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  1. plasterernick

    hopefully moving to Perth

    Hi I'm nick me my partner and our young son George are looking to move to Perth. We have a migration agent helping us out (John at asc migration in Joondalup). We are getting to the stage where our paperwork and evidence is getting ready to submit. I am just after a bit of info regarding work really and hope somebody can answer some questions. What us the average income of a plasterer in Perth? What's the difference between the products used over there compare to here in the UK? I am over in Perth in December so I will be trying to get as much info and make as many contacts as possible Thanks nick
  2. Hi, I have gained enough points to submit my EOI for a schedule 2 role. I am aware that once I have submitted my EOI and received an invitation back I will have 28 days to apply. I am also aware that after I have applied I have to email them a 12 month contract of full-time employment offer. I am just wondering the following things: How long it takes approximately from submitting the EOI to receiving an invitation? How long after applying do they allow you to show them proof of a contract of employment? (28 days seems a very short amount of time to find a job and be successful in obtaining it) Can the contract be for volunteer work as long as it is in the correct field of work? Is the 3 month processing time from the date of EOI Submission? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Anyone who is currently or has been through this process please shed some light. I am unsure how i can find a job when I dont know how long it is going to take for the visa to be sorted out? So when am i meant to tell them i could start etc. Thanks.
  3. 34 year old male with solid experience in all aspects of drywall installation and suspended MF ceilings having recently completed the first fix and fit-out of first-class and business lounges at London Heathrow's new Terminal 2 building. Looking for work in and around the Perth area. Won't have own tools until shipment arrives end of October. Contacts or advice would be much appreciated. Many thanks! Danny
  4. Hi, Myself and my partner are looking to move to Perth but we are worried about finding employment. We have heard that both electricians and social work jobs are in high demand but not sure where to look for work. We are applying for a state sponsorship visa and looking for work in the meantime and just wanted to know if it is likely that employers recruit people from overseas. Also where is the best place to search for work? Any help and advice is much appreciated!
  5. Business Development - Hydraulic Hire Equipment Work 14km from the Perth CBD Be the growth & driving force behind a New Department Utilise your experience in managing hire equipment and fleets? Our Client is a vibrant & resourceful company leading the industry in Hydraulic Technology applications. Based in Perth, Western Australia, they supply and service a diverse range of industries throughout Australia and internationally. Their Service Department is seeking an experienced, bright and highly motivated self-starter to join the team as our BD for Hydraulic Hire Equipment to manage a fleet of equipment for the mining and oil & gas industries. As the Hire Controller, you will be the driving force behind the growth and development of the hire fleet and responsible for new business, focusing on commercial opportunities with current and new clients. The key responsibilities for this position are: Promotion of hire equipment to new and existing clients Focusing on Hire Equipment such as Air Driven HPUs, Water Glycoll and Testing and Flushing HPUs Develop new business by identifying business opportunities and generating leads Providing solutions to customers & customer support as well as upselling Providing recommendations on builds of new hire equipment to meet market & customer needs Cold calling by phone and face-to-face visits The essential skills required for this role include: Strong technical sales experience with current networks & contacts in the industry Understanding of Hydraulic systems and the ability to read drawings Experience & knowledge of the mining and oil & gas industries High overall computer literacy including Microsoft Office skills Exceptional written & oral communication skills Ability to build, maintain and manage customer relationships and expectations Having a passion for outstanding customer service Whilst not essential, the role would be suitable for a person that has experience with managing hire equipment and/or fleets. The successful candidate will: Meet all of the above criteria Have a systematic approach to their work Have a professional attitude Be extremely well organised and a drive to succeed. If you meet the above requirements, are reliable, trustworthy and have a positive attitude with a mature work ethic, the call Michael in the first instance on 0418 926 090 and after this conversation if you are happy to proceed then please send a Cover Letter and a Resume that reflects what we are looking for, addressing the key responsibilities and essential skills for the role. Contact Michael on 0418 926 090 Or call our office on (08) 9477 7999 http://www.irp.net.au/job-search/job-details.php?Business+Development+-+Hydraulic+Hire+Equipment/in/Eastern+Suburbs/5237039
  6. Hello! Me and my boyfriend are planning to move to perth asap on a working holiday visa. We currently live in the philippines working here as scuba diving instructors. I have work in tourism and hospitality for the last few years and before that i worked in many different bars and restaurants in america and england. My boyfriend is a british electrician. As we have been travelling for the last few years we have very little money. ( i have like £200 and he has about £3000!!! GRRIIMM!) we have been told by so many people we have met, including many of our diving guests from perth that if we went there we could make a killing. we really want to relocate asap, we are looking into beginning of march 2013.... so what i was wondering is is this completely unrealistic?? if the streets are paved of gold in perth why isnt everyone trying to get there? Will we even be able to get visas with my non existent bank balance? how much can we be expecting to pay to get set us (downpayments on a flat, a car, basic living costs). how long until we can get jobs. We have been told we can get one with the click of our fingers but with more research online my boyfrind would have a LOT of money to spend to be legal to work as an electrician in oz. i have heard things about tax numbers, bank accounts etc needed before working.. is this quite straightofrward or could it delay us earning. is there any point to going if we are broke? i know we are only allowed a 1yr working holiday visa so would we forever be playing catch up with bills if we go there with no savings, or woould we be able to have fun and do a bit of travelling with what we could potentially earn? any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!! thank you thank you thank you!!!
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    Accountant Jobs

    Hi Just wondering what the job market is like at the moment for Accountants. I am a chartered accountant (ICAEW) & recently managed to join the ICAA. My other half is AAT qualified. I am currently a Company Accountant in the UK & the OH is an accounts assistant, and we both have practice experience. Just wondering how easy it is to get jobs at the moment & whether they are all in Perth or if there are jobs in the northern suburbs? Coming overin October to validate Visa & look for jobs before moving permanently in January. Any info would be gratefully accepted. Thanks Nicola