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  1. HartleysHairdressing

    Hairdressing Position

    Hartley's Hairdressing (situated in Cottesloe) is looking for another team member! If you are determined and can contribute to our positive, enthusiastic work environment please call us now on 93852266! We look forward to hearing from you!
  2. Hi All! My name is Jamie, I am a carpenter from St. Albans, England and I am flying to Perth on March 7th on a working holiday visa. Looking to settle in Perth for a while and get some casual work, any advice on the best way to start out?!... Are there agencies for casual work seekers? Is it better to walk CV's around to different businesses? Is fruit picking a good option in WA? Would anyone likely put a level 3 carpenter to good use even without tools? Any advice would be very much appreciated! Many thanks Jamie
  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. 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.
  5. 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!
  6. hi all!! im planning on joining up with my brother who is just on his way back to perth next tuesday.and i want to be out myself in the 1st week in march,i have a young family here and just want to see it and work as soon as i arrive so need a job to come to,so wanting to spread word on this and see if i get any good leads if possible??i have near 8yrs exp would love to know roughlly a take home pay for a butcher in that area also? thanks..
  7. Hi Everyone, We are one step closer to getting to Oz with out 176 Visa coming in any day now. My deliema is that we have one son and would love another baby now but do we wait and have it in Oz or have it now and put off the actual move for a while? Im thinking if we stayed in the UK to have another baby we'd have the maternity pay and also my company maternity pay but it would be more financially difficult in Oz? Anyone give any advice? what are the options for New Mothers in Oz??
  8. jakey

    bricklaying

    hi guys am bricklayer in the uk am moving to Brisbane Queensland Australia in February as want to get some experience other then the uk what is the work like at the moment in Brisbane is it booming or quiet ? And what the hours like do you work early morning and finish in the afternoon or is it normal working hours.
  9. Hi all I am currently in the process of trying to start working for myself in the refrigeration and air conditioning trade. I have been in Perth nearly a year now, have been in the trade 12 years, and now want a new challenge. If anyone knows of any companies who may need any sub contractors in the coming months any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. I can install, maintain and repair all types of air conditioning and refrigeration and take great pride in my work. Hope some of you can help out there. :smile2:
  10. 🍽 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
  11. 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!
  12. 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
  13. 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.
  14. Guest

    Visa & Work Advice

    Hi there, this is my second post to the site, my partner and I have our hearts set on moving to Perth, I working as an Account Manager in an advertising agency, and my partner working in the asbestos industry as a Surveyor and Contracts Manager, we're both in our 30s. We have been looking into our options of how we get to Oz, and other than finding a company to sponsor us (we have been applying to lots of jobs on seek). We were wondering where we stood with getting a holiday visa and organising interviews/meetings for this time, and then potentially moving the visa if we find work, has anyone done this, or know anyone that has? Any advice will be hugely appreciated, we just can't wait to get out there! Thanks.
  15. seanie

    seanie

    Hi everyone. I have a business here in perth I am selling as we need to move for childrens schooling. Selling it for $370k aussie plus stock. it gives me just over 200k a year net after all taxes. t shirt printing and promotions business. great hours and would suit husband and wife . 4 yrs old and growing every year. done the mining jobs etc but not good for family with children.This business is 5 days 9-6 and 200 k plus aint bad in anyones books. Really enjoyable work but need to be closer to childrens new school . anyone interested or know any genuine buyers please reply.
  16. Hi, Coming to Perth very soon and been looking for ages on the site for advice on ARTC. I know I will need to obtain an 'a' grade license or at least a temporary one at some point. What is the ARTC assessment for i.e. does in enable me to obtain my license? I'm confused over it so any help will be fantastic!
  17. I'm considering studying in Perth for a year, but have concerns about the cost of living there. Does anyone know if I'd be able to do a few hours work a week on a student visa? Thanks.
  18. 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.
  19. 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!
  20. Cavoodles

    Next UK sofa For Sale

    3 Seater and 2 Seater brown leather from Next UK $750 excellent condition just doesn't fit in new house. pm for photos I can't work this upload thing on my iPad. beautiful sofa:wubclub:
  21. 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!
  22. Hi Everyone From what i can see all ready this forum is the place to get the advice and the information needed.... We are a couple looking at moving to Perth within the next 3 years, we have friends in Perth (well will have when she moves back), who will be based on Margret River. We are planning a reccie in July August (i know it wont be sunny and will rain but school holidays and fines needs must)..... we are staying in Jindalee and will be traveling around exploring and looking forward to the time before moving on to Sydney for the 3rd part of our trip. Our children are currently 6, girl and 4, boy. We are still in the very early stages as looking at moving in the form of looking into visa's and the process and saving some more pennies to help fund the move. Myself i am and Health Informatics Performance Analyst and am aware that i need to do a skills test and wondered if anyone have done one in the UK and when would you look at doing one now or wait nearer the time? ( i would be applying for a skilled visa) My wife is a home maker working part time in retail but is also a qualified nursery nurse. One of our children is adopted has anyone had to complete the visa for children adopted please? We would like to bring our 2 dalmations with us and wondered what vaccinations they would require please? Is there a friendly LGBT culture and places to meet with like minded people and families well that it basically in a nut shell if anyone can think of anything to do in Perth's winter would also be helpful please thank you in advance xxx :-)
  23. Guest

    Joiner seeking Sponsorship

    Hi i am currently on a 2 week break in Perth staying in rivervale. I have been working as a self employed joiner/ ceilings and partitioner in the UK for 17 years. Im looking to find permanent employment to allow me to apply for a 457 visa as soon as possible so i can move out here with my wife and chilldren. Can anyone help or advise..?
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