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ADMINISTRATION OFFICER ADMINISTRATION OFFICER We are seeking a person for Administrative Services, provided for a Disability Service on the Gold Coast. The position is permanent part-time, 10 hours per week. The Key Areas of Responsibility include: administration, payroll, accounts payable and receivable, MYOB. Experience in all of these areas will be highly regarded. Ph: Tara on 0467 491 006 or e...
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Gold Coast Bulletin Runaway Bay, QLD, 4216
CARER CARER RUNAWAY BAY AREA Mature person with Cert III in aged care required for 2-3 days per week. Hours are 9am - 1pm Duties include: Assisting elderly gentlemen, lighthouse work, preparation and cooking of main meal. Please apply in writing including references to: CARER, PO BOX 771, Runaway Bay, Gild, 4216 This ad appeared in Gold Coast Bulletin on 29 Mar 14...
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