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  1. Does anyone have experience of this company and if so any information about them as an employer would be terrific. Trying to get a vibe for them, thanks. Gain
  2. Hi everyone, I'm a Recruitment Specialist for an International Recruitment and migration company - AMVL International Recruitment ( www.amvljobs.com). I currently have clients who are looking to employ and sponsor a range of experienced (3+ years post trade) qualified Boilermakers/Metal Fabricators to live in work in locations in QLD, NSW and WA. If this sounds like you and you'd like to know more let me know. John www.amvljobs.com
  3. VICTORIA Position: Boilermaker/ Welder (20 Positions Available) Industry: Steel and Pipework Location: Victoria Hours: Monday - Thursday 7am - 3.30pm (30 minute lunch break) Friday 7am - 1pm (no lunch break) Overtime when required. Pay: Negotiable Holidays: 20 days Description: Manual Metal Arc welding. coded pipefitter/welder encouraged to apply with welding certificates - start date negotiable. City and Guilds level 2 prefered but not essential. Must have at least 3-5 yeasr experience. Skills Required: Manual Metal Arc welding and installation of pipework. Visa: 457
  4. Hi my partner is a boilermaker currently looking for a sponsor has had some interest and just awaiting interviews, he would be going out fairly quickly on sponsorship and I wouldnt be going until July next year so 9-10 alone on one salary and I wondered what kind of wage to expect so we can see if its enough for him alone unti I come out. Ideally during this time apart he'd like to be saving for a bigger place/furniture etc Any info much appreciated Vicky
  5. we are emigrating to australia in october 2011. i have a successful TRA skills assessment. I am a boilermaker. I have been informed that i now need to apply for an ARTC certificate to allow me to work as a boilermaker over in oz. i have been on the website and it looks like i have to apply for this all over again, and submit all the references, job details, apprentiship details etc that i originally submitted when i did the TRA. just seems like a lot of work when iv already done all this. any advice would be great. i just assumed once i was successful with TRA that that would be it, but i guess i was wrong regards danny
  6. Hi, I am a qualified boilermaker with over 20 years experience, currently in the UK. I have my 136 permanent resident visa already, but would like to secure employment before I came out. Anyone require a boilermaker then get in touch rwilko[at]ymail.com Cheers Wilko
  7. hi im a boilermaker with over 15 yr exp. applied in aug 09. still waiting. just wondered does anyone in my game know of an up and coming job in perth or even NSW (hunter and new england) that would be interested in possible sponsorship am getting really frustrated, keep applying for jobs on the internet, but each time i find a suitable one, cant proceed because am not an australian resident. just want to get over there danny
  8. Hey guys I know I no longer live in Oz but I was doing a job search for myself and came across this advert in our local paperwork and they are offering 457 sponsorship. Jobs at steelstruct-engineering | Find vacancies and apply online at http://www.jobsnortheast.co.uk/ We went over on a 457 visa and its a quick route into the country but I would recommend that you pursue the permanent route as soon as you get there are pitfalls to this visa, eg: 28 days to find a new sponsor if things don't work out. But its a great way to move over and see if you like it before you go for permanancy or just have an adventure for a couple of years like we did. We didn't use an agent to help us with the paperwork we just did it ourselves and saved ourselves some money. It was time consuming but fairly straight forward and we were there within 4 months. Good luck Sarah
  9. Guest

    Welder

    Busy engineering company is looking for experienced welders/boilermakers to work in South Australia, great town, very affordable and excellent facilities, Please contact Stephen. glover@sjcheesman.com.au
  10. Hi There Who get TRA Boilermaker,Metal Fabricator from TRA I need help also Advise about that. Regards
  11. I am a Boilermaker/ Metal Fabricator applying for Victoria sponsership. May need an idea of any areas with mining activities or Metal fabricating in Victoria, prefferably areas with at least a Tafe or Uni.
  12. Dansdoinit

    Help with TRA....Please

    Hi all, thought i would introduce myself as I'm a newbie! :wideeyed: long time reader first time threader. My name's Dan, 32 (today!) time served as fabricator/welder (boilermaker) I Backpacked up & down the East Coast of Oz on a working visa in 2003 for a year and fell in love with the place and has always been a dream since to live there. Putting the wheels in motion now and I'm stumbling at the first hurdle, the dreaded TRA. Now, I have a rough idea of what is required to be put in but i have no idea how in-depth I need to be, how far back I start from etc, etc, Ive tried trawling the net to see if there is one that I could use as a format, obviously everyone is going to be different but there's nothing out there. If anyone can help at all I would be so greatful. Thanks for reading my first thread Dan
  13. Hi, Anyone know of any firms looking for boilermaker/welders/fabricators or maintenance fitters. My cousin and I are both in Perth looking for work, agencies not being much help at the moment. Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Tim (BMW) & Jason(MF)
  14. alimal

    Perth Boilermaker Jobs

    Hi and Happy New Year to everyone We are hoping to be in Perth by the end of April but are worried about the job situation. Have heard that boilermaker vaccancies are drying up. Does anyone have any inside information? Mal
  15. Hi to you all My OH and I are seriously thinking of moving to Oz. He is 45 (and I know for him to get a visa that 45 is the limit), and is a welder (he owns his own business at the mo corgi reg plumbing and heating with his son and unfortunately, though my OH has been working on boilers for years he hasnt got the C&G in plumbing, his son has). Anyhow I have been told in previous threads that if a company does want to sponsor him then age is not really a consideration - as long as he can prove that he can do the job - he's been welding, pipefitting fabricating since a teenager. What do others think his chances are (oh i've also been informed that being a boilermaker is seen as more highly than a welder)? If he has a chance where would be the best place to move? Also I am currently an ICT teacher in a sixth form college and would be quite happy to find if not teaching, but IT training related work in Oz.:wacko: If anybody can give me some advice, or know of companies taking on and perhaps some links to organisations that we can look at- particularly Welding it would be most appreciated Thanks Capt Emz:chatterbox:
  16. Hi all, Sorry we haven't posted 4 a while, we trust you are all well, we have been really busy sorting out our house to sell as yes, ye hah !!! We have the visa stamped in our passports all ready to go and hope to move over to W/A B4 the need of a validation trip is needed. (early new year) Advice is really needed on the way forwards now, we have a plan in so far as; Mike has been applying for jobs in the mines etc as a Boilermaker/Fabricator/welder hopefully gets a job and go out to Oz, in the meantime the house is up 4 sale and pending a sale the rest of us come out to live. Or Plan B I get a job in contracts and procurement and go first. Anyway just wondering if anybody has had any experience in getting a job In Oz, while still in the UK? Any advice, websites etc. And lastly, well done and good luck to the lot of us with dreams of getting out of what we see in the papers every day! The new UK.
  17. I am the fabrication supervisor of a small marine engineering company, we need good tradesmen in naval base, please ring me if your looking for work or e-mail me at michael@watmar.com.au 0488120880 good terms and conditions for the right people and permenent employment. mick
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