Jobs Available 19.03.19

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Take a look at the job list below to see who is hiring around the Noosa Heads area at the moment. Don’t forget to keep handing those resumes out and do not give up!

Job Workshop is on every Tuesday afternoon if you need any resume, ABN or TFN assistance. Jessie will be in the Computer Room waiting to help you find a job.

 

1) Job: Apprentice chef/chef cooks needed

Where: Sumi Open Kitchen, Noosa Junction

Description: Japanese set menus,Wednesday-Sunday, dinner, charcoal grill, 26seats, fine dining, sake, wine, beer, whisky.

Link to ad: https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/noosa-heads/chef-cook/apprentice-chef-chef-cooks/1213161159

2) Job: Bar Tender Wanted!

Where: Cafe Le Monde on Hastings St, Noosa Heads

Description: Cafe Le Monde is seeking experienced bartenders with cocktail knowledge who will excel in a fast-paced, high level/volume environment. To be successful in your application you will need to be able to demonstrate:

– Genuine and friendliness towards customers

– Availability to work nights and weekends till late

– Positive attitude towards work and working hard

– Knowledge of wines and spirits

– Very good cocktail experience

– Efficient, tidy, and organised

– Valid RSA

– Specialty Coffee experience. Latte art on every coffee including under pressure.

This position offers you:

– A fun, positive, supportive working environment

– Room for career progression

Please apply by email. Attach your CV with a cover letter outlining why you are the person for the job to ryan@cafelemonde.com.au

Link to ad: https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/noosa-heads/bar-beverage-staff/bar-tender-wanted-/1212872402

 

3) Job: Pizza Chef, Chef & Apprentice Chef needed

Where: Noosa Heads

Description: The following positions are available:

-Pizza chef

Must be able to work in a fast environment and have experience with making hand stretched pizza. Knowledge of dough making essential. Pasta making would be ideal too.

-Experienced full-time chef

A variety of hours between two restaurants. Including breakfast, lunch and dinner. Must work well under pressure and be able to work in a team as well as being able to work solo. You will be able to share your ideas for specials and possibly a chance to put on the menu.

-Apprentice chef 1st or 2nd year

Looking for a hard working apprentice who is eager to learn and put in full effort to succeed within the industry Great working environment and team. Energetic and a chance to learn as you progress.

Link to ad: https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/noosa-heads/chef-cook/pizza-chef-chef-apprentice-chef-needed-for-italian-restaurant/1212846347

 

4) Job: Food and Beverage Attendant needed

Where: Hastings Street, Noosa Heads

Description: Looking to hire a waitress for a high paced restaurant on Hastings Street, Noosa Heads. Fluent in English, well presented, own transport essential. Need to be available for weekend work.

Link to ad: https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/noosa-heads/bar-beverage-staff/food-and-beverage-attendant-in-noosa-heads-queensland/1212153600

 

5) Job: Wait Staff Needed

Where: Fratellini, Sunshine Beach

Description: Fratellini is a busy Italian restaurant trading all day every day. As we enter the busy Easter trading period we are looking for professional wait staff that have at least 3 years experience working in upmarket (preferably Silver Service) restaurants, to work a mixture of mornings, evenings and weekends.

We are looking for team members that are happy, gregarious and outgoing, can carry a minimum of 3 plates, are used to looking after a busy section from seating customers to presenting them the bill.

We pay award wages including all weekend and public holiday loadings, 4 weeks paid holiday per year, 9.5% super plus tips.

If you live in the Noosa area, speak perfect English, have the necessary experience and ready to start work within 2 weeks please send your CV to a_cpowell@bigpond.com now thanks

If you do not have this level of experience please do not apply we do not have time to train so need someone to hit the ground running, sorry.

Link to ad: https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/noosa-heads/bar-beverage-staff/wait-staff/1212675632

6) Job: Part-time Cleaner

Where: Noosa House Keeping, Noosaville

Description: Abn required. You need to have a high level of spoken English. Cleaning and housekeeping experience in the Noosa area. You will be required to work 5 – 25 hrs per week and both days at the weekend. At least 1 years’ experience as a Cleaner.

Link to ad: https://jobs.joralocal.com.au/position/Bk2SjOVPV/details?tracking=seek

Happy job hunting!

Balloon Animal Workshop

This afternoon Lexis Noosa students enjoyed a Balloon Animal Workshop run by one of our very own students Junki from the Intermediate A class.

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Junki runs Balloon animal workshops for his work back in Japan.

Firstly Junki talked the students through how to make the balloon animals and the history behind them. Then he moved onto the workshop where he demonstrated a step by step tutorial on how to make them.

Hope everyone enjoyed their afternoon. There were definitely many laughs coming from the group this afternoon!

Meet Student Philipp Hänggi

 

My Stay in Noosa by Philipp Hänggi

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Phillip recently studied at Lexis Noosa both in general English and in an Accelerate Small Group Class. He kindly agreed to share his experiences with us. This is his story.

 

My stay in Noosa

My name is Philipp and I live in Switzerland. I decided to brush up on my English before starting a new job in Switzerland. I took some General English followed by an Accelerated Small Group Class. The combination of both courses was excellent. Both for meeting new exciting people and improving the language.

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Phillip in his small group class

I chose Noosa because of its nature, beautiful long beaches and because I prefer a charming town rather than a crowded city.

When I arrived in Noosa, I was even more impressed than I had expected by how green it was everywhere. It also means that there are always colourful birds twittering and bush turkeys sometimes with cute chicks around. No wonder that the bush turkey is the symbolic animal of Noosa.

I stayed at a homestay to get the experience how Aussies live and to improve my English even more. It was a very valuable decision which I really enjoyed.

There are plenty of activities people can do in and around Noosa. After school, I usually went surfing which is a must-do in Noosa for anyone of any skill from beginner to expert.

I also went paragliding many times to fly alongside the beach or over the gorgeous National Park to experience a wonderful sunset from a bird’s eye view. That was definitively one of my greatest highlights in Australia.

A bit less adventurous but no less interesting was jogging or walking through the National Park and looking for some Koalas which were hiding in the trees.

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With teacher Kerri and classmate Vanessa

Another amazing thing was simply the remarkable friendliness of the local people. It did not take long to get invited for a drink on the beach or even for a barbeque at their house.

That kindness is already reason enough to come back to Australia.

I am already looking forward to planning my next adventure Down Under and visiting some old friends.

 

 

 

 

 

Morning Visits

What a wonderful surprise to have an existing student come back for a visit at Lexis Noosa.

Franziska

Franziska studied with us back in October 2015 to January 2016. She has come back to Noosa for a holiday and to visit her amazing Host family that she met 3 years ago through Lexis Noosa. Her Host Father has also organised for her to work in his sisters outback pub in north Queensland. We hope you enjoy your Aussie experience.

Welcome to Noosa

Today Lexis Noosa welcomes 26 new students to the campus.

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So many new happy faces around the Lexis Noosa campus, don’t forget to say hello and make them all feel welcome.

We have Tiago, Grasiely and Giovanna from Brazil, Juan, Belinda and Alba from Spain, Deborah and Ramain from France, Reiko, Rei and Hyuga from Japan, Gayoung and Jinyoomee from Korea and Julian, Pascal, Fabienne, Nora, Rahel, Lea, Doreen, Andrea, Eliane, Jonathan, Simon, Stephanie and Claudia from Switzerland.

We hope you all have a wonderful time!

HIIT Exercise Class

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This afternoon Lexis Noosa students participated in a HIIT class taught by our wonderful homestay coordinator Simona.

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The students were excited it get a little bit of exercise in before the weekend! But there were also many laughs and a lot of fun had.

In the class they did many different exercises such as squats, lunges, bridges and much more.

 

 

Graduating students 26.10.18

Lexis Noosa says goodbye to 12 graduating students this afternoon!

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We say goodbye to Honami from Elementary

Lukas, Lynn, Asako and Julian from Pre-Intermediate

Sereina, Aneeta, Cristina, Maiko, Ae, Sherry and Eric from Intermediate

We will miss you all!

How do I get an RSA certificate?

If you need a job which requires an RSA certificate please come to our Job Workshop to find out how to get your RSA! It’s on every Tuesday at 2pm with our amazing teacher Sam.

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A Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate allows you to work in businesses which serve alcohol.

It only takes a couple of days and costs around $80.00.

Please remember that you are an international student which means that you must complete the RSA through a Cricos registered institution.

See you at Job Workshop!

Ex-student visits!

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Suzie and students

Sayaka Nagano and Mika Aruga met in 2008 whilst studying at Lexis English Noosa in teacher Suzies class. They are still best friends and returned to Noosa to celebrate ten years since their wonderful student days here. There were tears and smiles when they discovered that Suzie was still teaching here and it was a beautiful reunion. Sayaka married an Australian and has settled in Sydney working as a Kindy teacher. Mika lives in Tokyo and works as a medical engineer.  They said that they have still kept in touch with many of their international classmates and will never forget their  happy carefree days as a student in Noosa.

Thank you for coming in and sharing your story with us Sayaka and Mika.

Congratulations on the new job!

Lexis Noosa students have been busy job hunting lately. It only takes a little bit of hard work and determination to find a great job in Noosa! Marie-Zoe attended the Job workshop and received a lot of help from Sam with some great tips on how to get a job.

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Marie-Zoe

Where is your new job in Noosa? 

My new job is at Grill’d Healthy Burgers along Hastings Street.

What do you do at your new job?

I am a waitress and help in food preparation.

Congratulations Marie-Zoe and great work on the new job!

 

 

Welcome to Noosa 15.10.18

Lexis Noosa welcomed 15 new students this morning along side of some blue skies and a little glimpse of the sun!!!

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We welcome Tiziano and Valerio from Italy, Sanae from Japan, Bora from Korea, Maria, Belen, Alejandro and Mauricio from Spain, Melanie, Snadra, Emeline, Tobias, Roman, Larissa and Aneeta from Switzerland and lucky last Nicolas from Germany.

We hope you all enjoy your first day at Lexis English Noosa!

 

Balloon Animal Workshop

This afternoon Lexis Noosa students enjoyed a Balloon Animal Workshop run by one of our very own students Junki from the Intermediate A class.

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Junki runs Balloon animal workshops for his work back in Japan.

Firstly Junki talked the students through how to make the balloon animals and the history behind them. Then he moved onto the workshop where he demonstrated a step by step tutorial on how to make them.

Hope everyone enjoyed their afternoon. There were definitely many laughs coming from the group this afternoon!

 

 

Welcome to Noosa 8.10.18

Welcome to our 14 new students at Lexis English Noosa!

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We welcome Lukas, Metteo, Ramona, Marga and Tanja from Switzerland. Karine from Brazil. Similla and Moritz from Germany. Miriam, Ruben and Diana from Spain. Sakiko from Japan, Jae Sung from Korea and Dylan from the Netherlands.

We hope you all have a great first day and enjoy your time here in Noosa!

Welcome to Noosa 2.10.18

On this lovely Tuesday we welcomed 20 new students from many different countries!

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Hanon from Korea, Nicolas, Leonie, Nadia, Chantal, Marie, Kevin and Alex from Switzerland, Karel from Czech Republic, Marie-Zoe from Belgium, Bianca from Lichtenstein, Shinya, Ken, Hiromasa, Asami, Arisa and Asako from Japan, Maria and Aniol from Spain and lucky last Sara from Italy.

We hope you all have a great first day and enjoy Lexis English Noosa.

Graduation 28.09.2018

Goodbye to our graduating students this week at Lexis English Noosa!

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We only have 3 students leaving us this week. Elvis and Mai graduating from the Elementary class, Dominik graduating from the Pre-Intermediate class and Coco graduating from the Upper-Intermediate class.

 

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We hope you all enjoyed your studies at Lexis English Noosa. Safe travels!

Welcome to Noosa 24.9.18

This morning we welcome 12 new students to Lexis English Noosa.

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Lukas, Sven, Rahel & Larina from Switzerland, Lea & Loane from Belgium, Lorenzo from Italy, Emiri & Reina from Japan, Alex & Josep from Spain and last but not least Yu Chun from Taiwan.

We hope you all enjoy your first day at Lexis and have the best time in beautiful Noosa Heads!

Surf Lesson

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What a beautiful afternoon to be at the beach learning how to surf!

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The students picked it up so quickly and were catching the waves into shore. All I could see were smiling faces as they were so happy with themselves for picking it up so quickly.

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Hope you all enjoyed your 2 hour surfing lesson. You all did great.

Mt. Tinbeerwah Walk

This afternoon a group of lucky Lexis Noosa students were able to experience the incredible views of Mt. Tinbeerwah.

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Lexis Noosa students hiked 1km to the top were they were able to take photos of the spectacular panoramic 360 degree views looking over Noosa, the Pacific Ocean and the Hinterland.

The students had a little picnic to enjoy while they relaxed and took in those beautiful views!

Welcome to Noosa 17.09.18

This morning Lexis English Noosa welcomed 16 new students!

Javier, Raquel and Gaugeric from Spain, Jinhee, Yeran, Jinyoung and Woo Jeong from Korea, Joana.F, Joana.K and Vanessa from Switzerland & Honami, Kento, Mayu, Kasumi and Kiichi from Japan.

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We hope you all enjoy Noosa and improve your English skills!

Kayaking and S.U.P

This afternoon the Lexis Noosa students cruised down the Noosa River on their Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards.

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Such a great activity for the students to see a different side of Noosa enjoying the beautiful hidden sand banks and that incredible view of the Noosa River!

Everyone looked like they had a great afternoon.

 

 

Goodbye 14.09.18

This afternoon we said goodbye to 7 students from Lexis Noosa!

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The Upper-Intermediate class said goodbye to Lillian from Brazil and Jasmin from Switzerland, the IELTS class said goodbye to Inga from Russia, Intermediate said goodbye to Maud from France, Pre-Intermediate said goodbye to Sabrina from Switzerland and Kyotaro from Japan and Elementary said goodbye to Hikari from Japan.

We hope you all enjoyed your studies at Lexis Noosa and your time in Australia.

Safe travels!

Welcome to Lexis Noosa

Today we welcome 20 new General English students and 35 new Cambridge students to our wonderful campus at Noosa.

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General English Students: Yuya, Ayaka, Ami, Yuki, Haruka, and Akira from Japan, Hye Ju, Jae Ho and Ill Sim from Korea, Suvichada from Thailand, Adriana from Brazil, Pere from Spain, Julia, Sereina, Janine, Melissa and Andre from Switzerland and Yu Chun from Taiwan.

10.9.18 Cambridge

Cambridge Students: Samya, Marine, Sira, Janine, Christoph, Andrina, Jessica, Matthias, Julian, Jiska, Celina, Tanja, Ariane, Sarah, Stefanie, Aline, Leon, Celine, Daniel, Gina, Fabienne, Lorena, Luca, Alessandra, Patricia, Dominique, Melanie, Nicole, Celine, Lea and Nina from Switzerland, Carmen from Germany, Josephine from Sweden, Francesc from Spain and Nienke from Netherlands.

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Lexis Noosa students spent the afternoon down at Pinaroo Park enjoying some drinks and food while playing volleyball and getting to know one another.

We hope you all have a wonderful time here in Noosa with us!!

Boomerang Painting

This afternoon at Lexis English Noosa the students relaxed while they painted some boomerangs.

The students thought of some great designs. They looked amazing at the end!

Hope you all had a great afternoon . And now you have a souvenir to take home with you to remember your fantastic trip to Australia.

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Goodbye to our finishers!

Goodbye to our 12 graduating students at Lexis English Noosa.

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This afternoon we said goodbye to Yuichiro, Nonoka, Peter, Jeong Min, Leonid and Yuka from the Pre-Intermediate classes, Hina and Aya from the Intermediate classes, Franziska from Upper-intermediate and Emily and Max from the IELTS class!

We will miss you all.

3.09.18 ~ New students in Noosa

Welcome to the 23 new students at Lexis English Noosa!

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This morning we welcomed Gian, Sabrina, Jasmin, Cristina, Lynn, Julian, Elvis, Dominik and Rahel from Switzerland, Mai, Tomoya, Yoshikazu and Yuka from Japan, Mirco from Argentina, Laia, Hector and Nicolas from Spain, Elena from Italy, Nopparat from Thailand, Ana and Daniele from Brazil, Jin from Korea and Romane from Belgium.

We hope you all enjoy your time at Lexis English Noosa and have loads of fun on your Australian journey.

Graduating students 31.08.18

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It’s Friday which means that we say goodbye to some students at Lexis Noosa.

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We farewell Kazuki, Beatrice and Mikako from the Intermediate B class with Annette, Neno and Daisy from Upper Intermediate with Michelle and Kerri, Haruka from the Elementary class with Kirsten, Yumi and Kurumi from Intermediate A with Sam and last but not least Sidonia, Madlaina and Tomas from Cambridge.

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Hope you all enjoyed your time at Lexis English Noosa and made many happy memories while you were in Australia!

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Lexis presents ‘Love Simon’

Friday afternoon calls for relaxation time!

We opened the ‘Lexis Cinema’ for the afternoon to have a screening of ‘Love Simon’. The students were provided with some popcorn of course to snack on while they watched their movie.

The students were so relaxed and ready for a great weekend. Hope you all enjoyed the wonderful movie.

Let’s learn some Muay Thai

This afternoon the Lexis Noosa students learnt some Muay Thai moves.

The students walked down to Pinaroo Park where the lesson was going to take place. First of all the teacher showed us some moves and quickly ran through the background of the sports so that we could get an understanding of what Muay Thai Martial Arts is and the history behind it.

We love doing these kinds of activities so that the students get to learn about different cultures!

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Hope you all loved learning some Muay Thai.

 

 

Hardworking and Hilarious Option Classes.

This afternoon I had the pleasure of going to all of our Option classes to check in and see how everyone is doing.

All I received was smiles and laughs. 🙂

Our current option classes are:

  • Grammar with the amazing Lize.
  • Current Affairs with the elegant Annette.
  • Customer Service with Kerri the elite laugh machine.
  • Reading and Writing with the radiant Eileen.
  • Survival Speaking with hilarious Kirsten.

Keep studying and having fun.

If you need help or assistance with anything don’t be afraid to come into Reception and ask our amazing staff.

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Welcome 4.6.18

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A huge welcome to Lexis Noosa’s four new students this morning.

We have Nayoon and Hyeon-Tae from Korea, Rika from Japan and Sandra from Brazil. We hope that you all have a great first day at our lovely school.

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See you all at 2pm for the Noosa Local Tour! We will go for a walk around the Noosa Junction and I’ll show you the most important stops around town such as the medical center, banks, good cafes, where to buy a bus card and sim card, the supermarket and loads more.

After the local tour I recommend making your way down to Noosa Main Beach because it will be looking just as beautiful as this picture!

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