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We all know the Central Coast is a great place to live and work.  Here is some of the activity from this week, helping connect our top quality, local candidates with fantastic job opportunities in the region.
Business Administration Trainee
The successful applicant will be required to undertake a 12 month Certificate III in Business Administration facilitated by Novaskill.
Experience in structural steel and site work an advantage, must be trade qualified.
An opportunity for an energetic, self motivated person to join our small friendly team. Duties include managing accounts, payroll, invoicing, basic financial reporting and general administrative duties including typing and filing.
Sick of the 9⇒5 lifestyle? Start your OWN Business today!!
Work from anywhere with simply your laptop and phone to earn extraordinary money, enjoy an interesting and professional occupation, all the while introducing the work/life balance you’ve always wanted.
"I was happy with the process of registering and advertising online with Jobs On The Coast.  I would definitely use Jobs On The Coast again should I need to find further staff in the future."
Vanessa Paynter, Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network
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Sports & General Rehabilitation Clinic
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Massage Therapist
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Trainee Office Administrator 
Central Coast Group Training
Experienced Driver/Removalist
A Man in Demand Removals
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Broadland Solutions
1st Year Upholstery Apprentice
Central Coast Group Training
Trainee Warehouse Assistant
Central Coast Group Training
Trainee Receptionist
Central Coast Group Training
Point Clare
Scott brothers retire after almost a century of railway service
Between them brothers Peter and Albert Scott have clocked up close to a century of working for the State’s rail system and this year they both retire.
Source: Central Coast Gosford Express Advocate
Long Jetty’s revamped swimming and boating precinct proves a hit with young and old
IT WAS chilly and blustery but nothing was going to stop Brayden Sutton from hitting the sand at the Central Coast’s newest beach at Long Jetty on ­Wednesday.
Source: Central Coast Gosford Express Advocate
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JobsOnTheCoast is partnered with leading local organisations that share our commitment to empower the growth of long-term employment on the Central Coast. 
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