Eurobodalla’s health and community care providers are screaming out for staff, which means there are plenty of jobs available.
To help with recruitment, a jobs drive will be held from 10am-12pm at Moruya RSL Hall on Thursday, March 30.
Anyone looking for a job or change of career can apply on the spot for more than 50 positions across the community services sector.
Eurobodalla Council’s Employment Revolution project coordinator Rhonnie South said 20 employers will be there on the day.
“It’ll be a great opportunity to learn more about community services careers in our shire and what job role would best suit you,” Ms South said.
“Health and community care is a fulfilling and respectful sector to work in, with so many career pathways and opportunities.
Job roles include: community care worker in the home, support worker in residential care, registered and enrolled nurse, general services, administration, childcare worker or food services assistant.
“Even if you don’t have qualifications, come and talk to us about the training opportunities available from Batemans Bay to Narooma,” Ms South said. “Depending on your past experience, you could be earning up to $35 an hour and there’s plenty of room to grow.”
Attending employers at the jobs drive include Opal HealthCare, Fresh Hope Care, The Glen, Goodwin Aged Care Services, Professional Staffing Solutions, Hammond Care, IRT, Australian Unity, Banksia Villages, Estia Health, Support Services 2 You, Eurobodalla Shire Council, Catholic Healthcare Maranatha Lodge – just to name a few!
For more information or to register to attend contact Council’s employment projects officer Amy Kovacs on 4474 7380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Above: Eurobodalla Council’s Employment Revolution Team is hosting a community services jobs drive in Moruya on Thursday 30 March.