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  1. i'm an expat, i work in recruitment and need 20 heavy diesel mechanics with catapillar experience urgently. clients pay for visa and will offer ENS down the track. interviews to be held in Ireland , Scotland and UK within one month.
  2. GlobalForce Resource are looking to place UK and Irish mechanics with either construction, HGV or automotive dealership experience for positions across Australia. GlobalForce would be happy to speak to any potential candidates regarding the roles. So if you are serious about relocating and keen to pursue your career in this industry please get in with contact us Alternatively if you know of any mechanics with the above experience planning on moving abroad. Pass them onto us and we will pay you up to €500 if he/she gets placed! Thanks, Globetrotter
  3. Hi everyone, I'm new to the site and i've done a bit of reading up on here and on the tinternet about emergrating to oz and carrying on with my current job here in the uk as a heavy plant operator. I've got all my cpcs tickets here in the uk and have 7 yrs experience working in different sites and jobs. I've worked in quarries ( sand and gravel and hard rock quarries, aggregate wharfs on docks) landfill sites, and earthmoving. i hold cpcs tickets in the uk which are the top ones for excavators, bull dozers, wheeled loading shovels, articulated dump trucks and telescopic handler which is a rough tarrien forklift. i've seen a post on hear about some firms struggling to get employees for some of the more remote sites in oz and i just wondered what are the chances or from any past exerience of you folks are the chances of me getting a ticket to come to work in oz? Any infomation anyone could give me or any hints or tips would be gratefuly recieved. Many thanks Andy.
  4. julie and gary

    plant fitter......job dilemas

    Hi there I was woundering if there any other plant fitters out there migrating to oz. Does any1 have any idear if there is much work at the moment, and if the trade has been affected much by the economy, Im so worried about going out there without a job to go to, but I dont know if il be able to get a job before I go being all the way in the uk :unsure: any help would be much appreciated thanks
  5. i have a friend who asked me to pass on this to ALL PEOPLE WHO WERE IN THE QUARRY INDUSTRY in the Machanics trade !!!!!!!!! looking for a number of heavy duty diesel mechanics, with a minimum of 5 years experience. Cat and Komatsu conversant for projects in Australia. If you know of anyone that fits the bill please get them to message me. Thanks have a good one. hIS NAME IS onJustin Brown my f...ace book , he is based in Perth , the VISA WOULD BE PROCESSED BY THEM COULD EARN $60 PER HR PLUS , ITS MEGA MONEY if interested Pm MARK AND RIKKI ASH AND NIAMH , HE HAS JOBS WAITING and plenty of them , wants ENGLISH and USA GUYS WITH GOOD WORK ETHICS , you will paid extreamily well
  6. Guest

    plant operators

    hi everyone keen to get on with 457 visa application but seem to be hitting a brick wall with employers. All advertised jobs seem to have residency conditions. Does any one know of any job contacts worth mailing who advertise the fact that they employ non resident workers. we don't mind where we go or end up, just looking for a glimmer of hope! still pursuing our Australian dream!!!
  7. We have 30 positions available for heavy earthmoving plant operators in Western Australia. Must have formal City and Guilds and CAT experience. CAT trained and assessed preferred but not essential. If you are interested please send me a private message. Cheers, Ben Creen
  8. Gary Pepper

    plant drivers and HGV

    I am an Australian recruiter currently visiting Ireland for the next nine days and then to the UK for two weeks, i have just recieved details from three clients in country qld area's looking for people on work visa's or perm residency who have experience in or with:- Driving backhoes / jcb's HGV (larger the better !) especially water trucks Skid steer - bobcats Bulldozers Graders Excavators Telehandlers This will be shift work, 2 on 1 off, 7 days, 12 hr days. Salaries AUD $1500 / $2000 per week. Accomodation is available when on swing (not on shift). Country Queensland area's - Roma / Toowoomba.
  9. Hi all, Considering moving the family to Oz, The missus is a hairdresser and would probably be on her visa as plant ops dont seem to be on the skills list. We would probably be looking to move to the sunshine coast but Perth is also a possibility. Im wondering about my job prospects, I am fully CPCS certified with over 13 years of experience on a wide range of plant, I also have nvq in plant operations from the national construction college and hold a full hgv licence with over 5 years experience in heavy haulage and tipper work. Are these qualifications transferable? and if not what would be invoved in gaining the relevant quailifications in Oz, and costs? Any advice would be much apreciated. Cheers John.
  10. The Pom Queen

    Explosion at Nuclear Plant France

    PARIS: The French nuclear safety body and local authorities say an explosion has rocked the Marcoule nuclear plant in southern France. It was not immediately clear how serious the accident was, or whether there were any victims or the potential for leaks. Evangelia Petit of the Agency for Nuclear Safety said Monday an explosion had taken place but declined to provide any further details. Officials in the Gard region confirmed Monday’s explosion but also said they could not give any more information. The Marcoule site is located in Langedoc Roussillon, in southern France, near the Mediterranean Sea.
  11. furkew

    Mothers day Plant & flower sale

    Hope its OK to promote this on here :wink: Next Saturday at the Monbulk RSL, the local cubs & scouts are holding their annual Mothers day plant & flower sale. There is always an excellent range of plants all at the right price donated by all the local growers, and I am organizing cut flowers for bouquets for all the mums again from all the local growers here in the hills, so you can really give mum a treat without breaking the bank. There is also a sausage sizzle and in the RSL itself they are holding an indoor market. If you have nothing to do next Saturday, why not pop up to the hills for a lovely day out and support our boys and girls at the same time. :hug: hope to see a few of you there next week.
  12. Hi guys and girls, has anyone emigrated as a mobile plant operator i.e loading shovel, dozer driver, dump truck operator, etc? I know quit e a few states have Mobile Plant Operator on their SMPs, but i'm not quite sure where the best place for work is. I have done some research on WA and SA, and understand there is work in other places. I can't really firm up my plans until i have an idea of where the work is though.:confused: Anybody who has done this, or knows about it, and could offer advice, would be greatly appreciated. Cheers for now :biggrin: James P
  13. Hi All I have just found out that my BEng degree does not get me access to Washington accord as it is not accredited with EC-UK. I now need to go down the CDR route for Production or Plant Engineer, ASCO Code: 2126-13, ANZSCO Code: 233513. I Have downloaded all the documentation from the EA website. Does anyone know how to get a copy of a completed CDR to help guide me with what exactly EA are looking for/expecting. Thank you to anyone who can help / assist. Norrie
  14. i all im a newbie,im looking for any help in sponsorship for work in australia,Hi I'm currently from the united kingdom seeking work in Australia,I've been driving excavators and face shovels up to 100ton,also dump trucks triple 7s,loading shovels eg cat 992,for 15years working on big projects eg terminal 5 heathrow airport to coal and metal mines with various firms one was an Australian firm called brambles ive a cpcs ticket with NVQ in plant and I'm currently employed by harsco metals in the steel works,im also a qualified bricklayer serving a full time apprenticship would any one have any firms that would be interested...happy new year all...:confused:
  15. Guest

    cpcs plant tickets

    Hi,,just a quick one,,,are the cpcs plant ticket recognised in Perth,ie,,i have 100 tonne dump truck cpcs card for the uk, does that mean i can drive the same machine in perth or would i need to take the australian version of the plant ticket?
  16. enaish

    How can I get a plant to Oz?

    Evening all! Has anyone had any luck bringing a plant to Oz? I was given a rose when my daughter was born and have taken it house to house but how do I get it to Oz? Thanks all x:smile:
  17. Hello, I work in the rail industry in the UK training & assessing civil & road/rail plant operators. I'm struggling to find any information on careers in the Australian rail engineering industry, would anyone be able to point me in the right direction. Many thanks Dazz
  18. Guest

    Plant Identification

    This morning a very unusual plant appeared in my (Sydney, Lower North Shore) garden. It grew overnight to about 5cm long. No leaves just a few stems of what you see in the picture. They just lifted away from the base with almost no force at all. The really interesting thing is that they smell very strongly like "dog poo" Anyone got any idea what they are called either cooloquially or Latin name.
  19. Family Visa lodged! Hubby looking for a position in Plant Operations Management, MBA, Lean, Six Sigma etc.
  20. Hi all, I am a construction Plant Fitter in the uk. I am in the progress of WA SS.. I would like to know which are the best regions for work, job prospects, so i can decide on the region to live. Any help would be appreciated Many Thanks Adam
  21. Hi, Is anybody looking for a mechanical plant fitter. We would like to find a sponsor in Perth to start as soon as possible. Iv been on agencies but with no luck. Or can anybody point me in the right direction. Please PM if you want a copy of my resume. Thanks
  22. can anyone tell me if there is a call for someone who drives heavy goods vehicles and heavy plant machinery i . excavators i am trying to find out if there is a call for this line of work in oz thanks for any replies
  23. Basically thats what I am trained in and I will be looking for a position like this when we get over next March/April. I do have an option to come over early if sponsorship is available and I expect my skilled visa to be ready in the new year. My family and I are looking to relocate to SE Brisbane so anything upto an hour commuting is good. If you could keep your ears and eyes open if you are already over in Oz it would be great. I have registered with a couple of Agencies and I have around 7 months to go so lets see what happens. Be Lucky Tricky & Family
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