Dianne Glass

Dianne Glass is a graphic designer with EES. She has 30 years of experience in a range of administrative positions with organisations such as La Trobe University, Melbourne University and West Gippsland Hospital. She also has experience as a typesetter at a local newspaper with particular expertise in computer graphics. Dianne has worked with EES for the past 14 years and is currently responsible for a wide range of tasks such as conversion of electronic documents to PDF and html formats, html programming for various websites, undertaking building shell simulations and a range of data analysis tasks. Dianne has extensive computer based skills such as desktop publishing experience and image editing skills and is responsible for managing EES’s electronic library and web site. Dianne has been responsible for typesetting and contract printing of a wide range of documents for E3 and continues to prepare all artwork for energy labels used in Australian Standards. She also provides administrative and project support as required.

Brief Employment History

1996 - present - Energy Efficient Strategies
Provides administrative support to consultants in the development, implementation and maintenance of various energy information programs. Including maintenance and updating spreadsheet models for energy forecasting and national register of appliances (Excel), compilation/printing of reports (Word, Acrobat & Paint Shop Pro), updating of data base (Access), designing of webpages (HTML, Editplus), conversion of documents to html, checking xhtml compliance, typesetting documents (Illustrator, Photoshop, Quark Express, Adobe In Design), management of contract printers.

1995 - 2000 - Warragul/Drouin Gazette (part time)
Computer Typesetter - Casual position involving the design and production of advertisements using Quark Express and Photoshop.

April 1992 - April 1993 - West Gippsland Hospital
Receptionist, Private Consulting Suites - Maternity relief position. Responsibilities included: preparation of clinics, reception & appointment bookings of patients.

May 1987 - Dec 1991 - Melbourne University, Dept of Psychiatry, Austin Hospital
Senior Secretary, Behavioural Medicine Unit - providing administrative/secretarial support to the Unit within the broad fields of research and teaching (Masters, PhD students) and the appointments of private patients; and
Administrative Officer to International Society of Hypnosis - responsible for the administrative functions of the Society. Main tasks included: responding to membership enquiries and correspondence; maintaining computer database of membership (approx 2500 members worldwide); editing/printing of Newsletter.

July 1981 - May 1987 - La Trobe University, School of Humanities
Sub-Dean's Secretary - Providing secretarial support to Sub-Dean; sole responsibility for the administration of mature-aged entry scheme; assisting in validation of enrolments; student enquiries and academic liaison. Additional duties included supervisor of word processing system (23 work stations, 40 users). Responsible for training of staff in the use of system; backing up information.

1978 - July 1981 - State Bank, Victoria: Word Processor /Administrative Assistant.