Our client is Sales & Marketing company based in Geelong. They execute face to face sales campaigns representing well-known Australian brands and icons.
One thing our client has found within their recruitment process, is you can teach someone about a product or an industry, however you can’t teach personality! Previously, people with hospitality experience have become an important source of new independent contractors for our client, as their second to none customer service and outgoing personality is exactly what our client admire.
Transferring your customer service skills to sales will come very easy, as your day to day would see you generating positive exposure by meeting and speaking with their target audience, building relationships and acquiring new customers.
You must possess the following:
Have existing experience in customer service/hospitality
Great communication skills
A genuine passion for dealing with people
Confidence and ability to build genuine rapport
Positive attitude and strong mentality
Obsessed with their core competency and always looking to progress their skills
Able to work in faced paced high-pressure environment and keep their cool
Have extremely high standards of work and self-discipline
You must also reflect our clients core values:
Positive Attitude, Honesty/Morals/Integrity, Strong Work Ethic, Self Motivation & a Willingness to Learn.
In return they offer:
Freedom, choice and flexibility around you and your lifestyle – hours available Monday - Saturday
Negotiable and Uncapped Commission scheme -Incentives on top!
Develop your sales and communication skills
Networking opportunities with successful entrepreneurs at quarterly conferences
Territory and travel available Australia wide
A smooth transition out of Hospitality!
Top 20% of shortlisted applicants will be contacted in the next 2-3 weeks.
Work from December 1st onwards ... We have a beautiful accommodation property just inland from Lorne - off the Great Ocean Road and wish to offer and exchange the possibility of basic work for lovely food and accommodation on our property. You would have your own private room and bathroom. Great opportunity for lovely couple or solo traveller. - family friendly atmosphere. We also have 2 staffy dogs and 50 Alpacas ! Mowing, whipper snipping, basic gardening and odd jobs. More work available in area if required. Great opportunity for the right people.
Newcomb Secondary College was established in 1969 and takes its name from the suburb named after Caroline Newcomb, one of the earliest settlers in the area. The four houses are also named after prominent citizens - Harrison, Drysdale, Curlewis and Wills. The College caters for about 460 students in Years 7 to 12 who come largely from Newcomb, Whittington, St Albans Park, East Geelong, South Geelong, Moolap, Leopold and the rural areas of the Bellarine Peninsula.
The College community believes that:
- a safe, secure, cooperative learning environment and good communication encourages students, staff and parents to feel valued in the College community. - upholding the right of every student to learn underpins effective teaching and a high quality education. - a stimulating and flexible curriculum challenges students to strive for success. - rewarding effort and success and encouraging leadership in students foster self esteem and pride in achievement. - supporting students, teachers and parents through an effective welfare/discipline and administrative structure will enhance College operations and encourage high expectations.
The Middle Years Program (Years 7 & 8) at Newcomb Secondary College provides a challenging and varied school experience based on key learning areas.
At Years 9 & 10, students must select a mix of compulsory and elective units from the areas of English, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Studies of Society and the Environment, Indonesian, Arts, Health and Physical Education and Information Technology. P-TECH commenced last year offering a technology pathway for year 10 students. This is a collaborative partnership between education and industry. It provides a pathway for students to gain a nationally accredited qualification alongside their regular in school education and workplace experience guided by a mentor from one of our industry partners. The opportunity to accelerate into VCE studies is facilitated through a careful process of informed decision making. At these year levels there are also strong relationships with the Gordon TAFE and Deakin University. The College runs an integrated activities program week providing opportunities to be involved in camps, cycling, surfing, and numerous school based activities.
The College offers several innovative programs. GROW (Getting Ready for the Outside World) to all Year 7 to 10’s, which includes teaching them “soft skills” to aid student employability. GROW also incorporates Skills Builder, a collaboration between Newcomb Secondary College and the Gordon TAFE to support the digital technology competencies of students in the 21st century. Aspire offers selected year 7 and 8 students to have their science curriculum delivered onsite at Deakin University.
Through a broad VCE program students are resourced to extend their academic success through VCE, VET in the VCE, VCAL and School Based Apprenticeships. A flexible Senior Years (10-12) timetable caters for students who wish to study subjects not in their designated Year level.
The Victorian Sailing School on the Geelong waterfront is our second campus which enhances the College’s programs and provides opportunities for schools across the state to acquire water safety and sailing skills.
Student participation in leadership, policy development and decision-making is encouraged through the Student Council, School Leaders, House Leaders and student representation on a wide variety of committees. The College has a strong international exchange program which further enriches College life.
Camps, tours and excursions are well established and include integrated Outdoor Education activities, along with sister school relationships with schools in Japan and Indonesia. The performing and visual arts programs and traffic safety education courses are highly regarded by the community. Careers counselling, integration support and welfare support are all vital and valuable aspects of the College’s curriculum.
The Instrumental Music program of the College proudly supports four College bands and ensembles including two jazz ensembles, all who proudly represent their College in the broader community. Sport is encouraged and enjoyed at various levels including PHASE at Year 7 and 8, intergroup, interhouse and interschool sport. Students are encouraged to participate in the wide range of sports offered.
A strong supportive relationship between the College and its community is evidenced by an active College Council and sub committees, Student Council, Support Groups (Music, learning assistance and canteen) and a number of volunteer helpers. The College has a strong relationship with youth and welfare agencies, tertiary education and community service groups. We are also a lead school for Respectful Relationships, and have Doctors in Schools and Lawyers in Schools programs.
The staff is committed to a whole College approach to welfare and student management and is friendly, cooperative and willing to work in a variety of ways to provide high quality teaching and learning. Staff encourages student achievement and take pride in their students, the College’s learning environment and facilities. Staff welcomes communication with parents via newsletters, student diaries, parent-teacher-student interviews and small group or individual meetings as excellent ways to support students and their needs.
The Council is extremely proud of the breadth and depth of programs, new curriculum innovation, student wellbeing support and the achievements demonstrated by the students and staff.
SC1 Demonstrated experience in school administration and/or the ability to perform daily organisation in a secondary school setting.
SC2 Demonstrated capacity to work independently and to develop procedures and guidelines relating to the work area.
SC3 Demonstrated high level oral and written communication skills.
SC4 Possess the technical knowledge and expertise relevant to the position.
SC5 Demonstrated capacity to provide advice and support to principals in respect to the work area.
SC6 Demonstrated commitment to professional learning and growth for both self and others.
Performs and/or supervises tasks that are carried out in accordance with guidelines, accepted practice and school policy. This may include the supervision and coordination of other education support class staff within the work area or educational program. Supervision and coordination would be limited to ensuring routine tasks are performed to required standards. Input into identifying training needs and development of education support class staff within the work area or educational program becomes an important feature at range 2.
Specialised support to achieve specific outcomes is a feature of range 2. Typically this will involve accountability for a single function, (e.g. ensuring data is properly maintained) or the operation of a work area (e.g. managing the day to day operation of a school office) under the direction of the principal or another senior manager.
Provides support to teachers and students that is beyond the routine support provided at education support class Level 1, range 1. Within an educational program assists teachers with the coordination of the support function, such as directing/organising the work of other support staff or providing a specialist support role.
Undertakes medical intervention support tasks or other specialised student/teacher support roles that require specific training that must be updated from time to time. The role is for a specific purpose for which there will be direct accountability as opposed to support roles that are carried out by a range of staff performing routine tasks under direction.
Performs technical tasks that require a sound knowledge of basic technical and/or scientific principles that are used to develop and adapt work methods and make judgements where there are clear guidelines and limited options. Routine technical support in libraries, science and information technology laboratories would be typical examples.
An education support class position supports the educational services being provided to students, but must not include duties of teaching as defined in clause 2.6.1 of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic) or its successor. Supervision of students cannot be required except where it is an integral part of the employee's position or involves supervision of students individually or in small groups, in controlled circumstances, where the responsibility for students remains clearly with a teacher.
The Daily Organiser is responsible for the organisation of staff absence relief, organisation of extras and yard duty to ensure the smooth operation of the College. This position also includes administration support to our Timetabler.
Duties will include, but are not limited to:
Arrange casual relief replacement staff on a daily basis
Liaise with the Principal staff regarding planned future short term replacement staff
Prepare the yard duty/bin duty roster and make daily changes to replace absent staff
Liaise with senior staff to support changed event timetables e.g. Naplan/Exams etc.
Make room changes when required
Determine the VCE replacement classes at the end of the year
Monitoring and reporting of the CRT budget
Administration support to the Timetabler and the HR administrator
Publish daily replacement classes bulletin
The Daily Organiser hours are Monday to Friday from 7.15am to 11am.
Who May Apply
Individuals with the aptitude, experience and/or qualifications to fulfill the specific requirements of the position.
EEO AND OHS Commitment
The Department values diversity and is committed to workforce diversity and equal opportunity in schools and all education workplaces. The Department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and Department workplaces.
Child Safe Standards
Victorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the Department’s exemplar available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/health/protect/Pages/childsafestandards.aspx
The Department’s employees commit to upholding DET’s Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. DET’s Values complement each school’s own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the DET values is available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/workm/Pages/Public-Sector-Values.aspx
- All staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements.
- Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check.
- A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided.
We are a small 7 room motel in an even smaller town in Victoria. Whilst Lake Bolac is very small we are centrally located with great sights to see all within 1 to 2 hours drive for example:Great Ocean Road begins 1.5hrs away, Grampians 30 minutes away, Warrnambool (home of famous Oddball) 1 hour, Ballarat just over an hour, Hamilton 1 hour, Halls Gap also only an hours drive.We purchased the motel 10 months ago and are still going through the process of renovating. You will be required to work for 3 hours per day (approx 10am to 1pm) in exchange for a private motel room and food. Duties will vary greatly depending on what is required and what skills you can offer us.The main jobs will be housekeeping, gardening, cooking and painting. We are very flexible on your hours depending on our needs and yours, eg you could work 6 hours one day and 0 the next or work your 21 hours for the week to take the weekend off for sightseeing, etc.The length of stay is also negotiable however minimum stay is 2 weeks.There is work available for a casual machinery driver (spreader) with varying hours from a business across the road from the motel and also some casual au pair work for the right person (initially 10+ hours a week). You will need a drivers license and minimum commitment of 4 weeks for these positions. This would suit couples however singles are welcome to apply but will be in a shared room.Please provide some details about yourself when applying, interviews will be held on skype :Any other information please don't hesitate to contact Sandy on 0404 093 304.
Guardian Early Learning Group – Casual Educators needed in Torquay
Our 72-place centre in Torquay offers a range of resource-rich environments to inspire you in your practice. The long-standing team of early childhood professionals create a warm and welcoming culture and have developed strong connections with the centre’s families and local community
This role offers you the opportunity to join a dynamic early learning group that offers supportive peers, and a host of professional development and career progression opportunities across our network of centres and support offices.
The benefits of working for Guardian:
Career advancement opportunities across our growing network, including larger centres and support office roles
Access to professional development opportunities including; our nationally accredited Guardian Masterclass program, Educator conference with national and International speakers, monthly meetings etc
Attractive remuneration package with scope for future growth
Our recognition program with rewards for outstanding performance for both individuals and teams and our annual Educator awards night
Participation in the Guardian Education project; a world-class quality enhancement initiative inspired by the infant-toddler centres and preschools of Reggio Emilia
Employee referral program – Earn up to $3,000
Generous Childcare discounts for your own children
Employee wellbeing scheme - Annual flu shot and Employee Assistance Program
We are looking for candidates who are flexible and available to work across various shifts and days on a casual basis. Ideal candidates will meet the following criteria:
Completed Certificate III Or Diploma in Children's Services or Working towards
Current First Aid Certificate/Asthma & Anaphylaxis certificates;
Current Working with Children's Check
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Guardian Early Learning Group is a community of early childhood professionals dedicated to providing high quality early learning for our families and their children.
We started our journey in 2004 and today we operate over 100 early learning centres. We are seeking to become one of the most inspired early learning groups in the world by operating our centres to the very best of our ability and growing cautiously through new centre acquisitions and developments.
How to Apply
If you meet the above criteria and wish to find out more details about our exciting opportunities, please click apply and send your resume today!
‘Guardian Early Learning Group is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and their welfare will always be our first priority. We want children to be safe, happy and empowered, and our policies, procedures and practices will ensure that child protection issues will be approached and managed in a way to ensure the best outcomes for all children.'
Are you a foodie with an extensive understanding of food and wine?
Looking to work with a Hatted restaurant to show off your top quality customer service skills?
Are you willing to commit to a role for a minimum of 6 months?
Geelong's only one hatted restaurant, Tulip, is now looking for experienced FOH staff to join their fun and dedicated team. You would become part of a warm, knowledgeable, professional team that extends genuine hospitality to guests during their dining experience.
YOU MUST HAVE:
A Current RSA
You will have a genuine interest in wine, food and service and strive for excellence.
You will be self-motivated, professional, well presented and have a keen eye for detail.
You will be committed to a role without immediate plans for travel in the near future
Most importantly, you will be a confident communicator able to relate to a diverse range of people, with a love for top quality service.
If you think you have what it takes to succeed in this fast-paced, high pressure environment, apply now...
HOW TO APPLY:
Email your CV outlining WHY you want to work with Tulip on email@example.com
Job no:507827 Work type:Casual Location:Geelong & Great Ocean Road Categories:Sales Team Member
WE’RE ALWAYS SEEKING THE BRIGHTEST STARS TO WEAR OUR STRIPES
An iconic Australian fashion institution, Sportsgirl is a leader in the fashion space. We pride ourselves on our fashionability, trends, and always encouraging our customer to #BETHATGIRL. Not only do we love to feature some of Australia’s most influential and inspirational women in our campaigns, but we also love to support young Australians. If you are a fun and confident individual who lives for fashion and feels as though you align with our brand and values - JOIN US! Become a Sportsgirl today, and enjoy access to the latest trends, collabs, and first dibs on some of the coolest in beauty and accessories. So, what are you waiting for?
We want you to C.A.R.E. for our customers
CONNECT with our customer
ASPIRE her to unearth her story
RECOMMEND outfit options and style her with confidence
EXCITE her and build an ongoing connection
What's up for grabs?
30% product discount
Sales rewards and incentives
An inspiring, supportive, and FUN work culture
An amazing opportunity to gain fashion retail experience
Access to training and development, no matter what stage of your career you are at
What do we look for?
A genuine passion for the retail industry
A love for all things fashion
A bubbly personality to connect with our customer
A drive to develop and achieve results
As this is a casual position, a minimum number of hours per week cannot be guaranteed. With many stores trading seven days and late nights, flexible availability is essential.
Please note that as part of our application process, you may be required to upload a 60 second video introducing the real you. Further information and instructions will be available once you commence your application.
Advertised: AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: AUS Eastern Standard Time
CENTRA: HEAD CHEF ROLE If you are passionate about the hospitality industry and looking to be part of a well-run kitchen in the Geelong CBD - this could be the opportunity for you! The rustic Italian menu at CENTRA is seasonal and produce-driven, concentrating on accessibility and (above all) flavour. We value your input, loyalty and hard work, and we reward you for it. We are recruiting for the position of HEAD CHEF. This is a full-time position. Working with us: -Healthy work and life balance / flexible roster?-Central Geelong location / newly fitted out, modern kitchen -Great team culture / chance for real career growth with internal and external training Be part of our team where your future is our priority – we offer a plat- form for staff to become true hospitality leaders. For the right people, this is your chance to have a thriving career. All email applications and resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: VIC - Regional Job Description: Please Note: This is a general expression of interest – we regularly recruit across a number of intake dates, so your application will be considered for the next available intake Bupa Aged Care Australia is the largest private residential aged care provider in Australia with over 9,000 employees providing care and services to 6,500 residents across 70+ homes. At Bupa we focus on a person first approach that ensures our residents and their families are at the centre of everything we do and that we deliver our purpose of ensuring longer, healthier, happier lives. About The Role As a General Service Officer at either our Barrabool or Bellarine Lakes Aged Care homes you will be responsible for delivering support to the care home including catering, cleaning and laundry. Working within the Bupa Promise framework of know me and my needs, help steer my decisions, be there when I need you; you will assist in:
Completing activities as delegated by the GM or Chef/Cook and ensuring compliance with relevant duty statements, policies and procedures
Responding to resident’s queries and requests in a compassionate and empathetic manner and referring to relevant manager when needed
Maintaining appropriate documentation as per legislated requirements
Ad hoc support as directed by the GM and/or Chef/Cook
We currently have opportunities for full time, part time and/or casual shifts at either Bupa Bellarine Lakes or Barrabool. About You With a resilient approach, you will enjoy working within a dynamic and ever-changing environment and have a lively and enthusiastic approach. You will let your positive personality shine and have a can-do attitude, always putting the needs of our residents first and going out of your way to make others smile and their day just a little bit easier and happier. In addition, you will have:
Ideally Cert III Hospitality, but not essential
Previous experience gained in a similar role, aged care experience highly regarded but not essential
Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills
An understanding of Resident Rights, Aged Care Accreditation Standards and Outcomes
About The Rewards Bupa offers a range of outstanding benefits which include a subsidy on a range of our health insurance products, discounts on our travel, car, home, contents and pet insurance products as well as Bupa services such as Dental and Optical. We are also proud to share with our employees our ‘People First’ wellness program – SMILE which provides you with access to a range of services such as health coaches, annual skin checks and flu vaccinations, assistance with nutrition, mental and general well-being … you will feel happier & healthier for working at Bupa! As the leading health and care group within Australia and New Zealand, we employ over 23,000 people who are dedicated to helping people live longer, healthier and happier lives. We encourage all our employees to explore their full potential and develop a long term career within the progressive, supportive environment that is Bupa - find out more by visiting ‘Our people reflect the diversity of our community. At Bupa, your well-being, identity and own story is respected and valued. Find purpose in your career at Bupa’. The recruitment and selection process for this position may require candidates to undertake a police and medical check Time Type: Part time Job Posting End Date 19 Jun 2019
Please note: This is a parental leave cover secondment opportunity until February 2020, working 31 hours across the following roster –
Monday 9.30am to 4pm Tuesday 9.30am to 4pm Wednesday 9.30am to 4pm Thursday 9.30am to 4pm Friday 9.30am to 5pm
At CommBank we never lose sight of the role we play in other people's financial wellbeing. Our goal is to help people and businesses move forward, to progress. To make the right financial decisions and achieve their dreams and aspirations.
Your team. The Retail Bank is the public face of CommBank - in branches, on the phone, through video conferencing and online. Together we deliver a seamless banking experience for the future to our 10 million+ personal and small business customers. Supported by world class technology, we're able to offer market-leading products that best suit their financial needs and goals.
What will you do? As a Branch Concierges you'll create a great customer experience from the time customers walk in the Branch to the time they leave. With an approachable manner you'll welcome and build rapport with customers, while also ensuring their needs are being met by the most appropriate branch specialist. Join us and play an essential role ensuring we assist all customers in a timely manner leading to the best possible customer experience.
What will help you succeed? We're looking for highly motivated and enthusiastic candidates who are dedicated to ensuring our customers have outstanding experiences in branch. You'll need to be confident in achieving targets through identifying and providing financial solutions to our customer's individual needs. With a confident and friendly manner, you'll have no hesitation in approaching customers as they walk in to guide them in the right direction. Although previous banking or financial experience would be helpful, a strong sales and service background is more important.
Benefits There are many benefits to working for CommBank including state of the art technology, discounts on a range of financial products, a corporate wardrobe, nationally accredited training and a commitment to offering employees the opportunity to further their careers within the bank.
Watch the video to find out more about working in our team.
Experienced Events professional to implement strategic and proactive events for our Fed Gov Agency
Your new company
We are currently looking to appoint an experienced Events Management professional who will be charged with providing logistical support to the agency and other relevant business areas as required to maintain an efficient approach to the delivery of proactive, nationally consistent engagement activities. This assignment will run through to the 30
of June 2020, with the potential for extension.
Your new role In this role you play a vital role within the Community and Mainstream Engagement Branch in building the capacity of participants to understand the Agency and use their plan to achieve their goals.
Your key responsibilities will include:
Providing logistical support to maintain an efficient approach to the delivery of proactive, nationally consistent engagement activities, targeted to effectively engage with people with disability
Assisting in the preparation and logistics of a range of events for the Agency including sessions, forums, conferences and webinars. Providing local logistical event management as required
Providing support to manage the events inbox, acting as a point of escalation for the triaging of the Agencies events and third-party event requests
Working with relevant engagement portfolios to review and provide advice on communications resources such as presentations, ensuring they contain the relevant targeted key messaging to drive nationally consistent, locally tailored solutions.
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful, you will be able to demonstrate:
Demonstrated experience in events management, stakeholder engagement, facilitation and communication
An understanding of the workings of government / federal government will also be beneficial to the role
Experience in building relationships both with internal and external stakeholders and the ability to engage in negotiation if dealing with external providers
Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency.
Please note: This is a fast paced, constantly changing role requiring initiative, resilience and the drive to go above and beyond.
What you'll get in return Through Hays, this role offers you a hourly rate of $45.74, plus 9.5% superannuation, and the opportunity to leave your mark in this government organisation.
Temporary and contract workers through Hays also enjoy a wide range of benefits including:
Weekly pay cycles
Nominated choice of superannuation fund
Online timesheet submission and approval
No hidden costs or payroll deductions for our services
No invoicing required for Pty Ltd holders
Regular contact with Geelong based consultants throughout the duration of your assignment
What you need to do now
At Hays, we value diversity and are passionate about placing people in a role where they can flourish and succeed. We actively encourage people from a diverse background to apply.
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV via our secure portal. Resumes emailed directly will not be stored or considered.
If this role isn't quite right for you, but you are looking for a new position in Marketing, Communication & Digital please contact Luke Blockey at Hays Geelong on (03) 5226 8000 or email@example.com
Ocean Road Landscaping is looking for an maintenance gardener to undertake general garden tasks like mowing and edging, tree work, shrub pruning, spraying and weeding. You will also have an influence on the shape and design of the garden by being able to see the whole picture and work one step ahead of the needs of the garden. Being a true gardening service it’s all about the details and having an eye for the many small parts. Plants will play a key part on in all gardens and a lot of the garden work will be about plant health, care and replacement. Working in a team environment you will contribute to the success of some amazing gardens.
Federal Government Agency looking for an experienced Events Planner to assist with end to end management of corporate and community events. Duties will include:
End to end planning of a range of events including sessions, forums, conferences and webinars. Providing local logistical event management as required.
Assist in managing the events inbox, acting as a point of contact for problem solving event issues or third party event requests.
Collaborate with relevant engagement portfolios to review and provide advice on communications resources such as presentations, ensuring they contain the relevant targeted key messaging to drive nationally consistent, locally tailored solutions.
Identifying opportunities to represent the Agency in interactions with key stakeholders and public facing events.
Foster and maintain strong relationships with community and mainstream stakeholders promoting the Agency
Guide and mentor team members to achieve agreed goals, identifying training needs and encouraging career development.
Work with, and help to coordinate, external suppliers in accordance with Agency deadlines, resources, budgets and contracts.
Contributing to and taking ownership of data management, including the collation of stakeholder mapping and reporting of feedback. Using a range of programs to identify associated risks and trends to assist forward planning and inform deliverables
Supply briefing and event related documents, undertaking research as required. Supporting the delivery of materials for strategic projects as required.
Ability to prioritise key tasks while maintaining high work standards and accuracy.
Uphold strong relationships with relevant internal stakeholders, working collaboratively to deliver the Agency end product.
Uphold workplace practices consistent with the Agency’s policies and values
Requirement for a current Class C driver’s license.
Requirement for intrastate and interstate travel.
You will have:
Proven experience in events management, stakeholder engagement, facilitation and communication
Excellent prioritisation and time management skills
Demonstrated problem solving skills with a strong ability to think of your feet
Judgement and decision making within delegated limits in relation to accountability of funds and interactions with individuals and communities
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
Ability to work within the team and adapt quickly to a changing environment
If this sounds like the role for you please apply now. For further information please contact Tom Pedersen at firstname.lastname@example.org At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. Skills Event officer OR Event Manager OR Event Coordinator Qualification Event management Education Bachelor Degree
Staff member required for cafe in Kennett River. Looking for someone to join our team servicing people travelling down the Great Ocean Road.
Duties include serving customers, making coffee and all general cafe duties. Experience is a benefit but not necessary, on site training will be required. Hours and days are negotiable but it is a 7 day a week business. Plenty of work available NOW!!!
Accommodation is available or there is space for parking a camper van or caravan with power available.
Please contact Glenda 0417 089 220 if you are interested in joining our friendly team.