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Old 10th October 2009, 12:04 AM   #1
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URGENT POSITIONS AVAILABLE

  • DIESEL MECHANIC REGIONAL QUEENSLAND
3 + years experience in mechanical repairs. Work 50% in field and 50% in workshop - $50 000 + Benefits
  • ASSISTANT TECHNICAL ENGINEER REGIONAL QUEENSLAND
Civil Engineer + experience in infrastructure projects - $60 000 + Benefits
  • NURSE MACKAY, QUEENSLAND
Mature nurse required to work in Aged Care facility - $ 60 000 + +
  • TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPERINTENDENT REGIONAL NEW SOUTH WALES
Mining Engineer with experience in design, planning and scheduling of underground mining operations. (Gold) $NEG
  • GEOLOGIST REGIONAL NEW SOUTH WALES
Degree + 2 years exp for underground Gold Mine operation Start your career!!!
  • REGISTERED MINE SURVEYOR REGIONAL NEW SOUTH WALES
Oversee all aspects of field surveying both underground and surface
  • SENIOR PROJECT METALLURGIST REGIONAL NEW SOUTH WALES
Metallurgical background and Plant / process improvements
  • GRADUATE ACCOUNTANT REGIONAL NEW SOUTH WALES
Degree + interest in Mining

Employers are happy to sponsor the right candidate on 457 - ENS visas. So if you are interested please PM me or send an email with your expression of interest.
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I have given this link on another forum (GDU). Should get some traffic and queries

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Old 10th October 2009, 02:17 PM   #3
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Old 16th October 2009, 06:14 PM   #4
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Sheelagh, as a matter of interest have you had any responses?
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Old 17th October 2009, 03:13 AM   #5
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Not one!

Which astounds me as I thought there would be a myriad of migrants or would-be migrants interested. From my experience in this business I would guess working in a regional area is what is putting people off!

Most migrants just want to head for one of the large cities (which I can understand because of support networks etc). Although if you are offered a job in a regional area compared to being unemployed in the city it surprises me that most would rather be unemployed in the city!
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Not one!

Which astounds me as I thought there would be a myriad of migrants or would-be migrants interested. From my experience in this business I would guess working in a regional area is what is putting people off!

Most migrants just want to head for one of the large cities (which I can understand because of support networks etc). Although if you are offered a job in a regional area compared to being unemployed in the city it surprises me that most would rather be unemployed in the city!
When I am in Banglaesh, most poeple I see, who want to migrate to Australia, prefer to go to Sydney because that is where all their friends or relatives are.
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My name is Vitaliy,I am from Ukraine.

I have many years experience in reconditioning both diesel and petrol engines,lots of experience in assembling new parts on body too.

Some skills in rewiring electrical systems,and also in computer diagnostic tools,(snap –on)



Worked in England four years so the english is on a good level.In England I worked in a fleet care centre and done all kinds of works on mostly commercial vehicles.
Can I apply for diesel mechanic position?
If you are still looking for for the workers please ask me about the kinds of work I have done and all other information you need and I will be happy to respond.

Also ,(and here I ask you for a favour),it just may be you will know in the future about a company in motoring industry looking to employ someone from oversees please let me know.

Thank you for your time .

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Old 24th November 2009, 02:27 PM   #8
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Hi Vitaliy

Welcome to the Migration Help forum.

Mechanics (diesel mechanics in particular) are usually highly sought after in Australia - why they are not on the Critical Skills Lists amazes me.

Please send a copy of your resume/CV which outlines not only your education and training but also a detailed break down of your employment history (my email address is below). Once I know a little more about your background I will be able to advise you further.

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Hi Sheelagh, my name is David, I'm from Chile and now I'm in Australia studying English for the last 5 months. I'm Industrial Engineer with 7 years of previous work experience and I'm here with a student visa that expires in the middle of May.

I'm really interested in work in Australia before come back to my country and also I am making a big change in the direction of my career from the private sector to the non-for-profit sector, finding a more meaningful work, doing something that makes a difference and where I can use my skills to help others.

For this reason I would like to ask you if you have some information about non-for-profit organizations in Sydney which are seeking for overseas workers and where I could find a sponsorship for my work Visa.

Thank you in advance.

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Hi David

Welcome to the forum and my apologies for taking so long to respond to you.

Off the top of my head, the only agencies I know of that operate in the not-for-profit area is Job Seeker and Kylie Hammond. Give them a call and have a chat about what you are looking to do. If they cannot help you directly I am sure they will be able to give you names of organisations who may be interested.

You should also look at the employment opportunities being advertised by Pathways Australia.

The only other advice I can offer you is to search the internet for non-profit organisations in Australia and approach each one directly.

If I think of anything else in the meantime I'll post it here.

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