Listings will be hidden if businesses no longer need to hire new staffs or the position is not available at the moment. However if you are one of the business's regular staff you can check with your employer for access to their privatized listing (if applicable).
In general you are allowed to work as long as you reached the legal working age. However the condition may varies. Sometimes certain positions may specify on their age requirement (e.g. must be at least 18 and above to handle alcohol) while some welcomes applicant as young as 14 years old. If you are unsure, you can leave an enquiry to the business.
The aim of Freeboh being a shift-based job marketplace is to allow jobseekers to work in flexi time and allow scalability for businesses. Hence Freeboh shift timers can indicates their will to work in terms of specific timing. However please noted that not all jobs are Ad Hoc or event jobs. Depends on the businesses they may accept applicants that can stay with them for a longer period of time.
Yes, check out the job description or position title of the listings. It will tell you if they are looking for full time or permanent part time. Even for some part time position, the business may be open to full timers as well you can always leave an enquiry.
Try to look for a remark in red on the listing that stated the minimum commitment requirement. This means this particular position requires you to work for certain minimum hours and your bids will not be process if this requirement is not met.
In short, yes. Actually it’s encouraged for shift-timers to bid for multiple jobs, even if they have the same or overlapping timeslot. All you have to do is to make sure to withdraw the overlapping bids once you receive a confirmation form one business. Failing to do so may lead to a no-show rating from businesses you failed to turn up, so be mindful!