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Hi there, Poms ! I am after EOI for a mot tester and mechanic to work down south in Buselton at an indpendent VW and Bmw workshop. Some vehicle examination or MOT experience would be great. For those who need regional work area for their visa then look up Busselton. I was a 457 into Alice springs years back and am now service manager at Passmores in town. If you have a current cv and have mot testing and a good all round mechanical background would like to hear from you.

cheers Andy.

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Update, happy Pom still employed, foreman has let and started his own business doing classic cars. Looking for someone who has worked on euro cars for a senior role in Busselton. Lovely spot and I love living here. Small family buisness doing general service but a lot of VW Audi and older Bmw cars to be looked after.

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