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Kitchen Hand (Casual - new

ORS Employment Solutions Launceston - Legana TAS
Busy Tavern is looking for an experienced Kitchen hand to assist with the preparation of Lunch and evening meals. The position involves split shifts 5 days a...
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Mambo Restaurant - Frankston VIC
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Perth WA
Looking for an partime/fulltime employee (depending on person) to help out with an restaurant. Hindi speaking is preferred, hours would be between... Company:...
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Kitchen Hand Part time, Coburg area 7am-2pm, Mon-Fri. 130 Gaffney St Coburg. Must speak English 0421 804...
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Melbourne VIC
We are Moretons Brasserie, a French Restaurant in Carlton looking for a kitchen hand to work some evenings. Must have experience and be hard working. Please...
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Marrickville NSW
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Mosman NSW
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A cafe in Gateshead is in need of an experienced to commence work immediately Duties will include: making coffee, general cleaning, some kitchen hand duties,...
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Permanent part-time cleaners are required to do 2 shifts per day (6 - 8am & 3 - 5.30pm) for a 5 day week. Must have a Police Clearance and Working With Children Check. Own transport preferred but not essential. Previous experience preferred but not essential as will train successful applicant(s).




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Working with Children's Check/Police Clearance

What is a police check?

A police check is done nationally and is conducted by the Australian Federal Police. It is a personal check for names, dates of birth and any prior records. In Australia it is illegal to work with children in schools or at any other childcare industry premises without a police check - so it is in your best interest that you obtain one as it will help you in securing a job.
You can apply for one online for a fee of t $56.00 (prices vary State by State) at http://www.mypolicecheck.com.au/ or for further information you can check out the web sites below.

NSW Working with Children's Check

https://check.kids.nsw.gov.au/background-check-consent.php

QLD Police check
http://www.police.qld.gov.au/

QLD Blue Card
www.childcomm.qld.gov.au/employment

WA Working with Children Check
http://www.checkwwc.wa.gov.au/default.htm

NSW Police Check
www.kids.nsw.gov.au/check

SA Police Check
http://www.sapolice.sa.gov.au/

TAS Police Check
http://www.police.tas.gov.au/

VIC Police Check
www.justice.vic.gov.au/workingwithchildren

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Helpdesk Assistant Thai speaking - 3 weeks - Casual position

Australia and New Zealand, Australia

Applications * : 0Visits : 6

Our client, a famous HR Consulting and HRIS company is searching a Helpdesk Assistant fluent in Thai language to assist their client overseas over the phone or through emails.



The objective of this casual role based in Melbourne is to assist employees located in Thailand in completing a survey by replying to their written or oral enquiries. During this 3weeks long mission, the working hours will be mainly based on Thailand business hours (12pm to 8pm).



The right candidate will receive trainings both on the system and on the answers to provide on these typical enquiries. He will report to the companys Project Manager (Melbourne based).



The main responsibilities of this assignment are:

- Being the 1st point of contact for incoming helpdesk phone or mail queries; 

- Translating questions from Thai and English;

- Ensuring prompt and accurate response;

- Assisting the companys Project Manager and team to solve any upcoming helpdesk related issues;

- Other ad-hoc duties;



Below is a non-extensive list of skills that the successful candidate will have to possess:

- Be fluent in both Thai and English languages;

- Prove outstanding written and verbal communication skills;

- Be comfortable about using Office Suite;

- Be autonomous and have the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment;



If you see yourself in the role, possess the above mentioned skills, as well as a willingness to help a well-established team on this exciting project, apply immediately as the mission starts on the 11th of March!

Please, express you interest by sending your CV and cover letter to the email provided.



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How to find a job in Australia with no local experience

by KARALYN on MARCH 5, 2010

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How to find a job in Australia - if youre new here, you need to read this

Youve filled out the forms, jumped through the migration hoops and arrived in Australia with your skill in demand. Now come the job offers or not? You may hear from employers and recruitment consultants, that the only experience that matters is local experience. While some professionals need an understanding of local practice and law, the obvious question for anyone else is where do you gain local experience if you cant get your first break?

No local experience can mean that you dont have knowledge of local laws and regulations, but it also can mean that an employer or recruiter has no idea about how the work you have done, or the organisations youve worked in, have any relevance to them. They may make judgments about you and your experience, based on what they think they know about your country, good or bad.

Make it easy for employers to understand your resume

The first thing to do is to make it easy for employers. Any sort of stereotyping comes out of ignorance. Put context on your resume. In a paragraph above where you list each job, include succinct lines about the places youve worked, the markets youve worked in, or the competitiveness and demands of the working environment. Make some comparisons to well known Australian companies. Depending on what you do, it may help if you start your job search with organisations that are similar to places where youve worked previously.

On all your applications make sure your spelling, grammar, phrasing and expression are more than perfect. Potential employers will see your name, country of origin and can make assumptions about your communication skills. Adopt local expressions. Even if your English is text book, often an employer can hear someones accent by the way they write and the expression they use. So if you have any doubts about your English, ask someone who was born here (and whom you trust) to review your resume.

Find a professional to review your resume

An even better idea is to hunt through the websites of professional resume writers. Youll see that many offer a free 20 minute review of your resume. I do this also. If theres no obligation attached to use the professional writers services, then take advantage of this. Its also one way to test that the resume writer knows their stuff.

Be persistent in your job search

In searching for a job online, you will need to be more persistent and curious than you may think is necessary. Dont just email an application and hope for the best. By doing that you are allowing assumptions about you to go unchallenged, when what you really want to be doing is picking the brains of your recruitment consultant or potential employer. Build a relationship. If you find someone helpful at the end of the phone you can refine your knowledge of re-training you may need or experience you may need to gain.

If you do not feel confident over the phone, call someone you trust to practice. Ask them whether they can understand you and want to have a conversation with you. The way you ask questions and the tone that you use in asking questions is important. Australians are often less direct in their questioning style than other cultures. Also slow down. Body language contributes to a great deal of meaning in communication. All you have over the phone is your tone and your words.

Be creative in the way you find your job

Be more creative in your job search. If you are not finding the ideal role then you will need to be pragmatic. Find a job that lets you socialise with the locals. Ive been helping one person from Korea. He worked casually at a gym, made friends with one of the patrons and told him about his experience. It turned out this person needed help in his accounting firm. Opportunities pop up if you are looking for them but put yourself out there.

Register with agencies for temp work. Often consultants are less fussy with finding someone with the perfect background if its just for short term assignments. These can lead to longer assignments, particularly if youre reliable. This is a great way to build up your networks. Again youll need to be pleasantly persistent with the agency and keep in regular contact. Often speed is the essence in filling temp assignments and if the consultant knows you are easily available, youll be the first person they think of when theyre trying to fill an assignment. Theyll love you more and want to help you if take on the harder to fill jobs.

Meet the locals

Create some networks through volunteering, sport or hobbies. First make some friends, then ask around for who may know of a job. Many jobs are found this way, where someone hasnt been a perfect match on paper, yet the employer has gone on the recommendation someone. It saves them money on recruitment and advertising. Be warned with this approach, though. Asking people for a job immediately when you meet them can be off-putting. The friendship is the most important thing. An offer to help you will often come afterwards.

Do some quality research. Find some people in your profession whom you can ask for advice on how your overseas experience translates, and where you should start your search. In my experience few people do this. Yet explaining how your skills translate is a great way to overcome the objection no local experience. By doing this youre showing some great research and networking skills that even many locals dont have. There are plenty of professional networking sites and forums out there that make it easy to contact people.

Finally be patient. Youre not alone in your experience and taking it personally will impact your self confidence. And thats a success killer in any job search.

For more information on resumes, read this:

Why a career objective on your resume is important
Watch out for these resume red flags
How long should a resume be?
Seven things you dont know I know from reading your resume
Dont make these top 10 resume mistakes



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Ive seen hundreds of resumes. However Ive rarely read one that I havent itched to start editing. With resumes, you only get one chance to make a good impression. Here are the top ten most common resume mistakes I see and, because I am nice, I present some tips to overcome them.

Its difficult to write a decent resume. You need to speak to many audiences. You need instant impact. Yet you also need attention to detail.  You need to capture your unique skills and strengths. But if youve been retrenched, dismissed or are just plain fed up with your current role, its a challenge to find the confidence to claim your achievements, without feeling like a fraud.

1 Your resume is too long or too short

How long should a resume be? You will see so much written on resume length you have to wonder if anyone knows what they are talking about. Last count there were 179,000,000 references on Google to this.

The only tips I have on length are these:

Think about the audience and what youll need to present on your resume to have any credibility. Think about why someone will read it. Think about the time theyll have to spend.

Here are some random examples to show you what I mean:

A one page resume for a senior academic position will not work. In the world of academia being published and referenced counts. So you need to list all your publications to have credibility. That can be a page in itself.

For a marketing role you may only need just a one page list of achievements and a snappy career objective type statement that sells you.

If youre applying to an airline role as a flight attendant, you can bet your bottom trolley tray that hundreds of people will apply. So youll need to have a huge impact on the first page.

Keep in mind that the purpose of a resume is simply to secure you an interview. See my article on  whos reading your resume for ideas.

2. Your resume is confusing and does not market you

Ive never found the source of the research that says a recruiter will only scan your resume for 20 seconds or so, but I have seen it happen. What this really means is that you need to spell out what you want, why you want it and what makes you suitable for the job at hand.

Start with a clear career objective, not one that reads like this:

To maintain job satisfaction by utilising my transferable skills and increasing my knowledge to reach senior management and executive levels.

Many of us want this. This says a lot but tells me very little about the person.

A career objective can be very simple. You can just state the role that you are after and the type of organization you would like to work within.

It sounds obvious but you do need to tailor it to each role.  (This should be one of my biggest tips) Ive seen plenty of career objectives on resumes that state a different role to the one advertised. If you do not make your objective current you will miss out, even if everything else on your resume screams hire you.

The career objective above could be better written as:

To contribute my six years business development experience to a senior account management role within the telecommunications industry; my longer term ambition is to progress to a team management role.

From a clear career objective, everything on your resume should build an argument for the recruiter to consider you for that role. So in the case above, the writer could then list their achievements and strengths that relate to success in a sales role.

To write a resume that really spells out your suitability, bullet point the top 4 to 5 attributes, skills, experience and knowledge in a career summary or profile under your career objective.

3. Your resume confuses achievements with responsibilities

So many people confuse these two things. Yet its critical to understand the difference. A list of achievements above a list of responsibilities will win the battle against blandness, and make your average resume powerful.

Responsibilities are tasks you are required to perform in your role. Achievements are things that you have done above or beyond this. Your achievements can include ideas you have contributed and executed, goals you have exceeded or awards you have won.

To list an achievement you need to state the impact you had. Examples of impact are: where you have increased sales, saved money, improved efficiency, saved customers, improved the customers experience, improved the brand or reputation of the company or retained customers.

The example below shows the difference between an achievement and a responsibility on a resume. The role is for a web administrator.

Responsibility

Update the product website with sales and marketing offers

Achievement

Designed new product page layout with new graphics, content and live feeds to improve user experience; received many customer compliments and significantly increased the number of page views

Another thing to think about when you list your achievements is that you need to be specific. The achievement below appeared on the resume of a marketing specialist. This is too general and reads as a responsibility:

Developed tailored business solutions for global companies to measure the success of marketing and communications initiatives.

To be more powerful the writer needs to be more specific with which client, which solution and state the impact of the activity. For example:

Developed new tailored global CRM solution for a major multi million dollar IT client; Solution measured the success of email and e-news campaigns and increased sales results by 12.5%

One word of warning with achievements. You do not have to list them for every job. If you have a job that doesnt lend itself to doing anything above the ordinary, then making up an achievement for the sake of listing something, makes you look silly.

4. Your resume oversells your responsibilities

This happens when you are trying to make a job sound more impressive than it actually is.  I saw this statement describe the responsibility of a counter hand role at McDonalds:

providing high levels of client service.

While this statement is not incorrect, it is misleading. A client is generally someone whom you deal with more than once. A customer is someone who comes to the counter. Most recruiters know what people do at McDonalds, so this statement just sounds odd.

The person who wrote the above has oversold what they actually did and not mentioned what is really challenging or interesting about their job. Anyone who works at McDonalds for any length of time can generally work well under pressure and serve people in a fast paced and highly measured environment. Thats the interesting part.

When the role is routine (like counter service at McDonalds) the challenges of the environment, or where you perform that role, could be the interesting part to talk about on your resume.  For example:

January 2006 July 2008                                                                                    McDonalds Sydney CBD Counter Attendant

Open 24/7 in the centre of Sydneys CBD, this store served customers who could often be impatient, intoxicated or aggressive about any delays in service.  Starting this role to support my university studies, I needed to consistently meet strict time, sales and service targets.

5. Your resume sets you up to be discriminated against on the basis of your age

Discrimination in many forms does exist. We all have prejudices. You will have no idea about the prejudices of the person who reads your resume. So the best thing to do is to remove the opportunity for anything that you think could be a problem.

Youd be surprised about how many people complain about age discrimination yet still have their date of birth or a high school qualification. My rule of thumb for most resumes for people in the private sector is to go back 15 years, no longer. I also leave the dates off older qualifications, and present these only if they are needed for the role.

This is not avoiding the issue of whether you should proudly proclaim your age and therefore challenge recruiters stereotypes and prejudices. Im suggesting you consider whether your age is relevant to the role at hand. Thats the only thing you need to think about on your resume.

Besides, the best way to challenge prejudices is face to face. You want your resume to give you the opportunity to do that.

6. Your resume sets you up to be discriminated against on the basis of your culture

Many of my clients are from overseas. One of the biggest barriers they face is how to find a job with no local experience.  In many cases their resumes let them down. The easy things to fix are spelling and grammar. The harder thing to fix is appropriate expression. Here are some examples of strange things Ive seen:

Providing delightful customer service
Maintain and strengthen customers
Organizing equipments
Good skills in.

Technically there is nothing wrong with the above. However the context is wrong.

If you are new to Australia, one of the major concerns local employers have about employing you, is how well you communicate. Behind this is another concern about how well youll fit in. Any incorrect choice of words will fuel any negative stereotypes a recruiter may have about your communication skills.

I receive enough emails from recent arrivals to know cultural stereotyping is a major problem.  If you are new to Australia, the very least you need to do is to have a local professional look over your resume.

7. Your resume has too many words, and the wrong type of words

The biggest enemies of a resume are space and time.

You only have one page to make an impact. So you need to choose the one word that represents what you want to say. Even people who write professionally find this difficult to do when it comes to talking about themselves. Here are some examples of what I mean:

- If you have a list headed: Responsibilities then do not write responsible for on the very next line
- in order to instead of: to
- planning and strategizing instead of: planning or strategizing
- the supply of references will be facilitated upon request instead of: references available on request

Once youve written your resume, leave it for a day or so. Then review it and ask yourself if you could say the same thing with a different or fewer words.

Action words are instantly more powerful, not like this example I read recently:

Daily liaison with senior management, staff and Agencies

This person liaises, however the purpose of the liaison is unclear.

8. Your resume does not show that you have read the advertisement

The focus of your resume should reflect the focus of the advertised position. You can do this in many ways as I have described in point one. One other small but important thing is to use the key words in the advertisement.  This is important for three reasons:

1. It shows you have read the advertisement
2. Your resume will be picked up in any software that scans resumes
3. If the recruiter has given careful thought to the people they would like to attract, then they will be careful about their choice of words in any advertisement. You will stand out if you show the same amount of thought with the words on your resume.

9. You neglect small, but important detail on your resume

Your resume needs to be consistent in grammar, style, expression and format.  My pet hate is random capitalization of words. The worst part of this is that it instantly draws attention to the mistake. Here are examples of common incorrect capitalizations:

Daily liaison with senior management, staff and Agencies

The agencies should only be capitalized if they are listed by name

Management of the Corporate Communications marketing and vendor budgets

Corporate communications is not the title of an organization.

I really loathe ampersands on resumes unless they are necessary for space purposes.

Coordinate & educate HRMS trainer

This person had the space to write and and expand on how what coordinate and train actually mean.

10. You have used a standard template for your resume

By all means look at the standard templates youll find on employment websites, but realize that many other people are doing exactly the same thing. So if you want to look like them, use the template.

There is no cookie cutter approach to presenting a resume. Its also easy to pick when someone has downloaded and copied words and phrases that are not their own. If you struggle with how to explain a gap, your unique experience or how to present your experience as a strength, then its worthwhile investigating what a professional can do.

Should you hire a professional? Yes. For at least the first resume you write. Why? I  have met few people who are self aware enough to understand both their unique strengths, and their marketable strengths. A professional resume writer, who sits down with you, and who has industry experience, can help you identify what you should put on your resume, and what you should leave off.

If the last thing you feel like is talking about is what you are good at - a professional writer can help you feel good about yourself again.

For more information on resumes read:

Why a career objective on your resume is important
Watch out for these resume red flags
How long should a resume be?
Seven things you dont know I know from reading your resume
Even if youre gorgeous, a photo on your resume may not take you far

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