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  1. Visas and immigration
    Hi! First off, thank you for this great forum. I spent most of this week reading other peoples threads and learning about their experiences. My situation is: I'm in the process of applying for a skilled migration visa 189. I did the IELTS last saturday and right now I started with my skilled...
  2. Visas and immigration
    Hi greetings to all!* I hereby pursuing Masters in project management in Australia and graduated as an Bachelor of Architect from India. And also got one year of experience from an architectural firm.* As per SOL 2017, Architecture is the course listed for skilled occupancy but not project...
  3. Visas and immigration
    Hello, I have decided I want to stay in Australia and want to go on the Employer Nomination Scheme Visa (subclass 186). I am a qualified painter and I have the certificates and experience for this visa and also have a company willing to sponsor me. My questions are: once I finish my 2 years...
  4. Jobs and work
    A thriving construction industry in Australia is helping to boost the number of jobs available with some such as surveyors, plant operators and contract managers qualifying for state visa and employer sponsorship. Getting a visa can be harder work than actually finding a job, but despite much...
  5. Jobs and work
    The construction industry in Australia is booming, creating jobs, including positions for skilled workers from overseas who qualify for visas to work in the country. Robust building conditions in the new home, apartment and commercial markets in several states are creating jobs for construction...
  6. Jobs and work
    New jobs adverts in Australia are increasing which means more job opportunities in the country with real estate and construction showing the biggest overall rise in demand. There were 2.7% more new roles advertised on SEEK in April compared with the same month in 2015 and while the rate of...
  7. Jobs and work
    Applying for Construction Jobs? Then this is the only place for Construction Professionals who want a competitive advantage when applying for construction jobs in Australia. Recruiting experts have done all of the hard work, keeping it simple while providing you with everything you need to know.
  8. Business and investment
    As a large-size professional scaffolding company, Tianjin Wellmade Scaffold Co., Ltd. is dedicated to design, manufacture and supply of formwork and scaffolding systems for industrial & civil engineering, bridge & road, hydropower station dam projects, etc. We have first-rate, advantage...
  9. New member introductions
    Hi, now i am 36. I am an architect having 12 years experience on building construction industry. I want to migrate to australia. Which state will be better for my background? I wanna know it.
  10. Visas and immigration
    Hello to all the members Im new here. I posted this question yesterday but didnt see it so im not sure if it will get posted twice. I am a 29 year old tower crane operator who is a citizen of Canada a currently working in Canada. I have my canadian tower crane and dogging license and later this...
  11. Visas and immigration
    Hi all Relatively new to the forum...just sent away my skills assess today to Engineers Australia so we can apply for our general skilled migration visa. However, just wondering if anyone else knows much of the situation where employer's are looking to sponsor skilled construction workers to...
  12. Jobs and work
    Hi, I'm a 23 year old quantity surveyor, I have experience in refurb with my first firm and surfacing / minor Civils with 2nd. I'm up to HND construction with my qualifications but I think my work experience speaks a lot more for me, as I've had quite the opertunty for high value schemes over a...
  13. Visas and immigration
    One of the simplest and most ancient trades in the known world is being a bricklayer. One of the most popular posts online was that of a bricklayer who was seeking advice on moving to Australia. From there, a myriad of advice and suggestions were given on the work of Australian bricklayers...
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