Casual and Temporary jobs in Sydney Bondi North Sydney

Lot 1 Sydney

Temporary jobs in Sydney for Working holiday visa holders and international students

Check if your occupation is listed in one of the following of the Australian Government Job Search Site:

• Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)
• Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)
• Regional Occupation List (ROL)

If you are applying for jobs while living in another country, then you could check the following leading websites as well: One of the most helpful is the Gumtree

Hospitality jobs in Sydney

• Seek.com.au
• Indeed
• Career One
• Recruit.net
• Adzuna
• Learn4Good

Those already in Sydney should save money while searching for a place and job. First, set your mind on a place to stay.

Search real time on the internet for accommodation. Then call them immediately. Very soon you could make a list of places to check in the same locality. Check them one at a time. When you make up your mind pay the advance and move into the room.

Next, concentrate on a suitable job. Shortlist the categories of posts you are qualified and experienced to work in. Filter the ones you like. Find real-time online job sites that allow you to apply for.

Tailor-make your resume and cover letter for each job you apply. Highlight the qualifications and experience they require for the job advertisement. Then your application would stand out from the rest.

The principal or high profile job search engines and recruitment sites do not cater to short term work or working holidays. Therefore, give preference to recruitment sites and search engines which are lesser in important but meant for short term work.

You could also post an advert on a free job site that gives your qualifications, training, and experience. Employers who require your skills and knowledge would be able to get in touch with you.

Free jobs site , send your CV