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  1. Careers Join Batteriescenter.com.au : Senior Web Application Developer We have an amazing opportunity for a Web Application Developer to join our growing team as they build and enhance the next generation of client-side, cloud collaborative services for Fortune 1000 companies and innovative startups. We are currently looking to fill a full-time, internal position with a qualified candidate who has passion, superior programming skills, a strong work-ethic, and excellent communication skills. Responsibilities: Observe display screen to detect syntax or logic errors during program test, or use diagnostic software to detect errors Replace, delete, or modify code to correct errors Design, implement, test, and maintain web applications using various technologies Work closely with clients to determine goals Desired Training & Experience: 3-5 years of software engineering experience Comfortable using Agile Methodologies Strong interpersonal and communication skills Sharp analytical and creative thinking skills Technology Stack Requirement: Ruby on Rails, PHP, Python or Java experience JavaScript, JQuery, AJAX, MySQL, HTML, CSS, Web 2.0 language Windows and/or Linux experience Education Requirement: B.S. in Computer Science or equivalent combination of education and experience required. About us Batteriescenter.com.au is the largest laptop battery and charger shop in Australia, it is the industry leader in manufacturing laptop batteries and chargers in the world. http://www.batteriescenter.com.au Contact: adelaalan168 at gmail.com
  2. Im looking at schools around the Duncraig/Sorrento area as we like the look of that area and when i want a catholic school for both I always find in each suburb there is a catholic primary or a catholic Senior not both?? Seems odd as Id want my children to go both. Anyway my oldest is only nearly 4 so i guess i can look at that when im there.... Does anyone know any different??? Help would be really appreciated Cheers. Nichola
  3. Hi I have a couple of positions available for a qualified Beauty Therapist and a Senior Stylist with at least 5yrs experience. We are in the northern suburbs of Brisbane, Grange. Please contact Lisa 3356 4156.
  4. I have 2 yrs left of my visa, am looking at moving to Brisbane from central QLD, to get a job with sponsership to gain resadancy, any one know if hairdressers needed in Brissy
  5. If you are an experienced Senior Java Developer with sound practical understanding of OO techniques and concepts and at least 7 years experience, thorough understanding of the software development lifecycle , ability to write well-structured, easy to maintain code we want to hear from you. Java Developers essential capabilities: strong commercial experience inJ2EE; Hibernate; Spring; JSP; JavaScript; WebLogic and related tools. The roles involve defining software requirements, designing the solution and developing new software for our clients. You will be expected to provide mentoring and technical l leadership to more junior members of your team. You will also have a track record of meeting deadlines and producing high quality output. You should be able to work cooperatively in a team environment and use your excellent interpersonal skills and outstanding oral and written communication to achieve great outcomes for our clients. At Dialog, our whole approach is based on four key values: Involved, Committed, Can Do, Always. If you share these values and want to develop your career in a progressive company that cares about its clients and its people, send us your resume immediately. Join our stimulating team of professional, enthusiastic and experienced people, where communication, personal development and your career are high on our agenda. Rapid career progression and an excellent benefits package are being offered for the right people. Dialog is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants WHO ARE NOT Australian residents will need valid passport. 457 VISA Sponsorship available to successful candidates. PM me for details
  6. I am looking relocate asap with my family from Qld and looking for a full time senior hairdressing job in a nice friendly salon, I have 4 years experience and have Cert III, I also have also won 4 awards sponsored by Goldwell. & Keratin specialist Cert I am Very competent in Ladies and Gents hairdressing I have owned my own salon in Qld for nearly 2 years. I am originally from England and trained in England & Australia. I have lived in Australia for 4 and a half years, and I am looking to gain a state sponsor or employer sponsor maybe in Alice Springs, SA. or WA if possible. We have been told we can apply for State Sponsor after 12 months in WA working in a salon. Please contact me if interested for a confidential chat Tel - Clair 0439588246 or email clairrosser@hotmail.co.uk
  7. Can anyone advise on the transition process required under the ACCA qualification or similar recognised qualifications into an Australian senior accountants role? In particular is it worth shipping over my accountancy related books? Also can anyone advise as to the level of retraining required? Many thanks, Lisa.
  8. Hi I have a position available for a beauty therapist and senior stylist at our salon in Grange Brisbane. Please contact me if you are seeking work. lisaxxx
  9. If you you are a senior IT Executive and you want to live in Australia or Asia then contact me. Most of our clients would provide you with a Visa. We have a number of CIO/CTO and Director level roles available across Australia. My email address is nickwatney@illuminatesearch.com.au. I immigrated from the UK last year, so I can appreciate the differculties in finding suitable roles. thanks Nick
  10. Senior motor mechanic with specialist skills looking for sponsership in Perth.
  11. Hi, I have pr already. I am a senior Maintenance engineer. Worked for Fords for over 15yrs. Have experience and knowledge in Systems, Electronics, Water purification, Refrigeration, Processing, estimations, Rolling stock etc..... Looking for a senior role anywhere around PERTH. Can be there in 4weeks.
  12. It's all going round in my head: Tho' my daughter lives there, not sure I should give up my life in England. If I do move - conrtibutory, or non-contributory parent visa? What if I pay and I don't like it and want to come home? Also, my state pension will be frozen and my income is limited as it is! I CAN'T sell my house - should I rent it out and wait for things to get better? Should I pay to send furniture over, or buy new in Oz? I own a flat which I rent out - should I TRY to sell it at a 'knock-down' price, or wait till the £:dollar ratio gets better and ... and.... and.... I would hate to get to Australia and find that after all the expense (and loss of either income, or a greatly reduce price on property) I can't afford to live there. Has anyone got a crystal ball to help? or . . . . am I just a whinging Pom?
  13. Guest

    Senior Schools Mandurah

    Hi New to this web site and after some upto date info regarding senior schools. Bit of background info we are hoping to move from uk to mandurah in september and will need to enrol children in good senior schools, they are 17,15 and 12 my eldest wants to go to uni to be a doctor so need a school that is very academic and will push her. The suburbs we are looking at are silver sands, san remo, madora bay but we are prepared to go further south to Australind and Bunbury. Also anyone know the job prospects for a Secondary teacher of science (chemistry) and a pawn broker manager have been looking online and there does not seem to be many jobs about so starting to panick as don't really want to use much of our savings. Advice would be really appreciated!! Thanks :biggrin:
  14. Clube ** is seeking an experienced senior goalkeeper (mens) for the upcoming MFC Champions League and FFL Division 1 campaigns. Clube is a successful football club (winning the league in 2008, finishing second in 2009 and 2010 as well as making the Shinewing-Hall Cup Final in 2010) and has a fantastic social atmosphere. The club is based at Deakin University (Burwood, Victoria) and trains Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30pm. We have excellent facilities which allow our players to develop their technical abilities as well as training under lights with portable senior-sized goals. Please PM me
  15. pete'n'tray

    safety bay senior school

    Does any one know any thing about "safety bay senior high school" and "rockingham senior high school " are they ok as looking at the rockingham area and trying to find out what the state high schools are like, and any info about the primary schools as have two sons age 12 and 6 . thank you tracey
  16. colonel

    Rossmoyne Senior School

    Hi, We have been in Perth for nearly two weeks now. Just secured a rental in Bull Creek and now sorting schools. Our eldest will be starting Rossmoyne, he is 12, am posting on the off chance that anyone else has children starting Rossmoyne after easter. Also have a 4 year old and 6 month old and am trying to arrange playgroups e.t.c in this area, any info would be great. Thanks:biggrin:
  17. :wacko::wacko:We are moving to Perth next year and are looking at living in the Ocean reef area. The public school there is called Ocean reef senior school. Does anyone have and good/bad feedback. On there website they have a section for drugs support for pupils. Is this the norm for senior schools or has this school got a problem? I hear the catholic schools are good I am catholic but my son who will be 17 next year is C of E Would this be a problem getting him into a Catholic school? We are flexible where we live North of Perth as I understand some schools admissions works on the catchment area of where you live.Therefore Im trying to sort out a school before a house. Mindarie senior college sounds good, anyone got any inside knowledge? Any help would be appreciated.
  18. I'm emigrating from the UK to the Brisbane area later this year, and would appreciate any recommendations for recruiters / executive search I should approach. My background is: Currently CFO of a small but industry leading financial services group, having just completed a realisation. I’ve agreed to a 3 month transition before my exit at the end of November 13 years working internationally with a major US business, starting up and growing food manufacturing and supply chain management businesses.in the UK, Thailand and USA. Extensive mergers, acquisition, JV, and change management experience. I’m looking for a role with a significant growth / change challenge, requiring close partnership with the business leader, rather than being driven by a specific job title or size of business. Appreciate any leads / contacts you can recommend for my reccy trip next month.
  19. Email to Senator Chris Evans regarding recent changes to the migration program. Dear *******, Thank you for your email to Senator Chris Evans regarding recent changes to the migration program. The Minister has asked that I reply to you on his behalf. You have raised a number of concerns relating to a lack of consultation and information about the changes Government makes to it programs. I assure you that this Government is committed to consulting with key stakeholders on changes to policy as is the Department of Immigration and Citizenship who work with the MIA executive to ensure that they are apprised of new policy and /or changed processing arrangements which may impact on clients. To ensure that the MIA is aware of changes to the migration program quarterly liaison meetings are held between the Department of Immigration and Citizenship with the National Executive of the MIA, the most recent one being on 4 June 2010. The agenda for these meetings is largely set by the MIA and they are fully minuted with Minutes endorsed by all participants. It is important that the MIA passes this information on to their members and I encourage you to contact your local office if you are not receiving information or being invited to participate in the wide range of meetings held. In addition to meetings with the MIA executive, the Department travels Australia to hold information sessions on new policy and /or changed processing arrangements. These sessions are an opportunity for local members to raise issues directly with the Department. You have also raised concerns that students who have applied and paid to study in Australia have seen their pathway to permanent residence blocked unfairly. It is critical that international students who were in Australia on 8 February and who held a vocational, higher education or postgraduate student visa understand that they can still apply for a permanent skilled visa, if their occupation is on the 1 July 2010 Skilled Occupation List (SOL). If their occupation is not on this list they can apply for a student graduate visa and get the skills and experience they need. These arrangements will be in place until the end of 2012 and I consider that they are a significant concession. Finally you have asked that the Cap and Cease legislation not be introduced. The proposed legislation is designed to provide flexibility in the management of the General Skilled Migration program and to ensure we are able to get the balance right when it comes to targeting the skilled workers we need. This is only one tool available to Government to manage the migration program. I assure you that the views of the community will be taken seriously and considered carefully before any decision on this issue is taken. Thank you again for your email to Senator Evans about this important issue. Yours sincerely Hayden Falconer Office of Senator Chris Evans Leader of the Government in the Senate Minister for Immigration and Citizenship Labor Senator for Western Australia Ph: 08 9481 4844 (Perth) Ph: 02 6277 7860 (Canberra) Email sent to Greens Migration Program Needs to be Addressed this Election Season Thank you for sharing your views on migration visa capping, the Greens are aware of community concerns about this issue. This legislation has been referred to a Senate inquiry, during which migration sector experts will have the opportunity to comment. Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young is the Australian Greens Immigration Spokesperson and she will formally respond to you once this inquiry has concluded. If you wish to discuss this in the meantime please contact Senator Hanson-Young’s office: Senator Sarah Hanson-Young’s office Ground Floor, Telstra Building, 30 Pirie St, Adelaide SA 5000 Ph: 08 8231 9911 | Fax: 08 8211 7533 | Freecall: 1300 554 644 senator.hanson-young@aph.gov.au | www.sarahinthesenate.com Thanks again for your interest in this important area and to keep up to date with Senator Brown's latest work, please visit our website (http://www.greensmps.org.au/stay-informed), where you can sign up to receive regular email updates. Kind regards, Anna Sildever Office of Bob Brown Mail to Australian Labor:---> Dear ****** ****** Bajwa Thank you for your email. You have raised a number of concerns relating to consultation and information about the changes the Gillard Labor Government has made to its migration programs. I assure you that Federal Labor is committed to consulting with key stakeholders on changes to policy. So too is the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) who work with the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA) executive to ensure that they are apprised of any new changes to policy or processing arrangements which may impact on clients. The most recent quarterly liaison meeting between DIAC and the National Executive of the MIA was held on 4 June 2010. The agenda for these regular meetings is largely set by the MIA and they are fully minuted, with minutes endorsed by all participants. It is important that the MIA passes this information on to their members and I encourage you to contact your local MIA office if you are not receiving information or being invited to participate in the wide range of meetings held. In addition to meetings with the MIA executive, DIAC travels around Australia to hold information session. These sessions are an opportunity for local MIA members to raise issues directly with the Department. You have also raised concerns that students who have applied and paid to study in Australia have seen their pathway to permanent residence blocked unfairly. It is critical that international students who were in Australia on 8 February and who held a vocational, higher education or postgraduate student visa understand that they can still apply for a permanent skilled visa, if their occupation is on the 1 July 2010 Skilled Occupation List (SOL). If their occupation is not on this list they can apply for a student graduate visa and get the skills and experience they need. These arrangements will be in place until the end of 2012 and I consider that they are a significant concession. Finally, you have asked that the cap and cease legislation not be introduced. The proposed legislation is designed to provide flexibility in the management of the General Skilled Migration program and to ensure we are able to get the balance right when it comes to targeting the skilled workers we need. I assure you that the views of the community will be taken seriously and considered carefully before any final decision is taken on this issue and the legislation is considered by Parliament. Kind Regards, ALP Information Services Email to the Leader of the Opposition, the Hon Tony Abbott MP Thank you for your recent email to the Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott. As you may be aware, the Prime Minister has called a federal election. Unfortunately, from Opposition, we do not have the resources to respond to your email in detail during the campaign period, but your concerns will be brought to Tony’s attention and that of the Coalition Team. After three years of Labor Government failures, Australians now have a choice. Broken promises, increased cost of living pressures, massive debt, a Budget deficit, waste and mismanagement and new taxes are all placing unnecessary pressures on Australians. Further, Labor have removed a Prime Minister quickly and ruthlessly, ignoring the wishes of Australian voters. But it is the same government with the same problems creating the same mess. I hope you will get behind Tony in the weeks ahead as he seeks to stand up for Australia and take real action to end the waste, repay the debt, stop the taxes and ease the cost of living pressures on families. If you would like to read more detailed policy information please go to www.liberal.org.au.
  20. Guest

    senior card / concessions

    When granted a aged parents visa can you get senior concessions?
  21. hi, I'm a chartered Quantity surveyor with 10 years experience seeking sponsorship in Oz, Melbourne ideally. Any advice on what companies to approach etc cheers, clona
  22. Hello everyone- North of Perth... I would like to hear of anyones opinions on the two schools Ocean Reef Senior High and Woodvale Senior High. Basically if anyones satisfied or disatisfied with their childs progress in any of these schools. Look forward to any info or opinions ... Cheers :smile:
  23. Good Afternoon... I emigrated with my wife and 3 young children last October and have worked in recruitment since 1997. I am now working for Spring in Brisbane as a Managing Consultant and recruit Permanent / Contract IT roles and also Senior Appointments i.e Project/Programme Management, Architects, IT manager and CIO level opportunities. If you would like me to assist you in looking for work or offer any advice on the Brisbane market please feel free to PM me for details Thanks for reading and look forward to speaking soon Shane
  24. Hi all, My wife and I are making the move to Australia and are in the process of sorting all our details out. first step was to get my wife's skills tested. She is the main applicant and is a pharmacist. She has an exam with the Australian pharmacy council in December and will hopefully then have the skills verified which means applying in early Jan for the visa. We are both UK citizens, and are in our 20s. She's a pharmacist and I am a business ocnsultant for the energy sector. We have already pushed our departure to Australia back 6 months due to the difficulty and red tape with getting the skills assessed from the Australian Pharmacy council but are now scheduled to arrive in Oz in December 2010. This means that there is approximately 11-12 months bewteen applying to the DIAC and arriving in Sydney/Melbourne (undecided). My questions are: 1.) With the recent Spet 23rd news form the immigration minister, is this 2013 date for 175 visa granting realistic. On the current priority list we sit at 4 as we are CSL but do not have family, emplyer or state sponsorship. 2.) I am concerned that the visa will not be granted on time. Given that my wife's work is for a government body - NHS/Australian equivalent, how realistic is it to get an emplyer sponsorship so that we could go in as 457/121? 3.)I've heard that Australia has a lot of surplus junior pharmacists without work but is in need of senior pharmacists which fortunately works out well for us. Not sure how accurate this is though. Any information on difficulty in finding a job as a pharmacist? 4.) As mentioned above, we plan to arrive in Iz in December 2010. We will be travelling for some 3 months in Asia before hand. If necessary, will it be possible to get the 175 finalised at an embassy other than that of lodging, i.e. we will lodge the application with the DIAC in London, but could we present our passports to the DIAC/embassy in Bangkok for example? 5.) I've also heard that sites like seek.com.au etc, although very useful, only contain a low % of positions actually available. Does anyone have any further advice for health system and financial/energy sector roles? Finally let me say a big thank you to all posters past and future of this forum. I have certainly found it to be an exceptional information resource and it has very much become my first port of call for finding out something. My rationale for making thos post is that there seems to be a shortage of information for pharmacists on here hence thought that as it has the word 'pharmacist' in the title, it may be of use as an easy reference to future pharmacists looking to migrate, with the added benefit of being personalised to our situation. Please don't think we've been lazy and are just not willing to search out this info for ourselves. Thank in advance, regards.
  25. Are you on your way to Australia? Do you have unrestricted and full work rights? I am seeking a Senion Wintel Engineer for a role based in the heart of Sydney. We ar elooking for someone with a number of years experience in a Wintel environment with exposure to a broad range of technologies such as the below : Server 2000/03/08 Active Directory VMWare Clustering Print server As this is a perm role, sponsorship is not availible for this position, so the successful candidate will need to have full work rights already and ideally be on their way out or have immediate plans to relocate to Australia. If you fit the above description, then please email your detail to rclare@paxus.com.au PAXUS is Australia's leading provider of IT people to major blue chip clients including Australia's leading financial institutions. We are able to offer sponsorship under the 457 visa for contract roles. If you have been identified by a company in Australia, but they are not able to sponsor - we may be able to help. Paxus - Home
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