Staff Hiring Australia 2018











How to find a job in Australia
  • Research your market. Some roles and skills are in high demand in Australia, and others less so. The more you read, the more likely you are to understand where you fit in to the job market. If you have highly sought after skills such as digital and eCommerce abilities, it may be relatively easy, says Abigail Carradice, Head of Talent Acquisition and Global Opportunities for Michael Page. Or, if you’re willing to work somewhere remote you may have less competition.
     
  • Sort out your visa. Expect to see mention of the “right to work” in Australian job ads. Employers will sponsor high level candidates if they can’t get someone locally, says Carradice. But it’s the exception, not the rule. Only really experienced candidates in talent short industries can expect an all-expenses-paid transfer.

    Working holiday visas can also be a way to get a foot in the door, says Carradice. The candidate may then be able to convince their employer to sponsor them and provide a full work visa.
     
  • Speak the lingo and learn about the culture. When Lindsey Monroe-Ruth moved from the United States to Australia to work for Adecco, she had to learn the basics of the Australian vernacular, including phrases such as “I’m keen to…”

    When she told an Australian contact that she was “off to the races,” she meant she had lots of work to do, fast. The contact assumed Monroe-Ruth was literally going to the racecourse to take the afternoon off! 
  • Tailor your resume and cover letter. Connect your experience to the benefits the company can reap, says Andrew Morris, Director Robert Half New South Wales, Queensland and New Zealand. Don’t assume that local employers have heard of your overseas employer. Include a paragraph in your resume explaining the business and its functions.





How to move to Australia without job offer
You can even move to Australia without the job offer from Australian employer and then search the job on your own.  To follow this process, you may apply for key GSM visa categories, i.e. Subclass 189 visa or Subclass 190 via online SkillSelect System. It is a point based system that assess your profile based on age, education, work experience, language ability, etc. If you are selected, you will get ITA (Invitation to Apply) desired Skilled PR Visa in Australia.

This is one of the crucial aspects of immigration to Australia. Your PR visa approval or immigration procedure may take longer than you expected in the absence of proper guidance, knowledge, and follow ups.
If you take a session with an experienced immigration expert in an Australian Immigration Consultancy, and let them know about your plans to apply PR visa, they can help you with the most of the above aspects of Australia PR process, such as creating profile on SkillSelect, documentation, application assessment, etc. You my fill to free enquiry and fix your appointment with the expert.
Disclaimer: Visas Avenue is not a job recruitment agent or job service provider. Visas Avenue does not offer consultancy on / overseas jobs/work permits/international or domestic placements.




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