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Dear Sir/Madam, Thank you for taking the time in reading this email and any comments or suggestions are welcome. I do realise you are looking for people with experience. So sorry to trouble, just looking for a break. My aim is to work on heavy rigged machines and to learn engine specialization. A apprentice / traineship position would be a dream come true. Any help in this regard would be gratefully received. I have given a brief description of my background and attached my CV. I’m a very punctual professional worker who is looking for permant residency in Australia. Willing to start at the bottom sweeping the floor making the tea!! I know I am asking a great deal but in return you would have a dedicated loyal employee. Just need that chance to retrain and develop new skills with a company that encourages carer progression . I’m a 35 year old family man with a wife and 2 daughters aged 5 and 4. I have a full UK driving licence and would like to relocate to Australia, very flexible on location. Can move immediately. Although I have no experience of Heavy equipment fitting my skills are wide and accomplished. I am very keen to work for your company because of your reputation for opportunities for career development. For the last 20 years I have been running my own business and have enjoyed the challenge. (been self – employed since leaving school @ fifteen 1992) I’ve had a varied role and had to demonstrate excellent communications skills and customer service. I have been able to strengthen my abilities and have excelled in creating new business opportunities. I can build desire within potential clients were I am a skilled negotiator and will be driven by success. My expertise is Business man .Direct sales, IT, Accountancy administration. I have been a joiner, plumber, tiller and also have done basic electrics. (good with my hands and brain) I am willing to be train in Australia to work as a apprentice from the ground up and relocate my family; I would therefore need a 457-visa sponsor. Or ideally a employers help to attain permanent residency. I’m currently looking how to attain the following in the UK however if an opportunity arose within your company to train I am available: of Heavy rigid (HR) fitter o First aid certificate; o MARCSTA accreditation; o Pre-employment medical. Thank you for taking the time to look at my application and I look forward to hearing from you in the near future. Kind Regards Wesley
RobDav posted a topic in Repealed and Closed VisasHi There, I'm wondering for a subclass 176 visa via the New South Wales skilled sponsored migration, how rigid are they on occupations in IT? They have these occupations listed under IT: Software Engineer - 261313 Analyst Programmer - 261311 Developer Programmer - 261312 I am a Systems Architect/all round IT person except for anything to do with programming. Given the skills shortage in Australia, do you think it's worth applying for skilled sponsorship or not? Anyone tried it? Any thoughts appreciated. Cheers Rob
I'm wondering if someone can offer me advice on a query I've not seen yet on the forum. I'm currently looking into returning to Australia full time (I lived there for 2yrs some years back) and until recently I was looking at the 457 visa option. I am an Environment Enforcement Officer and have been for the last 4 years and have noticed that on the annual updated SOL list, Environmental Health Officer has now been added. My job is very similar to that of an EHO, but obviously there are differences. Would anyone know if it is possible that the DIAC would accept an application under these circumstances where your current job title is not exactly as it is stated on the SOL? Many thanks in advance. Linda