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Registrations open for Bass Coast Local Jobs Expo from 4 - 11 October 2023

The Local Jobs Expo, hosted by Bass Coast Shire Council, will feature around 60 employers offering diverse job opportunities across various sectors.

By news@gippsland - 27th September 2023 - Back to News

Local businesses have signed up to the upcoming Local Jobs Expo in record numbers with around 60 employers presenting a range of employment opportunities for jobseekers. There are hundreds of jobs ready for attendees to view and discuss. Council has two jobs expo dates as well as an additional event on resume writing ensuring job seekers can be fully prepared to meet with prospective employers for new jobs or further work.

Attendees can explore hundreds of jobs, receive resume writing guidance, and engage in a Roadmap to Employment webinar

Attendees can explore hundreds of jobs, receive resume writing guidance, and engage in a Roadmap to Employment webinar

Diverse job opportunities await

Bass Coast region is fortunate to offer a range of incredible jobs for various skill sets in a range of environments - from offices, hospitals and kindergartens to entertainment venues, beaches and nature parks. Let your personality and great customer service skills shine with a new career working at Amaze N Things.

Bring your hospitality skills to one of the many cafes, restaurants and bars hiring. Have a background in health? There's plenty of allied health jobs on offer at the expo. If you prefer the outdoors, perhaps you'd like to meet with some of the staff at Phillip Island Nature Park who have a range of jobs on offer at the expo.

Job opportunities abound

In particular there are a large range of opportunities for people wishing to be employed within early childcare, health care, construction, hospitality as well as tourism jobs. We encourage all jobseekers - whether seeking new employment, looking for a change, returning to work, older individuals looking for post-retirement opportunities or those seeking further employment to attend. There will also be a range of traineeship and apprenticeship opportunities with local providers keen to meet potential new employees.

Council are also running a Roadmap to Employment: From Resume to Offer Letter webinar to prepare job seekers in the leadup to the Jobs Expos. The webinar will focus on how to create a resume and cover letter that makes you stand out and how to prepare for an interview.

October local jobs events

Bass Coast Shire Council, in conjunction with the Australian government's Local Jobs Program, South Gippsland Bass Coast Local Learning and Employment Network and the state government's Skills and Jobs Centre will be hosting a range of events in October including the Local Jobs Expo.

A physical jobs board will be available to display local vacancies, which will enable connection with employers who are unable to attend on the day. "We ask that all our local schools, higher education providers, job provider networks and other service providers get in touch and encourage people to attend. We have a surplus of jobs ready for our community as well as visitors to the region with upcoming seasonal work." said Mayor, Cr Michael Whelan.

Jobs expo events

Your Road Map to Employment: From Resume to Offer Letter webinar

Phillip Island Jobs Expo

Wonthaggi Jobs Expo

For further information please contact the Business Development Team on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or (03 5671 2211).

Pictures from Business in Bass Coast Facebook page.


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