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Old 01-04-2014, 03:11 PM
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Does anybody have any contacts in getting teaching positions in Australia? How difficult is it to get jobs? We are keen to move to the Sunshine Coast. I am a Principal at an elementary school in Canada - my husband is an elementary teacher. Thanks


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Hey,

Could anyone shed some light on how to get accredited to teach in nsw? I am a secondary head of art teaching in London at the moment. I leave my school at the end of January and we emigrate to oz on the 9th feb. I have been trying to sort it out before I go but find the process a bit unclear. Also, if anyone could advise about teaching agencies in sydney, about finding yeah I jobs etc then that would also be really helpful!

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Hi,

Migrating to Australia as a Teacher is quite confusing as there are so many rules, regulations and standards that have to be met.

My understanding is that even qualified teachers from the UK have to do some form of supervised training, to adhere to Australian standards.

However, it may be more straight forward than I'm suggesting, and perhaps you could start by following this link:

Assessment for Migration | Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership

You may also wish to visit Queensland Education

Good Luck

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Dear Norman /All,

I work as a change Manager , I would like to know if there are any opportunities available for this position at the moment.

Thanks


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Dear Norman

Pls let me know if there are any opportunities in Banking s


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Dear Norman

Pls let me know if there are any opportunities in Banking sector.


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Could someone please help me? I have a neice in the UK who wants to immigrate to Australia. Can you please recommend a trustworthy agent in the UK who can help her through this process

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Hi,

I think you need to establish if your neice actually needs a Migration Agent as their fees are quite expensive. I actually work with a couple of Australian Registered Migration Agents who are legally approved by the Australian government to provide visa and immigration advice. Beware of Migration Agents who are NOT registered as such by asking for their MARN number.

Additionally, what is your neice planning to do in Australia - if she is going to work and is a professional, she will possibly find a job that is sponsored - and in this case, the "sponsorer" will possibly have access to a Migration Agent to complete the process.

I am able to assist your neice with finding a job and as mentioned, I work with RMA's and as I am UK based and the Agents are in Australia, you have the best of both worlds working on your behalf.

If you wish to provide more information, especially a CV, please email me.

Best Regards

Dave Larder
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Louth, Lincolnshire.
Paramount Resourcing - Sourcing the Best Candidates..
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Hi,

I think you need to establish if your neice actually needs a Migration Agent as their fees are quite expensive. I actually work with a couple of Australian Registered Migration Agents who are legally approved by the Australian government to provide visa and immigration advice. Beware of Migration Agents who are NOT registered as such by asking for their MARN number.

Additionally, what is your neice planning to do in Australia - if she is going to work and is a professional, she will possibly find a job that is sponsored - and in this case, the "sponsorer" will possibly have access to a Migration Agent to complete the process.

I am able to assist your neice with finding a job and as mentioned, I work with RMA's and as I am UK based and the Agents are in Australia, you have the best of both worlds working on your behalf.

If you wish to provide more information, especially a CV, please email me.

Best Regards

Dave Larder
Candidate Resources Consultant
Paramount Resourcing (UK)
Louth, Lincolnshire.
Paramount Resourcing - Sourcing the Best Candidates..
Skype: dave.larder

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Hi Norman

Can you assist me with opportunitiesin Banking sector please ???

Regards

Santhosh


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