Alistair Brightman

Unemployed couple need 'any job'

JOHN and Katrina Corbett moved to the Fraser Coast six months ago and so far have been unable to find work.

They are desperate to find employment as they don't like being on benefits and are only just surviving on the fortnightly payments.

John has worked in factories as a forklift driver/labourer and worked as a farm hand in a native plant nursery learning a variety of plants and procedures required in this industry.

Katrina is able to diversify into any position required. She has extensive customer service background working in sales with the ability to perform office procedures.

“I would love the opportunity to further my knowledge in reception or in an administration position and would be happy to undertake any training needed to fulfil the requirements,” Katrina said.

“I have a happy, bright personality and enjoy working within a team environment or unsupervised. I would love to be able to settle down and make Hervey Bay home.”

John is hard working, loyal and honest, has a forklift ticket, car and bike license and can use power tools and is also very good at woodwork.

He has completed the white/blue card training and is willing to train or learn any new procedures as required.

Please feel free to contact John or Katrina via email on jcorbett71@bigpond.com.au or phone 040 083 3016.

If you would like to promote yourself to a potential employer contact Peter Chapman at the Chronicle by emailing peter.chapman@ frasercoastchronicle.com.au.



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