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Complete the form below.
Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS OR A NUMBER for each answer.
2 Heathfield St., Maryland
Number of hours preferred:
4 per week
Circle the correct letter A-C.
What time should Annetta finish work in the hamburger shop?
Therefore the answer for this question must be “C”.
What is the problem with Annetta’s pay at the hamburger shop?
How many children will Annetta have to look after?
Label the map, choosing your answers from the list below.
Write the correct letters A-E on the map.
A conversation between two first year university students and an officer from the Student Union Employment Service
A: Hi Bill. This is my friend Charlotte. She’s doing first year Science, too.
B: Pleased to meet you Charlotte. Annetta told me you want some part-time work. Now I just have to complete your details on the computer ... um... what’s your surname?
B: With an ’e’?
C: Yes ... J-O-H-N-S-T-O-N-E.
B: I know that you live in the Heathfield street student residence, but I can’t remember the street number there.
C: It’s 126.
B: 1-2-6 ... good. And the phone number?
C: Well, actually I never give people that number because sometimes nobody answers or they forget to pass on the messages; so I bought a mobile phone yesterday, but I can’t remember the number. I think it’s 0414 847 748, I’ll just check, ... no, sorry, not 748, it’s 749.
B: 0-4-1-4 8-4-7 7-4-9?
C: Yes, that’s right, I must try and remember it.
B: And what sort of work are you looking for?
C: Well, anything really I suppose, though it depends when it is. I’d rather work during the day if that’s possible.
B: How many hours a week were you thinking of?
C: Oh, I’m not sure, maybe about ten. But I need to keep at least two days a week free for study.
B: Do you have any work experience?
C: Not much, though I used to help in my Uncle’s shop when I was at school.
B: OK. Well, I’ll put it in, but we don’t usually get shop work. What about gardening?
C: I’d rather not, everything I touch dies! What other kinds of work are there?
B: Well, there’s a lot of demand for house cleaning, fast food preparation and kitchen work and pizza delivery, if you’ve held a driving licence for twelve months.
C: I’m not sure. Can I have a look at the vacancies while you talk to Annetta?
Charlotte looks at the vacancies while Annetta talks to Bill.
A: Bill, I’d like to change my job.
B: You’re at the Hamburger Express on the High St., aren’t you? What’s the problem?
A: Well, I never know what hours I’m going to work. I start at 7 pm and I’m supposed to finish at 11 pm but sometimes they keep me until 2 or 3 am.
B: Yes, that is a bit late if you have to make a 9 am lecture the next day!
A: And the other thing is the pay. They’re supposed to pay me on Thursdays, but they never pay me on the correct day, often not until Friday or Saturday. A few weeks ago I had to wait until Sunday! They said their son was sick so they couldn’t get to the bank, but they’re always making excuses.
B: Yes, that doesn’t sound too good. Would you be interested in pizza delivery? You need to have a driving licence.
A: Yes, I’ve got a licence, but I think I’d like to change from working in the evening. Are there any day jobs available?
B: Well, as I told Charlotte there are several cleaning and gardening vacancies ... er... and this childcare job that just came in this morning. Do you like children?
A: Yes, I do actually. What’s the job?
B: Let’s have a look. 'Collect the boy aged four from kindergarten at three pm. Pick up the other two girls, who are aged six and nine,from the primary school at three fifteen.’ You take them home and look after them. The parents will be home by seven.
A: That sounds quite good. What about the pay?
B: It’s the same as you’re earning now, four hours a day, Monday to Friday, so twenty hours a week. You need to contact Mrs. Alicia Thompson. Her phone number is 9104 5629, and she lives in Springfield.
A: I’ve never been to Springfield. I hope I don’t get lost.
B: Don’t worry, it sounds quite straightforward. Let’s have a look at the street directory. The Thompsons live here in Tulip St., number 252, so you catch the 631 bus, get off here next to the Post Office in Daisy Terrace. Walk past the Post Office to the corner, and on the opposite corner is the kindergarten. Then walk down Daffodil Place and cross over to the Primary School. Then keep going down Daffodil Place to the corner and turn right into Tulip St.