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    I believe I could do this at least until bubba hits school. I am a teacher and was planning to go back 2 days per week but bubba would have to go to day care. I could probably make similar (ish) kind of money doing night fill during the week and not pay for day care and get the joy of being with my baby all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    I do nightfill at woolies. During the week I work from 7-midnight so I still get enough sleep to get up for the kids and school. On fri and Sat night's I do 8 hrs because I can sleep in on the weekend's and dh gets up for the kids. The money is good and it's even better on weekends!
    Do you mind saying how much an hour?

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    Casual is approx $24p/h and goes up after midnight Fri to time and a half and after midnight Sat it's dbl time.

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    Even better than nightfill, is homeshop/ coles online ( picking internet orders)
    Hours tend to be similar to nightfill as well as an early morning shift.
    You seriously just get paid to wander around with a trolley. You scan items as you pick them, pack them, and that's the bulk of what your job entails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Even better than nightfill, is homeshop/ coles online ( picking internet orders)
    Hours tend to be similar to nightfill as well as an early morning shift.
    You seriously just get paid to wander around with a trolley. You scan items as you pick them, pack them, and that's the bulk of what your job entails.

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    How do you go about getting those jobs? I thought that would be something just usual employees would do? I like the sound of that.

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    Applying through their websites they are rare as hens teeth though. Im looking for the same thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by acerbaby View Post
    How do you go about getting those jobs? I thought that would be something just usual employees would do? I like the sound of that.
    Just online, through the coles and woolies websites.
    I use to do it when homeshop very first came to Brisbane.
    Like anything in a supermarket they have a specified department for homeshop, so employ people just for that role.
    Keep an eye out. Around this time of a year is good as a lot of places are hiring xmas casuals.
    Good luck.

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