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  1. whoiam

    A Christmas Message

    Dear friends, It's the season again!:xmas4: The season of joy, love and sharing. Christmas is the culmination of many things and also a new beginning. May this Christmas bring you all the joy from God above, the love from your loved ones and peace within.:xmas20: May your troubled hearts find solace in the most High, strength from God and fortitude from within.:xmas31: You are not merely an insignificant accident on the earth but a predestined purposeful life awaiting to fulfil your potential. This potential is realised wholly in unison with thy creator. Seek Him, know him, and love him. :hug: Adieus amigos! Whoiam
  2. jen16

    Seek..

    Hi All, probably a very silly question but I was wondering if you can put you CV on Seek even though you dont have sponsorship? Do you say that you are in the process of applying on the cover letter? Thanks for any info :wink:
  3. Diversity Expert – Brisbane – 457 sponsorship an option Supporting robust brand in diversity Focus on implementing key strategies & plans Lucrative package for the right talent The Client: My client is now pushing through new global initiatives and plans to ensure the continued success of the business, one area of which is diversity. Due to a new healthy restructure, you will be working as an expert in the world of diversity and will be working with and incredibly talented manager pushing out diversity strategies throughout the business. The Mission in Hand: The role of Diversity Expert would work in partnership with the HR business partners and all business units and stakeholders throughout the business. Reporting into a highly talented Diversity Manager, you would be here to bring on board new innovative strategies, interventions and create best practice across the board. Your Role Would Include: Creating strong comprehensive campaigns with HR to increase real awareness across the business in relation to understanding diversity and rolling out world class diversity initiatives. By analysing the relevant diversity metrics you will be able to set milestones to ensure that diversity strategies are rolled out within agreed timescales and budgets. With this, you will be constantly working on developing diversity metrics to ensure continuous improvement. Being a thought leader within the world of diversity and inspiring business leaders. Keeping abreast of external trends - being a world class expert in this piece. Being influential and persuasive in aligning diversity and inclusion with HR priorities and enterprise goals. Diagnosing situations and offering solutions. About You: Advanced communication skills with world class expertise in diversity and rolling out initiatives within businesses. You will be an expert in this subject with a track record of success. Strong respect with both internal and external contacts. Ability to understand the key financial drivers based around diversity. A thought provoker. Like it? Contact Mary Pratt FIRP on 07 3295 7416 or mary.pratt@talent2.com quoting reference 50294 for more details, or alternatively, apply online below.
  4. Hi, My girlfriend and i are wanting to move to Australia and experience your beautiful country for a few months or longer and would love to find some employment and possible lodging during our stay. I am a fit 26yr old male that is a certified 2nd level plumber from Manitoba Canada and am very experienced in all building/construction areas. I am also a musician that plays free-lance across my hometown of Winnipeg Manitoba as well as Canada. I consider myself a hard worker and an all around Handyman who is very easy going and works great with others if not alone. I would consider any positition as long as it works with our experience in your Country. My girlfriend is a beautiful and outgoing 23yr old Registered Massage therapist who is certified nation wide and would be willing to take whatever exams or courses to be recognized in your country aswell. She has been massaging for well over 2 years and has a great resume and references regarding her work. She is also experienced in housekeeping, retail, book keeping and minor accounting. She would also consider any positition that would help us with our experience. We both cook, clean, excersice daily and are very easy going and respectful people. Before we settle down somewhere we want to experience what the world has to offer and would love to ge the chance to come to australia. Please PM me for details of my email address or any further questions thanks for your time Aaron & Ashley Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
  5. Hi, My girlfriend and i are wanting to move to Australia and experience your beautiful country for a few months or longer and would love to find some employment and possible lodging during our stay. I am a fit 26yr old male that is a certified 2nd level plumber from Manitoba Canada and am very experienced in all building/construction areas. I am also a musician that plays free-lance across my hometown of Winnipeg Manitoba as well as Canada. I consider myself a hard worker and an all around Handyman who is very easy going and works great with others if not alone. I would consider any positition as long as it works with our experience in your Country. My girlfriend is a beautiful and outgoing 23yr old Registered Massage therapist who is certified nation wide and would be willing to take whatever exams or courses to be recognized in your country aswell. She has been massaging for well over 2 years and has a great resume and references regarding her work. She is also experienced in housekeeping, retail, book keeping and minor accounting. She would also consider any positition that would help us with our experience. We both cook, clean, excersice daily and are very easy going and respectful people. Before we settle down somewhere we want to experience what the world has to offer and would love to ge the chance to come to australia. please respond to this post or email us at aaronstarr@hotmail.com for any further questions thanks for your time Aaron & Ashley Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
  6. Hey all, Just trying to decide if we should move to WA or SA, when I look up my partners trade and my job on seek website there seems to be a hell of a lot more on WA. We are going on a 176 under my partners trade as a 1st Class welder, when I search his trade there's about 100 in Perth and Only say 12 in Adelaide. His job is on the list for both states, so I wonder why there is such a difference and looking at SA you wouldn't think there was much demand for his trade with what is advertised. I just wonder is its a true picture but I found the same thing on a different site too. Thanks for your help. Lucy:hug:
  7. Brits seek hotter climes, with Australia top destination for emigrants As the Winter gloom continues, recent research by leading foreign exchange provider, Moneycorp, reveals that 72% of Brits would consider moving abroad*. Australia is the favoured destination for people longing for a new start, with over a quarter (27%) of those surveyed eyeing up a life down under. Oz is particularly popular amongst the middle-aged, with 33% of those individuals looking to move to Australia aged between 35 and 44. Other idyllic destinations include the USA (12%), Spain (9%), Canada (7%), France (7%) and New Zealand (4%). For many, the British weather is the clincher, with a quarter (24%) of those considering emigrating citing climate as one of the reasons for going. The most popular reason is general quality of life, with over half (52%) of respondents suggesting that a lifestyle change would tempt them abroad. Other key factors include the UK economy (16%) and the UK political environment (12%). David Kerns, Personal Client Dealing Manager at Moneycorp comments: “Government cuts, tax increases and one of the coldest winters on records have made many people in the UK dream of starting a new life abroad. As we move into what is thought of as being the most depressing time of year, we expect to see a rising number of enquiries to Moneycorp from those looking to make a new start in places such as Australia, the USA and Spain.” Employment opportunities abroad are also a strong factor for making the move, with a fifth (20%) looking at moving overseas for work reasons. This is particularly true for males, with double the amount of men citing their job as a reason for emigrating compared to women (27% compared to 14%). While employment is a strong consideration for Brits thinking about emigrating, almost half (46%) do not necessarily believe that they would be able to get a better role overseas. Almost a fifth (19%) claimed that they will be looking to change profession when moving overseas, whilst a further 18% of those questioned are concerned about not being able to find a job abroad. Steven Lewis, Managing Director, The Network and International Sales Director, Totaljobs.com, adds: “This time of the year is traditionally one where we look to revaluate our lives and inevitably jobs are high on the list. Our own research into this area shows that UK jobseekers are overwhelmingly drawn to Anglophone countries, with the USA (62%), Australia (51%) and Canada (49%) the three most popularly cited countries they would want to work in. With our latest Totaljobs Barometer predicting uncertainty in the UK jobs market in the coming months, opportunities abroad seem to be all the more attractive for UK jobseekers. However, for those seeking brighter skies and better opportunities overseas, it is important they remember how competitive the market is and to ensure they consider the motivations of those they will be competing with for jobs.” Fluctuating exchange rates are of little concern to Brits thinking of moving abroad, with only 7% of respondents citing this as their main worry. This is despite two-thirds (66%) of individuals potentially needing to transfer money from the UK on a regular basis for a pension or salary. David Kerns continues: “We’d strongly advise anyone who is tempted to move abroad to put their finances first. The dream can be shattered if you haven’t thought about possible currency fluctuations and how you’ll transfer money to the country you are moving to. For instance, buying a house in Australia worth $250,000 will currently cost £27,000 more than it did this time last year due to changes in exchange rates. A foreign exchange specialist like Moneycorp can give you free expert guidance on the currency markets, and help you transfer your funds when the rates are in your favour.” We recommend using Moneycorp for all your international payments to and from Australia. Moneycorp will make it simple and save you money. Their experts will monitor the currency markets on your behalf – achieving the best possible rates of exchange. Using Moneycorp – The main benefits: Highly competitive exchange rates No cost and no obligation in opening a Moneycorp Account (you need to register with Moneycorp before you leave the UK) Ability to fix exchange rates for a set time period, helping protect from adverse currency movements With Poms in Oz, you won’t have to pay transfer fees on any currency transactions made through Moneycorp. Moneycorp can help you make the most of movements like this, helping you trade at the right time, in the right way – when rates are in your favour. Their expert Account Managers will proactively keep you updated on the currency markets and alert you to any significant changes relevant to you. Moneycorp testimonial "Looks like I bought just at the right time looking at the rate this morning!! I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your help and for saving us so much money, than if we had just used our bank and I look forward to dealing with you again next year." Jacqui Contact details To talk to Moneycorp about making the most of their services call +44 (0)20 7589 3000 or visit their website at http://www.moneycorp.com/emigration Moneycorp office hours 7:30am – 10:30pm (UK Time) Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm (UK Time) Saturday *Based on a customer satisfaction survey completed in July 2010 **Research conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Moneycorp in December 2010
  8. Hi, all. I am new to this valuable forum and need urgent assistance in to apply RSMS-857 Visa, luckily i got employer in regional Victoria and he is willing to sponsor me as a "Restaurant Manager" but also suspicious about my qualification assessment which has "Hotel/Motel Manager (ASCO-3323-11, degree level, 50 point) been assessed on the basis of previously done Bachelor Degree and work experience in home country before 1st Jan 2010. I have been in oz 2.5 year under 572 Student Visa in a hope of getting GSM visa after study but now we all knows, it's very far away. I did consult this matter with 2 RMA's but both gave me contradictory views, one said yes and other no. So, I decide to seek advise from migration forum on web and also did independent research through immigration website but still not having any good result in hand, I have couple of questions, which concerns my prospective employer and me: 1. Can employer seek exemption for mentioned issue of relevant or irrelevant qualification assessment? 2. Is my qualification OK for RSMS-857 ? (As i got "Diploma of Management + certificate III in Food Processing (Retail Baking-Combined) 3. Should find another employer of Hotel or Motel? (But not easy now day's....) 4. If all wouldn't go well then what other options for me to stay here? Because i love OZ and wanna be long here.......... Please help me out of this. "Gill's advice would be appreciated in advance..........."
  9. Cabinet/Furniture Maker- S & M Mobilia Cabinet/Furniture Maker We are seeking an experienced cabinet maker familiar with furniture manufacturing. We specialise in high end custom made furniture which include finishes in veneers and burls. If you feel you have enough experience to come and work as a part of our team where the job is rewarding please email your resume and include at least two references. 457 Visa applicants welcome. Mirella S&M Mobilia 08 9240 6557 mirella[at]mobilia.com.au
  10. Hi all, in order to maximise the chance of getting SS, do you guys think it's a good idea to apply to multiple states simotaniously? I looked at some app froms from various states, QLD specifically asks if you have or will apply for another state (and have to inform them in 5 days if you do), whilst NSW don't mention anything like that. So, apply to multiple states, is it do-able? there's only 2 outcomes - they will think you don't take them seriously and refuse you out right, or if they think they really want you then they will grant you a sponsorship. Which outcome is more likely? I think a.) is more likely. Has anyone got experience on this?
  11. More Brits seek to move to Australia 18/11/2008 by Simon Wallace Australia's Immigration Minister, Senator Chris Evans, has commented about the growing interest amongst UK residents to move to Australia. According to the Minister, rising unemployment in the UK has boosted applications to work in Australia. The credit crunch, combined with the increased cost of living and the volatile housing market, is causing many Brits to consider emigrating to Australia to seek out opportunities there. Australia is not without its own concerns - it has been widely reported that next year's annual migration quota may be reduced - but Senator Evans is keen to encourage immigration from UK nationals nevertheless: "I think the downturn in Great Britain over the last year or two has actually seen a renewed interest from Great Britain in people looking to migrate either temporarily or permanently," he said. Senator Evans added that the Australian skilled migration programme has seen a significant boost from the economic downturn in the UK. It's not just British residents who are clamouring to move to Australia. As well as New Zealand nationals crossing the water to settle in Australia, there are 2,600 ex-pat Australians returning home every month. Article from Global Visa website.
  12. Hi, can someone please tell me whether they can access the SEEK (job site) website. We have been trying all day and cannot get on, along with a lot of other australian websites. Just a quick try and let me know if you can access it. Thanks Mandisfam
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