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  1. Hi there, please can anyone let me know how easy (or not) it will be to find part time work in the above areas in these times of uncertainty. I've been accepted on a Student Visa to SC TAFE and possibly to AICA on Gold Coast for July 09 so we can only do 20 hours, plus we need to fit it around college and our sons. We are willing to do almost anything. Please help if you can as this is the only thing thats stopping me sending my acceptance forms back! Many many thanks for viewing this post. Diane:confused::unsure:xx
  2. Hi, has anyone got any recent info on what it's like to get a teaching job or retail management job in either perth or Melbourne please :wacko: Thanks
  3. ....Need An Adviser - Chartered Financial Planner - Expert Independent Financial Advice (IFA). We're currently looking for reliable financial advice ahead of our move and came across these guys. Anyone used them...? Thanks in advance... S :wubclub:
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    Hi again all, Applying for a Prospective Marriage visa or Partner Visa (not sure yet ) Reading the various relevant British government websites it seems that for an Aussie to marry in the UK one would need a certain visa to enter on that grounds - and/or a Certificate of Approval from the Home Office - and this can take up to 3 months to 'process' aswell. :err: can anyone verify this or advise of an easier way? From other forums I've read we may be best to fly to a country such as Denmark where apparently you only need to be in the country 3 days and minimal costs to marry... again any advice or warnings?? Ideally my fiance and I would marry here or in Europe and then apply for the Partner Visa, as we do not want the risk I suppose of not being granted the Prospective marriage Visa, lower costs overall - and it seems the processing time for a partner visa (offshore) may be shorter? failing this we come to my most important question I suppose - part of the Application for Prospective Marriage says we need a letter of Registration of Marriage including date and venue - which we obtain by lodging and NOIM with a celebrant. That makes sense but nowhere can I find how to actually get this to happen. Being in the UK currently, I'm emailling a few celebrants in Aus to no avail. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Again, thanks for any help with any or all of the matters, Damon.
  5. Hey everyone. I didn't know where to post this question, since it is about transport really, but hopefully someone will be able to help me. My family are visiting this August, and my mum wants to see some of the rock formations out in the W.A desert, particularly 'The Wave' and 'The Pinacles' The only problem is, my spouse and I aren't too keen on the long road journey it would take, especially (And this is a BIG especially) all those huge rigs coming at you from the other direction (In fact the idea makes my spouse, who is epileptic, feel strange :confused:) Is there a train service that goes out into the desert, particularly those places, and if not to those actual places, any other cool rock formations that are out in the desert? Usually, if we could afford it, I would just say to maybe catch a little plane or something but I don't think that is going to be affordable for us, if it even exists. I would really appreciate any links, advice, maps, anything that could get us to those places without the need to go on a coach or in a car, otherwise we will not be going :nah::smile: Thanks! x
  6. Hi all, I have been going through following portals for a IT job search for a developers position (C/Linux/Unix) or an linux/unix adminstrators position. p, li { white-space: pre-wrap; } www.seek.com.au www.careerone.com.au www.mycareer.com.au The initial impression i get is quite demoralizing, as I could find only less than 5 jobs in SYD from the above portals, which disappeared less than 1 day time before I could apply. Also looking for linux administrator openings, but I could see around less than 50 jobs. This is out of 4k-5k job in IT in SYD. Are there any other portals / forums I am missing out ? I also heard that mostly the IT job market works on referrals. Is this true, if so how do I go about networking in a place where I am new to ? Can you suggest good consutants / HR recruiters whom I should apply with ? I am a little concerned now. Please provide your valuable suggestions and feebback. Greatly appriciate and help! Thanks in advance.
  7. Hi all, I'm from Vancouver, Canada and will be moving to Sydney around October. I'm going to start looking for a communication/public relations job that requires 1-2 years of previous experience (along with a communications degree). Does anyone have advice as to where to start looking, whether most companies will hire you before arriving in Australia and so on. Any suggestions or advice would be much appreciated!
  8. Fantastic opportunity for experienced IT and Telco Recruitment Consultants to join our offices in Australia. Glotel, one of the world's leading human capital solutions providers, are currently looking for experienced New Business Recruitment Consultants to join our offices across Australia - in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. With a network of 19 offices throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific, our international reach provides multinational clients with local expertise on a global scale, and our candidates with exciting worldwide career opportunities. You will be: ·Extensively experienced as a New Business Recruitment Consultant in either the IT or Telco's field ·Have a proven track record of hitting targets, and recent billing history ·Looking for an opportunity to enter the IT and Telco Recruitment Industry in Australia What we offer: ·New business duel desk roles (flexible if want to spec in Perm or Contract) ·Competitive base salary and attractive commission scheme ·Sponsorship available (457 Visa) ·Great opportunity for career progression ·Recognition - every single individual will be known for his or her individual efforts Our intention is to double our current turnover by 2010. This will create development opportunities for everyone, and we are hoping to promote from within, so please apply ASAP. If you have the skills and attributes described above then we'd like to talk to you about the opportunities we have at Glotel. Take the next step in changing your future - email me ASAP for an interview: amy.kennedy@glotel.com
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