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April 18, 2024

Look who’s hiring

Hospo, sustainable clothing, creative industries and more are hiring this month. Check out the latest job listings.

  • Words: Xenia Hackett
  • Graphic: Jayde Vandborg

Our city has plenty of jobs up for grabs this month. If you know your way around a restaurant, some of our best are after enthusiastic front-of-house staff or chefs to leave their mark. A handful of film-forward and artistic roles have cropped up too.

Adelaide Film Festival

Cameras are rolling and Adelaide Film Festival is seeking new crew members for the show. Positions up for grabs include a full or part-time marketing coordinator with a five-month contract running from July to November, and a full-time content creator for four months between July and October.

If you have a passion for cinema and festival audiences along with skills in marketing and content creation, send your CV and cover letter to

Applications for both positions close May 8.


Join the home for youth arts and creativity at Carclew who are looking for their next general manager and head of programming. Successful applicants will contribute to their community-driven, inclusive and naturally creative culture.

These roles offer the chance to lead a dynamic team, shape the future of youth arts and be part of building a space of inspiration and opportunity.

Submit an application to with a cover letter, current CV and a pre-employment declaration form you can find on their website. Applications close Sunday, April 28 at 11.59pm.

Pony and Cole

Giddy-up apprentices, Pony and Cole are hiring an apprentice chef whose passion for food has them galloping toward the culinary arts.

Pony and Cole offer apprenticeship positions for ponies doing their Certificate Three in commercial cookery. To see what you’d be cooking in their award-winning Hindmarsh location and read the job listing, visit their Instagram. To apply, get in touch via their website.

Half Cup

Is your cup half full? Half Cup café located west of the CBD in Cowandilla has its eyes out for baristas and waitstaff. If you have at least a year’s experience on the grind and are looking for flexible working hours, Half Cup is offering 24 to 36 hours over weekday and weekend mornings.

This role offers a chance to join their mission to support local artists, foster cultural exchange and sustainable practices and most importantly, fill up a good cup of coffee.

Find out more details on Gumtree, and drop down on a Wednesday morning to have a chat or send your resume to

Osteria Oggi

Osteria Oggi are now dishing up an opportunity for experienced and passionate chefs to fill positions over a seven-day roster.

If you have a flare for making fresh pasta or want experience with a wood fire grill, this opportunity is for you. They are looking for at least three years’ experience and offer both casual and full-time positions.

Find out more on their website and send in your application Oggi (Italian for today) to

Check out their Instagram @osteriaoggiadelaide

This picture: Angela Skujins

The Jetty Bar

Have a soft spot for the heart of Moseley Square? The Jetty Bar is looking for a duty manager. With a newly revamped venue, they want someone to lead with passion over multiple bars to create a top customer experience.

If the bustling coastal environment is calling your name, apply for one of the casual management roles with your resume and a cover letter outlining your experience, skills, and qualifications. Don’t forget to mention why you make the best candidate.

Find out more details via Seek and send your application to


Big flavours, smoke and spice are the Africola way. If that sounds right up your alley, they’re looking for a Restaurant Manager to join their award-winning restaurant in the lively East End.

They’re after an experienced hands-on worker who shares a genuine passion for hospitality, food, wine and exceptional dining. The role offers an inclusive, creative work culture with opportunities for travel.

Apply with resume and cover letter via Seek

Wallis Cinema

Rolling film for over 60 years, this family-owned business is looking for an enthusiastic, outgoing star to be Noarlunga’s cinema manager.

Tasks include running day-to-day activities and directing the show with a can-do attitude. Similar experience in the cinema or hospitality industry is a plus. Round up your RSA and first aid certificate and send your resume and cover letter to Attn Glyn Berry,

Hop on quick, applications close after Wednesday, April 24.

RS Digital

If you’re brimming with creativity and know your way around graphic design, there’s an opportunity to be full-time graphic designer and content creator at RS Digital. Located in the hub of Adelaide’s Lot Fourteen, their vibrant work culture thrives on passion to deliver digital perfection.

In this role, you will create eye-catching graphics, bring life to client social media platforms and brainstorm fresh ideas with a fresh team.

Show off your best work and send through your portfolio and resume via Seek


Love everything about sustainable clothing? Goodbyes are after a full-time assistant store manager who’s motivated and shares a passion for positively changing the fashion industry – one pre-loved piece at a time.

You will be a leader who oversees the store’s upkeep and administration, and have access to a cornucopia of vintage goodies.

Apply via their website or pop in store, say hi and scan the QR code.

Grunthal Brew

Gruntal Brew, a hospo hub in Verdun that includes a microbrewery, cheese and wine cellar and restaurant, is hiring a bartender and kitchen hands.

The bartender must be over 18 and have an RSA with skills in taking orders, pouring drinks, making cocktails and coffees. The shifts up for grabs are mainly Friday and Saturday nights. Kitchen hands will be on back-of-house tasks and food prep, with 3–5 hour shifts up to grabs between Monday and Friday and the occasional weekend.

Check out the details on their Instagram and apply by sending an intro letter and resume to

Our Boy Roy

All-in-one deli, café, providore and sando shop Our Boy Roy is on the hunt for a head chef. They’re looking for someone who knows what makes a good sando and can get creative with their menu to take their venue to the next level.

The day-to-day at Roy’s is breakfast, brunch and lunch with monthly dinners, occasional special events and functions. Their kitchen team also offers small-batch catering.

Connect with them on Instagram and apply via Seek.

Our Boy Roy opened in 2022. This picture: Johnny Von Einem


Popular Walkerville brunch spot Yolk is after junior front-of-house staff in a role that would suit school or uni students across a seven-day roster. No experience is needed, just an egg-cellent attitude.

To apply, email

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