How six Gladstone locals scored jobs this week

1. Katalin Istvan spent her time with Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre and CQUniversity.

She has also just completed certificate three in business, and has completed her tickets in confined spaces and working in heights.

She is working at Clean, Maintain, Build and Manage.

Her previous working history includes store person, sales, welding, customer service and workplace logistics. 

2. Parker Petersen was at the PCYC and Mick Newell has employed him and he is taking on a apprenticeship and is really interested in the community services sector.

Parker has previously worked in a sales assistant role and has a sound understanding of day to day business operations.

He has a certificate two in hospitality, a certifican three in aged care and various workplace health and safety modules.

3. Amanda Langridge spent her time with Gladstone Engineering Alliance.

She is currently doing some contract work for GEA and some for Prime. Amanda has more than 10 years experience in administration and customer service.

She has skills in marketing events, stakeholder engagement and communications.

4. Sam Brown had a chance to work at two of partners, Gladstone Golf Club and Conservation Volunteers Australia.

He is currently working with Clean Manage Build and Maintain.

He is a qualified carpenter with more than seven years experience. He has been working in the refinery and building industry. 

5. Anna-Maria Charlie is working side by side with Gladstone Engineering Alliance and doing a certificate three in human resources management.

She holds a certificate four in buinsess and knows her way around QuickBooks. She has six years experience in customer relations. 

6. Leanne Adams was tasked with working with Gladstone Women's Health Centre.

She used her more than 20 years experience in customers service and administration to leave a lasting impression on the health centre and has secured a job there.

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