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    Aww, wish I lived closer to Brisbane.
    Good luck to the applicants

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    Damn... I have a SN son, so I can't work away from home

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    Wish I was better suited to this. I only live 5 mins down the road but probably don't have good enough office skills.
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    Gosh I wish I lived in Brisbane... I'd love to work for Bubhub!

    Good luck to whoever gets an intetview!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipperRita View Post
    Wish I was better suited to this. I only live 5 mins down the road but probably don't have good enough office skills. I have a degree in politics (useless), 10 yrs experience as a flight attendant (useless), and am currently a student nurse (practical, but useless in an office).
    @RipperRita Why not apply anyway! I'm sure your skills are valid to the role in other ways. Like for instance your ability to provide excellent customer service. I bet you have good written and verbal communication skills and you're smart, you'd pick up the role specific processes quickly no doubt. I'm sure you know your way around a computer too

    Give it a crack, your experience may not be in a direct line to the role but your experience does provide you with skills that would be valuable to the role.

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    Oh this would be amazing! I tick a lot of these boxes and live 10 minutes away, but I'm pregnant hehe. Good luck to the applicants!

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    @ripperita - apply anyway.

    The worst that can happen is that ... you will get to have coffee and chat with Hilary


    and you never know - sounds like your skills are fairly varied - and they will happily teach you any specific skills you need ... so give it a go

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    bump for the afternoon crowd

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    Oh I would love this but the Gold Coast might be a bit far to come from

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    This sounds amazing!


 

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