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  1. Hi there, I wondered if anybody had experience of applying for skills assessment with Vetassess for a HR Adviser when they were a recruitment consultant (or vice versa)? On the Australian Skills Recognition Information (ASRI) on the immi.gov.au website Recruitment Consultant and HR Adviser are listed separately. However, on the WA State skilled migration occupation list (those the State will sponsor) HR Adviser is on the list while Recruitment Consultant is not - meaning I could get state sponsored for HR Adviser but not Recruitment Consultant. They are grouped together on the immi.gov.au website under UNIT GROUP 2231 Human Resource Professionals, with very similar responsibilities/skills. I wondered if anybody had experience of applying for a role as a HR Adviser while being a Recruitment Consultant (in job titles) or vice versa, or if anybody had opinion or experience of Vetassess assessing two very similar occupations? Any help or advice would be much appreciated! We score very highly for other reasons, its just the difference between HR Adviser and Recruitment Consultant that is confusing. Thanks! Chris
  2. Account Manager IRP is a specialist labour hire service provider operating within the Perth industrial sector. Since its inception, IRP has achieved many significant milestones and has been formally recognised by a number of industry leaders. We are passionate about helping build great organisations with great people – one of key reasons behind our success and achievements. It is our purpose, the reason why, and it drives all our decisions, actions and results. Achieving success and living our purpose requires a unique combination of attributes. Some of these include: A passion and desire for helping organisations and people fulfil their own goals and ambitions Being able to proactively and autonomously drive and influence the right outcomes by applying relevant skills, expertise and understanding Being motivated by achieving ’blue sky’ results and career success within the people business To succeed as an Account Manager at IRP requires dedication, energy and hard work, but it also requires some essential attributes: Expertise and specialist knowledge in one of the following industries: Civil, Manufacturing or Rail [*]Well developed inter-personal skills – high EQ [*]Service and value adding based selling focus [*]Planning and management skills Recruitment experience or a background in the recruitment industry is advantageous, but not essential. You will have the ability to think on your feet and will be empowered to believe in yourself and act accordingly, as well being accountable for your actions and the results you produce. This is a rare opportunity to join a successful organisation that is passionate about making a difference, while also enabling its people to grow a business within a business. Your abilities and desire to go above and beyond the normal expectations will enable you to really thrive and advance your career ambitions. If you believe you are the specialist Account Manager we are looking for, please address the selection criteria in your cover letter and resume and press APPLY NOW. An attractive remuneration package will be offered. For further information phone Christine on 0422 270 111 for a confidential discussion Or APPLY ONLINE via the link http://www.irp.net.au/job-search/job-details.php?Account+Manager/in/Northern+Suburbs+and+Joondalup/5940966
  3. Kindly share the Best Job search websites & Best Recruitment Agencies/Consultants of Australia.
  4. Hi all :smile: I'm based in the UK at present and planning a move to Oz later this year. My husband works in the Engineering sector and his skills are on the Skilled Occupation List so we're applying for independent Permanent residency visas. I have worked as an IT Recruiter in the UK for the whole of my career. Work for my husband seems to be more prominent in WA so we are concentrating on the Perth area, but I'm not sure what the IT job market is like in WA? Does anyone know if there are many IT Recruiter jobs in WA and much work in the IT sector at all? I've looked on Seek and the majority of IT recruiter roles appear to be in Sydney and although I don't necessarily need to remain in the IT field because if you are good at recruitment you can apply your skills to any sector it would be useful to know what this market is like? Thank you for taking the time to read, Marie
  5. I am seeking for any graduate recruitment consultant opportunities in Australia (Preferably in Canberra So I can apply for State Nomination Visa 190), but elsewhere will be good too if they are offering visa sponsorship. Please PM me and we can discuss further details
  6. First off, I hope you are having an enjoyable day, with a cuppa by your side while reading this. I've been working as a Recruitment Consultant in NSW since 2012, under student visa and temporary visa 485. My qualifications are accepted by Vetassess with positive results and I should get assessed as Recruitment Consultant within 2 months time. Now in order to get PR 190, my best bet is to move to another state (Recruitment Consultant is not on the occupation list in NSW anymore). Out of all states, Western Australia is the simplest as it doesn't require 3 months work at a company (Canberra and South Australia does). I was happily looking through the occupation list of WA to find out Recruitment Consultant is not on there :wub: they have HR Adviser instead. So my question is, if I get assessed again by Vetassess as an HR Adviser and work as Recruitment Consultant job in WA, will I be eligible to apply for visa 190 ? Or do I have to work as HR Adviser? I spoke to a person in immigration department in WA and they said it doesn't matter what the job title is as long as it is related to HR Adviser, and if Vetassess accepted me as an HR Adviser then the application is through. Not sure if this person should be trusted or not haha Both occupations are under the HR group 2231: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Product+Lookup/1220.0~First+Edition,+Revision+1~Chapter~UNIT+GROUP+2231+Human+Resource+Professionals Oh the confusions! Thank you all!
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