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Found 6 results

  1. cheeky monkey

    metal machinists in oz

    Quick question! Are there any pio members that are metal machinists and are in oz already? If so hows the work situation as im coming over in september and any leads would be great.Also what areas are best for that trade. cheers steve.:daydreaming:
  2. cheeky monkey

    metal machinists

    hey! I work on a cnc horizontal borer but i am apprentice taught in all aspects in metal machining so turn my hand to any machine mainly medium to heavy. Hows the work situation in oz and which state would be the best? Any suggestions would be really helpful,also a lot of jobs are advertised as FITTER/MACHINIST being engineered minded has any machinists out there gone on to a job which involes fitting.?:radar: p.s arrive sept
  3. Guest

    Printing machinists on 457?

    Hello Everyone, Does anyone know of any recruitment agencies that deal with printers? OH is a Team Leader in a packaging printing company and it looks like our best option is going to be a 457 visa. Or would it be better to contact companies directly? Any advice would be gratefully received! Many thanks, Nemo x
  4. hi ther, just wondering if there are any cnc engineers on this site, or in the know husband is taking all of us out on a 176 skilled sponsor visa was full points 120 before sept but dropped to 115 pnts after, so we made up the 5 pnts with family sponsor, any way enough rambling, on paper its a job that they want! is this true any one with any help would be a pleasure to hear from you, are metal machinists in the want? im a hairdresser but im told its not as easy as it sounds to get these jobs as we would like to believe.:wideeyed:
  5. We have just started our TR and getting stuff together for agent (using gomatilda). we have been trawling seek.com et al for the best place for jobs for CNC/manual machinists/ tool makers. We know someone who will be in Brisbane 2008 but don't get the feeling that there are much call for my OH's trade. Any advice on where would be the best place to start our new life in oz :notworthy:
  6. Hi There was an advert in my local paper last night advertising for the coal mining industry in Australia. Just thought people would like to know. Thery are over here in the UK in May holding interviews you have to be 21-47, have a positive attitude and desire to work in Australia. Based in Qld and NSW. Jobs are Mechanical fitters.- required for Diesel machinery maintenance both onsite and workshop Underground machinery maintenance. Underground Electricians- experienced in conveyor systems and explosion protected electrical apparatus Boilermakers/Fabricators - for clean fabrication work, workshop based Fitter machinists- CNC and manual machinery www.anderson-group.com.au I saw it and thought someone may find it useful. Unfortunately its no good for us If you are interested you need to email cv to hr@anderson-group.com.au Thanks Kaye:D
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