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Discussion in 'Potential Employees Seeking Work' started by KOBEL, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. KOBEL

    KOBEL Member

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    Hi i have recently discovered this forum . I am looking for work in Australia with a view to staying long term.I am a self trained mechanic with good writing,reading,communication and organizational skills.I have experience in diagnosing,troubleshooting,repairing and maintaining plant & equipment.I come from a civil eng. background and have Fetac 5 certification in 360 excavator operation as well as H.G.V license.I am married with two children and am 45.I am not familiar with the visa situation so would appreciate any help or advice on finding work or sponsorship.
    Thanks.