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Accommodation and job opportunities in Southern Inland region NSW..

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Dear Mates..

I Manu from India and planning relocate to Southern Inland region of NSW, since I had received 189 SS Visa. Now my inquiries are...

1.Can I get jobs in this region?

2.Can I get proper accommodation and what would be the living cost/month for single person.?

3.Is this region is friendly and safe?

Kindly can any one have ideas on these above mentioned matter please share and your valuable assistance is highly appreciated.

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It depends - what kind of work are you looking for?

 

I don't know what you mean by "safe". Australia is generally a safe country. There was some bad publicity about Indians being robbed in Melbourne and Sydney, but they were not racist attacks, simply thieves mugging students for their tablets/phones/money, and that happens in any big city - I suspect it happens just as often in Indian cities.

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planning relocate to Southern Inland region of NSW.

 

What is your definition of Southern Inland?

 

What jobs are you experienced in?


OMFG. These baked beans are lethal..............

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The 189 visa is not a State sponsored visa.

 

NSW will sponsor people for a 489 visa as long as they live in specific regional areas, of which Southern Inland is one.

 

Is your visa really a 489?

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as they live in specific regional areas, of which Southern Inland is one

 

So where does that cover exactly?


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So where does that cover exactly?

 

 

It covers a huge inland area from just south of Sydney down to the Bombala area.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It depends - what kind of work are you looking for?

 

I don't know what you mean by "safe". Australia is generally a safe country. There was some bad publicity about Indians being robbed in Melbourne and Sydney, but they were not racist attacks, simply thieves mugging students for their tablets/phones/money, and that happens in any big city - I suspect it happens just as often in Indian cities.

 

Dear Marisawright,

I completely agree with what you said and thanks for your response. I received 489 Visa from Southern Inland and looking jobs in mechanical, manufacturing fields and looking for accommodation as well. Do you have any idea on this matter if so please assist me.

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What is your definition of Southern Inland?

 

What jobs are you experienced in?

Dear Jumpingjillybean,

I received SS 489 Visa from Southern Inland-NSW and I'm permitted to work in this region expect Sydney,New castle and Wollagong.

I'm looking for jobs in mechanical, manufacturing and production fields.

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What is your definition of Southern Inland?

 

What jobs are you experienced in?

 

Dear Jumpingjillybean,

I received SS 489 Visa from Southern Inland-NSW and I'm permitted to work in this region expect Sydney,New castle and Wollagong.

I'm looking for jobs in mechanical, manufacturing and production fields.

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Dear NickyNook,

Mine is 489 Visa received from NSW and I'm permitted to work in Southern inland region except Sydney,Newcastle,Central Coast and Wollongong.

Let me know what are the areas which comes under Southern Inland region.

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Dear NickyNook,

Mine is 489 Visa received from NSW and I'm permitted to work in Southern inland region except Sydney,Newcastle,Central Coast and Wollongong.

Let me know what are the areas which comes under Southern Inland region.

 

Oh right. So when you said you had a 189 visa you were wrong then? Might be a smart move to memorise which visa you have.

 

I'm surprised that you don't know where the Southern Inland region is considering you have applied for a visa that requires you to live there. :err:

 

I suggest you check out their website which includes a map of the area and information about the towns within it.

 

http://rdasi.org.au/about-us/

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Ya I have uploaded the CV in seek.

 

Well that isn't what I meant, I meant have you looked to see if there are any jobs in your field in those areas on seek.

 

By the way, the 489 requires you to live in a regional area, but it can be any regional area (according to the list of postcodes).

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Dear NickyNook,

 

How about job opportunities for Production, Planning and Mechanical engineering fields??Any local web link can I get except seek?

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Dear Bungo..

Yes I have seen seek but I'm not finding out the jobs which exactly suits to my profile.

I permitted to work only in Southern Inland region except Sydney,Central Coast, Wollongong and Newcastle. How about opportunities over this region.

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Dear Bungo..

Yes I have seen seek but I'm not finding out the jobs which exactly suits to my profile.

I permitted to work only in Southern Inland region except Sydney,Central Coast, Wollongong and Newcastle. How about opportunities over this region.

 

You are not only permitted to work in those regions, you are permitted to work in any deemed regional area.

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Ya I have uploaded the CV in seek.

 

Manu, what people are trying to tell you is that employers will not contact you through Seek. You must find the jobs on the site and contact them. Jobs in the Southern Inland area are not plentiful, so it is not surprising if you cannot find any jobs right now, you just need to keep looking.

 

You could also try ringing agencies who specialise in engineering vacancies. Google "engineering recruitment agencies Australia" to find suitable agencies.

 

Most of the work in Australia is in the big cities or in the big mining centres. Southern Inland region has no big cities. There is mining but I can't help you with information on where.

Edited by Marisawright

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Manu, what people are trying to tell you is that employers will not contact you through Seek. You must find the jobs on the site and contact them. Jobs in the Southern Inland area are not plentiful, so it is not surprising if you cannot find any jobs right now, you just need to keep looking.

 

You could also try ringing agencies who specialise in engineering vacancies. Google "engineering recruitment agencies Australia" to find suitable agencies.

 

Most of the work in Australia is in the big cities or in the big mining centres. Southern Inland region has no big cities. There is mining but I can't help you with information on where.

 

 

The part I've highlighted isn't quite right. There is a background function in Seek where registered employers can review candidates who have completed a profile. I wouldn't rely on it if I was looking for work but it doesn't hurt to have a candidate profile on there.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The part I've highlighted isn't quite right. There is a background function in Seek where registered employers can review candidates who have completed a profile. I wouldn't rely on it if I was looking for work but it doesn't hurt to have a candidate profile on there.

 

Yes, I should've been more specific. The facility does exist, what I was trying to say is don't rely on it - employers don't use it much unless they are really stuck for candidates.


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"The stranger who comes home does not make himself at home but makes home itself strange." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

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Okay fine I will do it..

And I have one more question, I heard that for 189 Visa, concerned region will be paying basic stay fund for 3 months to candidate whoever comes on that VISA is it true?

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Okay fine I will do it..

And I have one more question, I heard that for 189 Visa, concerned region will be paying basic stay fund for 3 months to candidate whoever comes on that VISA is it true?

 

I thought you said you had a 489 visa. I have not heard of such a fund but I am not an expert.


Scot by birth, emigrated 1985 | Aussie husband applied UK spouse visa Jan 2015, granted March 2015, moved to UK May 2015 | Returned to Oz June 2016

"The stranger who comes home does not make himself at home but makes home itself strange." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

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