HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE!
This morning Lexis Noosa students received a visit from the easter bunny. Each class were given easter eggs to nibble on in class!
Hope you all have a fabulous long weekend. Don’t eat too many chocolates!
1. Travel Company Wants You! – Listed 28.3.18
If you are a young energetic traveller, that likes working in the travel industry, we want to hear from you! We need travel lovers to promote our Travel App called Travello.
Pay is $20/hr some incentive bonuses.
Travello is a social network for travellers used in 180 countries, it’s free to download on iPhone & Android. The app shows travellers around you, has a feed of local travellers pictures and also has local deals etc.
We need people to promote the app around Noosa & surrounds. You will need to have tried the app and know what it does, because you may need to show people on your phone.
So if you love travel and love chatting to travellers – we want to hear from you!
Job can start asap. Call Ryan Hanly on 0415 214 215
2. Miss Moneypenny’s is looking for a Chef, Host and a Bartender – Listed 26.3.18
Miss Moneypenny’s is a high volume venue that is open all day, seven days. It is high end, yet accessible and non-pretentious.
It showcases an international bar menu including traditional Napoli style pizzas, and a core lunch and dinner menu which is based on Mediterranean/coastal home style food. We focus on quality ingredients, beautifully seasoned food, consistency and meticulous detail.
This is an opportunity for casual chefs to come on board to produce high quality food, and learn from our new Heads Chef, who is one of the very best in the industry.
Successful candidates will ideally possess:
· Experience in high volume restaurants
· Experience with Mediterranean coastal food
· Excellent presentation, time management, reliability and communication skills
· A genuine passion for good food
· Meticulous attention to detail and consistency
· Ability to communicate with large teams inclusive of wait staff
· A passion for hospitality and people
Miss Moneypenny’s offers excellent working conditions in a fun team environment … in one of the most prestigious and beautiful streets in Australia.
Applicants should have the expectation for long term employment.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted for an interview. Call Gene on 0420862234 or head in to Miss Moneypennies to hand in your resume.
3. HASTINGS ST BAKERY – Bakery Staff wanted Listed on 24.3.18
We are looking for a shop assistant who has excellent customer service, enthusiastic, hard working and reliable to join our team.
If you are flexible with hours and available school holidays please come into the bakery, introduce yourself with a copy of your resume any day before 11am.
Call Hayley Hunter on 0418865611
4. Haru Korean Kitchen is looking for a Korean waitress – Listed 20.3.18
Haru Korean Kitchen in Noosa Junction is looking for a Korean waitress.
– Mon ~Sat / 6pm~ late
– Customer service and simple kitchen assistance
Please send your resume firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 0411 042 922
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Lexis Noosa Ping Pong Competition. We had 32 students battle it out for eternal glory at Lexis Noosa but unfortunetly there can only be one winner.
Congratulations to Lyndon for winning our Lexis Noosa Ping Pong Competition! Yeah!!! Second place went to Fabian and third place went to Rafael. Well done boys!!
Hope you all enjoyed your activity and looking forward to seeing you on the next one!
This morning we welcome 7 new General English students and 6 new TAP (Teen Activity Program) students to Lexis Noosa.
We have our 6 new TAP students all from Japan – Kanon, Suzuka, Ayana, Yusuke, Karen and Okutani. And then we have our 7 new General English starters – Shima, Sono, Moe and Kana from Japan, Sylvio from Germany, Seunghan and Yeong Ju from Korea.
We hope you all have a wonderful time here at Lexis Noosa!
Ryugaku Journal Inc. have presented their ‘Best school award 2018-Staff category’ to Lexis English Noosa as No.1! Lexis English Noosa has won this award in recognition of providing excellence in education in the key areas of teaching & administrative support, lessons, facilities, accommodation and environment. Best schools were schosen based on the reports of 500 Ryugaku Journal students studying overseas.
Thank you to all of the staff that helped make this happen.
We love working at Lexis English Noosa.
Assessment and Reporting Lexis Style
At Lexis, our 360 degree support is also reflected in our Assessment and reporting. On arrival, student visa holders are given a detailed study plan during their initial interview which is given to their teachers and also forwarded to their agents.
During their second week, all students are given a feedback survey and asked to report on their class, their teacher and the administration staff. We also check if everything is fine with their accommodation and host families. For our student visa holders, this is followed up by a personal interview with the academic manager. This way, any initial problems or worries can be resolved quickly and efficiently.
Every four weeks, all students will have a personal interview with their class teacher and receive a full written report.
The teacher will address each English skill, and how the student is progressing compared to their initial testing and for the level that they are studying in. They are given academic advice and suggestions for GIL (guided individual learning). The student also completes a report on their teacher and learning. This 360 degree reporting enables us to monitor our students and our academic teaching methods and ensure the best possible outcomes.
Every student will receive a final exit report and certificate in their last week. The student is asked to complete a detailed exit survey to give us feedback on all areas of their Lexis Noosa experience including accommodation and activities.
What a wonderful activity to do after a long day of studing English. A great way to relax, unwind and just have FUN!
Inga from In Your Flow is our beautiful instructor today. She is teaching our Lexis Noosa students how to hula hoop with some special tips and tricks.
Don’t forget to check out our Hula Hoop videos on our Facebook page 🙂
Jaqui and Sabina are studying at Lexis Noosa in General English. Although it’s a while for both of them since they have studied they are both enjoying the challenge. Jaqui enjoys the friendly atmosphere of the classes and thinks that speaking with different nationalities is a good idea. Sabina has been away for the weekend with students of different ages and is looking forward to travelling around Australia after she finishes her course. Both students have tried different sporting activities and Jaqui has enjoyed the beach lifestyle in Noosa.
This morning we welcomed 4 new General English students and 24 new Cambridge students to our Lexis Noosa campus.
And welcome to our Cambridge starters!
Celebrating the first day of Cambridge, the whole school went down to Cornerstone Pub to enjoy a cold beverage and some delicious snacks put on by Lexis English Noosa.
Hope you all enjoyed the afternoon! Don’t forget to say hello to all of our new students when you see them around the school.
What could be better than an afternoon of eating food and enjoying the beautiful views of the Laguna Lookout.
The lookout has an incredible panoramic view that takes in Noosa. You can see the ocean, river and the distant hinterland.
The view will take your breath away.
Looks like all of the students enjoyed their afternoon filled with plenty of laughs, fun and scrumptious food.
Here are a few jobs that I have found on the Gumtree website. Happy job hunting!
Listed on 15.3.18 – www.Gumtree.com.au
Brand new Teppanyaki / Modern Japanese A la carte opening shortly in Noosa, Brand new team and fit out which includes brand new kitchen. Seeking chefs/cooks thatcan cook and prepare sushi / sashimi and Tempura. This restaurant is located close to everything ample parking and a management team that is friendly and professional. To be a part of this exciting new venture please send resume which should include a contact no. Also all applicants should have the right to work in Australia.
Listed on 15.3.18 – www.gumtree.com.au
Experienced Cook/Chef required for busy river front restaurant. Are you a team player, organised, flexible? Probation period applies, part or full time hours available for the right candidate. Please email your resume with a contact number!!! Sandip.email@example.com
Listed on the 14.3.18 – www.gumtree.com.au
Noosa Boathouse is an iconic 3 level bistro, bar & events destination on the Noosa River offering a lunch and dinner restaurant, fish & chips takeaway, coffee bar, rooftop sunset bar and stunning weddings & events spaces. We are looking for an experienced Front of House Supervisor to join our team.
Listed on the 14.3.18 – www.gumtree.com.au
Mr Jones and Me Restaurant Bar Grill is located in Noosaville on the Sunshine Coast. We are currently seeking casual and full-time chefs and cooks to join our kitchen team. Please see our menu online for the style of cuisine we offer. Roster and salary are flexible depending on the applicant.
Please send all resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Listed on the 14.3.18 – www.gumtree.com.au
Looking for an enthusiastic person, must have coffee experience, and a basic food prep knowledge as well. 3 set days a week with the availability of more. Definate Fri, Sat and Mon. Please send resume to my email. email@example.com Cheers.
It is always so sad when our Cambridge groups have to leave us after 10-11 long weeks. All the best for the future everyone and of course good luck on your exams!
CAE 3 Class: Yanik, Mateus, Natallia, Sina, Rebcca, Alexandre, Anja, Katja, Raphael and Noah.
CAE 1 Class: Claudine, Michelle, Vanessa, Jessica, Helson, Alexis, Carmela, Kohji, Joel, Florine, Samira and Florian.
CAE 2 Class: Isabela, Jasmin, Ines, Samuel, Jolanda, Sonia, Laura, Maxime and Michaela.
Hope you all enjoy your travels after Lexis! Appreciate all of what beautiful Australia has to offer.
We love hearing stories that warm our hearts.
Rainer Keller was a student at Lexis English Noosa that studied the Cambridge CAE course with our wonderful teacher Phil back in 2014. Rainer said that when he was studying at Lexis he met the love of his life Keiko who was also studying at Lexis. We are so glad that you both found happiness together.
This is the beautiful email we received from Rainer Keller:
I’m writing to you 4 years after I left Noosa because Lexis changed my life forever and I wanted to share this with you. At school I met a wonderful girl from Japan, who became my wife just 2 years later. This is me together with my wife Keiko Okuyama at our wedding party in Japan, and 3 other former Lexis students (Miiku Sako and Ayane Kawagoshi from Japan & Donghoon Lee from South Korea).
Now they are happy parents with a gorgeous baby girl, Yuna.
We love getting visits from old students.
Akiko studied General English at Lexis Noosa for 17 weeks back in 2015. After her studies Akiko completed farm work to get her second year visa to then move up to Cairns. In Cairns Akiko got a housekeeping job and worked on an overnight boat for a year. The job was 5 days on and 3 days off and her job consisted of housekeeping duties, kitchen hand and training for her dive master to then be a tour guide for the scuba divers.
Akiko said that the best part of her job was the free scuba diving everyday!
She met people from all over the world and absolutely loved her job. Now Akiko is moving to New Zealand to work on a ski resort on the South Island. We love hearing happy and exciting travel adventures from our ex-students.
Thank you for visiting Akiko Miyamoto.
Welcome to our 10 new students at Lexis Noosa this morning!
We are welcoming Nicolas, Sven, Claudia and Larissa from Switzerland. Jeongbong and Dong Hee from Korea. Miko from Japan and Marta from Spain.
Hope you all have a great time at Lexis English and enjoy your time here in Australia!
This afternoon Lexis Noosa students enjoyed a surf lesson. The rain held off for us which is very lucky.
Everyone picked it up so quickly! Hope you all enjoyed the afternoon and have a great weekend!!
Don’t forget that there are so many awesome events happening this weekend. Check out our Facebook page to find out more.
This afternoon Lexis Noosa students got to join a Zumba class with NoosaZumba’s amazing teacher Nella! Zumba is an aerobic fitness program featuring ovements inspired by various styles of Latin American dance and performed primarily to Latin American dance music.
The class was filled with plenty of laughs and smiles which shows that Zumba is a fun and exciting way to work out!
Check out our Facebook page for some great videos!
1. HOUSEKEEPING – Premium Resorts Noosa
Are you keen to earn money around school hours? Contact me if you are interested in housekeeping in major resorts in the Noosa area. All equipment is provided and no transport required. Start now! Call Peter Mead on 0408 726 696 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
2. EXPERIENCED FLOOR STAFF REQUIRED – Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
Are you an experienced Waiter or waitress? Do you speak high English and have good communication skills with all types of customers? Well read on…. We are looking for someone that is able to work weekdays and weekends at our busy café bar. You must have previous experience in the hospitality industry ideally in Australia. You will be able to take customer orders, up sell and provide excellent levels of service. Knowledge of a point of sale system is advantageous. There are lots of hours available for the right candidate. If you are on a working holiday visa we ask that you have at least 6 months remaining on your visa. Call or Text Louise Thomas on 0406788159 if you are interested.
3. JAPANESE RESTAURANT NOOSA JUNCTION
Do you want to work in Noosa’s newest Japanese teppanyaki and a la carte restaurant? Looking for front of house, bartenders, dishwashers, and kitchen hands. Must be hard working , have a good attitude and present well. Applicants must speak both English and an Asian language. Full-time or part-time and casual positions. Please send your resume plus a recent photo and tell us about your hospitality experience. E-mail us at Japaneseinnoosa@gmail.com
4. NEW CAFE LOOKING FOR STAFF – NOOSA HEADS
We are opening a brand-new café at : shop 29/18 Hasting Street, Noosa Heads, 4567
We are looking for Full time/Part time staffs to join our team in a thriving environment.
Highly motivated and passionate
Able to work under pressure with good attitude
Weekend availability essential
Café all rounder
Please send your resume to: email@example.com
Thank You – Frank, Cafe63 Noosa
5. DISHWASHER JOB 5 NIGHTS/WEEK – NOOSAVILLE
Busy Noosaville restaurant seeking dishwasher for night work only. Wednesday to Sunday 6.30pm start approx 3 hrs per night. MUST have experience doing dishes in busy fast paced commerical business before. Immediate start! Message Michelle on Gumtree by clicking on this link!
6. CASUAL DISH HAND – SIROCCO NOOSAVILLE
A bar/cafe/restaurant in Noosaville is seeking a casual Dish Hand (up to 30 hours per week) to join our team. To be considered for this role you should:
To apply for this job click on the link | Sirocco Noosaville Job
Welcoming Livia, Nadia, Yara, Maxime, Daniela, Alexandra and Jasmin from Switzerland. Kana, Momoka and Mika from Japan. Mathilde from France, Luiza from Brazil, Yue from China, Lide and Elene from Spain and last but not least Hyomi from Korea.
Hope you all enjoy your time in Noosa!
On Friday afternoon the Lexis Noosa students enjoyed a great game of beach soccer. A perfect way to spend a Friday afternoon if you ask me! Surrounded by good mates, sunshine and the beautiful blue water.
A perfect way to spend a Friday afternoon if you ask me! Surrounded by good mates, sunshine and the beautiful blue water.
Perfect conditions for a game of beach soccer as the tide was very low. After a good hour of playing the students made their way over to the red and yellow flags for a cool down swim.
The afternoon option class Travel Australia have enjoyed sharing travel stories and advice. They explore different places to stay as well as information and tips on staying healthy as they travel. Many students plan a two or three month holiday after their English courses. Ramona recently returned and met up with fellow student Patrick to swap stories. Ramona said that three months travelling around Australia was not enough as she still wanted to visit Tasmania. She is planning to return in 18 months with her sister and study more and travel. The best tip she gave Patrick was not to drive at night on rural roads. She mentioned that there was so much amazing wildlife that can be injured at night.
Their teacher Maria spent 2015 with her family driving around Australia and doing farm and voluntary work. There is also an on-site travel agent at Noosa who has a wealth of knowledge to share. It’s a great opportunity for students to plan their adventures!