Gold Coast Jobs

The Gold Coast lies on Australia's East Coast in Queensland. Just a hundred km. from Brisbane and 850 km north of Sydney, the Gold Coast is teeming with natural wonders such as high mountain ranges and national parks known for their waterfalls, wildlife and hiking trails. This part of Queensland is actually known for its sun-kissed beaches, some of which are considered the surfers' paradise. With all these, you can expect tourism in the place to grow even more. In fact, tourism is one of the best sources of Gold Coast jobs. Gold Coast jobs abound in the hospitality industry with numerous hotels and resorts in the area.

Both professionals and skilled workers can also Gold Coast jobs from various business entities and industries in this part of Queensland. These industries include the following: retail trade, manufacturing, construction, hospitality services, education, wholesale trade, transport and storage, finance and insurance, government, fishing and farming, and mining.

Gold Coast jobs: hospitality services

These jobs include working as a tour guide or part of the hotel or resort staff. The booming tourism industry offers a lot of job opportunities in Gold Coast. You can rise to the ranks of being a hotel manager or start as a hotel service staff. Various Gold Coast facilities can help you build a career in the hospitality services.

Gold Coast jobs: education

It increasing population rate make the availability of services more widespread in this Queensland region. With more than a hundred schools, Gold Coast jobs may offer positions as teacher or instructor in different levels of education: primary, secondary and higher education. Part-time and full-time teaching positions are also available in the list of Gold Coast jobs.

Gold Coast jobs: business

In the business field, Gold Coast jobs may range from working as a storeperson to being an account manager. The field of marketing and finance also have job openings for accountants, retail and wholesale trade specialists, analysts, and insurance agents.

Gold Coast jobs: health care

Medical professionals can also find Gold Coast jobs in a number of health and medical care facilities. Gold Coast jobs in the field of medical care often require formal education and training when working in private or government hospitals.

Gold Coast jobs: for skilled workers

Skilled workers may qualify for Gold Coast jobs with a proper set of training in the field of construction, manufacturing, mining, fishing and farming. With experience and formal training, they can easily qualify for various Gold Coast jobs as labourers, electricians or plumbers.

Applying for Gold Coast jobs

Job search may be done through newspaper ads, online postings or with the help of employment agencies. Just make sure that the position is commensurate to your acquired experience, skill and education.

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31 March 2011

WCC success, Bennett's backing help Price land job.. read full story

HUNT TO DEBUT AGAINST BLUES

29 March 2011

Code-jumper Karmichael Hunt will make his AFL debut for the Gold Coast against Carlton on Saturday night... read full story

The sunshine rivalry begins

13 March 2011

THE first "Sunshine Stoush" as the Queensland media have named it, between the Gold Coast and Brisbane Lions, will be played this afternoon at Southport Oval, and it has certainly pricked the interest of the local community... read full story

NRL PRE-SEASON

26 February 2011

Prop Matt Scott and hooker Aaron Payne are the other contenders, along with long-time captain Johnathan Thurston, for the leadership job at North Queensland this season. All three will play in tonight's trial game against Gold Coast in Cairns. Superstar halfback Thurston remains at risk of losing the captaincy, and coach Neil Henry said a decision on the job would be made leading into round one of the premiership. Thurston played in the All Stars game two weeks ago, but this will be his first pre-season hit-out for the Cowboys. "I was pretty rusty in the All Stars game," Thurston said. "It was my first run in a while, so I'm looking forward to getting out there with the boys and seeing what we've got." The Cowboys will field a side that is close to full strength. The Titans' William Zillman (back) will miss the game... read full story

VFL backs mature-age rookies

22 October 2009

THE AFL's decision to grant clubs a second mature-age selection in this year's rookie draft would be a boon for players plying their trade in state leagues, VFL football operations manager John Hook said yesterday... read full story