Opportunities at Assemble, Providoor, Carlton Wine Room and more.
Rocco's Bologna Discoteca | Chefs
Join the team at this new Italian spot from the team behind Poodle. You’ll be working for a growing hospitality group and have a chance to be involved with a newly opening venue. Multiple positions are on offer.
Frankston Arts Centre | Hospitality Coordinator
Coordinate events at Frankston Arts Centre as the head of a new team. You’ll be organising and overseeing a wide range of activities in a role that would be great for those with a background in events management. Full-time hours.
Inject | Graphic Designer
Work on graphic design projects for clients across a wide range of industries. Part-time hours are on offer, with flexible days and work from home arrangements available.
Assemble | Digital Content Producer
Run the social channels for this housing company that specialises in sustainable builds. You’ll be developing content for digital distribution and have a chance to share your voice with a dedicated following. Full-time hours.
Providoor | Customer Service Representative
Join the customer service team at Shane Delia’s restaurant delivery platform. You’ll be working in a friendly team with some of Melbourne and Sydney’s best restaurants, with full-time, part-time and casual positions all up for grabs.
Pickings and Parry | Senior Sales Assistant
Take on a sales assistant role at this Fitzroy clothing and barbershop. You’ll be working with a tight-knit team in a casual but busy environment. Part-time hours.
Carlton Wine Room | Front-of-House Staff
This neighbourhood favourite is on the hunt for front and back-of-house staff to join the team. You’ll be serving a loyal local customer base and working alongside some great industry professionals. Part-time hours are on offer.
Parliament of Victoria | Senior Customer Service Officer
Take on a customer service role with the Parliament of Victoria in a stable role that fosters career progression opportunities. Full-time hours with a competitive salary package are on offer.
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