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Paramedic positions in Adelaide

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    I am currently a nurse and my partner is a paramedic in the UK. We are emigrating to Adelaide hopefuly end of 2005, early 2006. I should have no problems in getting a job, but we have found it difficult to get information on paramedic jobs in Adelaide. Any tips?

    Thanks, Angela

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    South Australia Ambulance service - http://www.saambulance.com.au is the place he'll need to make contact with , as that's who he will be working for. :wink:

     

    Many organisations like this also advertise in the Saturday newspaper. In Adelaide the paper's called "The Advertiser", and online, the ads can be found here http://www.careerone.com.au

     

    Or of course, http://www.seek.com.au may have positions advertised also.

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    Guest angela bourne

    Thanks for that Mark, I'll check those sites out. Are you emigrating to Oz too or are you already there? :D

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    No probs. Good luck! Got to help you lovely nurses, never know when we'll be needing you :)

     

    To answer your question.. I'm Aussie, but living in Edinburgh at the moment on working holiday.

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