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  1. BSc Hons Mathematics Graduate looking for work within Adelaide. I'm on a 417 Working Holiday Visa. I would really like to find a role where there is opportunity for future sponsorship. Experience 6 months in Social Housing as Customer Service Advisor organising repairs/maintainance of properties, providing support for tenants and liasing with incomes team for rent payments. Experience 5 years in Retail/Floristry as Florist part time whilst completing my studies. I arranged bouquets for funerals/weddings/clients including deals with local businesses. Summer Internships at Walker Morris LLP as Legal Researcher, KPMG as Assistant Data Analyst, and Arla Foods as Admin Assistant. Hospitality Roles including Front of House, Bartender, Waitress, Student Ambassador, UCAS Ambassador and Events Assistant. In my degree, I learned how to use different software such as: Microsoft Packages, R, Python, Matlab, LaTeX, SAS, SAP and SAP Ariba. Contact me if anyone knows of a suitable position. Kind regards, Megan
  2. Small job (cash) for a brickie. Existing opening to be reduced in size, brickwork (approx 3 new layers) to be tied into existing brickwork on a 1980's brick veneer house. Please PM me if interested. Thanks Chris
  3. Hi there - as a fellow Pom having relocated from Manchester 5 years ago, please see the attached link to a Part time Accounts Receivable role at a local Adelaide private hospital. Please feel free to apply directly https://www.seek.com.au/job/34502604?type=standout&userqueryid=0212ecc948451df25fe146b75911f616-6078326 If there is anyone looking for a Full time supply role with an end to end inventory/procurement focus, please feel free to send me your details. I remember how hard it was to find a role when me and my family arrived, so happy to share the above 2 opportunities. Thanks, Scott
  4. We are looking for new IT Technician to join our growing business. We are based in Torrens Park and provide services to clients all over SA. We are looking for a new technician, some experience would be good and a will to learn new things is essential. But by far the most important attribute which we consider important is personality. For more information please contact me: Gary Paradise - gary.paradise@conceptdata.com.au - 08 8122 9500
  5. Hello all I've recently been offered a job with sponsorship based in marleston. I will be coming with my partner (commercial vehicle salesman, no job as yet) and 13yo daughter. Which suberb would you recommend? We would at least to start with hope for a state school as we don't know how long it will take my partner to find work. Were not looking to be there until early 2017 but I'd like to start some research now. Thank you in advance
  6. 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
  7. I am looking for a Junior Technical IT Officer for my technical services business based on the edge of the city at my office on Fullarton Road, I will be posting an add on Seek over the next few days but thought I would put it up here first to see if there is any interest. This role would really suit a technically minded person that may have interest in marketing and has an extraverted personality, being able to build relationships with business customers is a necessity. Concept Data is an innovative IT company that aims to deliver outstanding customer support services and cloud centric solutions to business and education clients across South Australia. Concept Data offers a fantastic opportunity to start or develop your IT career. Exceptional performance will be rewarded and growth opportunities offered to high performing individuals. Key Responsibilities Logging of support requests and customer interactions within the back office system. Providing telephone and onsite customer support. Determining the appropriate point at which to escalate support requests. Supporting and participating in infrastructure projects and rollouts. Carrying out onsite electrical ‘test and tag’ work (training provided). Responsibility for website updates and social media marketing strategy. Requirements Exceptional communication skills, supported by excellent written and spoken English. An energetic, motivated and organised approach. Technical minded with a keen interest in cloud based technologies and general IT products. Ambition to succeed and further enhance your technical and interpersonal skills. Current driving licence. (own transport would be useful). If this position is of interest please email your resume with a brief covering letter addressing the position requirements to recruitment@conceptdata.com.au Cheers
  8. http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=17546 good luck
  9. We are currently a family of 5 although we are expecting another baby in December 2015. We live in the beautiful suburb of Beaumont which is approx 7km to the centre of Adelaide city. We live in an area with great bush walking and bike riding tracks. There is a bus stop 100m from our home that takes you directly to Adelaide city. Both parents are professionals who also love spending time with their children and take a very hands on approach. The au pair will mainly need to care for one or two children on the days that the mother works. At this stage that is 3 days a week currently Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Preparing meals like sandwiches and pasta for the children will be required, as will some light house duties such as washing clothes though no ironing! We are a loving down to earth family who love spending time outdoors, bike riding and camping. We live in a large 4 bedroom 3 toilet home where the au pair will have her own room, board, TV, Wifi and desk for studying. She would share a bathroom with the children. We are looking for someone to become a part of our family and to be looked upon as a big sister by our children. The au pair is required to assist our children to become respectful, independent and caring individuals, and as such the au pair need only guide and help them to do things for themselves. The au pair will be solely responsible for looking after one or two of the children 3 days of the week whilst the mother works. Help in the afternoons with basic homework for the older children (listening to reading and help with maths) would be appreciated. A drivers licence is not required as we live within walking distance to parks and a kindergarten. This position would suit someone studying either Early Childhood Education, Psychology and any Allied Health area where the individual would like to work predominantly in paediatrics. The au pair will have weekends off (although 1 or 2 weekend evening a month of babysitting would be much appreciated) and 2 days during the week off (currently Monday and Tuesday). This position includes room and board, and negotiated pocket money for the week.
  10. Guys, get ready for a long post regarding a popular issue. Looks like SA is desperate to increase migrants disregarding the fact that jobs are very limited. From my observation I can see so many posts in blogs and discussion forums titled " Can I move interstate as I can’t find my job here in SA" or something like that. This has become a very serious issue recently. Neither DIAC nor SA department is clearly advising on the issue. I have two dimensions to discuss the issue: A. What DIBP and SA officially say about the issue? B. What are the consequences of moving other states before allowed time? A) Statement of DIBP and SA: DIBP says "There could have been some residential conditions that were specified by the relevant state or territory government in your nomination. Contact the state or territory government for more information"- Okay! Clear enough? My question: Why DIBP is not telling “You ‘have to’ follow state requirement as they have sponsored you to get this visa”. This would have cleared confusion form their end at least. Now let us see what SA says- “12.2 Applicants must demonstrate a genuine interest in South Australia and a commitment to live and work in the state for at least two years by: Undertaking first-hand, thorough and meaningful research on South Australia. Providing your reasons for your interest in immigrating to South Australia in the on-line application 12.2.2 Undertaking relevant research on job opportunities and any licensing/registration requirements…..“ When it comes to ‘demonstrate interest’, I think most people will just do that anyway! Also so many people don’t get the real picture until they land on SA. I know many have applied despite knowing the fact of ‘job scarcity’ just to secure the visa. After all it’s PR!!! My question: Why SA is not telling” You must have to stay at least 2 years as per your declaration to fulfill sponsorship criteria. B) Consequence of moving other states and impact on Citizenship Application: On the ground of above issue, there is nothing we find from DIBP or State about the consequences on applying for citizenship. This should be clarified by both the authority with possible outcomes against varying situations. Hope some expert would shed some light on this. Regards Ehsan
  11. 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
  12. Hi all I work for a fab elearning company in the CBD called e3learning (http://e3learning.com.au/) who are currently recruiting for an IT Support team member. Need to be IT savvy, have great customer service skills and be a quick learner. It is a great place to work, on South Terrace so handy for the tram, very laid back and multi-cultural place to work and we have just been bought out by Open Universities Australia so prospects are good. Salary will be dependent on experience. If you are interested then please drop me a pm and I will give you the email address you need to send in a CV. Ali
  13. Did you know there is free help for job seekers in Adelaide? What you can get depends on where you live! If you live in the South contact me using details in my sig and ask for information about the free Next Steps Program (including free workshops until November). We can help anyone with the right to work in Australia, who is not in full-time education, who lives in Marion, Mitcham, City of Onkaparinga or City of Holdfast Bay Council areas (and a couple from Plympton and Unley) - FREE. We will help you identify and take the next step along your career path - whether that be help to find training, skills building - resume writing and confidence building, help with skills recognition etc If you are in the North contact: 1800 619 933, reception@northernfutures.org.au If you live in the West contact:8354 4214, Email: admin@westernfutures.com.au If you live in the East contact: 8397 9500, http://neda.asn.au/ http://www.skills.sa.gov.au/careers-jobs/talk-to-a-career-adviser/eastern-career-advisers
  14. Hey everyone~ im 20 years old and my boyfriend has convinced me to move to adelaide in the next couple of months.. were hoping we will be there by september! but tell you the truth... I get goosebumps talking about it!! i really want to go.. I've travelled all my life and i am ready to make a move on my own without my parents... but this means starting a new life and i have no idea how to go about making plans for this move!! (oh god i sound like the most clueless, young girl ever!!) my parents are against me going.. with valid reasons... i hardly have any money and i have no plans for a job or anything.. I'm completely winging it! so my question is.... what is the least amount of money i absolutely NEEED to have when i land? and what should i start planning before i get there?? any suggestions? PLEASE HELP!! so desperate thanks in advance to anyone who comments!!
  15. Looking for an experienced and reliable chef to handle our BBQ for an engagement. Date: Saturday 17 March 2012 Location: Seaford, Adelaide Time: 5.30pm until 8.30pm (to be confirmed) Wage: $30ph + a few coldies! Duration: Approx 3 hours Come have a laugh & get paid in the process PM me if interested.
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    Wooohoo Got the job!!!!!

    Sooo happy today.. found out I've been accepted for a job at Women and Childrens hospital......I'm so excited!!!!! just starting the process for my 457 visa sending hospital all the Docs. Just need to chase APHRA to see what's happening with my registration! Cos it's taking them ages! Just need to sell our house now....got another viewing next week so fingers crossed it would be perfect timing if we sold it now To top it all off we are going away for a long weekend tomorrow with friends to centreparcs so going away on a high:jiggy: Sooooo happy just had to share it and tell you all:D:
  17. 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 ....
  18. 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
  19. 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.!!!
  20. 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.
  21. candylis


    hi well when im older i wanna be teacher so i was wondering wat its like and im planning to train in the uk and teach in japan or school of the air and mayb teach in auz but i was wondering wats best to do primary or high school wats it like just everything really p.s this will help with plp alecia:wubclub:
  22. 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?

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