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Old 01-02-2010, 05:53 PM
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I am a Civil Engineer with 7 years of experience. Can anyone suggest in which state/territory I should plan to migrate basing on my profession ? i plan to apply for 176 and I think Queensland might be a good option. Any suggestion.......anybody ?


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Civil Engineers work in local government, state government roads/bridges deparatments, other infrastructure areas, consultants, mining and so Queensland has a bit of all that as do most states.

You could do a bit of searching re career/employment sites and see what the vacancies were like in different states for your field to get some ideas.




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Old 01-03-2010, 06:45 AM
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Thank you Wanderer. I have sent my CDR to IEAUST for assessment on 22 Sep 09 and still awaiting their response. In the meantime I plan to browse through 'seek' and 'careerone' for my future employment. Do you think that I need to have further education in Australia for better employment oppurtunities ? Many thanks


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If you get a positive assessment from IEA maisara, that's all that is required for qualifications re immigration and will mean your qualifications would be accepted by any organisations in Australia.





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hi Wanderer,

With more than 12 years Professional Civil Engineer work experience overseas, we are currently looking for Civil Engineer job prospects particularly in Melbourne area. We have been using seek.com.au and LinkedIn but have been receiving feedback that local experience is required. We also inform them of my status of being a PR.

We have received 176 visa and will arrive Melbourne soon. Any inputs would help as to how we could secure job interviews and offer.

Thank you for your help.


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