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  1. FORKLIFT MECHANIC / FORKLIFT TECHNICIAN JOBS AUSTRALIA WIDE Hi All, Konnecting is an Australian Skilled Migration & Recruitment Agency. Our client is a global company that has enjoyed more than 40 years of success in the Australian Market through the Manufacturing and Servicing of lift trucks. Due to company growth we are looking for experienced forklift technicians for positions available Australia wide. Working as a forklift service technician, you will essentially be responsible for delivering a high quality of service to customers whilst performing non scheduled and preventative maintenance work. The role will be to service, maintain and repair the Company's range of small & large forklifts and other load-shifting equipment and their attachments. You will be required to repair and refurbish gas, electric and diesel forklifts and other industrial machinery including scissor lifts, dock levellers and generators at the company's workshops and or at customer's premises as necessary. Understanding of hydraulics and pneumatics LPG & Diesel fuel systems. Battery and Electric Forklift experience Fault diagnostic skills Essential criteria: Trade qualified motor mechanics Minimum of 3 years experience servicing forklifts Good communication skills and customer service experience. Forklift licence Drivers licence You will enjoy above award wages and operate within a great working environment. You will also benefit from ongoing training to enhance your skills and develop you as a technician. Australian 457 Visa Sponsorship is available to suitable candidates. Contact us at recruit@konnecting.com or visit our website konnecting.com Fred Molloy Registered Migration Agent: MARN: 0853698 Konnecting - Skilled Migration & Recruitment
  2. Hi my names Nick I am a solid plasterer and Cork Coatings applicator in the uk with a nvq level 2 and 3 and over 12 years experience I am considering getting my AQF 3 I have already started my 189 visa application and I am ready for skills assessment. What is work like for a solid plasterer over in Perth? What can I expect to earn. I am also considering getting my Plasterer’s assessors qualification. I don’t mind starting at the bottom and working my way up the ladder. Any advice people and offer me will be greatly appreciated.
  3. Hi everyone I work for a marquee hire company called pedersens hire and we are always on the lookout for new workers with the drive to get on.we are based in canning vale but can be working all over Perth also as far as Kalgoorlie Albany Karratha. our busiest periods are from July through to January . i believe it's a great start for young lads to work with us.theres no time wasters and you can learn and travel at the same time.casual weekend work is always available. ive now been at pedersens for 9 years .im managing the structure side of the company now . feel free to get in touch if you want anymore information.just thought I'd say hi I'm new to this forum .im from battle in East Sussex back in the U.K. . be good to hear from some of you. darren aka podge p.s I'm the guy on the far left.IMG_0073.MOV
  4. Hello, here goes! Our dream has turned a bit pearshaped! We moved out here in May of this year, 7 months ago. I was on a half promise of a job that eventually materialised into reality early August. During the interim we stayed with in-laws, friends etc and were unable to commit to an area, let alone a suburb in Perth. I was chasing theee jobs in the end, 2 in Perth and 1 in Albany. I started the job in Perth in August and we rented a house in Duncraig, based on the suburb and the High School. Trouble is the job was a nightmare. It was soon clear to me that the owner was a bullying, rude tyrant. After 7 weeks I was made redundant. The job was in the waste industry and due to proposed changes the project was shelved. I now find myself working for a haulier in Albany whilst my family are living here in Perth. I leave home at 0330 on a Monday and get home late Friday evening! Not the cohesive family life we envisaged. I am looking for work up here but it's been to no avail so far. It doesn't help that I'm doing 12hr days, so very little time to look. Thats not the only thing. The only one of us who is happy is my 15 year old son. He seems to have settled in well, he's in the triathlon squad, has a shop job in Hilary's at the weekends and loves the skating, though he gets frustrated at some of his friends reluctance to get out and do things. Our other son, 13, has become a hermit. He's not made any friends at all, spends all of his time on the Xbox or Mac, totally different to the fun, gregarious boy he was in the UK. My wife has not managed to make any friends either. She lacks the school gate friendship portal now as the boys are older. As for me, well I just don't have any time at all to do anything. I was cycling with a group up here, but come Sat morning I'm just too tired to get up and cycle, plus I've missed my family and want to spend time with them. It's the friends thing really, we've have found that Australians are friendly, but in a very shallow, low level way. Very polite, but that's it we have some South African Acquantences but they seem to stick together, so they're happy We had a big social circle in the UK, we think we are nice people, so it's very wearing Basically we feel we have no friends and no support, we've both got family out here, but I'm afraid they've been a disappointment we are now faced with the choice of A) Upsticks and move to Albany for my job or head home to the UK. Albany is beautiful, but the job has its drawbacks, well paid but some of the practises worry me; it's a long way from anywhere and I worry about taking the boys there as it's limiting for their social Developements, plus they don't want to go there. Financially we will be on a winner there as housing is much cheaper Not sure what I'm asking really, maybe some input, maybe I just need to put pen to paper. But we are both feeling desperately unhappy, I for one have never felt this way. I've always been an upbeat mood lifter if you like, not the person I find I am now. Any advice or words of encouragement gratefully received thanks Bryan
  5. ?? ? Would you like to work as a casual chef for our award winning, friendly restaurant? Do you have experience, enthusiasm and are competent and versatile in the kitchen? The restaurant is in North Beach. We're after someone for a fortnight from October the 28th. We're open Tues thru' Saturday. Shift starts lunchtime on-wards. This two week period would be full-time casual, with the prospect of extra work afterwards. We were recently rated a 'must-visit' in a Sunday Times review. Even though we say it ourselves, we're a great team, so come and be part of it! You would probably need your own transport, as public transport isn't that reliable. Please text Sally with your phone number on 0401 566710 with brief details of past work We look forward to hearing from you ?
  6. Hi everyone, I currently have two job vacancies which I am actually finding hard to fill. One for a Mobile Developer (iOS and Android with .NET backend) and the other is for a .NET Web Developer. We are based in Perth and looking to start people immediately so if anyone is already in Perth or likely to be arriving in the near future feel free to message me or apply. There is the possibility of sponsorship if you are on a temporary visa already. The job descriptions can be found at…… .NET Web Developer: http://schrolegroup.com/1008-2/ And Mobile Dev: http://schrolegroup.com/1013-2/ Thanks -Daniel
  7. Are you currently in Perth or just about to move and are a fully qualified refrigeration mechanic / engineer? My company is currently on the look out for experienced refrigeration mechanics with supermarket experience. If you fit this description get in touch, we would love to hear from you. If you know of anyone who you think may be interested feel free to pass their details onto me or show them this post. You can pm me or contact me via email james@westcool.com.au
  8. Hi all!. I'm Katie. 29 year old female from Yorkshire. I have just arrived in Perth from Melbourne and am looking to start temp work ASAP. As my working holiday visa allows me to work in the same position for 6 months at a time. My visa expires on 31st of July 2017. I have vast experience in office environments, also retail and hospitality. I was previously a PA/EA for a partnerships team in the Daily Mirror UK. I am ideally looking for an office assistant role, receptionist, secretary etc. I have applied for numerous temp agencies and am as of yet to hear back. I would welcome all help or advice on this, or if you know of anything (e.g. bar, cafe, pub, or any sort of temp work). I am currently living with relatives in Maddington and am wiling to travel for work. THANK YOU!
  9. Hope someone can help me, I recently moved to Perth from Ireland on a Work/Holiday Visa and seek work in labouring. I have recently graduated with a Level 8 Architecture Honours Degree and have experience in working for a Consultant Engineering Firm for the last 9 months. I have 2 years experience working with a Carpenter where I was Slabbing, Flooring and Partitioning and have a good understanding of the Construction Industry. I have got my White Card and PPE and am available to work straight away. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  10. Hi, we have just started the process of emigrating to Australia and are hoping to settle in a suburb around Perth. I am a special needs school teacher, I love my job and was wondering if there are any special needs school in Western Australia? And if there are, where are they and how do I find them. Also, is there any websites to look on to find and look through the jobs available? Both teaching and all others. Thank you :smile2:
  11. Are You Feeling Frustrated With Your Current Job Or Can't Get a Job Since Arriving In Perth? Do You Hate Waking Up In The Mornings And Going To Work? Do You Dream Of A Better Job? The Job Market Is Constantly Changing (It’s Not What It Used to Be) If You Fail To Keep Up With How to Play the Game You Will Fall Behind The Competition in The Ever Increasing Competitive Job Market Learn How To Play The Game And Win – Get That Job! Unfortunately...MOST PEOPLE Never Have Any Control of Their Career They leave it up to chance and hope things will fall into place…..... And hope…………….. And hope………………… (I used to hope and I realised that I was going NO-WHERE FAST!!!!!!!!!) It’s so common to meet people who are living unfulfilled lives and working in unfulfilling jobs. Why? Because we don’t realise that just like us, careers and jobs have personalities Crazy? True!! The GOOD NEWS is that this is possible to CHANGE With The Right Knowledge and Skills You Can Actually Learn How To Play The Game To Win! Get THAT job!!! And Become Your Most Confident Self Sounds good, right? Which is why....... YOU are INVITED to………… A 90 minute seminar On How You Can Take Control of Your Career and Learn How to Play The Game To WIN!!!! You Will Learn: - The Traditional Approach to Your Career and why it no longer works - The Modern Approach to Your Career and how it can WORK for YOU - Learn how to POSITION yourself to GET THAT JOB!! - Learn to play the game to WIN!! And much MUCH more : ) A limited number of seats are available so: 1 - RSVP by sending a text message to 0466 694 511 with your name and date of this workshop on Tuesday 8th March at Leederville from 6.45pm to 8.30pm 2 - Make sure to save the date in your calendar 3 - Remember to come along to the workshop 4 – SEATS are LIMITED (only 30 seats are available). Want to bring a friend? Or know someone who needs this? Invite them along as well. The venue is in Leederville in the evening from 645pm to 830pm and close to public transport and FREE parking. See you there! Marilyn Garbin Education Consultant Trainer and Assessor Ex TAFE Lecturer (Business, Retail and Career Development) Careers Advisor Work Experience Co-ordinator Post Graduate Certificate in Career Development (ECU, 2013) Cert IV TAA Cert IV Small Business Management PS: These events always fill up fast and are also advertised elsewhere so please book your ticket early to avoid missing out. See you there!
  12. Are you feeling frustrated with your current job or are you trying to get a job having recently arrived in Perth? Do you hate waking up in the mornings and going to work? Do you dream of a better job? The Job Market Is Constantly Changing (It’s Not What It Used to Be) If you fail to keep up with how to play the game you will fall behind teh competition in the ever increasing competitive job market Learn how to play the game and win – Get That Job! Unfortunately...MOST PEOPLE never have any control of their career They leave it up to chance and hope things will fall into place…..... And hope…………….. And hope………………… (I used to hope and I realised that I was going NO-WHERE FAST!!!!!!!!!) It’s so common to meet people who are living unfulfilled lives and working in unfulfilling jobs. Why? Because we don’t realise that just like us, careers and jobs have personalities Crazy? True!! The GOOD NEWS is that this is possible to CHANGE With the right knowledge and skills you can actively play the game to win Get THAT job!!! And become your most confident self Sounds good, right? Which is why....... YOU are INVITED to………… A 90 minute seminar On How You Can Take Control of Your Career and Learn How to Play The Game To WIN!!!! You Will Learn: - The Traditional Approach to Your Career and why it no longer works - The Modern Approach to Your Career and how it can WORK for YOU - Learn how to POSITION yourself to GET THAT JOB!! - Learn to play the game to WIN!! And much MUCH more : ) A limited number of seats are available so: 1 - RSVP by sending a text message to 0466 694 511 with your name and date of this workshop being held in Leederville 2 - Make sure to save the date in your calendar 3 - Remember to come along to the workshop 4 – SEATS are LIMITED (only 30 seats are available). Want to bring a friend? Or know someone who needs this? Invite them along as well. The venue is in Leederville on Tuesday 8th March from 645pm to 830pm and close to public transport and FREE parking. See you there! Marilyn Garbin Education Consultant Trainer and Assessor Ex TAFE Lecturer (Business, Retail and Career Development) Careers Advisor Work Experience Co-ordinator Post Graduate Certificate in Career Development (ECU, 2013) Cert IV TAA Cert IV Small Business Management PS: These events always fill up fast and are also advertised elsewhere so please book your ticket early to avoid missing out. See you there!
  13. Hi all, long time reader first time poster........I know, cheesy Anyway, I have now for a long time been considering emigration, and due to a change in family circs here in currently sunny UK, I am seriously considering it. However, due to the way I have gone in my life, dispite my education, I don't match the SOL and only 1 on the CSOL (Police). I am currrently a UK Police officer, and would seriously consider a transfer, but from what I have read over the past few months, WA seem to be the only chance of taking international transfers at the moment, and no news if that will even happen sometime in the near future (unless someone knows otherwise). The other issue with this is that I will have 8 years service in August, and although only just turned 30, last year the service limits was 3-7 years (I know they have boosted this to 10 years in the past). With the current moral and way things are going over here with terroist threats and attacks from all sides, not sure how much longer I can continue with this role in this country - dispite loving the actual bare bones of the job (even the paperwork) My question to you all, if anyone does have 5 minutes to help, is what other way can I look at going..... I have a BA Hons degree in Financial management joint with Business IT as well as A-Levels in computer programming, Accountancy and Mathematics and numerous Policing qualifications (NVQ's from training and promotion exams), but I have no experience other than supervisor roles in the Co-Op shop when I was in Uni. I am considering taking some distant volcational courses in IT and business to boost what I have, but looking at the current jobs market and recent updates on here, not sure that work will that easy to come by for the un-experienced. Anyone with any pointers will be greatly apprechiated.
  14. Hi all, I am new to this forum. Myself and my partner and 2 year old daughter have just started the process of applying for our visas to hopefully come out in September 2016. I currently teach Maths to GCSE level. Does anybody know what the need is for maths teachers currently in Perth? Is it possible to get a maths teachings job teaching to Year 10 only? Any advice on teaching in Perth would be greatly appreciated! Many thanks. Kirsty
  15. Hi We hope to be moving to Perth mid 2016 from the UK and have been looking at areas to start off. We are a family of 4... Becoming 5 in a few months time and are looking for a family friendly area that is also close to work for my husband who is a carpenter. We have looked into Wanneroo a lot and like what we see on google street view but would like to know if anyone has any views on this area... Housing, Parks, schools work etc... Naturally we would also be interested in surrounding areas too �� any info would be gratefully received. Thanks! Cara
  16. James84

    Lost Brit in Perth

    Hi to anyone reading this post. I stepped foot into Perth 5 days ago with my girlfriend we are both 30 and looking to emigrate here and both have working holiday visas. 2 days ago I had an interview with volkswagen ahg group and was offered a job as a car salesmen which has been my career for the last8 years, only problem is I don't have the correct visa, I needed a 457 working visa to complete. Really frustrating as this is not a sponsored career recognised on that particular visa. Being more than capable at most things with a professional background i.e customer service, sales and marketing, I'm desperately now trying to find work here in Perth and live the dream with my better half. If anyone has any suggestions or can help it would be greatly appreciated. I'm still here in Perth WA until the 27th. I look forward to hearing from you all the best.
  17. Hi all, I have a question for those who have experience in working both in UK and Oz as a primary school teacher. I have been reading on Level 3 classroom teacher applications and senior teachers, and I'd like to get a real insite on how it would work for someone coming from the UK to work in Oz. The situation is: primary school teacher with 15 years experience, outsanding teacher, working in school management for the past 8 years, 5 of those as a Deputy Head Teacher, but also keeping some involvement in classroom. Wouldn't mind to move over to Australia and work as a classroom teacher. I read you need to be employed by the Dept of Education for you to apply for Level 3 classroom teacher, and I appreciate the complexity of portfolio, etc... My question is: can a experienced teacher from UK apply for a Level 3 classroom teacher once employed in Oz? Is the UK experience accpted for the portfolio? I know it won't be something that you'd do in your first week there, but I'm wondering if you'd have to work another 15 years in Oz to get there again? Also, I have never seen jobs advertized for level 3 classroon teachers... so how they come about? Also, what is the difference between level 3 classroom teacher and senior teacher? How do you progress from one to another? I'm just trying to get my head around on career progression and keep our expectations realistic. Thanks a lot for your insight. PS: Primary school teacher with Oz only experience are also wellcome to comment. :smile2:
  18. Hello, Good day everybody! I am not sure if this is allowed, but would like to ask if any of you can recommend any recruitment agents for accounting jobs? We will be arriving in Perth in 2 weeks time and is hoping to find a job soon =) Thank you!
  19. We urgently require qualified (experienced) Glaziers for ongoing work. Preferably experienced in commercial glazing and aluminium framing is very much an advantage. For more information and to apply online click the link http://www.irp.net.au/job-search/job-details.php?Glazier/in/Fremantle+and+Southern+Suburbs/5887311
  20. I've recently moved to Perth 3 weeks ago and already found a hairdressing apprenticeship in the lovely centre of Subiaco, but I'm aware that they are looking for a hard working, talented and enthusiastic new junior to join me in our salon. The salon is super busy (i'm not just saying that I'm even struggling to keep up) and the hours are long, but so worth it as its an amazing company and the people who work there are really fantastic at what they do! I currently live in Joondalup and catch two trains every day, which makes the day seem a lot longer so you need a long lasting stamina. You will start as either traineeship or apprentice so incredible opportunity if you are looking for a new career if you've just moved over! (Also if you are 25+ you can start an adult apprenticeship over here) If you would like more information on vacancy please PM me! Jessica
  21. Hi All My husband and I arrived in Perth a week ago. We have a permanent skilled visa. My husband has 10+ years joinery experience, 1st and 2nd fix, roofing etc. We are living north of the river so could you please let me know if you are aware of any vacancies. Thanks very uch Lisa x
  22. 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!
  23. Hi My husband and I are looking to move to Perth with our two boys to join his family who live in Freo but it obviously depends on whether we can get jobs. I am an online fashion content editor in London (background in luxury ecommerce and fashion magazines) and wondering if there are any such jobs in Perth?! Any advice on writing/copy writer/ editor/ freelance fashion writing jobs would be really helpful.. My husband works in private equity fund of funds - anyone know if this or similar exists in Perth too? Thanks - appreciate any help. Sarah
  24. rpakey

    I'm gutted...

    I am not on any lists for WA Visa options look very limited Job offers look even more remote as it seems employers want you to be in Oz already Crazy thing is, I am very well known in the UK for what I do, and yet, for Oz, I cannot even seem to get even the most basic job that I am qualified for! All I want, having spent many years visiting Perth, is to now move there Cannot see a way forwards Gutted...
  25. Hi all, I've been in senior manager roles in MNCs in the UK and am now in Perth looking for a job. I've been told by a few people (including Hays who I met) to be open to any level of roles, including entry level - just wondering if it's a wise decision to do that until a senior role comes along, or will I be slotting myself and have to start all over again? Any advice will be appreciated. Many thanks.
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