Daily Job Briefing – 21/05/2018

Welcome to to the daily job briefing where list today’s newest jobs and ongoing promotions. Today’s Job Postings: Domestic Services Officer – Mersey Community Hospital Job Coach – Employment Plus Parts Supervisor – Cummins Retail Store Manager – Horseland Featured Job: Uber Driver – Uber – Casual Current Giveaways: Win an Nikon Key Mission 170 …

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Daily Job Briefing – 18/05/2018

Welcome to to the daily job briefing where list today’s newest jobs and ongoing promotions. Today’s Job Postings: Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist – Medibank Private Recruitment Officer – Mersey Community Hospital Featured Job: Uber Driver – Uber – Casual Current Giveaways: Win an Nikon Key Mission 170 Action Camera worth over $400  Not signed up …

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Daily Job Briefing – 17/05/2018

Welcome to to the daily job briefing where list today’s newest jobs and ongoing promotions. Today’s Job Postings: Business Traineeship – Tasmanian Hotel & Catering Supplies Experienced Stablehand/Strapper Featured Job: Uber Driver – Uber – Casual Current Giveaways: Win an Nikon Key Mission 170 Action Camera worth over $400  Not signed up to Jobs in …

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Daily Job Briefing – 15/05/2018

Welcome to to the daily job briefing where list today’s newest jobs and ongoing promotions. Today’s Job Postings: Pre-admissions Clerk – North West Regional Hospital – Part Time Position Retail Team Member – Spendless Shoes – Casual Position Sales Assistant – Prouds The Jewelers – Casual Position Featured Job: Uber Driver – Uber – Casual …

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Your ATAR isn’t the only thing universities are looking at

Sarah Pilcher, Victoria University and Kate Torii, Victoria University Only a quarter of undergraduate university admissions for domestic students are made on the basis of an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank), according to a new discussion paper from Victoria University’s Mitchell Institute. The paper highlights a growing disconnect between the role the ATAR plays in …

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2 Hour Resume Consultation Giveaway

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Jobs in Devonport is partnering up with Red Shoe Resumes to give away a free 2-hour face to face resume consultation. This package usually costs $99 but one lucky person will get it for free. The  consultation includes: A tailor-made professional resume. A custom job application letter. A set of templates that you can customize …

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Tasmanian Police Public Information Sessions

The Tasmanian Police will be conducting a number of public information sessions. The Devonport session will be held on the 1st of November at the Devonport Police Station from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. If you are interested email recruiting@police.tas.gov.au by the 20th of October. If you are interested in applying to be a police officer or …

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How to write an effective Cover Letter for the retail industry?

Writing a cover letter is a rather tricky thing to do, especially for the retail industry. Most of the time, a cover letter needs to introduce you and your skills, but it has to do that in a way specific to the industry. Using industry language and appealing to the employer is crucial here. Knowing …

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Dear students, what you post can wreck your life

Thao Nelson, Indiana University Dear Student, Harvard recently rescinded admission offers for some incoming freshmen who participated in a private Facebook group sharing offensive memes. The incident has sparked a lot of discussion: Was Harvard’s decision justified? What about the First Amendment? Do young people know the dangers of social media? I’m a business school …

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Higher education fees are rising – so is it still worthwhile enrolling?

Ittima Cherastidtham, Grattan Institute The government has announced a plan to increase university fees. Most bachelor degree students starting in 2018 would pay, depending on discipline, between A$700 to A$1,700 more than now. The prospect of higher fees raises concerns about whether higher education is still worthwhile. With subdued job growth since the global financial …

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Skin deep: should Australia consider name-blind resumes?

Usman W. Chohan, UNSW Ashley, Ashton, Ashish and Ashanti are four incredibly talented people with outstanding resumes. A copy of each is sitting on your desk, and you can’t help but notice that the four resumes are completely identical! So do they have an identical chance of getting hired by you? An interesting parliamentary debate …

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Career studies and advice: start early or don’t start at all

Natal’ya Galliott, Macquarie University The unemployment rate for 15 to 19-year-olds is currently 20.1% in Australia. This is over three times the national rate of 6.3% and almost double the unemployment rate of this age group during the first year of the Global Financial Crisis, 10.7%. This means that one in five young people is …

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