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Sydney Job Wrap | September 15, 2020

Opportunities at Gelato Messina, Dinosaur Designs, Double Roasters and more.

Gelato Messina | Multiple Positions

Multiple full-time roles are available in-house or on the road for this gelato brand. You’ll be joining a tight-knit team, receiving in depth training and getting access to free lunch every shift.

Babyanything | Retail Sales Assistant

Work at the retail store for this Australian jewellery label. Casual hours are available, as well as flexible weekend shifts.

Fowles Wine (Relocate) | Chef de Partie

Join the kitchen team at this leading Victorian winery where you’ll have access to industry-leading training, a picturesque location and opportunities to work with fresh, locally grown produce. Full-time hours.

The Lang (Relocate) Head Chef

Lead the kitchen team at this new Fortitude Valley restaurant opening in early 2021. You’ll help develop the menu and build a world-class hospitality experience from the ground up. Full-time hours.

Dinosaur Designs | Store Manager

Manage day-to-day operations at this Australian design studio’s retail store. Full-time hours and a Paddington location are on offer.

Double Roasters | Baristas

Get involved with the front-of-house team for this coffee roaster in the inner west. You’ll get access to training, progression opportunities and all the coffee you’ll need. Full-time hours.

The Depression Project | Videographer

Work on video projects for this mental health platform that’s moving through a rapid growth phase. You’ll be working on informative content for socials with an organisation that aims to help combat depression. Casual hours are available.

Skyline Creative | Head of Video Post Production

Multiple creative roles are on offer at this commercial filmmaking studio. You’ll be joining a friendly team that strives to push boundaries, with ample opportunity to progress with the business and have your voice heard.

Photography: Dan Williams

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