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  1. Fork Lift Technician (Field Service Technician), required for national company. Sponsorship available on 457 visa and later permanent residency. The nationally based company are seekng experienced Fork Lift Technicians in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. You will be responsible for carrying out a range of maintenance services and planned maintenance , repairs and modifications and are seeking people with experience in either of the following Fork Lifts: Electric Diesel LPG CNG We have positions for both Workshop Technicians and Field Technicians. You will required to service, maintain, diagnose, repair and modify customers existing Fork Lifts. Experience in repairing fork lifts is essential to be successful in this role. The company will provide sponsorship on the 457 visa and later sponsor for permanent residency. We would like to hear from anyone who has experience with repairing / maintaining fork lifts. Please pm
  2. Guest

    Fork lift licence

    Hi Everyone Does anyone know, if an Australian forklift licence would be valid in the UK?.I have scoured the internet and I cant find anything that helps. From the limited info I can find, it looks as if a Forklift licence is only valid in the state , the test was taken in, but I may be reading it wrong Any advice would be great Thanks everyone:smile:
  3. mrcatania

    Stick a fork in me... I'm done !!

    After 16 months here, I am putting myself out of my misery and heading home… in 3 weeks time I will be back in London. It has been one hell of a ride, let down by a mixture of personal issues that many of us go through,like homesickness, loneliness, regret, 8 months of unemployment…couple those with the excruciating exchange rate (that ultimately was the nail in the coffin) along with rocketing property prices = a deficit of $230,000 before I had even started. For me, one of the key reasons for the move here was more 'bang for your buck investment'. The exact day I arrived the exchange rate just disintegrated and this just turned out to be imposible. I just ended up resenting the place, finding every single negative to complain about, and so did not put the effort in that maybe I should have, and so the vicious circle began dragging me spiraling downwards. Following a recent visit back to the UK 3 weeks ago, I met up with my old boss who said the position I had ,and loved, before I left was available again and would be happy to take me back, simultaneously my old flat was back on the market …. Hmm, that popular game show sprang to mind… after everything that’s happened to me in Oz ( or not as the case may be) I looked Noel Edmonds square in the eye and said ‘ Thank you Mr Banker… Deal!’. In this particular game, the 250k was still on the table, but amongst other rubbish boxes, this offer was one where the contestant just had deal. Who knows, I may have had the 250k in my box in the end, I guess we will never know now if/how things may have panned out here. I have been down here many times and loved it, I spoke highly of Oz to friends and family, and said I would never come back to the UK prior to moving. I am still going through the ‘Hows’ and ‘whys’ as to why I am heading home, a seasoned gambler would not have put money on this outcome. In some ways I feel fate did not want me to come down here, everything has been against me, then on the other hand, with a bit of sheer luck on the 10th hr and 59th minute in April, I was offered, out the blue, a great job on a plate, after 8 months of depression and job searching… but it was just too late, the damage was done. I said I would do it for 6 months, and now exactly 6 months later I was offered everything back that I used to have. Maybe this was fate’s way of saying ‘ Right, make your choice’. I always said if I could have my old life back, I would go back. I hope I can just move back easily, but at the end of the day, I had a dream, then I dreamt of what I had…. Somehow I think I will end up dreaming of what should have been. We shall see. Good luck to all going through this, it is the hardest thing I have ever done.
  4. Waitingawhile

    Fork lift truck licences

    Hi OH is a warehouse supervisor could anyone shed any light on whether his forklift truck licences wil count for anything or as we suspect diddly squat-if this is the case does anyone know of how you go about getting the relevant liceces quickly -we will be based in or near to Mandurah cheers:err:
  5. Good moring guys As you mostly know we are going to Oz on my skills as a hairdresser, my hubby is a print finishe (doesnt involve binding though) but he also has a FLT counter balance and reach license which has been part of his job for the past 5 years or so, so he has plenty of experience in it. Im just wondering if we could use his work experience towards ur points rather than me having to do the IELTS test, does anyone know if its on any of the skills lists, I want him to feel like he is contributing something to us going over there. I know there are FLT jobs paying around a tenner an hour (£ not $) so not too worried about him getting a job there,