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    Hi all, We are new to this forum and are in desperate ned of some help and guidance! My partner is 31 and a part 2 qualified scaffolder and I am 27 and work in recruitment and will have the certificate in HR practice by the end of june (CIPD qualification) We have been advised that my partner is too old for a WHV and his skill is not recognised and I would need ot be eductaed to degree level in recruitment. I have been told that if he could get a sponsorship from a sacff company with could come over but not sure how ture this is and when Ihave spoken to migration agents, they have just said it's a no go. Does anyone know if there are any options available to us to come out as we really want to immigrate! Hope you can help Thanks
  2. We urgently require Excavator Operators for Civil/Construction Sites in Perth Metro area. This role will lead to ongoing type positions for suitable candidates. All Operators must have previous experience in machines ranging from 1.5tonne to 80 tonne Candidates must have experience/able to: Final Trim Dig around services Pull/trim Batters Load Out Dump Trucks Drainage (storm water, V drains etc) Cut to levels Tilt Bucket works, Rock Breaking, Back Filling etc. http://www.seek.com.au/job/31077266?pos=3&type=standard&userqueryid=155183972807671978 Good rates on offer and other job positions available in the civil and construction industry. http://www.finaltrimoperators.com.au/looking-for-work
  3. Hi guys, We're looking for an experienced and flexible operator/all rounder for a civil project commencing immediately in the Chidlow area. Good rates on offer and the opportunity for regular ongoing work(42 - 56 hours per week) The Role(s) Various Plant Operating such as Roller, Skid Steer, Excavator, Tipper, Tele Handler (not essential to have ALL experience) General Site works e.g. set-up, demolition, earthworks Assistance with culvert installation http://www.seek.com.au/job/31023526?pos=20&type=standard&userqueryid=95131397506334213 We are an established recruiting company (not cowboys) with a head-quarters in Perth and offices in Brisbane & Sydney, specialising in Construction, Mining, Civils, Rail and Trades recruitment. http://www.finaltrimoperators.com.au/looking-for-work
  4. You are a director of a business and you want to have many talented, skilled employess, but you don’t know how to attract many high skilled employees. So, We (Vietnam Workforce Supplier) will show you the valuable tips to attract many high skilled employees. Please kindly read these following tips in some minutes and follow to make your dream become true. 1. Make lifestyle part of your employee recruitment offer Many employees are just as concerned about quality of life as they are about the amount of money a position offers. If you’re fortunate enough to be located in an area with great skiing, beaches, extensive hiking/biking trails, excellent golf courses or other attractive features be sure to play them up when you’re trying to attract employees. 2. Emphasize the benefits your small business offers. Make your company more attractive to potential employees by offering things such as flexible hours and work at home options. Among the more unusual benefits some small businesses offer are being able to bring a pet to work and allowing employees to power-nap during the day. 3. Offer employees some way to move upwards. Most employees aren't looking for jobs where they’ll do the same thing for the next thirty years. They're looking for positions that offer opportunities for advancement. What will the position you're offering offer? The chance to develop new skills? A stepping stone to a position with more responsibilities? More money after a certain amount of time on the job? Whatever it is, in terms of attracting employees, be sure to get the future possibilities on the table. 4. Develop Skills and Potential Not only does the program provide new job opportunities, but Career Connections offers a host of career development tools such as self-assessments, tools to develop resumes, and articles on various job seeking strategies within the company. Skilled people will not remain in a job if they see no future in their position. To eliminate the feeling of being in a dead-end job, every position should have an individual development plan. If you have any inquiries, please feel free to contact Vietnam Workforce Supplier to know further information. Vietnam Workforce Supplier is your best choice. Best regards and thanks for your interest!
  5. SENIOR WEB DEVELOPER - RUBY & JAVASCRIPT We are looking for an extremely passionate and highly skilled individual to work on an exciting web based software project. Working with a team of six talented developer's you will be working in an agile development environment that is fast paced and will allow you to develop your skills with emerging technology. Role is Sydney Based. Web application development API code development Documentation Testing and support Criteria: Significant Ruby experience Javascript experience. In particular JQuery, Scriptaculous and Sproutcore CouchDB or other document-based database experience Significant HTML/CSS experience Experience with source control software (SVN/Git/etc) Linux/Unix command line + scripting, server admin experience Excellent problem solving skills Dedication and a strong passion for web application development Excellent communication skills - both written and verbal Ability to listen, interpret and thrive off feedback Experience with Mobile Application Development This is an extremely exciting opportunity to become part of a growing Australian web based software company. Client is also offering 457 Visa Sponsorship (Australian work visa) for the correct candidate. Konnecting is an Australian Skilled Migration & Recruitment Consultancy, who sources candidates for niche role. We are a registered migration agency who can also process the Australian employer sponsored 457 visa. 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
  6. Hi, First post, so here goes I've just received my conditional offer of employment with WAPol. I took part in their latest recruitment drive over in London. Its now time for Visa applications! Just wondered if anyone else on here is at this stage or has recently made the move who could offer me some advice. Main things I'm looking at; Rentals, where to rent? Should I rent near the academy? How much money is advised to bring over as a minimum? Pension Transfer Shipping Any general advice? Thanks in advance x
  7. Hello, Can anyone recommend a good IT recruitment agency in Perth? We are not in Austrailia yet, but would like to build up a relationship with an agency and can always fly over for any good interviews. Many Thanks, Lisa
  8. Hi all I'm based in the UK at present and planning a move to Oz later this year. My husband works in the Engineering sector and his skills are on the Skilled Occupation List so we're applying for independent Permanent residency visas. I have worked as an IT Recruiter in the UK for the whole of my career. Work for my husband seems to be more prominent in WA so we are concentrating on the Perth area, but I'm not sure what the IT job market is like in WA? Does anyone know if there are many IT Recruiter jobs in WA and much work in the IT sector at all? I've looked on Seek and the majority of IT recruiter roles appear to be in Sydney and although I don't necessarily need to remain in the IT field because if you are good at recruitment you can apply your skills to any sector it would be useful to know what this market is like? Thank you for taking the time to read, Marie
  9. You want to start a business; however, you don’t know how to start a business. We (Vietnam workforce supplier) will show you the practical steps to start a business. Please kindly read these following ideas in some minutes and follow to start a business: [h=2]Step 1: Write a Business Plan[/h]Use these tools and resources to create a business plan. This written guide will help you map out how you will start and run your business successfully. [h=2]Step 2: Get Business Assistance and Training[/h]Take advantage of free training and counseling services, from preparing a business plan and securing financing, to expanding or relocating a business. [h=2]Step 3: Choose a Business Location[/h]Get advice on how to select a customer-friendly location and comply with zoning laws. [h=2]Step 4: Finance Your Business[/h]Find government backed loans, venture capital and research grants to help you get started. [h=2]Step 5: Determine the Legal Structure of Your Business[/h]Decide which form of ownership is best for you: sole proprietorship, partnership, Limited Liability Company (LLC), corporation, S corporation, nonprofit or cooperative. [h=2]Step 6: Register a Business Name ("Doing Business As")[/h]Register your business name with your state government. [h=2]Step 7: Get a Tax Identification Number[/h]Learn which tax identification number you'll need to obtain from the IRS and your state revenue agency. [h=2]Step 8: Register for State and Local Taxes[/h]Register with your state to obtain a tax identification number, workers' compensation, unemployment and disability insurance. [h=2]Step 9: Obtain Business Licenses and Permits[/h]Get a list of federal, state and local licenses and permits required for your business. [h=2]Step 10: Understand Employer Responsibilities[/h]Learn the legal steps you need to take to hire employees.