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Maritime Logistics Community News : Winter 2011
15 NAVY SUPPLY NEWSLETTER WINTER 2011 recently promoted WOCK Sean Phelan has joined as the Cook Category Manager and I congratulate and welcome him to the DNCM team. The Officer Steward Category currently has 269 people against a demand of 300, this is supplemented by 53 Seaman. The Officer Steward Category health continues to improve and I expect we will achieve numbers by the end of the year. Separation rates are now at 10%. WOSTD Sue D’arcy has posted to HMAS STIRLING. Sue was unwaveringly dedicated to improving the Officer Steward Category and I wish her all the best back in the West. The recently promoted WOSTD David Best has joined DNCM as the Officer Steward Category Manager. I also congratulate and welcome him to the DNCM team. Of particular note this year under the Navy Workforce Rebalancing Review 2030, the Supply Community in its entirety will be reviewed. This was a result of CNSAC direction to future proof the Supply Community workforce while continually seeking to improve the way in which we conduct our business. The Category Managers are challenging some of our current paradigms as they explore a range options for the future. I would ask all members of the Supply Community to share their ideas and thoughts with the Category Managers so we can move forward together. It is my opinion we will also explore the current range of work distribution and names used for our existing Categories as part of this review. On a final note, this will be my last Navy Supply Newsletter as I take my leave after 27 years in uniform. The Supply Community is made up of an outstanding group of people who provide an extraordinary service to their Navy and Country and is one I am very proud to have been apart. Your Supplier Of Defence Quality Marine Electrical Accessories Lighting Controls Junction Boxes Terminal Boxes Plug & Sockets and much, much more ... www.electropar.co .nz Navy Supply 10.indd 1 16/03/2011 3:48:05 p.m. Victoria – Head Office: 20-22 Macquarie Drive Thomastown Victoria 3074 Australia Tel: 61 3 9463 0817 Fax: 61 3 9465 8788 N.S .W. Office: Tel: 61 2 9844 5495 Fax: 61 2 9844 5478 FreeCall 1800 334 005 Web: www.jacmor.com.au E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org JAC 015 Thordon Bearings offer excellent wear life, reduced noise and low operating friction while providing a dependable, environmentally friendly alternative to the grease and oil lubricated bearings. The Mining, Sugar Cane, Marine, Sewage, Water Treatment, Paper Pulp and Forestry industries are just a few of the industries that have Thordon bearing applications. Over fifty years experience A wholly owned Australian Company Over fifty years experience A wholly owned Australian Company From left: CMDR Bruce Shearman, RAN; WOCK Sean Phelan; WOWTR Marc Henderson; WOSTD David Best and WOSN Gregory Hetzel.