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Old 03-02-2014, 11:01 PM
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Same with my fiance aussieboy. He is getting calls but when he mentions the visa that is the problem. He will start looking at anything like factory work. We are going to an information session in a couple of weeks on getting jobs for newly arrived people. Let me know if you want the details. It is on 12th March in the city at 530pm and you need to register because limited spaces available.


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My fiancée will have her teaching qualifications assessed finalised by 28 March and then will have increased chance of working

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It should also help when she gets her 820.

Is she going private or public teaching? I know ed qld were doing redundancies maybe 6 months ago so hopefully things are picking up for them again.


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She is having them assessed for 2 things. First to get a diploma for out of school hour care and the decision will be 28 Mar. she is also having them assessed to do teaching though this takes 3 months, have not considered where to teach as yet

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That is good. You probably already know but just wanted to mention to make sure she has her Blue card.

We didn't bother getting my fiance's assessed as it is an accounting degree and he would require more study anyway to gain Australian tax law knowledge. We may look into it once he gets pr though. He has experience in 2 other fields anyway so that is good


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Yeah Mish she has a blue card and starts on mon as a volunteer,

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That is good. You probably already know but just wanted to mention to make sure she has her Blue card.

We didn't bother getting my fiance's assessed as it is an accounting degree and he would require more study anyway to gain Australian tax law knowledge. We may look into it once he gets pr though. He has experience in 2 other fields anyway so that is good
Hi Mish,

Just wondered if your fiance has had much luck looking for accounting work in Brisbane? I'm in a similar situation myself on a 309 partner visa, part way through accountancy qualifications and finding it very difficult to get a job. Seen about 8 different recruitment agencies so far!

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Hi Mish,

Just wondered if your fiance has had much luck looking for accounting work in Brisbane? I'm in a similar situation myself on a 309 partner visa, part way through accountancy qualifications and finding it very difficult to get a job. Seen about 8 different recruitment agencies so far!
He hasn't looked for work in accounting as he would need to do more study for the degree to be recognised which he will do once he gets PR.

What kind of work are you looking for? Any experience in payroll or bookkeeping? There are quite a few of those jobs around in Brisbane. When you say part way through does that mean you will finish the degree through and Australian university.?


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He hasn't looked for work in accounting as he would need to do more study for the degree to be recognised which he will do once he gets PR.

What kind of work are you looking for? Any experience in payroll or bookkeeping? There are quite a few of those jobs around in Brisbane. When you say part way through does that mean you will finish the degree through and Australian university.?
Ahh I see. I worked specifically in audit but covering a lot of financial stuff whilst doing a diploma in accountancy (ACCA) - it's equivalent to about a third of the way through to becoming a chartered accountant. I hope to finish it whilst working, it's just too expensive otherwise unfortunately. Not many audit jobs around and the accountancy ones want more specific experience. Tricky situation!

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Ahh I see. I worked specifically in audit but covering a lot of financial stuff whilst doing a diploma in accountancy (ACCA) - it's equivalent to about a third of the way through to becoming a chartered accountant. I hope to finish it whilst working, it's just too expensive otherwise unfortunately. Not many audit jobs around and the accountancy ones want more specific experience. Tricky situation!
Just want to clarify that you have an Australian equivalent to a bachelor of accounting? What you mention sounds like you have your bachelor degree but doing your CA/CPA? Let me know if that is correct?

The accounting firms like PWC are where the auditing jobs are and I imagine that would either want an Australian degree or evidence showing it is equivalent to an Australian degree otherwise most likely they won't accept you.

ATO has lots of auditors but unfortunately as they are government will only accept oz citizens and they are also reducing staff the moment.

Try looking for bookkeeping or payroll jobs you might have some luck there. Also maybe sew if you can do some volunteer work or a short course to get something Australian on the resume.


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