Nurses are in demand in the CQ region
Nurses are in demand in the CQ region Leigh Jensen

15 jobs on offer in CQ right now

LOOKING for work? Here are 15 jobs available in the Central Queensland region.right now via this website's jobs section.

 

  • Rockhampton: Disability support worker at the Endeavour Foundation. Part time.

 

  • Rockhampton: Enrolled nurses at Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service. Full time.

 

  • Rockhampton: Fitters, boilermakers, scaffolders for UGL. Casual.

 

  • Rockhampton: Apprentice fitter at Department of Transport and Main Roads. Full time.

 

  • Rockhampton: Programmer/IT specialist at Dobinsons Spring and Suspension. Full time.

 

  • Gracemere: Centre supervisor/director at Gracemere Early Learning Centre. Full time.

 

  • Gracemere: Early childhood teacher at Gracemere Early Learning Centre. Full time.

 

  • Gracemere: Pharmacist at LiveLife Pharmacy. Full time.

 

  • Gracemere: Registered nurse at Gracemere Aged Care Facility (Blue Care). Part time.

 

  • Yeppoon: Instrumental music teacher/tutor at St Ursula's College. Part time.

 

  • Yeppoon: Boarding supervisor at St Ursula's College. Part time and casual.

 

  • Yeppoon: HC/MC truck drivers for JRT Construction and Equipment Hire. Casual.

 

  • Yeppoon: Head chef at Keppel Bay Sailing Club. Full time.

 

  • Emerald: Experienced underground miners at AMG Australian Mining Group. These are casual positions
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  • go to  www.themorningbulletin.com.au/jobs/ or via the jobs tag on this site

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