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Best Job for Students & Travellers

– Casual & Regular Work
– You can choose the day you want to work
– Work available all 7 days

Walk in Interviews & Induction

All you need to do is come to our office at 2.00 PM Monday to Friday.
Attended induction and start working the next day.

Please bring in

a. Photo ID ( Passport/ Aus Driver License)
b. Face mask (Covid Safe)
c. Pen to take notes

Email: walkers@AdvertisingPrinting.com.au

Gumtree Job Advert

Address:

Unit1, 7 Percy St, Auburn NSW 2144

10 Minutes walk from Auburn Train Station (next to Kennard’s Storage)

02 9643 1250 / 1300 33 00 50

Attend induction today and start working tomorrow
The Best Job for Students & Walkers

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