and the NT for nearly 50
Rosina Di Maria
Rosina Di Maria has returned
home from London to become a
Principal with architecture and
design studio Woods Bagot.
At the firm’s London Studio,
she was leading the European
In London she was lead
designer on a series of significant lifestyle and workplace
projects which include new Headquarters for HSBC and
Barclays Capital, both at Canary Wharf in Docklands; the
Eccleston Hotel; a new boutique hotel in Central London;
and a new HQ for a major global provider of state of the
art IT in St Petersburg.
Prior to moving to London, Rosina was a senior member
of the team that delivered the Award Winning City
Central Tower 1, Adelaide’s first 5 Star Green Star rated
Rosina is also a qualified Lighting Designer; her strong
design skills complement her strengths in project
leadership and client management ensuring the
successful delivery of projects.
In London, she was instrumental in cementing Woods
Bagot’s recognition as “Design Practice of the Year” in
the prestigious Mixology Awards 2010.
Gray Management Group
has expanded its Adelaide
office with the appointment
of two senior public relations
Joining this month is Marika
Lucas, of Sydney PR firm
STARR Public Relations,
and Kim Willmer, senior
communications advisor from
Marika has developed
campaigns for theatrical,
special entertainment events,
travel and tourism products
across Australia, New Zealand
and Asia Pacific.
Kim continues her professional PR commitments as
chairperson of Intercomm and as a state member of the
Public Relations Institute of Australia.
Continuing the business growth of GMG is the recent
promotion of Melissa Behn to the position of manager
– Public Relations; and Greg Kavanagh, formerly of
Jamshop, as manager – Marketing and Brand.
STUART PETROLEUM LTD
Iain MacDougall has been
named as acting chief executive
of SA-based Stuart Petroleum
Ltd following the resignation of
Tino Guglielmo, who has been
CEO since 2003 and managing
director since ’05.
Mr MacDougall, a mechanical
engineer, has served as Stuart’s production and
engineering manager since 2004.
Under Mr Guglielmo, Stuart went from being a single
field operator to having an interest in six productive
oilfields and continues to explore for oil and gas in South
Australia, the company said in a statement.
In other company news, John McRae has given up
the position of company secretary to focus on Stuart’s
wholly-owned Port Bonython Fuels.
Jarek Kopias, chief accountant since 2006, will become
TEA TREE GULLY COUNCIL
Former AAMI claims services
manager Anne Battams has
been appointed customer
relations manager at Tea Tree
The move completes the
recruitment process for a
restructure of the Council
management which included the appointment of four
new directors earlier this year.
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