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Re: JOBS

Post by witty_pseudonym » Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:28 pm

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Re: JOBS

Post by Friday » Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:29 pm

just did! ;)

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Post by huge » Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:32 pm

Scholtzy wrote:Still after a casual job. Seems like now really is a bad time to be looking for a job. :tard:


do you know lots about computers and stuff?
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Post by Scholtzy » Wed Jan 21, 2009 12:19 pm

huge wrote:
Scholtzy wrote:Still after a casual job. Seems like now really is a bad time to be looking for a job. :tard:


do you know lots about computers and stuff?


I know a bit.

No training or anything but I did IT support for a few months. Basic networking stuff, auditing, installing / ghosting new machines, driver troubleshooting etc.

I've applied for a AV technician job a mcec, would be sweet to get that, at least I've got some training in audio.

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Post by huge » Wed Jan 21, 2009 12:58 pm

ahh too late anyhow. huhu sorry. was tryin to see if they needed more peeps at the tennis. no dice
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Re: JOBS

Post by Scholtzy » Wed Jan 21, 2009 1:04 pm

all good man, thanks for keepin an eye out :)

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Re: JOBS

Post by *catalyst » Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:19 pm

Hi,

I'm thinking of making some life changes and I'm trying to think of a job I can do.
I'd like something with not a great deal of human contact, but I'm afraid I'd be useless at manual labor.

I'd also like to be able to travel to this job via public transport. Money isn't a huge issue (never earnt much anyway!!!) So don't be hesitant to suggest anything!

If anyone has any suggestions I'd be very thankful,

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Re: JOBS

Post by same o » Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:28 pm

hmmm gigilo would be out of the question with the whole contact thing.

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Re: JOBS

Post by *catalyst » Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:29 pm

Absolutely, and, I think there are a few more boxes I don't tick for that job!
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Re: JOBS

Post by same o » Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:31 pm

well u would be ticking boxes if u did it..

in a manner of speaking ny way

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Re: JOBS

Post by deviant » Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:40 pm

licking boxes?

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Re: JOBS

Post by mecka » Thu Feb 05, 2009 4:31 pm

*catalyst wrote:Hi,

I'm thinking of making some life changes and I'm trying to think of a job I can do.
I'd like something with not a great deal of human contact, but I'm afraid I'd be useless at manual labor.

I'd also like to be able to travel to this job via public transport. Money isn't a huge issue (never earnt much anyway!!!) So don't be hesitant to suggest anything!

If anyone has any suggestions I'd be very thankful,

-Lachie


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Re: JOBS

Post by *catalyst » Thu Feb 05, 2009 5:33 pm

Tired of a bit more than vanbar.
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Re: JOBS

Post by Brain » Fri Feb 06, 2009 9:30 am

*catalyst wrote:Hi,

I'm thinking of making some life changes and I'm trying to think of a job I can do.
I'd like something with not a great deal of human contact, but I'm afraid I'd be useless at manual labor.

I'd also like to be able to travel to this job via public transport. Money isn't a huge issue (never earnt much anyway!!!) So don't be hesitant to suggest anything!

If anyone has any suggestions I'd be very thankful,

-Lachie


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Re: JOBS

Post by quiet roar » Fri Feb 06, 2009 10:31 am

Storeman's a good job, if you can find any manufacturers still operating. Would help if you got a forklift license
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Re: JOBS

Post by apophenian » Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:54 pm

Hey Laushy, have you thought of doing some short term computer programming/design/whatever course?

You would be surprised how far a little enthusiasm goes

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Re: JOBS

Post by breaksRbest » Sun Feb 08, 2009 12:33 pm

Major life changes coming my way too, my business has all but shat itself and I'll be looking for a 'real' job as soon as next week

pretty farken depressed about it, but I've been flogging a dead horse for too long now & need to let go.

I'll probably have to do some casual work until the right job comes along, so if anyone knows of anything then please hit me up

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Re: JOBS

Post by quick » Sun Feb 08, 2009 11:18 pm

Sorry to hear Glenny... You can send me your resume if you want to work for Sensis, you know enough about the job, not sure if thats what you're after tho.
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Re: JOBS

Post by breaksRbest » Mon Feb 09, 2009 5:24 pm

Thanks Quickster, will send ya my CV shortly (updating it now)
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Re: JOBS

Post by Stray » Tue Feb 17, 2009 1:25 pm

Transmission Games

Concept Artist Position

We are seeking an additional experienced and talented Concept Artist to add vibrancy and artistic flair to our projects. Successful applicants will be responsible for designing and illustrating exciting and functional assets which include characters environments, vehicles and props.

Requirements:
- Advanced skills using Photoshop or Painter (Photoshop is preferred)
- Proven ability to concept assets from thumbnail through to pre-visualization
- Ability to use Zbrush / Mudbox is desirable though not essential
- A passion for multiple genre games is highly regarded

Location: Melbourne
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: Permanent
Salary: Salary negotiable dependent upon experience
Applications close Friday 27th February
Please note: all applications MUST be accompanied by a portfolio of illustrative artwork


PM me for details

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Re: JOBS

Post by ghetto kitty » Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:28 pm

Looking for a Head Chef at Miss Libertine...

pm me for deets

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Re: JOBS

Post by Stray » Thu Apr 23, 2009 11:03 pm

Transmission Games

We are seeking an experienced IT Support Specialist to join the studio that will be responsible for monitoring and maintaining the computer systems and networks of the organisation.

Reporting to the Technical IT Manager, IT Support Specialist will also be required to install and configure computer systems, diagnose hardware/software faults and solve technical problems, providing a high level of customer service to ensure end user satisfaction.



Key duties and responsibilities:



* Responsible for the full lifecycle of Incidents and problems.
* Maintaining a high level of customer support.
* Provide pro-active Problem Management through checking manufacturer web sites, product updates and testing.
* Implementing fixes and solutions where appropriate.
* Using existing skills and knowledge as well as appropriate support resources to find resolution to customer incidents.



To be successful in this role you will have:

* At least 2 years experience in an IT support role.
* Excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills for problem resolution.
* Excellent verbal communication skills and attention to detail.
* Ability to generate strong and lasting relationships with our internal customers.
* Strong understanding of Networks, protocols and internet technologies.
* The ability to troubleshoot: Windows XP, Windows Applications and Hardware errors.

· A team orientated approach with the ability to work autonomously when required.

· Awareness of ISO / BSI and ITIL frameworks would be a benefit.

· Vendor Qualifications (MCP, CCNA, etc) would be a benefit.

· Experience with Linux and LDAP is highly desirable, though not essential.



Location: Melbourne
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: Permanent
Salary: Salary negotiable dependent upon experience

Applications close Friday 8th May 2009

PM Me for further details

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Re: JOBS

Post by kronz » Tue May 26, 2009 10:42 am

I have decided to look for another job and i am very excited about.

For those that know me, i know this is a big risk but fuck it!

If any of you out there know of any accounting or audit jobs out there please let me know.

nic how is your accounting business going? any room for me :teef:
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Post by C.I.A. » Tue May 26, 2009 4:11 pm

kronz wrote:I have decided to look for another job and i am very excited about.

For those that know me, i know this is a big risk but fuck it!

If any of you out there know of any accounting or audit jobs out there please let me know.

nic how is your accounting business going? any room for me :teef:


To quote Leo Tolstoy from War and Peace "... when we are removed from our customary rut, we despair and all seems lost. But it is only then that the new and the good begins"

Go for it, C-man. I'll keep my ear to the ground... would you be interested in working in a professional services role that wasn't purely accounting (e.g. being accountant for large-scale infrastructure project, working for environmental consulting firm etc)? If so, lemme know. :)
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Re: JOBS

Post by same o » Tue May 26, 2009 4:30 pm

kronz wrote:I have decided to look for another job and i am very excited about.

For those that know me, i know this is a big risk but fuck it!

If any of you out there know of any accounting or audit jobs out there please let me know.

nic how is your accounting business going? any room for me :teef:


perhaps try leahman brothers

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Re: JOBS

Post by kronz » Tue May 26, 2009 10:00 pm

witty_pseudonym wrote::edit:
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Re: JOBS

Post by kronz » Tue Jun 09, 2009 7:01 pm

A friend of mine is in need of a computer programer to do casual work.

Looking for with someone with PHP and mysql experience willing to do contract work on web projects.

Experience with AJAX required and dojo experience would be a bonus. Pay would be around $30 an hour. Hours per week would be on a project by project basis.

The work is interesting and involves working with the latest web API's including twitter API and google maps API and others, so if you like web mashups this would be perfect.


If anyone is interested, PM me and I'll hook it up for you.

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Re: JOBS

Post by witty_pseudonym » Tue Jul 07, 2009 11:48 am

i need a new job.
this one fucking bites.
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Post by apophenian » Tue Jul 07, 2009 3:58 pm

Friend of mine had to run a reference check on an applicant - here is part of it:
How would you rate his/her performance?
Unsatisfactory was not very reliable, sick a lot, made a lot of mistakes, had troubles of coming up with solutions by himself, had a bad memory eg can not remember want he did and did not test systems


If you think you can do better than that and have skills with report generation using sql server, pm me...

Edit: here are full details of the job:
Develop and maintain a flexible, company-wide reporting solution using TM1 and other reporting software as appropriate
· Troubleshoot common problems with TM1 regarding data accuracy and deployment
· Administer and maintain the company’s reporting solutions
· Ensure TM1 availability and business continuance
· Strong experience with DTS/SSIS and SQL Server 2000/2005
· Excellent technical skills developing reports and solutions using SSRS
· A demonstrated understanding of finance and supply-chain management systems
· Creative problem-solving and software engineering skills
The non-essential stuff that will help get you to the top of our list:
· Experience with MDX and development of OLAP cubes
· Hands-on knowledge of Pronto ERP or similar
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Re: JOBS

Post by Amick » Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:39 pm

Two very good friends who are also ex co-workers lost their jobs today because of a technicality, without getting into details both of them had been with the company for 5 and 6 years respectively, now all down the drain and fired by a manager who's been in the company for around 7-8 months to make an example of them. Their infraction is something really minor that hasn't affected their performance or quality of work.

Totally fucked and i'm really cheesed off about it. Glad my contract wasn't renewed with that company. Assholes.

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Re: JOBS

Post by youthful_implants » Wed Jul 08, 2009 12:47 pm

Stray wrote:Transmission Games

Concept Artist Position

We are seeking an additional experienced and talented Concept Artist to add vibrancy and artistic flair to our projects. Successful applicants will be responsible for designing and illustrating exciting and functional assets which include characters environments, vehicles and props.

Requirements:
- Advanced skills using Photoshop or Painter (Photoshop is preferred)
- Proven ability to concept assets from thumbnail through to pre-visualization
- Ability to use Zbrush / Mudbox is desirable though not essential
- A passion for multiple genre games is highly regarded

Location: Melbourne
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: Permanent
Salary: Salary negotiable dependent upon experience
Applications close Friday 27th February
Please note: all applications MUST be accompanied by a portfolio of illustrative artwork


PM me for details


this would be such a great job. :smt007
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Re: JOBS

Post by Lizkins » Wed Jul 08, 2009 12:58 pm

spoke with HR about wanting to leave and how miserable i am at work, they don't want to lose me. i know too much! lol not sure what to do really. usually its one way or the other for me, pretty black and white, but this is all kinds of grey :?
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Re: JOBS

Post by quick » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:24 pm

can't they offer you a good raise to keep you?
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Re: JOBS

Post by Lizkins » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:26 pm

i wish, no one got pay rises except those that got promotions.
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Re: JOBS

Post by quick » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:32 pm

so leave... what is keeping you there... if its because they really want you to stay cos you know too much, then they need to pay for it... otherwise, do what you need to do for yourself.
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Re: JOBS

Post by Hardy » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:37 pm

quick wrote:so leave... what is keeping you there... .


Probably for money to live

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Re: JOBS

Post by Lizkins » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:54 pm

Hardy has it, also i like the rest of my team and the other people i work with. I am very employable don't get me wrong, but this market is just terrible to be looking in.
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Re: JOBS

Post by quick » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:07 pm

Hardy wrote:
quick wrote:so leave... what is keeping you there... .


Probably for money to live


you're an idiot...
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Re: JOBS

Post by quick » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:09 pm

Lizkins wrote:Hardy has it, also i like the rest of my team and the other people i work with. I am very employable don't get me wrong, but this market is just terrible to be looking in.


for sure, but don't let loyalty keep you from looking for something else to make you happier... if you're not happy... look or something better, which is unfortunate for them. It may be a crappy time to look, but there are always other oportunities.
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Re: JOBS

Post by Hardy » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:11 pm

quick wrote:
Lizkins wrote:Hardy has it, also i like the rest of my team and the other people i work with. I am very employable don't get me wrong, but this market is just terrible to be looking in.


for sure, but don't let loyalty keep you from looking for something else to make you happier... if you're not happy... look or something better, which is unfortunate for them. It may be a crappy time to look, but there are always other oportunities.


Loyalty is def a 2 way thing. If they don't show it back, they can eat a dick. But yeah it is a sucky time to look for work.

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Re: JOBS

Post by JAMESSSS » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:12 pm

Loyalty is a really tough one.

Stupid loyalty.
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Re: JOBS

Post by quick » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:12 pm

got to look after yourself first, cos no one else will
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Re: JOBS

Post by witty_pseudonym » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:20 pm

in all honesty, i think a lot of people are scared of 'the climate' at the moment so are staying put. there are jobs out there, and you might just find there's a smaller pool of applicants because people are reluctant to move around.

have a look what's out there liz, no harm in that. for all you know there might be the perfect position out there for you, there might be several. you won't know until you look though and you might be pleasantly surprised. ;)
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Re: JOBS

Post by Hardy » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:21 pm

quick wrote:got to look after yourself first, cos no one else will


I would look after you... for favours

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Re: JOBS

Post by Lizkins » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:35 pm

all good advice, just freakin a bit. i should just update my resume completely and send it out to a few recruiters and see what they say. never know i guess.
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Re: JOBS

Post by quick » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:45 pm

Lizkins wrote:all good advice


really?

Hardy wrote:
quick wrote:got to look after yourself first, cos no one else will


I would look after you... for favours
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Re: JOBS

Post by Lizkins » Wed Jul 08, 2009 5:10 pm

that was the best one
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Re: JOBS

Post by Sociopathic » Fri Jul 10, 2009 11:19 pm

Lizkins wrote:spoke with HR about wanting to leave and how miserable i am at work, they don't want to lose me. i know too much! lol not sure what to do really. usually its one way or the other for me, pretty black and white, but this is all kinds of grey :?

This might sound a bit fucked up, but honestly if you went and approached them and said you were un-happy at work and they didn't offer you SOMETHING be it monetary or otherwise they really aren't valuing you the way you deserve to be.

Even if they had tried to come to the table and think of solutions to try and make you happier.

Seriously it doesn't hurt to throw your resume out there test the waters see what you could get both money wise and satisfaction wise.

I managed to change jobs 3 times between November and March well to be specific between Halloween and easter, theres still jobs out there its just tougher market cause employers are being more picky about who they're willing to spend the money on because of the hype around the "gfc" haha sorry I love that acronym.

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Re: JOBS

Post by apophenian » Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:43 pm

Any freelance php developers out there? Will probably be looking for someone to do some work in the next couple of months.
Some experience with cms's like silverstripe/expressionengine/joomla etc would be good - paying around 70-80 p/h.

PM me if you are interested...

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Re: JOBS

Post by autumnleaves » Thu Jul 16, 2009 2:44 am

I would like some temp work for a month, casual/part time doing whatever. nothing sordid tho. got experience in retail, events, warehouse stuff, admin.. please let me know, particularly if around inner city!

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