JOB WORKSHOP ON TODAY 2pm & 4:30pm

 

Looking for work? Then be sure to check out Seek for all the latest jobs! Click Here to see what’s on offer this week!

Job Workshop

Still need further assistance with writing your resume or cover letter? Then head on over to Room 2 from 2-3pm & Room 4 From 4:30-5:30pm for our Jobs Workshop – on every Tuesday! 🙂 Remember, we also offer free printing, so come see me (Sarah) at reception if you need any of your documents printed! Good luck with the job hunt! 🙂

 

Some Jobs on Seek:

Weekend Bar Tender- Eat Street Markets-Cleveland

Must have: Experienced bar tender with cocktail making- Able to cost out cocktails, recommend cocktails–Excellent communication style.

RSA- Cocktail making experience-Excellent communication skills

Hours: Flexible Hours Friday-Sunday Evenings Apply: https://www.seek.com.au/job-apply/36168518

Baristas and Customer service- Muffin Break- Fortitude Valley (Train station)

Must have: Good customer service- experience in cash handling- Energetic barista.

Hours: Early Morning –Apply: callen@foodco.com.au – Crystal  

Barista- Eagle Farm

Part time- Must have experience –Apply: https://www.seek.com.au/job-apply/36208788

 

 

 

 

xxxx Brewery Tour- Brisbane

XXXX Brewery Tour with our lovely teachers Mariana  & Archer 🙂

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Our Pre- Intermediate & Advanced classes had an amazing day out in Milton at the XXXX Brewery seeing how some of Australia’s most popular drinks are made & also got to taste some at the end of the tour 🙂 🙂

JOB WORKSHOP- TODAY

Job Workshop on TODAY- In Room 2 from 2-3pm & Room 4 From 4:30-5:30pm.

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Today is Tuesday – so that means it’s time to find some jobs! If you’re planning on working in Australia, you’ll need to apply for a TFN (Tax File Number). It takes only 10 minutes to apply online –  🙂

Please click on the link to view this weeks jobs on Indeed- Click Here

 

Anzac Day- 25.04.2018

Anzac Day 2018

Anzac Day is one of Australia’s most important national commemorative occasions. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.

What does ‘ANZAC’ stand for? 
‘ANZAC’ stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. On the 25th of April 1915, Australian and New Zealand soldiers formed part of the allied expedition that set out to capture the Gallipoli peninsula. These became known as Anzacs and the pride they took in that name continues to this day.

ANZAC Day services and marches are held all over Brisbane to mark the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. Anzac Day has been continuously commemorated since 1916. The Brisbane Anzac Day Parade, together with dawn vigils, memorial services and veterans reunions have been a feature of the commemoration of Anzac Day by the Citizens of Brisbane since its earliest days.

To find your local service in the suburbs of Brisbane click here.

gov.au/whats-on/anzac-day-2018-brisbane/anzac-day-2018-events

 

Things to do in Brisbane

Need something to to this weekend 🙂

Holey Moley in Fortitude Valley.

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Those with a competitive side can put their golfing skills (or lack thereof) to the test at Holey Moley in Fortitude Valley. The venue is truly a ‘whole in one’ as it combines a cocktail bar with nine pop-culture themed mini-golf courses. Fight it out to take your place on the Iron Throne or resort to some old-fashioned arcade games to settle the score.

Cost:  $16.50 will get you 9-holes of tear-inducing laughter as you navigate the challenging putt-putt course.

EAT, DRINK, REPEAT

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Avoid the cuisine conundrum (for a hefty price) with a sensational selection of international foods in one place. Situated at Portside Wharf on the Brisbane River, Eat Street Markets offers an array of street eats and refreshments, live music and stunning views of the city. Hidden between brightly-coloured shipping containers, the newly renovated markets offer something for the most indecisive of eaters from fresh seafood to doughnut fries. Open every weekend of the year, you’ll find most of Brisbane here so you’ll always feel part of the crowd.

COST: $2.50 entry, so you have plenty left over for spending on the edible delicacies served within.

Escape Room

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Consider yourself a modern day Sherlock? Get locked in a themed room and use clues, puzzles and codes to escape against the clock at The Escape Hunt Experience in West End Cost– $29 to $35 per person

Movies on the grass

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Movies on the grass at Powerhouse Moonlight Cinema $17 (summer only). Bring a picnic & enjoy a movie under the stars.

FAT LOUIE’S- KARAOKE

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Experience the glitter and buzz of Tokyo’s private karaoke rooms, here in the heart of Brisbane. Belt the tunes out, karaoke style at Fat Louie’s – 1 hour from $20