Nab That Job in Australia!



Assistance For South Africans Migrating to Australia

Posted on July 28, 2010 at 11:59 AM

Hoe gaan dit, South Africa!  We are very excited to be coming to you in August 2010!


If you are a South African who is looking to migrate to Australia, or perhaps you are already in the process of migrating - Nab That Job in Australia is here to help you!


Throughout August, Ms Myers, Managing Director for Nab That Job in Australia!, will be available to you in South Africa to answer whatever questions you have, and support you in your dream to migrate to Australia.


Ms Myers' specific expertise is in the job search field in Australia, and for years has been assisting overseas migrants to land their ideal job in Australia.  Through specific job search strategies and modern job search techniques, Ms Myers gives her clients the edge when applying for jobs in Australia, especially when employer sponsorship is required.


Nab That Job in Australia! has had great success assisting clients to find sponsorship in Australia, as well as assisting those who already have PR, to receive a job offer so they can finally make their move to Australia.


With a high percentage of Nab That Job in Australia's clients being South African, it was easy for Ms Myers to make the decision to visit your beautiful country - one of her favourites, which she calls her "second home".


Ms Myers works very closely with Registered Australian Migration Agents, so has access to up to date information that you need for migrating to Australia.


If you are at the beginning stages of migrating to Australia, or perhaps you have been researching your dream of migrating to Australis for some time - whatever you situation, we recommend that you make an appointment for a free consultation with Ms Myers whilst she is in South Africa.


To apply for an appointment with Ms Myers, Managing Director of Nab That Job in Australia!, send your CV now to, indicating your location in South Africa and your availability for a telephone or in-person consultation during August.


We look forward to hearing from you and assisting you further with your migration to Australia!

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Reply lydia
7:18 AM on March 29, 2011 
Hi there
I have been in Australia since 24th November 2010 and yet to find employment, I came over on a contirbutory parent visa, paid a lot of money for it, and have been unable to secure any work. I was a credit controller and have done almost everything with my previous employer, from P.A. to stores control, invoicing, data entry, credit control, stock takes, to relief switchboard, importing and export documentation, customer liasion etc etc everything administrative. I am willing to learn, if only I can be given the chance. I am have good communication skills, am loyal and enjoy working as part of a team.
Reply Alex
12:41 PM on April 4, 2011 
Very interesting. I wonder if you are interested in food jobs in australia or food jobs in south africa?
Reply Michelle Coetzer
5:02 AM on April 21, 2011 
I have been in Australia for 7 months now, and haven't been successful in securing employment, although I have a degree and many years experience.
Reply The Job Ware
6:12 AM on October 12, 2011 
Nice idea this will help other people to come over Aussie and work.smh
Reply Monika
6:52 AM on October 19, 2011 
Good day,

My husban and myself are contemplating on immigrating to Austrialia. I just need information regarding the following:

Plus Minus the amount of Dollars we will be earning (My husband has a BTech Digree in IT Communication Networks. And i have my secretarial matric and 3 years experrience in Admin.)
How much is the cost of living there. We would like to bring my almost 2 year old daughter there and hopefully have another son or daughter there.
How regularly do we get paid there, because I am hearing differnet stories.
How will we get there
What do we need to fill in
Is the job garaunteed (in other words if we get there, we won't be shown the hand and said no thanks?)

How does the whole process work?

And if you have any other information please include this.

Kind regards
Monika Nel
Reply john sukrin
3:12 AM on November 16, 2011 
My company is looking to qualified diesel/petrol motor vehicle mechanics in South Africa.
We are based in Melbourne Australia and are prepared to sponsor successful
Reply chantell
6:06 AM on January 16, 2012 
Hi there Nadia- I am currently in South-Africa in Kimberley and heard about you from your friend Lyndsey.Me and my boyfriend is looking for sponsored jobs in Australia. He is a qualified plumber and i am a Qualified hairdresser. Can you please help us. Kind regards Chantell Boshoff
Reply Clarissa van der Gryp
8:51 AM on January 16, 2012 
Halloooo My naam is Clarissa en eks 20 jaar oud op die oomblik werk ek in SA maar was vir die laaste jaar in Dubai ek is opsoek na werk in Australia maar hoe kan ek tewerke gaan as ek nie gekwalifiseer is nie?? Watse tipe werk kan ek kry??
Reply clement
6:52 AM on February 14, 2012 
hie my friend lives in south africa and would like to find out about truck driving jobs in australia. any information will be very helpful
Reply Merina
1:55 AM on February 17, 2012 

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Reply Ruan
4:48 AM on May 28, 2012 
Good day I am looking for a job in Australia I am a hard working 23 year old male.I started a electrical business last year.and things is not to well. please help me out to get a job.
Reply Etienne Grantham
6:34 AM on June 16, 2012 
I am a member of the South African Police with the rank of Warrant Officer and have 25 years service. My age is 47 and I have a diploma in Police Administration. I am engaged to get married. I have a son of 18 yrs of age and she has a daughter of 16 yrs old. I have a keen interest in Health/fitness and Sport coaching and training. i wish to seek work in Australia with the view of migration for me and my family. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Reply Jeff
6:15 PM on September 21, 2012 
There are so many job opportunities out there. You just need to want to work, not be lazy and look for the job that suits your skills. There are great resources to find application such as Get your job now
Reply Jeff
6:16 PM on September 21, 2012 
There are so many job opportunities out there. You just need to want to work, not be lazy and look for the job that suits your skills. There are great resources to find application such as Get your job now
Reply Robert
10:21 AM on October 29, 2012 
I have already decided to emigrate and relocate my family to Australia, due to our political circumstances in South Africa we are currently experiencing a total collapse of economy and non white employment crises. ( i do not mean this in a racist manner). I will appreciate any type of work available in Australia as i am both technically experienced and academically qualified and very experienced.
Reply colin
11:30 PM on December 4, 2012 

I am currently working for a reputed Automobile OEM in South Africa and would like to migrate to Australia.

Can someone guide me in this regard, would be highly appreciated.

Reply tim shooter
10:26 AM on December 14, 2012 
In the oil offshore business work all over the world but want to move to australia with my family can i still live in australia if i work in the offshore oil industry and just want to live there
Reply joann
12:23 PM on February 27, 2013 
Hi i have a african friend that is staying in malaysia and is looking to migrate to Australia i was hoping that you could tell me what has to be done for him to come here to Australia.
Reply Troy
1:49 PM on March 3, 2013 

Best to find a reputable immigration agent in South Africa to assist with the PR process. You sound as though you would be well qualified - Australia is screaming for skilled people.

Before you go though- and most immigration agents will not know this or explain it - you need to find out how to set yourself and your family up there first- financially.

Learn how to:
Have the Australian Tax Office pay you.
Establish a credit rating BEFORE you go - or pay CASH for everything for 18 months.
Get a TFN (tax file number)
Reply Ryan Marshall
9:54 PM on April 8, 2013 
Greetings, I'm a highly qualified plumber and want to emigrate to Australia to work and live with my Australian girlfriend, please give me some direction if this is possible.

Kind regards

Ryan Marshall