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26-01-2015 18:33 #1
What school hours jobs are there...
26-01-2015 19:25 #2
If you want to avoid using before and after school care then there's not many options to work 9:30-2:30 but I would suggest retail. Possibly teachers aide work but that's very hard to get into.
26-01-2015 19:31 #3
I did housekeeping at a motel that was from 8am till anywhere between 11.30-12.30, there was a few of us working at once so the hours were less but you could find a job with more if it was just you doing it on your own.
I didn't have a resume or experience, I simply wrote a cover letter explaining my home cleaning duties and cleaning I was required to do in previous jobs before I became a stay at home mum and they were happy with that.
26-01-2015 19:42 #4
Many child care centres have a 'lunch cover' shift to.cover staff for lunch breaks, say, 11-3. They might be qualified or unqualified positions.
26-01-2015 19:53 #5
My sister does grocery merchandising. She sets her own hours, she can go into grocery stores anytime. Most of them have staff there from 4 am. She has to work anywhere between 15-20 hours per week depending on how much the store sells or the promotions tgey are running. She basically travels to the stores in her area, about 6 and orders, discusses any isssues with staff snd pops the stock out if they have not done it already. She can work any day Monday to Friday. On school holidays she starts at 4am or 5am and is home by 8am or 9am. During school terms she just drops the kids at school and is home about lunch. It is a great job, with great flexibility, she also gets mileage.
26-01-2015 20:07 #6
Teacher Aide! That is my job 😊
I had no experience per se, but volunteered at the school a bit then just handed in a resume and got a job!
All that is required is a blue card. Each school here in Qld is responsible for hiring their own staff
26-01-2015 20:28 #7
I know someone who is a daycare cook. Not all daycares have them but she works 8.30-3pm. She only has a food handling certificate.
26-01-2015 20:48 #8
I do admin/data entry/clerical work. It's not hard work to get into and a lot of non-retail employers have flexible hours.
ATM I work 4hrs/day two days a week. Which days and when is up to me.
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