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Australian Job Search & Sponsorship Strategy!

Posted on December 4, 2009 at 5:46 PM Comments comments (2)

Nab That Job in Australia! has created a new service to assist those seeking job sponsorship in Australia.   This new Tailored Australian Job Search Strategy will give job seekers an edge when applying for jobs in Australia, as it enables you to tap directly into the hidden job market in Australia. 

Nab That Job in Australia! Is focussed on the hidden job market in Australia, because this is where approximately 70% of all jobs in Australia are found.  That means that if you are only applying for jobs that are advertised on the internet – job search websites for example, you are only viewing up to 30% of the current vacant positions in Australia.


So just what is the hidden job market, and how can you access it, I hear you ask yourselves! 


This new service, called the Tailored Australian Job Search Strategy, is an amazing new service that will immensely benefit your Australian job search, particularly if you are seeking job sponsorship in Australia.


How this service works, is you send your resume to the Nab That Job in Australia! Consultants, who analyse your background and through consultation with you, paint an accurate picture of your skills and experience, as well as what your ideal role is – what you will be looking for in Australia.  Normally clients will already have had their resumes and cover letters professional converted into  a competitive Australian format (which is what Nab That Job in Australia! highly recommends before purchasing this Tailored Job Search Strategy), so this consulting part will have already been accomplished.


The document is split into two sections – Mainstream Job Search Strategy, focusing on those job search channels that the majority of job seekers access.  This will include job search websites specific to your industry, as well as reputable specialised recruitment agencies.


The list of reputable recruitment agencies that will be prepared, will be specific for your industry, and instructions on how to approach recruitment agencies will be included – a touchy area, when it comes to finding job sponsorship in Australia.   You will receive an honest account of how recruitment agencies operate in Australia, and instructions on how to best approach recruitment agencies and use them to your advantage.  They are not always your enemy, even though sometimes it seems as though they don’t want to help you!


The second half of the document, and the main part, focuses on the Hidden Job Market Strategy for finding employment and job sponsorship in Australia.  This section includes full instructions on how to tap into the hidden job market for your industry, including how to access and expand your networks, and how to use social networking to your advantage.  Your hidden job market job search strategy will then move into “back-door entry” into organisations in your industry.


For this section of the document, the Australian Emigration Job Search Consultants at Nab That Job in Australia! will do research on Australian companies, particularly in the areas of Australia you are interested in.  Their findings will be recorded on the document, with a summary of the company, their website information, contact details and the best way to approach each individual company.


Next, the Australian Emigration Job Search Strategist will access their own resources to establish any personal contacts they have in your industry, and record these contacts on the document.


Finally, the document finishes with Final Tips and Recommendations, specific to your background and your industry in Australia.

You can see how powerful this new service will be to your job search in Australia!  You will be unstoppable finding job sponsorship in Australia if you take the time and investment to prepare a high-impact, competitive resume and cover letter, and then have an Australian Job Search Strategy specifically tailored for you that you can follow and apply to your job search!


During the first couple of months of the launch of this service, you can access your very own Tailored Australian Job Search Strategy for at a discounted rate.  We feel these rates are extremely reasonable for this service, given the amount of energy and time that is required to put the Australian job search strategy together.  Hurry though, as the current price will soon be raised to a fee that is more reflective of the work involved.

Further, to launch the new Tailored Australian Job Search Strategy, if you decide to have your resume professionally rewritten so that you will be more competitive when applying for jobs in Australia, and you want to combine the resume service with the Tailored Australian Job Search Strategy, you will receive a tailored professionally written Australian Cover Letter for FREE!  The ultimate package for finding job sponsorship in Australia! 

To take advantage of this discounted package, or to order your own Tailored Australian Job Search Strategy and put yourself ahead of your competition, click here now!

Tips For Job Interview - How To Know You're Doing Well

Posted on November 24, 2009 at 8:42 PM Comments comments (2)

A client of mine, Renee Bugden, who has been going for interviews in Australia recently, requested some consulting around 'how you know you are doing well in an interview' - something a lot of people ask, and something that can be very tricky to tell when it is you being interviewed.  Sometimes it feels like the interview went really well - only to find out that you were unsuccessful for the job.  Other times you feel the interview did not go so well, or you just weren't sure what they thought of you - and then you receive a phone call with a job offer! 

Renee took her questions and my answers and turned it into a helpful article to share with you all, with tips for job interview Australia, to help you with your job search in Australia.  Hopefully it will clear up some of your questions and help you to get a better picture of how your interviews went.

Renee has titled the interview "How You Know You're Doing Well in an Interview", and she has counted down from 10 to 1, with the number 1 tip being the one that is most likely to give away whether you are being considered for the next stage of the interview process.  Great job, Renee!

How You Know You're Doing Well in a Job Interview


10. Interview Goes Over Time

Depending on the type of work and your position, an interview should last between fifteen minutes to an hour. A casual retail position would expect an interview about twenty minutes; a senior manager for a large firm could expect an hour or more. If you’ve been there for longer than expected, you’re doing well!


9. A Connection with the Interviewer

If the interviewer likes you, you’ll see signs such as smiles, lots of note taking, they’ll look you in the eye, questions about likes and personality.


8. They Invite You to Meet Other Team Members

Chances are, they like you already and they’re just seeing how you'll get along with the rest of the team.


7. A Tour of the Working Environment

You see where you’d be working, where the staff room is and other important locations. Sometimes though, this is a standard procedure.


6. Confirm Your Referees

The interviewer will ask about your referees, if they’re available and willing to be called. This means they want to know more about you.


5. It’s All About You

If the interviewer wants to know all about you, then they are interested. Talking about the position and not you means they're just killing time until their next interview.


4. They’ll Tell You

Some interviewers will tell you straight away if you’re on the shortlist. This doesn’t mean you will definitely get the job; but you’ve made it to the next level.


3. Practical Demonstration

This mostly applies to careers in IT. The interviewer gives you an assignment to work out with an appointment at a later date to present your work. For example, a software developer may be asked to write a program. This ensures a second interview… which is always a good sign.


2. Company Information

When an interviewer talks about company uniforms, procedures and other staff-related issues, they’re seeing if you'll accept the conditions. Some interviewers do this with everyone; others only to the best applicants. Usually though, the more info they provide, the better your chance.


1. Considering Other Roles

This is the big one! If the interviewer asks about other roles, they’re really asking how much time they have to hire you.  Play hard to get; tell them you have two other call backs (second or third interviews) or that you were offered a position but haven’t taken it yet. This means they definitely want you on their team!


If you want to say to hello to  Renee, or ask her any questions, you can do so by signing in to the the Australian migration forum . Renee is also a Copy Writer, with Diamond Copywriting.

If you have any topics that you would like covered or discussed, or have an article you would like to submit to be published on Nab That Job in Australia!, please contact us.

South African, Asian and Canadian Resumes Most Different From Australian Resumes

Posted on November 18, 2009 at 7:13 PM Comments comments (0)

Did you know that South African, Asian and Canadian resumes are the most different from Australian resumes?

This conclusion has come from a 1 1/2 year study conducted by Nab That Job in Australia!  Job seekers from South Africa and Asia in particular, tend to have the most difficulty finding employment in Australia, due to the format of their resume being so different from the expectations of Australian employer.

The main areas where resumes of South Africans, Asians and Canadians let them down when applying for jobs in Australia are set out below.

South African Resumes tend to have the following issues, in comparison to Australian resumes:

  • Unsophisticated formatting, meaning the information is not presented in an effective manner
  • Too much irrelevant information, such as Identification Numbers, personal and family information and detailed information about secondary education
  • Not enough detail on the relevant information - such as work experience and achievements

Asian Resumes, including Japan, China, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Hong Kong and other Asian countries;  tend to have the following issues in comparison to Australian resumes:

  • Photograph included on the resume - this can be a disadvantage in Australia
  • Too much irrelevant information, such as religion and family information
  • Statement and date at the end of the resume
  • Detailed results of qualifications - unnecessary unless requested by the employer

Canadian Resumes tend to have the following issues, in comparison to Australian resumes:

  • Too short - one page resumes may be suitable for Canada, however they do not include enough information for what Australian employers require
  • Not enough detail on the relevant information - such as work experience and achievements

When applying for jobs in Australia, you have to remember that you are competiting against Australian residents, who are trained in providing what the Australian employer expects.  If you do not take the time and effort to research what is expected when applying for jobs in Australia, you may not be very effective or successful in securing employment, or even just getting an interview.

If you have not already had a FREE assessment of your current resume, I recommend that you find out how competitive your resume is now, by clicking here.

If you find you are feeling unconfident after completing the Nab That Job in Australia! resume assessment, please feel free to forward your resume to our Australian Emigration Job Search Strategist, for a more thorough assessment with recommendations and no obligation quote.

Are You a Dentist Looking to Find a Job and Emigrate to Australia?

Posted on November 18, 2009 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (10)

We have great news for Dentists wishing to find a job and emigrate to Australia!

Are you a graduate from a Dental program in Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, South Africa, Singapore or the US?  Then you may be eligible to participate in the Public Sector Dental Workforce Scheme (PSDWS).

Under this new scheme, PSDWS, those eligible will be granted exemption from the Australian Dental Council (ADC) Preliminary Examination, and a form of "restricted registration" that means that you can practise Dentistry in the public sector in Australia, for a period of up to three years.

The PSDWS requires the participants of the scheme to sit the ADC Final Clinical Examination within that three year period.

Isn't that exciting news?

This means that if you are a Dentist from one of the countries listed above, you may be able to emigrate to Australia much quicker and easier, and only worry about the exams down the track.

Once you have completed your exams, you then have the option of working in the private sector in Australia as a Dentist.

Further - normally the State or Territory that you are practising Dentistry in in Australia, is responsible for carrying the fee involved in sitting the Final Clinical Examination with ADC in Australia.  So you are likely to not have to pay the fee of sitting the Australian Dental Council exams!

Accredited Dental Undergraduates From the Following Universities, are Eligible for Participating in the Private Sector Dental Workforce Scheme in Australia:


Dalhousie University

Laval University

McGill University

University of Alberta

University of British Columbia

University of Manitoba

University of Montreal

University of Saskatchewan

University of Toronto

University of Western Ontario

Hong Kong

University of Hong Kong


National University of Ireland

University of Dublin


National university of Malaysia

University of Malaya


National University of Singapore

South Africa

Medical University of Southern Africa (Medunsa)

University of Western Cape

University of Pretoria

University of Stellenbosch

University of Witwatersrand

United Kingdom

University of Belfast

University of Birmingham

University of Bristol

University of Dundee

University of Durham

University of Edinburgh

University of Glasgow

University of Leeds

University of Liverpool

University of London

University of Manchester

University of Newcastle- Upon-Tyne

University of St Andrews

University of Sheffield

University of Wales

The Universities of Durham, Edinburgh and St Andrews no longer have undergraduate dental schools.

The University of Wales College of Medicine and Cardiff University merged in 2004 under the title Cardiff University.

United States

University of Alabama

A.T.Still University of Health Sciences, Arizona

Loma Linda University

University of California at Los Angeles

University of Southern California

University of California at San Francisco

University of the Pacific

University of Colorado

University of Connecticut

Howard University of Dentistry

Nova Southeastern University

University of Florida

Medical College of Georgia

University of Iowa

Southern Illinois University

University of Illinois at Chicago

Indiana University

University of Kentucky

University of Louisville

Louisiana State University

Boston University

Harvard University

Tufts University

University of Maryland Baltimore

University of Michigan

University of Detroit

University of Minnesota

University of Missouri-Kansas City

University of Mississippi

University of North Carolina

University of Nebraska

Creighton University

University of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

State University of New York at Buffalo

Columbia University

New York University

State University of New York at Stony Brook

Case Western Reserve University

Ohio State University

University of Oklahoma

Oregon Health and Science University

Temple University

University of Pennsylvania

University of Pittsburgh

University of Puerto Rico

Medical University of South Carolina

University of Tennessee

Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry

Baylor College of Dentistry Component of Texas

University of Texas Health Science – Houston

University of Texas Health Science – San Antonio

Virginia Commonwealth University

University of Washington

Marquette University

West Virginia University

If you have at least two years post graduate experience behind you and would like to apply for a Dental position in Public Sector in Australia (PSDWS), send your resume / CV now, by clicking here.

For more information on available positions and current Dental salaries in Australia, click here.

NB - if you are an experienced dentist who is interested in working in the private sector in Australia, we can only assist you to find employment in Australia once you have completed your Australian Dental Council (ADC) exams and your OET (if you are from a non-English speaking country).  We can assist you with your migration to Australia through our specialised Australian Migration Services.  Click here to learn more.

GP / Doctors and Dental Jobs in Australia - Apply Here!

Posted on November 12, 2009 at 6:46 PM Comments comments (5)

Are you a Dentist or GP / Doctor looking for Dental jobs in Australia or Australian Doctors jobs?  Look no further, because we can set you up with a Dental or Doctor Job in Australia.

Nab That Job in Australia! works with a recruitment partner who specialises in medical recruitment for Australia, in particular, Dental jobs, Doctors jobs, and the full realm of specialist medical professions.

We require Dentists and GPs / Doctors to work in various regions of Australia, from the major cities, to suburbs and rural areas.  There are also opportunities within both the Private and Public sectors.

There are various options available for  Dental and Doctor / GP jobs in Australia, from Permanent to Flexible Fixed Term Contracts.  All vacancies offer attractive salaries and working conditions.

According to and, Dentists and Doctors in Australia should expect a salary of between AU$60,000 (at the start of your career) and AU$184,000 (for highly experienced medical professionals) per year.  You may expect to earn even more than this ify ou have 20 years or more experience as a Dentist. or Doctor

We will work together with you from start to finish with your applications for Dental and/or Doctors jobs in Australia.

If you have made the decision that you would like to emigrate to Australia, and now all you need is to find a Dental or Doctor job in Australia so you can start your new life, submit your CV by clicking on one of the picture options below:


                             Dental Jobs Australia                                     Australia Doctors Jobs

How to Improve Your IELTS (English) Score

Posted on November 11, 2009 at 11:02 PM Comments comments (7)

With many of my clients and visitors to this website originating from non-English speaking countries, quite often what lets them down on the points score for emigrating to Australia can be their English skills, or their IELTS score.

My advice to people who have not scored highly on their IELTS is to not give up.  Just because your score is not very high, doesn't mean it never will be.  It just means that it is an area that requires your focus.

I have done some research on the subject, and according to an IELTS specialist, less than 10% of candidates receive the IELTS score that they require.

Luckily for you, Nab That Job in Australia! have just partnered up with an organisation who have operated in schools for over 8 years, specialising in preparing and teaching students the IELTS test.

What our new IELTS partners can offer you, is an Online IELTS Preparation Course.  As you may know, the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a test of English language proficiency. Over 1.2 million candidates take the test each year.

Our course is designed to prepare you to maximise your IELTS score in writing, speaking, listening and reading. Our course includes our special "IELTS Pointers to Success" - proven tips to help you maximise your score. Don't take the IELTS test without taking our course!

NB - The fee includes 3 months unlimited access and teacher support - an extremely valuable resource!

According to our IELTS partner, "Having a good level of English language does not guarantee you a top score in the IELTS examination".  However, this Online IELTS Preparation Course has the capability of increasing your IELTS score by at least one band!

The information you will learn is focussed more on how to take the test, rather than on language development, thereby putting you ahead of many other students.

To increase your IELTS score, click here.


How to Find Sponsored Jobs in Australia

Posted on November 6, 2009 at 7:04 PM Comments comments (31)

I decided to blog this post after receiving the question: "how do I find a sponsored job in Australia?", on a regular basis from clients and visitors to Nab That Job in Australia!.

Finding an Australian employer to sponsor you is the trickiest part  for emigrating to Australia.  I have a few recommendations, which are all listed out in detail in my free eGuide, "Mission: Find a Job in Australia", which you can download here.


Do Your Research. You will not often find Australian employers advertising that they are looking for someone to sponsor from overseas.  The main reason being,if there is someone with the required skillset in Australia, it is easier for the Australian employer to offer a job to someone who is already established in Australia and can start work  immediately - in comparison with employing a foreign national and going through the sponsorship process, the cost involved and the time delay for the sponsored individual to commence employment in Australia.    


You are also unlikely to find an Australian employer to sponsor you through the use of a recruitment agency,unless that recruitment agency specifically mentions in their job advertisement that the Australian employer is willing to sponsor the right candidate.


My advice: search out companies in Australia whom you would like to work for. In general, larger companies in Australia are more likely to sponsor people from overseas than the smaller companies, however you should not strike out the smaller companies because some are still willing to sponsore the right person.  Wikipedia provides a list of Australian companies.  You can also research the Yahoo Companies Directory to find companies in Australia to approach for sponsorship.  The advantage of Yahoo is that they have categorised the companies for you to make it easier to find what kind of company you are looking for.


Search out global companies who are based in both your home country and in Australia, and find out whether they offer transfer opportunties - usually global companies do.  Even though it might mean working in your home country for a period before an opportunity arises in Australia, it is worth it in the long run, if it means you can emigrate to Australia through that company.


Keep a list of the companies that interest you, and contact them all. I recommend phoning to speak to the manager of the department you would like to work in.  If that fails, speak with the Human Resources department.  Find out whether they are a company who are willing to sponsor someone from another country with the right skillset.  Find out how often they destroy applications /resumes / CVs as well - most companies in Australia hang on to applications for 3-6 months, so to be safe, you should follow up your applications every three months.  Keep a record of all of the dates you apply for jobs and speak with the company, for ease of keeping on top of your Australian job applications.


Plan a trip to Australia. Once you have quite a healthy list of companies you would like to work for (no list is too long), and have applied and spoken to all of them, you should plan a trip to Australia where you can meet with each of the employers.  If you are unable to set an appointment with every employer, make a plan to visit the company anyway, dropping off your updated resume, and try to get in front of either the department manager, or a Human Resources Manager.


If you are able to, when you visit Australia, line up some volunteering work for some organisations in Australia.  Companies that are most likely to accept volunteers are charitable and non-profit organisations. Approach them and set it up before arriving in Australia so you can build it into your plan for your trip to Australia.  Also ensure that you are volunteering in the area of your profession.  It will be to your advantage if you have experience working in Australia when you are looking for a sponsor, even if it is volunteer employment. has a comprehensive listing of non-profit organisations in Australia by state / region / city or town.


Build your networks. Use social media, join industry groups, make friends in all the right places and put yourself out there.  Use your networks and use other people's networks - especially if you already know people in Australia.  The more you put yourself out there, the more success you will have in finding an Australian employer who is willing to sponsor you.


Are there any courses or further education in Australia in your industry you can enroll in?  If you can get a student visa and go to Australia to study, you are normally entitled to a certain amount of hours per week that you can work.  This is an awesome opportunityfor you to network, get your foot in the door and gain valuable Australian experience and qualifications.


Prepare your marketing materials for success.  Do your research to ensure that you will be competitive in the Australian job market - that means ensuring your resume / CV is in a successful Australian format, and ensuring you have a high-impact cover letter that will entice the Australian employer to review your resume / CV.  You can do a free assessment of your resume to find out how successful you will be applying for jobs in Australia, and what you can do to improve your current resume, here.  There are also free Australian cover letter writing tips here.


If you are serious about increasing your chances of finding an employer sponsor in Australia, you should consider having your resume professionally rewritten specifically for the Australian job market.  Nab That Job in Australia! is the only Australian Emigration Job Search Strategist who works specifically with overseas nationals to increase their chance of finding an employer sponsor in Australia.  The rates of their Australian resume / CV and Australian cover letter writing services are very reasonable and competive, with the option of writing your own resume / CV with the guidance of the eWorkbook, "Australian Resumes: Secrets Revealed".  This eWorkbook is available for only AU$22.50, and includes ten free tried and tested high-impact Australian resume / CV templates; as well as a key Job Contacts List for Australia.


If you feel more comfortable having an Australian Emigration Job Search professional to rewrite your resume to a successful Australian CV template, then you can expect to pay between AU$90 and AU$245,depending on your number of years work experience; and between AU$35 and AU$65 for the Australian cover letter writing services.  To find out how much your resume would cost to be rewritten, visit Australian Job Search Assistance.


Remember: an estimated 75% of jobs in Australia are not advertised, and are found in the Australian 'hidden job market'.  It is essentialto your success that you access this enormous resource of job opportunities in Australia.


I hope you have found this information useful.  My suggestion is for you to access the free eGuide, "Mission: Find a Job in Australia" so you can start prerparing your Australian Job Search Strategy, and increase your likelihood of finding a sponsored job in Australia.

Good luck finding sponsored employment in Australia!



Nadine Myers

Australian Emigration Job Search Strategist

Nab That Job in Australia!


Based in the UK and Want to Study in Australia?

Posted on November 5, 2009 at 10:40 AM Comments comments (0)

Have you been thinking about studying or re-training in Australia?  Or are you just looking for some excuse to be able to move to Australia?

Well aren't you lucky, because representatives from Australian colleges are coming to you!  Not only that, but you will also get to meet and chat with migration agents and other experts who will be helping you to make this dream a reality!

What you can expect on the day:

  • Free information sessions on options for studying in Australia;
  • One-on-one consultations with Australian experts;
  • Information on living and studying in Australia;
  • Information on the visa application process;
  • How to stay on in Australia after you have finished your course of study; and
  • All about moving 'down under' to study!

This is an opportunity for you to move to ideallic Australia and study while everyone else is suffering in the recession.  As a bonus, you can gain a qualification, trade or profession in Australia; and possibly have the option of staying on in Australia after you've finished!

This could be the answer for emigrating to Australia if you had given up all hope!  There are hundreds of courses available, and I recommend that if you are even the slightest bit interested, that you should head along to the Study in Australia Roadshow, or you may miss a very exciting opportunity to emigrate to Australia.

This event is run by Study Options, which is the UK's leading education agency, and you will need to register now to be able to attend.

The dates and locations are as follows:

  • Edinburgh - November 10th, 3pm - 8pm, at Royal British Hotel on Princes St
  • Manchester - November 11th, 3pm - 8pm at Ramada Jarvis in Portland St
  • London - November 12th, 2pm - 8pm at Cumberland Hotel at Great Cumberland Place

If you want to travel Australia, learn a profession, emigrate to Australia, or just need a change; make sure you register at so you don't miss out!

To find out more about findng jobs in Australia, visit

Work to Travel Australia

Posted on November 1, 2009 at 3:16 PM Comments comments (1)

Are you eligible for the Australian Working Holiday Visa?  Are you wanting to travel around Australia picking up odd jobs as you go along?  Are you desperate to explore what Australia has to offer but do not have the money to do it for a lengthy period of time?

Then it is time that you became acquainted with Work to Travel!, is a website that is designed specifically for you.  As you visit the website, you will notice the clean lines, the warm and welcoming colour scheme and the ease of navigation.

As aptly described on Work to Travel's homepage, "Work to Travel is an online job search for backpackers, travellers, international students and those looking for short term, part time, seasonal and casual jobs in Australia."

Work to Travel's FREE registration offers job seekers the ability to:

  • Apply for jobs and receive regular emails with newly listed jobs to keep you up to date;
  • Browse Work to Travel's selection of jobs at your leisure, and plan your working holiday adventure; and
  • Instantly apply for Australian jobs online, saving you time and money.

Work to Travel also offers job seekers the choice of posting a "Work Wanted" advert, at a minimal charge, so that Australian employers can approach YOU for work.

You can follow Work to Travel on Twitter, and also Facebook, where new job vacancies are posted as and when they are available. 

Visit Work to Travel now, and secure that first job in Australia, to start your new adventures!

Before you apply for any job in Australia, Nab That Job in Australia! recommends doing the Quick Free Resume/CV Assessment to ensure that you are marketing yourself effectively when applying for jobs in Australia.

To find out whether you qualify for the Working Holiday Visa in Australia, visit .

Free Migration Open Day in Newcastle, Bristol and Edinburgh

Posted on October 22, 2009 at 1:38 AM Comments comments (13)

Thinking of moving to Australia?

Halo Financial is inviting you to one of the following FREE Migration Open Days in Newcastle, Edinburgh and Bristol:

• Newcastle: 24 October

• Edinburgh: 25 October

• Bristol: 22 November

The State Governments of South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia, supported by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), are hosting free Migration Open Days for people who are 44 years old or younger and have skills and qualifications in the following occupation areas:

• Doctors

• Nurses

• Allied Health Professionals

• Engineers

• Information Technology Professionals

The Open Day is your chance to meet with government officials and attend a series of seminars that will be on offer throughout the day.

Service providers from the banking, removals, currency exchange and pension transfer sectors will also be available to discuss personalised migration requirements.

This is an invite only event and you must register at the website below. Successful candidates will be emailed directly with venue details and further joining information.

Due to the high demand for places we regret that we can only invite those people who are eligible to migrate.

For more information and to register, click here

To prepare your resume for Australian job applications, click here.

To learn about Nab That Job in Australia"s successful Australian Job Search Strategy, click here.