This weeks Jobs in Byron~!

Check out this weeks jobs in Byron!

Munch Juice Bar: Requires a front of house person with drivers licence, duties incluse coffee making, juices, smoothies, cash handling. Please come in with resume.

Au Pair: Long term, live-in fem required, 25- 30hpw, full accom and meals in a lovely home Suffolk Park, to help with newborn, 3yo boy & housework. To apply email details to:

Kinoko Japanese Restaurant: Experienced and qualified chef for full time work Email

Shop assistant: Required part time for retail shop:  Call 0432 332 127

Gardener: with excellent gardening knowledge. Mature age person, email details:

Full time chef: Start now in organic cafe in Mullum. Exp in wholefood vego cooking a must. Reliable, committed, long term. All resumes to: Mullum Santos Juice Bar

Au Pair: Long term, live-in fem required, 25- 30hpw, full accom and meals in a lovely home Suffolk Park, to help with newborn, 3yo boy & housework. To apply email details to:

Looking for work?!

Don’t forget to come to the job workshop this week on Wednesday at 2pm in room 3. Andrew will take you through all the necessary skills that you will need to have to get the job you want!

We will teach you how to write a good CV, a great cover letter and give you real practise of how to do a perfect interview~!

See you there!

GV Cooking Options Class!

Last week our Pre-Intermediate class had a lot of fun presenting their national dishes in a presentation to each other. At the end of the week the winners of the “presentations” had to make their dish.. which was the traditional Koran Bulgogi (a great hit around the school!)

As part of this class the students had to teach the CAE class, using imperatives, how to prepare the course! This was a great success as can be seen in the below photos! Well done guys and thanks for the delicious meal!

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MUNCH JUICE BAR – needs exp short order cook. Come in with resume

HOUSEKEEPER – Spanish speaker pref – 20hrs per week. Free room and food included. Phone 0401918888

PIZZA COOK – Part time evenings Ph 0422208428

HARVEST CAFE – Needs chef. Call Joe 66872644

SHORT ORDER CHEF – Drop CV into Bayleaf cafe

KINOKO JAPANESE RESTAURANT – Needs qualified chef. Send resume to


The one and only BRUNO!

Today I caught up with Bruno.. This is what he had to say about his time with us at GV Byron.

Please tell us a little bit about yourself and where you are from…

My name is Bruno and I’m from the south of Brazil, a place called Blumanau which is a biggish city, kind of the same size as the Gold Coast.

What did you do back at home and what made you decide to come to Australia?

In Brazil I worked a technical assistant for Hyundai and studied at University doing a degree in Business Administration. I decided to come to Australia because when I was in Brazil people told me that there weren’t so many Brazilians in Byron. I also wanted to come to a smaller size city to enjoy the life and natural beauty that being in a small city offers.

How long have you been at GV Byron and what are you studying?

I am currently in the Upper Intermediate class! I started in the pre-intermediate class with almost no English and now I’ve got pretty amazing English!
I like this school. The people here are always happy and very kind. The teacher’s work very hard and really prepare their lessons  well. They really take the time to consider my needs and to help me with the ideas that I struggle with. There is a great downstairs area, there is a place for lunch, games, relax, study , the internet and even a Wii console!!. Really… it’s nice.

I have enjoyed it so much here because of all these reasons that I have told a good friend of mine to come to GV Byron Bay and not to go to any other school because this is such a wonderful place. Everything for me is PERFECT! … and even better, I know my English is getting better.

What do you plan to do when you have completed your studies with us?

When I finish here I will go around Australia for a month and then maybe I will go to Indonesia.

What has been the single best moment that you have experienced since you joined GV Byron?

Wow. This is such a hard question as there have been so many good moments. Actually, there really isn’t specific moment.  Meeting the teachers, Justin and Kate has been great fun. I really like the student house because I have a lot of friends that visit me there; we can practice English as the rule is to speak English when we are in the house. It’s a nice house, close to the beach and the bottle shop.

Is there anything you’d like to add??

I would like to tell everyone to enjoy your time in Byron it’s an unforgettable time!!