Job update!

JOBS 09/02/2016

  •  Experienced Wait Staff 

We are a cafe / pizza pasta restaurant seeking experienced hospitality wait staff to join our close knit team.

Duties include; taking orders, serving food, learning the menu / prices, cleaning at front and back of house, food preparation, setting up tables and chairs, building rapport with customers

Personal qualities; neat presentation, reliable, trustworthy, fast working, efficient, use of good judgement, motivated, personable, good communication skills, good English, multi task

Hours; 8.30am-2.00pm and /or 4.00pm-9.00pm Tuesday to Sunday

We are a small business and need staff with hospitality experience to be able to jump in and be part of a fun and hard working environment.

Send a cover letter and resume that highlights your hospitality experience and references.

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/maroochydore/waiting-staff/experienced-wait-staff/1103444031

 

  • House keeper

 

Experienced house keeper needed to help prepare the set up for incoming guests on a day to day basis in a up market resort at “Secrets on the lake” in Montville.
You need to have:
1. Cleaning skills
2. To be fit to lift
3. Ability to work in a team
4. Take instructions
5. Fast pace
6. Neat and tidy

  1. Attention to details
    8. Have your own transport
    9. Will work on a 7 day roster
    if this is YOU, please ring 54785888 or send your CV to info@secretsonthelake.com.au
    love to hear from you

 

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/north-maleny/housekeeping/house-keeper/1099697084

  •  Brush cutting and gardening labourer

I’m currently looking for gardening/brushcutting labourer for acreage mowing business on the Sunshine Coast.

Initially for 1 day per week on casual basis but more work possibly available.

Although work is predominantly brush cutting and edging large lawn areas, work could include all gardening maintenance duties: mulching, hedging, weeding and clearance.

Physically demanding work so endurance is very important.

Essentials: experience, hardworking, fit, mature, reliable, courteous, PPE, transport, and ABN.

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/diddillibah/gardening-landscaping/brushcutting-and-gardening-labourer/1103564027

  • Part time position 10 hours plus, night work must have experience, mature,tidy presentation Mudjimba. Food service.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $20.00 /hour

Local candidates only:

  • Mudjimba QLD

Required experience:

  • experience required: 1 year

http://au.indeed.com/cmp/Paradiso/jobs/Service-Person-93ee5f0313d0d757?q=Part+Time

 

jobs

Breaking down language barriers

More often than not, you will find plenty of people around the world who do indeed speak your mother tongue fluently, and are more than willing to assist you if you are humble and polite. However, you cannot always rely on that and you should attempt to be prepared. It’s also a matter of respect. You are a guest in another person’s country, attempt to play by their rules instead of forcing your own upon them.

Here are some tips to help you break down language barriers.

  • Immerse yourself in the language of the country you are planning to visit, before you board the plane. Listen to music from that country, watch movies in that language, and listen to recordings of a few useful phrases. The quickest and most effective way to learn a language is to throw yourself into it entirely and absorb anything and everything you can. (Well done everyone studying at Lexis)
  • While travelling, sign language will be your best friend. Reading body language and using your hands to motion about what you are trying to say. It can feel like a constant game of charades, but it will be the most useful game you’ve ever played. It will help you find the right bus, discover the best restaurants, and make unexpected friends.
  • If charades isn’t working, do not just begin yelling louder in English. This does not work. Speaking louder will not make someone who doesn’t speak your language, magically understand what they heck you are saying. Would you have any greater chance of understanding Mandarin (assuming you don’t already), if it was just yelled at you at a louder volume? Probably not.
  • If you feel the need to, carry a book of key phrases and words. You can often find pocket translation dictionaries in your local bookstore or online. If you are lucky enough to own and afford one, use a smartphone. Google Translate App is a best friend when travelling. Although it may not always give grammatically correct translations, it will get you close enough to communicate
  • Be willing to make mistakes and sound a little silly. Once you let go of that fear, communicating is actually easier and efforts were appreciated. The only way to improve your language skills is by speaking, making mistakes, and learning from them.

maxresdefault (1)