As of 30 June 2015 South Burnett CTC’s Employment division changed due to ceasing the delivery of Job Services Australia across the Gympie Employment Services Area. Although our employment division now looks a little different, we are continuing to provide assistance to South Burnett Regional Council and the Peanut Company of Australia (PCA) with their local recruitment needs. This includes temporary, full time, part time and casual employment opportunities through our labour hire division or directly within their organisation.
CTC Disability Services - CROSB (Community Respite Options South Burnett) provides services to meet the respite and family support needs of people with a disability living in the South Burnett region.
CTC Residential Services provides 24/7 residential care and support for children/young people with complex support needs.
CTC holds regular information sessions for people who are interested in working in either of these services. Dates for information sessions planned for 2016 are:
For further information or to lodge an expression of interest in attending one of these information sessions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our next PCA Intake session will be at the Enterprise Centre, 6 Cornish Street, Kingaroy 3pm sharp. During this session you will be given details about employment with PCA and you will be required to complete a fully supervised PCA application which includes a literacy / numeracy test.
The next intake sessions are:
Please ensure you bring your resume with you on the day.
Get Set for Work is a great opportunity for youth between 15 and 19 years to gain skills and experience to help them crack into the workforce. This project runs for 12 months with participants gaining:
Intensive employability and job search training is also a significant component of this project.
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CLICK HERE to download a referral form.
If you would like more information or would like to make a referral please contact Shelley on 0429 613 889 or email email@example.com.
Skilling Queenslanders for Work projects are funded and supported by the Queensland Government.