The two websites below are excellent to ways to find jobs - whether it be full time, part time or casual.
1. Spot Jobs:
This is a fantastic website with lots of jobs for school students and school leavers. They have plenty of full time, part time, casual and holiday jobs.
2. JobActive (by Job Search):
This is a Federal Government's job search website. It has job vacancies across the whole of Australia.
As I become aware of any local job vacancies, I will post them for you below:
Current Job Vacancies:
Please contact the Contact Person listed for each vacancy or see me for further details.
I have apprenticeship vacancies in the following fields:
Carpentry (Multiply vacancies)
·Wall & Floor Tiling
·Engineering - Sheetmetal
·Engineering – Mechanical
·Small Engine Mechanic
|Nic Taylor in careers||31 May 2017|
|Hydrautech - fulltime workshop assistant||
Due to expansion we have a position available for a keen worker to begin their career in the Hydraulics industry.
The assistant will be based in our Ballarat workshop with customer visits off site to assist our qualified Fitter and Turners.
You will be learning about Hydraulics and developing these skills over time. You need to be a keen worker, always turn up to work on time and ready for work. Your personality is one of ‘I’d like to help’ in any way you can to the rest of the dynamic and highly skilled Hydrautech staff.
This is an entry level position with the view to a possible apprenticeship or traineeship in the future if you prove yourself to be a good and diligent worker in our professional work environment.
You must be presentable for work each day but make no mistake, your hands will get dirty! We are dealing with machinery that don’t see pressure washer’s on a frequent basis.
|To apply for this position, please deliver in person your hand written cover letter, telling us why you should be given this position to our office at 18 Wiltshire Lane and give to Mandy or John. Also include a resume of your other work or school history and interests.||31 May 2017|