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Breezeway has been operating for 24 years and is an integral service to the Ballarat community. This position is to provide relief cover for unplanned absences and rostered leave. The Supervisor will be responsible for:
We are looking for a person who is motivated, has attention to detail, excellent communication skills, can work unsupervised and can be available for shifts on short notice.
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