Apply for jobs on the spot at the Jobs Drive

Published: 27 February 2024

Job seekers can meet with employers and apply for positions on the spot at the Community Services Jobs Drive at Moruya on Wednesday 27 March.

An initiative of Eurobodalla Council’s Employment Revolution project, the Jobs Drive gathers 15 local employers from the health and community services sectors. Collectively, they have more than 100 job vacancies across childcare, cleaning, kitchen and food service, working with older people, supporting people with disability, home care and maintenance.

Council’s employment projects officer Amy Kovacs said the event would demystify and speed up the job application process for job seekers.

“It can be quite intimidating to apply for a job in the health sector. The Jobs Drive is about breaking down barriers for those finding it difficult to apply or who are unsure if they qualify,” she said.

“If you need a job, come along –there’s something for everyone! You’ll meet employers face-to-face then hand them your resume. It’s a great opportunity to make an impression and avoid what is sometimes a lengthy application process.”

Ms Kovacs said the Jobs Drive benefitted employers too.

“We keep it simple by connecting employers with vacancies directly with people looking to work,” she said.

“Anyone who is looking for a job – whether part time, casual and full time, entry level or specialised – should come along. Don’t be afraid if you don’t have a qualification.”

The Jobs Drive will be held at the Moruya Memorial RSL Hall, 11 Page Street, Moruya, on Wednesday 27 March from 10am to 12pm.

For more information about Council’s Employment Revolution project visit the job shop webpage or phone Employment Revolution project officer Amy Kovacs on 4474 7380. The team will be available in the lead up to the event with free support to help update your resume, practice for an interview or better understand if the sector is right for you.

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