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sky blue army Feb 16th 2008 11:56 am

Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 
Any Mum in the Mornington Area Looking for a job to fit in around the kids at school.Im looking for someone 10 - 2pm mon,wed and fri but theses days and times are flexible for the right person.I am a clothing manufacturer with my warehouse and despatch in Mornington.The job involves answering the phone dealing with customers in our outlet shop and picking basic orders.Must have a sense of humour and be able to make good tea and in return you'll get paid for doing the most easy job created.anyone interested send me a PM.:thumbsup:

Clippy Feb 16th 2008 11:58 am

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by sky blue army (Post 5940881)
Any Mum in the Mornington Area Looking for a job to fit in around the kids at school.Im looking for someone 10 - 2pm mon,wed and fri but theses days and times are flexible for the right person.I am a clothing manufacturer with my warehouse and despatch in Mornington.The job involves answering the phone dealing with customers in our outlet shop and picking basic orders.Must have a sense of humour and be able to make good tea and in return you'll get paid for doing the most easy job created.anyone interested send me a PM.:thumbsup:

Ooh I'd love that job! Shame I'm on the Gold Coast :(

TiddlyPom Feb 16th 2008 12:16 pm

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by sky blue army (Post 5940881)
Any Mum in the Mornington Area Looking for a job to fit in around the kids at school.Im looking for someone 10 - 2pm mon,wed and fri but theses days and times are flexible for the right person.I am a clothing manufacturer with my warehouse and despatch in Mornington.The job involves answering the phone dealing with customers in our outlet shop and picking basic orders.Must have a sense of humour and be able to make good tea and in return you'll get paid for doing the most easy job created.anyone interested send me a PM.:thumbsup:

Sounds like a great job for a parent... That school hours thing is excellent.

Don't skimp on the pay though. ;)

ragtag Feb 16th 2008 10:40 pm

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 
I really wish I lived near you I am desperate for a job.:cry_smile:

Luke I Amyofath Feb 16th 2008 10:43 pm

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 
This thread is discriminatory which says a lot about what you can expect the employer to be, I wouldn't go near it......

TiddlyPom Feb 16th 2008 11:08 pm

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by Luke I Amyofath (Post 5942670)
This thread is discriminatory which says a lot about what you can expect the employer to be, I wouldn't go near it......

I thought it would only be a matter of time before someone pointed it out. It wasn't going to be me though. :lol:

Luke I Amyofath Feb 16th 2008 11:13 pm

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by TiddlyPom (Post 5942777)
I thought it would only be a matter of time before someone pointed it out. It wasn't going to be me though. :lol:

It wouldn't get a place in the local classifieds ........

TiddlyPom Feb 16th 2008 11:26 pm

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by Luke I Amyofath (Post 5942795)
It wouldn't get a place in the local classifieds ........

No, probably not. :D

Look, let's not be silly though, because this would basically suit someone who's caring for children from school, whether they are female or male. It's more likely, statistically, to be female but the possibility is there for a male too.

Not only that, but the hours are flexible for the right person so that sounds like a really good deal.
My situation is so difficult right now, I'd love to have a job which would allow me to go pick up my children from school.

Luke I Amyofath Feb 16th 2008 11:53 pm

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by TiddlyPom (Post 5942849)
No, probably not. :D

Look, let's not be silly though, because this would basically suit someone who's caring for children from school, whether they are female or male. It's more likely, statistically, to be female but the possibility is there for a male too.

Not only that, but the hours are flexible for the right person so that sounds like a really good deal.
My situation is so difficult right now, I'd love to have a job which would allow me to go pick up my children from school.

Between the wife and I we have to juggle work hours with picking kids up, it's not a male or female thing is it ?

Years ago liberated women fought workplace discrimination and quite rightly so, but it doesnt make it ok for anyone to advertise a job, asking for a woman unless they have an exemption for it.

Dorothy Feb 16th 2008 11:56 pm

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 
Shouldn't this be in the Job Offers area anyway?

Luke I Amyofath Feb 17th 2008 12:01 am

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by Dorothy (Post 5942957)
Shouldn't this be in the Job Offers area anyway?

I suppose so, but I was hoping for an argument which you wouldnt get in job offers :D

Dorothy Feb 17th 2008 12:06 am

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by Luke I Amyofath (Post 5942978)
I suppose so, but I was hoping for an argument which you wouldnt get in job offers :D

Ok, I'll argue with you. It's not sexist. Stay at home men should be called Mums instead of Dads, since they're doing women's work anyway.

Luke I Amyofath Feb 17th 2008 12:12 am

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by Dorothy (Post 5942999)
Ok, I'll argue with you. It's not sexist. Stay at home men should be called Mums instead of Dads, since they're doing women's work anyway.

Yes, women's work :D but mum is mother and mother is female unless youre a male seahorse that is.

Clippy Feb 17th 2008 12:14 am

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 
Well I thought it was a good offer and it didn't offend me :)

Luke I Amyofath Feb 17th 2008 12:15 am

Re: Any Mum looking for a p/t job?
 

Originally Posted by Clippy (Post 5943026)
Well I thought it was a good offer and it didn't offend me :)

It wouldnt seeing as though youre a wombMAN :p


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