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  1. Working with 489

    I work for an IT Consulting company in Sri Lanka. We have a branch in Mel CBD but it's not an office where anyone operates from...all employees working for the Aus branch works at customer locations all over Aus 100% of the time so it's just where the business registered address only. One of our customers is from Shepparton and I'm required to work on a project for them in Shepparton. The Shepparton zip code is in a regional area My 489 is from SA..... The question is... if I work for the Aus Branch (Mel-CBD) BUT is required to Work 100% from Shepparton.... is this in-line with the laws and regulations of the 489 taking into consideration my 489 is from SA. Note that my wife and son will be living in SA (which is regional everywhere) and I will be commuting every 2-3 weeks back to Adelaide for a few days. Regards Chris
  2. I recently got approached from my old company in the UKabout a job opportunity working in the middle east on a Fly in Fly out(FIFO)rotation. I am currently on a Bridging Visa A (partner 820/801) which doesn’t allowme to travel but has anyone had any experience with a situation like this. WouldI be able to apply for a bridging visa B to leave the country for work thencome back? So basically I want to know if I am able to leave thecountry for work without ruining my chances of staying in Australia. Thanks in advance David
  3. Hi, I am currently in the process of my visa application , also registering my profession with the ADC. I am looking for a Dentist who will sponsor me based in Adelaide. I am in the process of selling my house in the UK and is looking to move ASAP. Any help would be much appreciated . Please feel free to contact me if you require further details . Regards Natalie
  4. Are you an electrician fresh off the boat and looking for work? Have you booked into PEER or TAFE to do your 'gap training'? Having difficulty getting that first break into the industry now you have arrived. Message me as I may (not definitely) be able to help out.
  5. http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=17546 good luck
  6. We're moving house on Friday 11th April & I need a hand lifting & shifting.Everything is boxed ready to go, truck hired, I just need an extra pair of 'strong' hands.Happy to pay for the help, PM me if you're interested. Moving within the Western suburbs.
  7. WANTED - experienced brickies labourer/brickie with own car for urgent and immediate start with a subbie who has loads of work! Work is in various locations around Adelaide and so transport is essential. Please contact Alan on 0400 343316 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!
  8. Hey I just moved from England about 2weeks ago, I'm not in school yet and I'm looking for a job, ill do anything really but I'd like to work for a radio station or something, because once I have finished school I'm am going to be DJ, so if anyone could off help as to me getting better at it, please let me know thanks , also I'm currently in henley beach but I can travel
  9. Black swb Vw Caddy,5 speed manual. Turbo Diesel. great condition. books with most service history. 190,000 kilometres, air con, cd mp3, electric windows, ply lined, alloys, 4 brand new tyres, just serviced, lovely little van. genuine reluctant sale, price now reduced by $2000.00 for a quick sale, now only $11,000.00!!!! contact for more details can be viewed or test driven at hallett cove. can be viewed on carsales.com.au http://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/volkswagen-caddy-2005-14457031?base=1216&vertical=Car&cr=10&eapi=2&__N=1246%201252%201247%201282%204294962746%204294962441%20901%201216&num=15&silo=Stock&sort=default
  10. Hi all I've tried to find an answer to this question on the forum but I'm yet to find someone who has been in the SAME situation. So this question is posed to anyone who has: A) worked outside of their nominated state (on a 176 visa) and B) received their citizenship. But if you have some knowledge outside of that, I'm all ears I'm in the situation where I'm battling to find work in my nominated state. I have been offered a very good job by a state outside of my nomination. The company has offered some support though, and I will be able to work from home (in my nominated state) and they will even register an office in my state (so I can also get paid from my state). The job will require me to fly to other states for work (1 week away, 2 weeks back home), but most of the time I will be working from home. I've emailed my state for advice and they gave me a vague answer; they didn't decline the request, but they don't seem to happy with it either. I know they legally can't stop me BUT I am looking to get citizenship. Will this come back to haunt me (I've only been here 3 weeks)? Or is their no repercussion? OR is what I'm doing perfectly legit? Ideally I'm looking for people who have had this same problem and have had a solid answer. I think because of the grey area I am never going to get a solid answer from state websites. Hope this post can help others too. PS: Australia is AWESOME! Love it here so far!
  11. Printer vacancy

    Hi All, I work for a printers in the city and we are looking for an experienced printer to run the digital press. We print brochures, business cards and flyers. If you think this might be the type of job you are looking for, please send me a PM and I'll send you some more details. Thanks, Mel
  12. moving from canada

    hey everyone, I'm just wondering if i could get some new opinions thrown at me?!? HEELLPP! I currently live in toronto, canada.. i am 20 years old... hardly any work experience.. and my boyfriend and i are planning to head out to adelaide in 2 months (max!)... I'm just wondering: how much money should i plan to bring? my expenses will be as least as possible and until we find a place to rent we will be staying in hostels.. thanks in advance for any answers
  13. Accommodation?

    Hi ALL; newbie to the forum; I will be arriving in SA beginning of September, I would like some help in finding a room or unit to rent. It would be helpful if I can get a room so I have someone to talk to about the local area etc, I am a single Male IT professional. Any help, pointers etc. would be very useful and appreciated Thanks in advance Simon
  14. I thought I might get some interest from this forum or you may know of someone that may be interested: Lead & Assistant Coaches Little Kickers launched in Australia in May 2009 and is an International company founded in the UK with classes now operating all over the world. Our Adelaide franchise is launching classes late October 2011 in Athelstone and further classes in the Northern and Western suburbs to follow. We are looking for Lead and Assistant coaches for the above classes. Our classes teach children from 2 – 5 years old soccer in a fun, non-contact environment and therefore an ability to connect with your inner child is paramount! To be successful in this role you must have good verbal communication skills and be comfortable in front of a group. A passion for sport and an interest in soccer is also essential for these roles and a good level of physical fitness is required. Full training will be provided, however we would welcome applications from people with previous sports coaching experience or working with children including parenting. You must have a personal commitment to sustaining professional working practices in the workplace at all times including excellent time-keeping and punctuality skills. You must have the ability to work as part of a team. As we work with children a full criminal police check is required and the lead coach must have a valid first aide certificate or be willing to obtain one prior commencing work with us. Also being in possession of a drivers licence and car would be an advantage. Our classes are on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. We are happy to receive applications from people who can work all of the days or can just do one of the days. We offer a good hourly rate and are happy to consider candidates for immediate or November/December starts. Little Kickers is an equal opportunity employer. Full job descriptions are available on our website www.littlekickers.com.au Please email your enquiries or CV with a cover letter to Lia Princi lprinci@littlekickers.com.au
  15. Me: Over the moon, OMG i can't wait. Plans: Umm.. Well.. 1: Book a flight 2: Get an Aussie bank account 3: Not sure, maybe some1 can help me? I believe i want to buy a backpack, start in Adelaide, work at fruit-picking jobs in the Hills, then travel a bit. I am only 19, only ever dreamed of doing this. Any tips, and i mean any would be greatly appreciated. Plan to arrive in Adelaide 2nd week of August (I think). Please tell me everything you know about Australia /Chris
  16. Hi there, Just thought I'd ask to see if anyone knows of any Administrative, PA, Event Coordination or Marketing Assistant roles going? Southern or CBD location. Any help/contacts would be appreciated. Many thanks, Jodie
  17. Hopefully coming to Adelaide

    Hello, I'm new to this forum, my hubby and I travelled to Oz in 2007 and went up the East coast (though didnt go to Adelaide!) worked for 6 months in Sydney; However, we are in the process of getting our Visa and looks like it will be Adelaide - we are 30 and 32, have a 9 month old baby and any advice at all with regards to work/areas/schools etc. would be VERY much appreciated! My hubby is a bricklayer and I have worked in admin though a stay at home Mum at the mo. Thanks in advance!
  18. hello every one, i am new here and i will go to australia (adeliade) in the next few months. i have about 6 years of experience in sheet metals( cutting, press brake, CNC plasma cutter). i just dont know how to write my resume in aussie style which i know is one of the most important things to get a job. so would you please help ....
  19. Hi all, Just thought I'd put a post up to see if anyone knows of any contract or temporary office work going in the CBD or Southern Suburbs? I have extensive expertise in office administration as well as marketing, event management, sales, HR and finance. So I am able to do a variety of roles from Administrator and Receptionist to Marketing Assistant and Customer Service. Please let me know if you know of any positions, it'd be much appreciated! Many thanks, Jodie
  20. I just wanted to inform people who are in the process of emigrating to Adelaide and their career intentions is to work within the health and social care sector of Adelaide. Well the good news is there is lots of work our here, far far more than I ever expected when I was back in the UK, whilst waiting for visa to arrive and worrying if I could get work in Adelaide. Before I came over I got four job offers, then when I arrived within the two weeks I got offered another six job offers. I ended up bcoming a Rehabilitation Consultant on behalf of Workcover SA. Well I hated my job, so I literally walked out of my job at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday 16th june 2010, I literally dropped everything and had enough, told the managers and I just walked out. Soon as I got out of the building I got in car and went on the internet via my mobile phone. I telephone five companies asking for jobs, all five asked me to go and see them. So immediately I went off to see these potential employers. By 5 pm that same day I had got all the five jobs. Four job offers managing community care projects, e.g. homecare manager, mental health care worker, community care manager, team leader role and also a role as a Rehabilitation Consultant again but this time with a different comapany. Today I have got another four interviews and two more over the telephone. Please dont worry about gaining employment in health and social care, if you are experienced then you have no worries. I have accepted the Rehabilitation Job so far and start this Monday 21st June 2010. But you never know I may take a better offer today. Good Luck to all who are searching for work within this field, either here in Adelaide or back in the UK Tony
  21. My daughter Shannon aged nearly 17 years old, she has already completed 6 months of an hairdressing apprenticeship whilst in the UK. After being here for five weeks in Adelaide. Shannon is now getting bored and has no friends or any socialising funds/money. Therefore she is after a suitable job, either in a shop, or, in a hairdressers, or, a office junior role. She did mention she would like to be a dentist assistant. Just wondering if anyone has any employment opportunities for her. We all have jobs and she is stuck in all day everyday. I feel for her. We hope to hear from you very soon????
  22. Hi to all, We land in Adelaide on the Wednesday 10th February and we have short-term rental in Seaton. We have gained the Skilled Migration (subclass 475) Visa. I have a daughter who is currently aged 16 years old and will be 17 years old on the 8th April. What I am aware of is that she has to be in some way in compulsive education (School or TAFE) until she is 17 years old, unless she has a job working over 25 hours. I do not see the point in enrolling her in education for a couple of months till she is 17 years old. Currently she is working full-time on an amazing Hairdressing Apprenticeship in an excellent Salon in Newcastle upon Tyne and she loves it, especially with the good wage she gets. As you may guess she does not want to go to Adelaide with us because of her job, friends and especially her first love the dreaded boyfriend. So under duress! We have agreed that she comes to Adelaide until she is 18 years old and then she is an Adult and can then decide if she wants to remain in Adelaide or go back to the UK. So of course she is determined to go back to the UK and I get the impression that she is going to cause us quite a few problems in the year she resides in Adelaide. I have sorted out a lot of potential male and female friends she can meet up with and get to know once in Adelaide, who have all been in her situation and of similiar ages. I know our kids dont like their parent/s to arrange friends for them, but this gesture by me - her dad is meant well, plus it gives me chance to hang around with their parent/s lol. These potential friends have sent my daughter messages via MSN Messenger and Facebook but my daughter just will not entertain them, even in one of my previous posts I have mentioned that I will be having a BBQ Party for those older teenagers and young adults to attend and gain the chance to socialise and hopefully meet new friends. Neverthless once she has arrived and met some of these new people and starts to enjoy the good weather etc., I am hoping that that mind set in returning to the UK will be changed. Problem though!!! Ideally I would like my daughter to continue with her Hairdressing Career, ideally with an appropriate hairdressing apprenticeship/job here in Adelaide. Attending TAFE is a no go area as we are on the 475 visa and at this moment in time I cannot afford the relevant education fees. I am quite confident that once she has gained a good social network she will then settle and hopefully stay for good. But it's the gaining the hairdressing career for her whilst she is in Adelaide I am extremely worried about. SO WHAT DO I DO ????? Paramount that she gains hairdressing opportunities.!!!
  23. I have been given a telephone job interview for this Monday 08:00 a.m. Adelaide time. This is where I get confused. I have been aware of this interview coming up for Glenside Hospital for months now. This interview was via a Recruitment Agency called Randstad. Via the Recruitment Agency's correspondence I assumed it was just a chat about what opportunities they may have for me because of the improvements being currently developed at Glenside Hospital . Thats the impression I gained from previous correspondence from them. Yesterday I received an e-mail stating that the telephone job interview is for a post of a Mental Health Nurse Level 1 within 1G Lyell McEwin Hospital and a NUM Ms Howell is conducting the interview. Eh? Where has this come from??? What happened to Glenside Hospital Interview??? What does 1G Mean ??? NUM ??? I have always been involved within the Health & Social Sector, some of the jobs I have done are the following: Care Manager of Home Care, Manager of several Small Residential Mental Health Homes also Learning Disabilities, Senior Community Care Manager in Disabilities. Health & Social Lecturer & Tutor & Teacher & Trainer. University external moderator for the examination board of Health & Social Care exams. Trainer. Been a Prison Teacher and Special Needs Teacher. A Homelessness Housing Manager. Also I have managed Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Homes. I have a Masters in Project Management and my Degree is in Health Studies, I have also gained my Further Education Teaching Qualifications. So you can guess that I have vast amounts of experience within the various fields of Health & Social Care and the relevant qualifications to back it up. This is my confusion. I have never worked in an hospital setting and I dont have any actual Nursing experience or any of the Nursing qualifications. Nearest thing I have to Nursing is that I have taught Palliative Care, Moving and Handling Techniques and Safe Handling of Medicines to Nursing students. I was wondering because of my skills, knowledge and experiences do you think this job interview is for a Nursing post and that the Central Northern Adelaide Health Service are willing to train me up to be a Nurse. As stated above the interviewer will be NUM Ms Howell - What does NUM stand for? I am aware that there is a shortage of Nurses in Australia so do you think that this job involves me training to be a Mental Health Nurse, Level 1. Is Level 1 in Nursing a training level, also what is the salarly for that level.
  24. I've been looking at jobs in Adelaide to sort something out before I come over in September and a lot are saying I can't apply until I have an Australian address... Didn't know if this is the case and whether I should stop looking until I come over?