The two websites below are excellent to ways to find jobs - whether it be full time, part time or casual.
1. Spot Jobs:
This is a fantastic website with lots of jobs for school students and school leavers. They have plenty of full time, part time, casual and holiday jobs.
2. JobActive (by Job Search):
This is a Federal Government's job search website. It has job vacancies across the whole of Australia.
As I become aware of any local job vacancies, I will post them for you below:
Current Job Vacancies:
Please contact the Contact Person listed for each vacancy or see me for further details.
|Getting a Part-time Job & Work Experience - Students are encouraged to get a part-time job, work experience or volunteer whilst they are at high school. When you are eventually applying for a full-time job, most employers and organisations want to see proof on your resume that you are employable and get a sense of the skills you may have already gained.||
How do you find a part-time job?
1- Networking - tell everyone you meet, particilarly family and friends, sports collegues etc, that your looking for a part-time job. Ask them to let you know if they hear of any opportunities and even ask them to recommend you if they hear about a job.
3 - Apply online - to fast food outlets, supermarket etc. Write the application number on top of a resume and drop it off with the manager at the place you are applying for, explaining you have applied online. They will appreciate putting a face to the application.
4 - Phone call - may need to followed up with an emailed resume and another phone call.
5 - Email followed up by a Phone Call
6 - Create a Linked-in profile - start connecting to people and organisations, follow twitter feeds etc
|Some examples of Online Applications||
|Apprenticeships / School Based Apprenticeships||
Register on these websites and they will send you job opportunities when something become available. You will need a resume and a cover letter when you apply.