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  1. Hi Everyone! I am just writing to let everyone know that the Cambridge Weight Plan is now being distributed in Australia. We are so excited to be able to bring this amazing program to Australian shores, expecially since it is so well known all over the world. We are currently looking for consultants all over Australia and have already started training in Melbourne, NSW and Queendsland. Spread the word about the UK's and the worlds best diet to all of your friends.
  2. We are looking for recruitment consultants for our offices in Sydney. We are an established company with a strong presance in the market and are looking for experienced and trainee consultants to cover construction and engineering market. For experienced recruiters we can offer sponsorship. Great salaries great prospects. Send me a PM for more details
  3. Guest

    Management Consultants?

    Hi Guys. Sorry total newbie here and hope that this question hasn't already been answered (have done a search but not found anything as of yet ). Myself and my partner are both Business Consultants in the UK and want to emigrate to Australia but we're not sure on the best option when it comes to Visas. We don't really want to work for anyone else and haven't seen Business/Management Consultant on the SOL Schedule 1 although it does appear on the extended State Sponsored list but not sure what the implications of this are. Does this mean that we may be able to get state sponsorship and if so does that then mean we have to work for the state or is it a question of them sponsoring us and us either working for someone else when we arrive in Australia or setting up our own business? I've tried to read through the immi.gov.au site but to be honest it's just really confusing me at the moment so any help anyone could give would be great! Looking at the skill spoints for general skilled migration, I score 80 points with my partner scoring 65 (due to his age - 42) but obvioulsy if Business/Management Consultant isn't on the general SOL Schedule 1 is this immaterial? I've tried to get some advice from an Immigration Agent but they all want us to pay a retainer fee which to be honest at this stage we're not happy to do until we understand the options a little better. To be honest I'm a bit annoyed that the agents want money up front to give basic advice when it's likely we would go with them for the full schebang if they actually gave us the information we needed without the additional retainer requests, whatever happened to free initial advice!?! Like I said sorry if this has been asked before just haven't been able to find any info! Many Thanks :cute:
  4. Guest

    Consultants

    Hi all, I've recently passed the points test and have been waiting for a week for a consultant from the visa office to phone me but I've not had any response. I'm not sure about my next step but I'm desperate to get things going. Can anyone please give me some advice. I heard about outside consultant companies that help you through the process and have been wondering whether they might be an option as I don't seem to be getting anywhere fast by myself. Has anyone used these if so could they recommend any? Thanks for any help!
  5. Are you an experienced Recruitment Consultant? Did you have 5 years Recruitment Industry experience? The Adecco Group are the global leaders in HR solutions. We have branches located in all capital cities and many regional centres around Australia. We are always on the lookout for experienced Recruitment Professionals to join us in Australia. So if you are interested and have a minimum of 5 years recruitment industry experience please pm
  6. The Adecco Group is the global leader in HR solutions. We are a Fortune 500 company with over 28,000 employees and 5,700 offices, in more than 60 countries and territories. In Australia, Adecco places 8,000 temporary employees with more than approximately 3,000 clients throughout Australia. We currently have openings for experienced Recruitment Consultants in our Perth, Melbourne & Sydney CBD offices. Roles are true 360 recruitment roles with a strong business development focus. To learn more or apply please contact us on , internalrecruitment@adecco.com.au, or apply through the ad links below. http://www.seek.com.au/Job/senior-consultant-industrial-recruitment-perth/in/adelaide/19722232 http://www.seek.com.au/Job/commercial-recruitment-consultant-melbourne-city/in/melbourne-cbd-inner-suburbs/19707804 http://www.seek.com.au/Job/recruitment-consultant-temporary-division-sydney-city-office-support/in/sydney-cbd-inner-west-eastern-suburbs/19707803
  7. Hi, I work for a National IT company who are currently looking for good Oracle DBA's (Urgent!!) with a wide breadth of experience including RAC, RMAN, Data Guard and some Linux sys admin, SQL Server also an advantage. Also the company is looking for Oracle Functional Consultants (not my area but I can put you in touch with the right contact). I am currently aware that we are looking for people in Brisbane but there may also be opportunities in Perth, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. Please contact me if you feel that you may have the right skills and experience. NO AGENCIES PLEASE!!!!!!!:mad:
  8. Are you an experienced Recruitment Branch Manager or Recruitment Consultant looking for a role in Sydney? The Adecco Group is the global leader in HR solutions. We are a Fortune 500 company with over 28,000 employees and 5,700 offices, in more than 60 countries and territories. In Australia, Adecco places 8,000 temporary employees with more than approximately 3,000 clients throughout Australia. We currently have openings in the Sydney area for experienced Recruitment Branch Managers and Recruitment Consultants. If you are interested in knowing more please send your resume to internalrecruitment@adecco.com.au
  9. Aalto is expert in providing the best results, IT solutions, network security solutions with the largest information technologies.
  10. Our immigration consultants have managed to mess up our life. We had previously applied for 856 ENS (from 457) but when my husband was retrenched in 2009, we had to recall our paperwork from Immigration. The agents kept the paperwork and once we got a new sponsor they hired the same company (albeit in a different city) to do the paperwork (they were paying for it too). We were told because my husband fell into the $190,000 salary bracket, PR would be pretty quick. After a few months they were still requesting papers that we knew their other branch had, so my husband kept on telling them, please get everything from them, they have it all!! Well, 8 months later, we get told that the salary base was increased to $250,000, he needed a new Policy Clearance from overseas, as he had gone to Europe to his dad´s funeral last year, and also that my husband needed a letter from his sponsor guaranteeing the position for 3 years!! Well, didn´t they know this before, so that the letter could have been obtained straight away 8 months ago! Now the sponsor will not give him that letter, in fact they have told him because they didn´t win a contract, he will have to go pretty soon.... start looking for another job!!!! They would be prepared to let him stay until the 1 year is up, but that doesn´t mean anything without the letter... We wasted 8 or 9 months of our life, when these people are supposed to know the ins and outs to help us, now we are back to square 1, looking for another sponsor, and having to wait for 1 more year until we can once again submit an application for PR. Will the next sponsor do the same after 1 year, we live in limbo like this, cannot make any decision in our lives never knowing if our jobs are secure. At least if you have PR you can move about, change careers... Don´t know if should complain, but what will it achieve anyway? How frustrating and stressful!:realmad:
  11. A friend asked me to suggest him a good lawyer/consultant that deals in Business(investor) category. He is not very educated and wouldn't have skills that would enable him to migrate to australia on skilled basis. But he is rich. So he can invest. Any idea which consultant to obtain services from?
  12. mandymcqueen

    Recruitment Consultants

    Hi Guys Just found this advert on Gumtree (Brisbane) and thought I would pop it on here incase it is an option or could be helpful to anyone out there. ocation: Brisbane Package: $60k to $70k (+) superannuation (+) commission (+) LAFHA Sponsorship arranged (if applicable) Our client has solid reputation within the Brisbane technical recruitment market. They provide a niche service offering to clients in the Manufacturing, Energy, Construction, Infrastructure and Consultancy industries. With the upturn in the market our client is looking to grow it's existing teams and capitalise on continued market confidence. Specific areas of need include; - Construction and Engineering - Supply Chain and Logistics - Rail Our client seeks the services of a solid Recruitment Consultant who has a strong understanding of terminology, has consistent billings, has the ability to nurture existing client relationships and develop new business. You will have excellent communication skills, confidence and the ability to build credibility quickly. Our client offers a dynamic work environment where success genuinely breeds success. Our client offers a competitive commission structure that incorporates an individual and team component. If this role is of interest then please don't hesitate to contact carrigan@csalliances.com, phone (02) 9818 8844 or 0408 350 484 Confidentiality guaranteed. the link is Recruitment Consultant - Construction and Engineering - HR Jobs Brisbane - Human Resource Jobs - Gumtree Brisbane Free Classifieds
  13. Has anyone used a recruitment consultant in Perth - which ones are the good ones?
  14. Guest

    Migration consultants

    Hi, has anyone used migration network as consultants for getting over to Oz? If so are these any good or could someone please recommend any good consultants to use. Many thanks Jen & Craig
  15. welsh in oz

    Environmental consultants

    long shot I know but is anyone in this field of work or know of anyone? Been looking for a job for ages (well almost a month) but the market is flatter than a squashed pancake, I have a few interviews to hear back from but thought I would see if anyone on here had any names I could send my CV to or anything like that.... Cheers!
  16. Guest

    migration consultants

    can anyone recommend a migration consultant we want to start the process to go to aus but migration consultants we spoke to seem to have alot of loop holes in what was supposed to be a fixed price contract
  17. Hello people I am new to this and would like some advice, OH and me had a meeting at the emigration group (TEG) at Chester last week and have been told that we have 120 points and can apply for a visa. I would like to know other peoples views and costs (ours quoted £3200 excluding med, police, visa costs etc) and any feed back on TEG. We are due to sign up this week (Wed). Many thanks Sam :jiggy:
  18. Guest

    Which Consultants are best?

    We are about to start our application to (hopefully) move to Oz the only thing is which Consultancy Agency to go with and how much does it roughly cost? My OH contacted 2 companies by doing on line pre visa assessments both said we had enough points to apply for a visa to Oz. We are hoping to move to NSW and one Consultant said we had enough points for there and another said we didn't and said we are 5 points short. As he told us my OH had 115 points and needs 120 to get into NSW. Is that right? Also I was reading on another thread that they think it is going to cost 10 grand to go through the process using a Consultant. Is it as much as that? Or was that a wee mistake with an extra 0 and it really only is £1000? tracy & barry
  19. 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
  20. I have a mate who recruits recruitment consultants for all industries across Australia He currently owns the largest company in Australia that specialize in this type of work and has 100+ spaces to fill. So if you have 3+ years experience in sales and or recruitment, are in Australia or due here shortly then please PM me for details of where to send you CV to and I will pass onto him. He stated that British Expats recruitment consultants find it a doodle working here compared to the UK and they are making a bucket load of cash. As the market continues be very hot there is plenty of opportunity to make hay while the sun shines There is no benefit in this for me other then helping a mate secure some people so please PM and we can take it from there
  21. Guest

    immigration consultants fees

    Hi everyone this is my first thread,I would just like some advice on a couple of issues.., firstly what would you advise and how do you feel about immigration consultants and their fees (ive been quoted £2100 for their services on obtaining a skilled worker visa) this seems a bit high to me,could i not get everything i need myself?? I would also need to have a skills assessment which they say costs A$2200.00 (around £1000) Also the dilemma of where to go!! Im a single young at heart 38 year old man who likes outdoor activities and a lot of social life,ive narrowed it down to Sydney or Adelaide (i have a friend in Adelaide)
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