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Live local. Support local. Employ local.

Posted: 1pm 02 Apr 2020

Live local. Support local. Employ local.

The COVID-19 crisis is having a significant impact on the region’s workforce.

Many businesses and locals are finding themselves searching for alternative or additional employment.

Whereas, there are other industries, that are in high-demand and are looking to employ additional staff.

For those businesses that are looking at needing an extra set of hands – we urge you to be Moreton Bay Tough and think locally.

Moreton Bay Jobs

Moreton Bay Jobs, an initiative of Regional Development Australia, Moreton Bay is a FREE online platform dedicated to connecting jobseekers with potential employers in the Moreton Bay Region.

To post a job for free go to: https://moretonbayjobs.com.au/post-a-job/.

Jobseekers can upload their resume online and keep up to date with recently posted jobs on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/moretonbayjobs/

Note: During COVID-19 Moreton Bay Jobs are posting jobs from the Sunshine Coast for agricultural pick/packer and Brisbane for call center/mass recruitment jobs

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