I'm due to qualify as a direct entry Midwife in September this year, and in a perfect world I'd like to finally escape the UK and get back out to Adelaide. I have had a working holiday visa, so that is not an option. I've spoken the The Emigration Group, who say that I need a years experience before I could start the process for a skilled visa. They have said my only option is to apply direct with the hospitals in Adelaide and find a job that will support me with a sponsored visa.
So, I've hunted and hunted and found lots of jobs requiring 2 years experience, rights to work in Australia, and existing registration with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Board. Which has put me in a catch 22 and I feel like I'm going round in circles. I'm starting to think its a case of not what you know but who you know.
I have heard of people going out from qualifying on a working holiday visa and gaining employment, so it must be possible. Any advise anyone could share would be much appreciated!!!
Thanks in advance