There are all sorts of opportunities. From big companies to families needing help.
All sorts of hours, length of time needed and flexibility. And the employers are browsing the resumes now so get registered on the site if you haven’t already.
The range of jobs I have seen over the last few years is from as big as a management contract at a remote mine with a large wage down to a two day farm sitting job in return for a free site.
But there is so much more out there.
- House Sitting.
- Tourism chaperones for 6 weeks at a national tourism icon in Northern Territory.
- Van park care taking.
- Roadhouse or sheep station cooks, managers, relief care-takers, mechanics and book keepers.
- Lot’s for truck drivers, harvest drivers and the like.
- Nannies and educators for remote families.
- Nurses and other medical.
- Volunteers to help with rebuilding communities after floods.
- Self employment opportunities if you like that sort of thing.
- A lot of “park your van here and help me fix my fences for 3 weeks”. Or “paint my shed”, or “feed my dogs while we have a break”.
There are just so many things you can drop in and do for a while. Then move on to the next one.
It’s a great way to spend some time and meet the locals.
So register now. The more that register, the more opportunities that will come your way.