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Jobs Drive comes to Moruya

The Eurobodalla Jobs Drive is coming to Moruya this month. The health and social assistance sector has more jobs than people to fill them and this event gives job seekers the chance to apply for positions on-the-spot.

Eurobodalla Council’s employment coordinator Rhonnie South said there were a variety of jobs on offer, some requiring qualifications and others not. 

“Eurobodalla’s health and social assistance sector covers a broad range of roles. It’s our fastest growing sector, with the potential to work in administration, as a chef, a groundskeeper, carer or bus driver,” Ms South said.

“There are more jobs than people to fill them.”

With nine employers and 30 positions on offer, job seekers will be able to talk to employers, ask questions and submit applications on the day.

“If you enjoy working with people, update your resume and head on down.”

The Moruya Jobs Drive will be held on Thursday 21 November at the Moruya RSL Memorial Hall from 10am to 12pm. Job seekers should bring printed copies of their updated resume.

For more information visit https://www.esc.nsw.gov.au/home/news-and-events/events/event/2019/jobs-drive-moruya-health-and-community-services or www.facebook.com/EurobodallaJobsandTraining, or contact Amy Kovacs on 4474 7380.

Above: Helen Blaydon from Estia Health in Dalmeny and Marg Thronton from IRT Eurobodalla. Both employers will be at the Moruya Jobs Drive on Thursday 21 November.

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