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Short order Cook

With more than 250 stores around Australia ‘The Coffee Club’ is one of the fastest growing Franchises in the country. The Coffee Club Karrinyup is currently looking for people who are able to work with us, on achieving ‘The Coffee Clubs’ mission of delivering….

GOOD FOOD, GREAT SERVICE AND EXCELLENT COFFEE.

We are looking for a well presented, highly motivated and experienced kitchen hand/cook.  You must be a team player and able to function in a high pressure environment.

The application form will include these questions:

  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • How many years’ experience do you have as a cook?
  • Which of the following days and times are you available to work?
  • Do you live within 20 minutes drive from Karrinyup Centre?

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You must have the right to live and work in this location to apply for this job.

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Plesae apply on the webiste : https://www.seek.com.au/job/38825131?searchrequesttoken=48ea6d84-1555-410f-bedb-217e4ad2a972&type=standard

 

 

March Activity Calendar

March is supposed to be Autumn, but we still have summer activities coming up!
Remember, Monday the 4th is a public holiday so there is no school. Come and join Aussie Beer Tasting on Friday the 1st so you can get ready for the long weekend!

3. March

You’re never too old to learn English!

My Australian adventure, by Christine.

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« How strange are the Australians! They stand on their heads and drive on the wrong side of the road!”

This is what I was thinking before meeting some of them on the St James trail, a famous 1500 km long pilgrimage between France and Spain.

While we were walking together, I realized that they were as strange as I supposed, but also enthusiastic, clever, good-humoured and incredibly kind. We became friends and I had the opportunity to be invited in Melbourne, in Tasmania, and also on the Great Barrier Reef… and after having fallen in love with Australians, I fell in love with Australia.

Nevertheless I was stuck at the level of English language I had reached when I graduated from high school in… 1968. No way of understanding what was a bloke, a snag or a bogain, or even know that “gdday! How’s’tgoin?” meant “good morning, how do you do?”

So I decided to go and celebrate my 68th birthday in Western Australia, at a famous language school: the Perth Lexis English School.

Afte my first day of course, I was just hesitating whether I would go back home or ask to go down in an easier course: my class mates could have been my children, or even my grandchildren, and everything was going too fast, with too much to learn and remember at the same time… but the teachers and the other students encouraged me to keep going, telling me that everyone had felt the same on the first week. Eventually I took the pace.

Soon, some of my classmates became friends. Mainly Japanese and South American students. Thanks to them I learnt about their country, customs and even their food.

Furthermore moreover Lexis is not only a language school: I took surfing lessons (that I spend almost completely immerged under the board), I did yoga, I bet at the Melbourne cup (not money, be reassured!), participated in Halloween disguised as a witch and in an unavoidable Australian activity: the barbecue.

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During this three weeks course, time has been passing quickly, too quickly. My English improved much more than I could have hoped, thanks to Honour my beloved teacher. And when it was time to leave the school I was far away from the joy I usually felt in my childhood at the beginning of school holidays: the staff, the teachers and most of  the students had become friends, and I was so sad to leave them!

Whatever, while I was coming back to France, I was already sure of one thing:

I’ll come back.

 

« Quels étranges personnages que les Australiens : ils marchent sur la tête et roulent du mauvais côté de la route ! »

C’est en tous cas ce que je pensais avant d’en rencontrer sur le chemin de Compostelle, un pèlerinage de 1500 kilomètres entre la France et l’Espagne.

En les fréquentant, j’ai réalisé que comme je le supposais ils étaient étranges, mais aussi enthousiastes, intelligents, pleins d’humour et incroyablement gentils.

Mes compagnons de marche Australiens sont vite devenus des amis et j’ai eu la chance d’être invitée à Melbourne, puis en Tasmanie et même sur la grande barrière de corail… et après être tombée amoureuse des Australiens, je suis tombée amoureuse de l’Australie.

Cependant ma pratique de l’Anglais était restée figée au niveau atteint le jour de mon bac, en…1968. Je ne parle même pas de comprendre ce qu’était un bloke, une snag ou un bogain, ou de savoir que « gdday, how’s’tgoin’ ? » voulait dire « good morning, how do you do ? »

Alors j’ai décidé d’aller fêter mes 68 ans en Australie Occidentale, dans une école de langues réputée : la Lexis de Perth.

Le premier jour, après une matinée de cours j’ai hésité entre rentrer chez moi et demander à descendre dans une classe inférieure : mes copains de classe auraient pu être mes enfants, voire mes petits-enfants et tout allait très vite, avec beaucoup trop de choses à apprendre en même temps… mais les professeurs et les anciens élèves m’ont encouragée, en me disant que la première semaine c’était toujours comme ça, et j’ai fini par prendre le rythme.

Je me suis vite fait des amis parmi les élèves, dont beaucoup de Japonais et de Sud-Américains qui m’ont fait connaître leur pays, leurs coutumes, et souvent leur cuisine.

Et puis Lexis n’est pas seulement une école de langues : J’ai pris les leçons de surf (que j’ai passées presque en totalité dans l’eau ou sous la planche), fait du yoga, parié à la Melbourne cup, participé à la fête de Halloween déguisée en sorcière et à une activité Australienne incontournable : le barbecue.

Christine Melbourne Cup awards

Les trois semaines de cours ont passé vite, beaucoup trop vite. J’ai progressé en Anglais bien plus que je n’aurais osé l’espérer, et au moment de quitter l’école j’étais bien loin de la joie ressentie au moment des vacances dans ma jeunesse : Le staff, les professeurs et beaucoup d’élèves étaient devenus  des amis que j’ai eu beaucoup de peine à quitter.

Mais en retournant en France j’avais déjà une certitude :

Je reviendrai.

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Welcome

Big warm welcome to Lexis Perth family! We have 17 new students coming from Brazil, Germany, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, and Czech Republic. Good luck with your study!

Congratulations

Congratulations to Erilda Zazo who has successfully completed our Cert III Business course. She will back to Itlay on November, may come back for Dip of Business course in Lexis, we wish she has a safe trip and will see her soon. 🤩

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Available Now Jobs for you

Are you looking for a job, here are some jobs for you, please apply online :

1. KITCHEN-HAND CLEANERS FIFO HOUSE-KEEPER FIVE STAR CLEANER WANTED ASAP

KITCHEN HAND WANTED ASAP 

YOU MUST HAVE A POLICE CLEARANCE PLEASE APPLY NOW 

USE CV CHECK ONLINE

AND ATTACH THE RESULTS TO YOUR RESUME PLEASE 

WANTED UTILITY FOR SHUTTS COMING UP TO CHRISTMAS 

MUST HAVE C CLASS LICENCE 

GARDENER – ALLROUNDER – HOUSEKEEPER 

UTILITY 

 URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENT 

EXPERIENCED MINE SITE CLEANER WANTED ASAP

MUST HAVE A CURRENT AUSTALIAN DRIVER LICENCE C CLASS  (manual)

            MUST HAVE A CURRENT POLICE CLEARANCE 

  1. IF YOU HAVE APPLIED BEFORE AND YOU HAVE THE APPROPRIATE SKILLS PLEASE RE-APPLY… 
  2. TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THIS JOB 
  3. FIVE STAR HOUSEKEEPER / CLEANER FOR MINE SITE WANTED ASAP
  4. If you have applied before and you want to-do FIFO work please reapply as we only keep resumes on file for 2 weeks 

We are looking for 5 star cleaners with experience in 5 star hotels

Housekeeping and cleaning

These jobs are for fly in fly out on mine sites in Western Australia.

  We need 4 cleaners to fly out ASAP Ongoing

  1. Experience in commercial cleaning
  2. Ability to pass a pre-employment medical and drug screening
  3. High level of physical fitness
  4. AUSTRALIAN DRIVER LICENCE …………. C CLASS
  5. Strong commitment and loyalty
  6. Ability to adapt to any situation
  7. Ability to get on with other people
  8. Eligibility to work in Australia
  9. Safety awareness and safe work ethic
  10. Must be able to fly out from Perth.

We specialize in providing hospitality staff to remote sites around Western Australia at short notice and are seeking flexible and committed staff that enjoy rotating rosters and short-term work.

All Candidates must be eligible to work in Australia and must be able to fly out from Perth.

Australian residents and travellers with appropriate working visa are welcome.

To register your interest please clicks the “Apply Now” button below.

Please go to the website to apply: https://www.seek.com.au/job/36873702?type=standard

 

2. SUPPORT WORKER DOMESTIC CLEANER CASUAL

Volunteer Home SupportMore jobs from this company

Support Worker Domestic Cleaner (Casual)

Monday – Friday 8.00am – 4.06pm

3 Aug 2018LocationPerthFremantle & Southern Suburbs

Salary$25 – $34.99 per hour

Work TypeCasual/Vacation

ClassificationCommunity Services & DevelopmentAged & Disability Support

LIKE HELPING THE FRAIL AGED AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES?

Generous Salary Sacrifice benefits reducing what you pay the tax man is available after a qualifying period.

How about we supply the car, equipment, a phone and a uniform?

Then read on!

We are looking for a motivated self starter who enjoys cleaning for our frail aged clients in the Melville, Cockburn, Rockingham and Fremantle areas,.

You must have;

• Good level of written, verbal, interpersonal communication and problem solving skills
• Experience in working with the Aged and People with Disabilities
• Must hold a valid Drivers Licence & current Police Clearance.
• Preferable to hold Certificate III in Individual Support Aged Care or be prepared to undertake course at organization expense.

STILL INTERESTED?

Apply by email with a covering letter outlining experience and CV, together with current Police Clearance to:

jodie@volunteerhomesupport.com.au

no phone calls accepted

Please go to the website to apply: https://www.seek.com.au/job/36875699?type=standard

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Mother and Son!

Meet Ana Maria and her son Marcos who have been studying at Lexis Perth for 2 weeks. This is what Ana had to say.

Why did you decide to come to Perth/Lexis?

When we decided to come to Australia we thought about Sydney and the other big cities but we decided to come to Perth as it was a bit smaller and we had heard that Perth was very beautiful. Once we decided to come to Perth and Australia I contacted an agency in Spain who recommended Lexis.

You are living in a homestay, how have you enjoyed the experience?

It’s been very interesting to see how Australians live. We really wanted a unique experience rather than just being a “tourist”. The family are really nice and friendly and it has been fantastic to share experiences such as cooking and joking. I can say for both myself and Marcos we really feel like we are a part of the family.

You’re here with your son Marcos who has joined our TAP* program, is he enjoying it?

Oh yes, he really is. Marcos has always wanted to come to Australia but being only 13 we decided it was better to come together, however I am very careful not to spend time with him at school. One of the reasons he wanted to come to Australia was because of the animals. He thought that there would be animals everywhere!

(Unfortunately we don’t have Kangaroos jumping around our back gardens in the city!)

He loves the English classes, the other students and the activities. He is more worried about doing his homework here in Perth than in Spain! He is very happy with the other TAP students and Marcos is really enjoying the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and has also really enjoyed the experience of studying with older students.

What has been the best thing about Perth and Lexis?

The people that we have met in general. I like Scarborough a lot and I feel comfortable but the best thing has been the people.

What would you say to someone who is thinking about coming to Lexis Perth?

GO….just go to Perth and Lexis and don’t hesitate. If we could we would have stayed longer.

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Ana Maria, we thoroughly enjoyed having you and Marcos as students here at Lexis. We wish you all the best in the future and thank you so much for your time answering these questions.

* TAP (Teenage Activity Program) open to teenagers aged between 12 and 17 years old. Lexis English Juniors can be assured of a high quality academic experience, within an industry-leading group of language schools located at Byron Bay, Noosa, Perth, and the Sunshine Coast. At Lexis English we welcome over 1000 junior students each year and with a cutting-edge curriculum, the security and comfort of full government accreditation and carefully selected homestay families; we can ensure a level of care and support that our junior students require, along with a genuine life-changing experience.

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