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  1. Want to live and work in NSW, Australia? This business is offering multiple employer sponsorships for panel beaters! “We are a family run business with a newly renovated workshop and state of the art technology. We work on a large variety of cars, including being Tesla approved.” Arrive in Australia with a job, in as little as 3-6 months. You can include family on this visa, and earn a starting salary $100,000 AU per annum. This job is based in Castle Hill, just 30 minutes from Sydney city centre. Perfect for families and young professionals. If you're a qualified panel beater, please get in contact. Kimberley Chatt | LinkedIn
  2. Hi, Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated. I am an Alarm engineer with over 10 yrs experience (but no qualifications) and would love to move to Oz, I have spoken with a couple of migration agency's who say this occupation is not on the list and I could only get in through employer sponsorship. I would like to know if there is anyone with the same occupation who has been through this and what route you took? Looking at the SOL there are occupations listed such as Electronic instrument trades person which when you read the description, it does describe what I do, are the migration agency's right and I am trying to find something that really isn't there? Or are they just taking easy applications as suggested to us by some friends we met in Oz? If you moved through employer sponsorship, how easy or hard was it to find a job and how long did it take from getting a job offer to moving? Thanks in advance for any advice.
  3. Hello, I am the Recruitment Specialist at AMVL International Recruitment (http://www.amvljobs.com). We currently have clients all over Australia who have asked us to source them skilled workers in the below occupations; Car Mechanics Truck Mechanics Agricultural Mechanics Mining & Construction Mechanics Metal Fabricators Metal Machinists (Manual & CNC) Panel Beaters/Spray Painters Butchers Civil Engineers (Roads, Dams, Bridges, Services, Infrastructure) Software Engineers (Computer Network, Multimedia Specialist, Database Administration, Web Administrator and Developer) Successful applicants will be offered employer sponsorship (subclass 457 visa), a competitive remuneration package and in some cases, relocation assistance. To be successful in obtaining one of these roles you MUST be trade qualified and have a minimum three years post-trade relevant work experience (minimum five years for Engineers) and an overall IELTS score of five or above. Other requirements do apply. If this sounds like you, or you'd like to know more please email your CV or enquiry to jobs@australianmigrations.com. Please mention PomsinOz in your email so that I know where your referral has come from. I look forward to hearing from you soon. John Young Recruitment Specialist AMVL International Recruitment http://www.amvljobs.com
  4. Offering an energetic work environment with an opportunity to gain employer sponsorship (subclass 457 visa) and further career development opportunities. We are seeking a commercial Refrigeration/Air-Conditioning Mechanic with solid experience in; Installation and running of copper lines; Handling, mounting and securing condensing units; Diagnosing faults using the necessary tools; and The installation of commercial refrigeration and air-conditioning units. Additional requirements include; Trade qualification; 3+ years post-trade work experience; Flexibility to work with other trades within the maintenance team of the business; and High level of English (IELTS 5 or above). The successful candidate will begin on a three month trial period (i.e. on a working holiday visa) and upon successful completion of this period will be offered employer sponsorship. If you are interested in this opportunity please email your CV/resume to jobs@australianmigrations.com.
  5. We have two clients who are looking for trade qualified and experienced Truck Mechanics who are already in Australia (on a Working Holiday Visa or 457 Visa). These job opportunities are based in Sydney (NSW) and Goodiwindi (QLD) with both packages offering excellent salaries (approximately $75,000) and employer sponsorship. Successful applicants will need to have American and European truck experience, and knowledge of Cummins and Deutz engines would be advantageous. Please include an up-to-date copy of your CV/resume to apply - either PM me or email jobs@australianmigrations.com. John Young Recruitment Specialist AMVL International Recruitment
  6. speedforu2000

    Eligibility for 186 visa

    Hi, I have 457 Employer sponsorship Temp visa. To be eligible for 186 (permanent visa) immi website states that worker needs to work 2 years with the Employer. Before 457 visa granted, I already worked with the Company for nearly 1.7 years. My query is, does that period count to be eligible for 186 visa or I have to wait further 2 years? Any comment, suggestion or previous experience will be appreciated. Thanks in-advance
  7. Hello, I am a Recruitment Specialist at AMVL International Recruitment (www.amvljobs.com). We currently have a number of clients in Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales who need Civil Engineers with roads and water experience. These are fantastic opportunities for Civil Engineers to join well established companies. As well as attractive remuneration packages and excellent team support, these employers are also offering employer sponsorship to the successful candidates. To be successful in obtaining one of these roles you will have a degree in Engineers, 5+ years relevant work experience and it would be an advantage to have extensive experience within water, roads and related major infrastructure projects. As part of this role you will; Design roads and water projects along with all major infrastructure Produce feasibility studies Have an understanding of Australian design codes and practices Liaise with clients Be good with time management Be part of a growing company and rewarded with excellent opportunities You will have a high standard of English (IELTS of 5 or above). Package inclusions; Generous, competitive salary 20 days annual leave 9% Superannuation (Pension) Employer sponsorship/subclass 457 visa If you'd like to learn more about this opportunity, or to apply, please email your CV/resume to jobs@australianmigrations.com We look forward to hearing from you soon. Ravi Jain Recruitment Specialist AMVL International Recruitment - http://www.amvljobs.com
  8. AMVL International Recruitment (http://www.amvljobs.com) has a group of Australian employer clients who require us to recruit a number of trade qualified and experienced Auto Electricians to work in various locations in Queensland and Western Australia. These clients are keen to offer employer sponsorship to Auto Electricians with three or more years post-trade work experience who want to utilise their skills and experience and become vital members of their growing teams. Experience working on Caterpillar machinery as listed below is highly advantageous: Caterpillar maintenance for HD trucks (up to 170 tonne) - 777 Caterpillar Dozers - D10 Wheel Loaders - 992 Expertise in SIS software and CAT Electronic Technician (ET) Other criteria & experience: Trade qualification & 3+ years work experience Rewiring and fit outs Diagnose faults, maintain and repair earth moving and related plant and components as instructed - both routine and breakdown maintenance Source and requisition parts requirements through the appropriate manuals or publications Source technical information from the relevant, available reference manuals, technical bulletins and computer based systems You will also need to have a high standard of English (IELTS 5 or above) and a good understanding of safety requirements. Package inclusions: Employer sponsored (subclass 457) visa Competitive salary 20 days annual leave 9% Superannuation (Pension) Keen to apply? Please email me your up-to-date CV/resume to my details below - John Young - Recruitment Specialist AMVL International Recruitment (http://www.amvljobs.com) Email: john@australianmigrations.com
  9. do you know who can help me to be sponsored or get empoyer? i had certificate in beauty culture and i practiced it with my family, friends and relatives. how could i be qualified to get nominated? please help me...thank you.
  10. As the title suggests - If a potential 45+ migrant with positive skills assessment & IELTS gains Employer Sponsorship/Nomination but has an unskilled partner what future prospect is there for them to achieve Permanent Residency?
  11. Hello, As the title says, my DW and I have been talking about a move to Oz for years but haven't done much about it, but if we don't get off our bums and do something about it, it's never going to happen! We have been to Oz (on holiday) twice in the last 4 years and loved it, but the second visit did give us a better perspective (we took our rose tinted spectacles off lol) So we know it's not perfect over there but its pretty close to it and if we don't at least try to get there, it will be our biggest regret. I'm 32, my DW is 28 and our Daughter is 2 (coming on 5 lol). I work as a CCTV and Access Control and Alarm Engineer with over 10 years experience. We have spoken with a few migration agency's who advised my occupation is not on the skilled list so I would need employer sponsorship to get a visa, I will be posting questions about this in another part of the forum to find out if anyone else with the same occupation was successful in getting to Oz Via this route or another. I know whatever route we choose it is going to be hard work and could take a long time but I'm excited that we've finally decided to focus all our efforts on getting to Oz. This forum has been a great starting point for us and we look forward to having conversations with many of you. Thanks for taking the time to read this and best of luck with your journey, whatever that may be.
  12. Hello I know there may have been heaps of questions similar to this asked previously - but i couldn't find a response specific to this question.. I'm just wondering if anyone has recent experience of the processing time for Employers to be approved for sponsorship? I am transferring my current 457 visa to a new employer. I've been informed by immigration that it can take up to 4 weeks, but has anyone experienced it to be a quicker/longer process? This waiting game is a killer! Any information on people's experiences would be much appreciated. Thanks, S
  13. I am currently working hard to find employer sponsorship in WA. Let's get ahead of ourselves and imagine I am successful in finding a sponsor :jiggy: What timescales would I expect to face for the visa process? Would I still need my skills assessed, and if so would you recommend I have my skills assessed up front? Thanks everyone for any advice / support.