Getting a Job Sponsorship in Australia and Finding Work

Job Sponsorships

You're hiredWhether it is possible for you to get a job sponsorship or not in Australia is largely dependent upon your skills and qualifications.

I am quoting the Department of Immigration & Border Control (DIBP) from the page on their website specifically about the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS)…….

Who is this visa for?

“This visa is for Australian employers who want to sponsor highly skilled workers for a permanent visa to work in their business. The employees can be either:

  • highly skilled workers from overseas
  • highly skilled temporary residents currently in Australia.

So, before you can even think about the possibility of getting a job sponsorship, you will need to have a skill and qualifications to match, so your first task is to take a look to see if your skill is on one of these skills lists.

Update: as at 19 April 2017, the Australian Government made significant changes to the skills lists, namely the:

  • Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) replaced the previous ‘Skilled Occupation List’ (SOL)
  • Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) replaced the previous ‘Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List’ (CSOL)

Please visit the government’s website for more information.

The government’s skills lists

The following page contains a new combined listing of all eligible skills as well as the ANZSCO code and the assessing authorities.

(This link may change, if it no longer gives the information I suggest it does, please let me know in the comments so I can update it.)

Once on that page, you should see a paragraph about halfway down that starts with “A current list of eligible skilled occupations…” and ends with a link to a “Combined current list of eligible skilled occupations.”

Assuming your skill is on one of those lists, how do you then set about getting sponsored? Here are a few ideas:

  • Get yourself a professionally prepared Australian resume.
  • Not all vacancies are publicly advertised, so do some research on Australian companies that might be able to make use of your specific skill. Send them your professional resume direct.
  • Follow up with a telephone call to see if they have received it and at the same time, ask if sponsoring applicants from abroad is something their company would be likely to do.
  • If the company says yes, we would sponsor from abroad, but we have no vacancies at present, ask if you can stay in touch. If they say yes, contact them every three months.
  • Over time, you’ll build a network of people who you know in your trade. This increases your chances of something turning up.
  • Finally, if you get the chance to come out to Australia, line up meetings with these people if you can.

Working Holiday Visas

But if you are young and you qualify for a working holiday visa, you can visit Australia for 12 months (extendable to 24 months under certain conditions) and work. What better way to build on that networking?

Visit: Working Holiday for up to date information from the Australian Government, or my own WHV page for further details.

Of course, there’s also nothing to stop you searching for vacancies online and I have listed the best places to do that further below.

FAQ’s About Getting a Job or Finding Work

I get asked lots of questions about work here in Australia, some questions I get asked again and again. People usually tell me a little bit about their skills, qualifications and what it is they do, and then ask:

  • Will I get a job in Australia?
  • Would I get a sponsorship in Australia?
  • How much money will I earn in Australia?
  • Which city should I go to for the best opportunities for what I do?

So, what are the answers?

Will I get a job in Australia?

This is pretty much the same as the question “Would I get a sponsorship in Australia?” It’s a tough one, impossible to answer.

Nobody can really tell you whether or not you’d get a job in Australia, ultimately that’s down to you to impress a potential employer at an interview, whether that be face-to-face or by Skype or telephone. So it is an impossible question to answer.

It is true to say though that some skills are in more demand here than others, and on that basis if you have a skill that is highly desired in Australia, you would appear to have a better chance. I couldn’t tell you what that chance is though, I simply don’t keep up to date all the latest shortages on any of the skills lists.

I’ve already provided a link to those lists earlier in this article, so you can check for yourself to see if your skill is there. But even if your skill is on one of those lists, there is still no guarantee that you will find a job here.

I really do recommend those who have concerns in this area to talk with a MARA registered migration agent or a recruitment Specialist. My Visa Assessment Service does include a full skills lists search for those looking to come here on any of the General Skilled Migration visas.

How much money can I earn in Australia?

Good question.

If you want to know how much money you might earn here in Australia, that’s actually quite straightforward, please visit the following Australian Government’s website:

Simply search for your skill in their database and find out a huge amount of information, including average weekly earnings.

Which city should I go to for the best opportunities for what I do?

That only leaves one more question to answer, and that’s which city might be best for you given the skill you have. Again, impossible for me to answer, but I would suggest you search any or all of the below recommended online employment agencies for what you do, and simply see which cities or states come up with the most opportunities for what it is that you do.

Search for Jobs in Australia

Here are four of the top online employment sites in Australia, please click on the links to search for jobs:

More useful links:

For your professional Australian resume, I recommend The Resume Centre

The Resume Centre

Important: Please read before commenting…


And for those looking for professional assistance…

Visa Assessment Service
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  • James October 20, 2018, 7:57 am |

    Hi Bob

    Am James, from Kenya. Am experienced in hot and cold refueling to Military and civilian aircrafts. Previously I have worked in Kandahar Afghanistan in USA Military Base and currently working in Kabul Afghanistan, in a NATO base as an aircraft refueler. Am looking for more greener pastures. If you can help me get a job in Canada, I will appreciate so much. Thank you

  • Evans September 27, 2018, 1:00 am |

    Am looking for a heavy track drivers job

  • Akila Nisal Weerasinghe September 25, 2018, 3:27 pm |

    Im looking for electrician job in australia.

  • Wiswajith kumar September 25, 2018, 1:30 am |

    Looking for havy vihicale driver job

  • Wiswajith kumar September 25, 2018, 1:28 am |

    Loking for job hevy vihical driver

  • Sara September 23, 2018, 5:49 am |

    Hi Bob, I’m bachelor of arts in economics (department for accounting and finances), from Serbia, currently working as bank teller in local bank, have less than 2 years experience in total. Can you tell me please do I have a chance to apply for job in Au and get visa, in banking/finance/accounting sector regarding the fact I do not have years and years of working experience?

  • Jothi August 14, 2018, 6:18 pm |

    Hi, my husband and I are Singaporeans and we are seeking out for TSS visa opportunities. He has 8 years experience as a Safety Coordinator in the construction industry. I would like to know how can I look for employer or employment agencies for such opportunities? Please kindly guide. Thank you.

  • Prasadeni July 18, 2018, 4:19 pm |

    I am 40 years old registered nurse with 14 year experience.I would like to work in AUS on my I”m working at government children hospital colombo sri lanka. Have you any offers reply to me…

  • arash omidvar July 14, 2018, 9:01 pm |

    im arash omidvar. im from iran. my dream is living in Australia
    CEO, project manager and procurement officer.
    i waana someone help or support me the i can come to Australia.

  • Zahid July 14, 2018, 8:54 pm |

    Hi Bob,
    I am in Australia on 457 visa and my wife is in Pakistan. If I want want to bring family as subsequent entrants, then
    – Will I have to apply on 457 or TSS visa?
    – Will wife have to apply visa using immiAccount or I will have to apply the visa

    Thanks in advance,

    • BobinOz July 16, 2018, 7:06 pm |

      I don’t know, you would need to speak to your migration agent or case officer about that.

  • Siddhrajsinh July 14, 2018, 4:44 pm |

    Dear sir,
    Looking for a job in Darwin-Australia. I have 10 years of experience in export/import/customs clearance/shipping/logistic field in India. Is there any possibility to get job in these field over there.

  • Kasivisvanathan Rathinam July 7, 2018, 10:30 pm |

    Hi bob i am from malaysia 52 years old fit and healthy i been in Perth Australia in year 2016 but i overstay for 1 month i have experience in farm job now i am looking for sponsorship job in Perth could you help me how to find sponsor job in Australia need your advice thank you

  • Joseph Galakpai Mulbah June 23, 2018, 11:51 pm |

    Sir/Madam, I am Joseph from Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa, age 50. I am a professional Driver seeking sponsorship from a company in Australia to work and live in Australia. I have worked more than 10 years with international institutions in my country, Liberia as a professional Driver and I have obtained several Certificates and a Diploma to my credit in the field of driving.

  • nelson wong June 6, 2018, 6:08 pm |

    hi can i ask how to get sponsorship and get work in australia

  • Bernie Page May 24, 2018, 12:57 am |

    Hi Bob I live in Australia .
    I have Indian friend trying get a sponcor for work in Australia in Hospitality .. he has worked under Agent in Johore Malaysia as he is Indian from Punjabi, and he needs to give part of his wages ,
    To him .
    Sukhi contract is finished In August but can’t find sponcor he has sign up again with Agent for I think another 5 years. Sukhi
    he is amazing guy .
    But lives as a pesant which is sad for me to see him living like that .
    I would love to have sponcor Sukhi but my husband won’t agree ..
    I met Sukhi when we were on holiday to Johor working at the Resort ! I found him helpful kind very happy guy and we have become friends , I so want have easier life for Sukhi he works 12 hour shifts and usually over time 1 day off on Wednesday no life. For young 27
    I told Sukhi to try get Sponcor in Australia
    ?? He has no idea how to do this ?! if you could help he would be very greatful xx b

    • Aftab Singh June 2, 2018, 5:23 am |

      Hey Bernir, I recently got my 489 subclass visa for south Australia based on my Civil Engineering background. Can u suggest me as to how I can get to work in Adelaide in my field?
      It will be of a great help.
      Waiting for reply.

  • Omar May 14, 2018, 4:00 am |

    Hi Bob,

    I currently work within the museum/heritage sector in London. I was wondering if applying for a job outside of Australia, could realistically lead to securing a permanent role? Or,
    does one have to be based within Australia, to have a more reliable chance of securing permanent work?

    I am not looking to apply for a working holiday visa, as I would like to secure a permanent role, so thought that I’d get in touch. Any information much appreciated. Thank you.

    Best wishes,


    • BobinOz May 14, 2018, 7:02 pm |

      Most people say that it is significantly more difficult to secure a job from outside of Australia as compared to actually being here. Even people who have moved here and already have a visa allowing them to work in Australia have suggested it’s still difficult to find work as a new arrival, because many Australian employers want to hire people with ‘Australian experience’.

      That said, I suppose it’s worth having a go, especially if you think what you do would be in high demand with perhaps a shortage of people here with the skills to do the job.

      • Omar May 23, 2018, 8:33 pm |

        Hi Bob,

        Thank you for the information.

        I understand that it can be quite a task, landing a job within ones own given sector when going for a move to Australia, however, hoping for the best!

        Kind wishes,


  • Kemi March 29, 2018, 8:35 pm |

    Mr Bob. Pls am at cross road. Am an agricultural scientists. I av 489 visa for Tasmania and south Australia, but don’t know which to go for cos I av neither lived dir before, based on experience and job prospect, where will u recommend

    • BobinOz April 2, 2018, 6:26 pm |

      I would definitely go to whichever state you think would give you the best chance of finding a job, because it is often the case that new migrants struggle to get employment when they get here.

      You can research jobs via the links here.

  • Mahmoud March 16, 2018, 10:25 am |

    I’m a Nigerian seeking a job in Australia, i have national diploma in English language education and i’m also in for any Labor jobs. looking for any sponsor job in any in any respective company. I am a very hard working person and i will do a very good job worth my sponsorship

  • Joud February 18, 2018, 4:54 pm |

    Hi Bob & everyone,
    I’m a Syrian architect, 33 years old and have about 10 years practical experience as an architect. I applied -my self- to AACA for provisional skills assessment, but got rejected, then I appealed hiring a MARA agent and got rejected again. So, my agent advised me to apply for the occupation “civil drafts person”.
    My question is: is there any connection between the occupation that you were approved for to be granted a visa and the work that you will do in the future in Australia?
    My MARA agent tells that there is NO connection, since the job owner/ companies/ firms will look for your practical experience and skills!!, but really I’m confused, how to proof that I’m an architect for any company in Australia while I have no certification from any Australian authority proofs that I’m an architect? or simply I will never get a job as an architect at all!


    • BobinOz February 19, 2018, 5:20 pm |

      I have no idea, but if you have concerns, I would get a second opinion from a different MARA agent, making sure also that the agent is registered with MARA.

  • shadi alloush February 12, 2018, 9:06 pm |

    Hi Bob
    I am Shadi Alloush from Syria Arab Republic ,thank you for all your notes . I am 37 years old(married) my university degree is English literature I dream to get job in Australia But without sponsorship it’s impossible. I am working at car factory now in planning dep( claim department) .
    please tell me how can I get job in Australia and how can I find sponsorship?.
    Thank you
    Shadi Alloush

  • Jonathan February 10, 2018, 3:49 am |

    Hi Bob,
    I am based in the UK and have been offered a job by an Australian based company. They are willing to sponsor my 457/new TSS visa, since they could not find anyone else suitable in the Australian labour market for this highly skiled role. However, they want me out there working sooner than the 457 could be granted (8-12 months?). They are proposing I get a working holiday visa, start working for them up to the max of 6 months and whilst I’m out there start applying for the TSS visa, since this could be granted quicker from inside the country, but the TSS also needs to include my partner, who wouldn’t be able to come on a working holiday visa. However I am concerned that this is not the proper (legal?) way of getting over to Oz in the short term. Is there a risk I could be refused entry at the border if they don’t believe I am going in on the right entry visa, and affect my chances of getting the TSS? What is the best way to go about starting work as soon as possible with this company, they will need me to be in Australia periodically whilst the TSS is being processed but is this even allowed e.g. on an e-visa for business visitor activities? This is all very complex! Hopefully there might be another solution to just waiting for however long the TSS takes to be granted to get over to Oz…
    Thanks for your help!

    • BobinOz February 12, 2018, 4:35 pm |

      Yes, it is complicated, and that’s why you should speak to a MARA registered migration agent about your situation. They are the only people who can correctly advise you on this and hopefully the company you are speaking to will have a MARA agent working on their behalf on this.

      If they do, that’s who you need to speak to.

  • khushboo January 24, 2018, 7:29 pm |

    I am international student studying bachelor of design(architecture) at Deakin uni. I would like know how can I get pr on bachelor degree. As my degree is not accredited until I do masters in architecture. Can I assess my degree with another occupation?? I mean to say if I can get assessment under architecture draftsperson ?
    And then apply for pr
    Is there any possibility of getting pr without skill select?? If I get 65 points without skill May I eligible for pr or not??

  • Priyan January 18, 2018, 10:30 pm |

    Hi Mr.Bob,I am from Sri Lanka and wish to apply for Australia migration with NT state sponsorship. I have completed Engineering diploma in Mech.Eng and have being working since 10 years as a Mechanical engineer. I completed BTech.Eng (hons) in mechanical in 2017. [4 year; full time; distance mode]. I wish to migrate Australia NT under 489 visa category as a Mechanical Engineer. But I don’t have post qualification if consider my degree but have per-qualification acquired after completing my engineering diploma. My experience doesn’t count towards points. [Age -25, IELTS-10, Degree-15, state sponsorship- 10].
    My Q is, is there a possibility to apply for NT state nominationship with my per-qualification?
    Appreciate your feedback here.

  • igwe okoro Michael January 12, 2018, 8:32 am |

    am hardworking start and intelligence honest and God fearing person am dark in completion

  • yashaswini December 30, 2017, 8:05 pm |

    Hi ,
    I am from india and having 457 work permit visa.I am looking for job in melbourne.I have completed my M COM( masters in commerce) and doing PHD in HRM(Human resource management) .I am not able to get jobs in Melbourne. Can you please help in getting job.

  • Alexandra December 26, 2017, 8:54 am |

    Hi Bob, I just came across your page and I’m thankful to find some real advice here. I’m Aleksandra, 23 years old Bulgarian and I’d love to move for work and holiday to Melbourne. My perfect plan would be around 6months. However, I did some research and I found out that my passport/nationality is not entitled to get any kind of work related visa, unless I get a sponsorship. I have experience in hotel and restaurant work but no other specific skills developed in my cv (yet!). I’d really love to get some aussi experience but I’m a bit confused whether a sponsorship would be an option for me at all as having in mind the short time I want to stay. Any advice how can I get there? Thanks in advance:)

    All the best, Alex

    • BobinOz January 2, 2018, 5:03 pm |

      As my two important notices at the foot of the above article explain, you need to speak to a MARA registered migration agent about your options. Good luck, Bob

    • CM January 23, 2018, 4:47 am |

      Did you find the sponsorship yet?

      • Kaliba January 24, 2018, 2:21 am |

        Iam still looking for one but if you do have please let me know
        Am an experienced barista and ice cream maker

        • CM January 24, 2018, 6:35 am |

          Where are you now exactly?

          • Kaliba January 24, 2018, 4:23 pm |

            Am currently finishing my contract in Hargeisa Somaliland and would like to work in Australia for a better life
            Currently a barista at cafe Barbera Hargeisa

  • md julhas shikder December 24, 2017, 10:43 pm |

    I am electrician

  • Wojtek December 15, 2017, 9:28 am |

    Hi Bob
    I dont know if you remember, I did wrote a few times on your website about half a year ago regarding a HUGE move me and the Family were making. So, we are here, enjoying the absolute glamour that the sunshine coast has to offer us, and most importantly, the kids 🙂
    Bob, I am writing in regards to a different matter. A good friend of mine from back in Poland, who is running a sports centre (where they lead various courses which give trainer qualifications), is very interested in opening such a centre here in Australia (where he will be employing Australians).
    I was waiting for information from a friend whi said he would find something out, but unfortunately, he didnt get any information. What do you recommend? Does he wrote to the immigratuion office? Or maybe a MARA agent? He can talk to an agent without any issues, he is just interested in getting as much information as possible regarding the possibilities he would have to start a business here.
    Thanks Bob,
    Woj 🙂

    • BobinOz December 15, 2017, 4:53 pm |

      Yes, I remember you, glad to hear you are now on the Sunshine Coast and loving it.

      As for your friend, I think he really does need to talk to a MARA migration agent, probably with a view of inquiring about a business visa. For that reason, he should select a MARA agent who has good experience with these kinds of visas as they are more complicated than most.

      I believe your friend will need to prove he has run a successful business which may even need to meet certain financial criteria. That’s why he should speak to a specialist MARA agent as they will know what this criteria is.

      Hope that helps, Bob

      • Wojtek January 15, 2018, 12:02 pm |

        Hi Bob. As always, thank you. Yes, you did help. That is what I thought, that a MARA agent would be the best option. As we all know, wether its a Mara agent, a sports coach or a mechanic – there are the good ones and there are the etter ones with better experience and knowledge. Do you maybe have any sort of contact to a MARA agent you could recommend? I did recall you once having info on your page regarding an agent who was somehow working with people thru your webpage? Do you have any sort of contact to him (email if you prefer) 🙂

        Thanks once again Bob

        • BobinOz January 18, 2018, 4:27 pm |

          Hi Wojtek, yes, I do have a MARA agent working with me, I’ll have a word with him to see if this is something he can look at. I am actually away on holiday at the moment, but I will try and get hold of him at some point and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

          As I said before though, I think you may need a specialist MARA agent and if that’s the case, I’ll ask my agent if he knows anyone he can recommend.

          • BobinOz January 22, 2018, 5:59 pm |

            Hi Woj

            Okay, I have spoken to my MARA agent about this, here is the best way to proceed. Ask your friend to email me direct, details are on my Contact Me page, and I will send him a couple of forms that have been provided to me by my agent, the business skills fact sheet and the business points test.

            These are just fact sheets that he can look at to see if he meets the basic criteria. If he thinks he does, then his next step would be to purchase a visa assessment and once he has completed and returned it to my agent they can set up a Skype call to take it further.

            I will leave it with you.

            • Woj January 27, 2018, 9:22 am |

              Bob, once again thank you for all of your help and apologoes for my belated replies. As you would have remembered, for a family with kids moving to a new country, things are all over the place timewise 🙂
              I am passing on this information to my friend and he will be looking through it and contacting the agent directly. As we write now, I have only yesterday by chance found out that friend we have had contact with here (also from Poland) have had unfortunately contact with a dodgy agent. And from what I hear – dodgy with a capital D. Apparantly he files for the wrong visa and filled out everything as wrong as it could have been done. They have now got some serious complications, so I will be passing on these contact details to them. Maybe he can help them out somehow or assist with info for them, what path they need to take to sort this mess out.
              Bob, once again. Thank you.
              p.s. I am not here very often, but if you get some ppl from Poland, then surely pass them on my email details and they can email me directly. The reason Poland is because they will surely have questions as to what the differences there are between the two countries. If I would be able to help out with info than I surely will.
              Thanks mate. And BTW – late one day, but Happy Straya day to all!! 🙂

              • BobinOz January 29, 2018, 7:47 pm |

                Okay, thanks for the offer, if I get anyone from Poland who needs specific help I will refer them to you.

                As for your friends who need visa assistance, can you get them to email me first? I have the forms here that are required by your friend for his potential business visa application and I would need to see exactly what has happened with this dodgy agent before we can decide whether it is worth my MARA agent having a second look. My agent does get quite busy at times, so I try to take the load off him whenever I can.

                Details of how they can contact me are in my previous comment to you here. Cheers, Bob

                • arash omidvar July 14, 2018, 9:20 pm |

                  hi bob
                  would you tell me how can i contact with you please?

                  • BobinOz July 16, 2018, 7:07 pm |

                    There is no point in contacting me direct, I am not able to help anybody individually. Good luck though, Bob

  • shirleen ashilta December 14, 2017, 8:49 pm |

    Hi iam shirleen. Iam from fiji. My work details here is that iam a electronic data processing administor. Here working hours are long and pay very’s a humble request, can I go to Australia and work for at least a year to earn money and can support my family afterwards.

  • Simeon December 13, 2017, 5:12 pm |

    Hi, please am from Nigeria and am an M. H. E operator. Material Handling Equipment operator, I don’t know what visa exactly to apply for visa sponsorship to work in Australia. I think I need here please, I operate countabalance forklift, Reach truck forklift, sky Jack also known as cherry picker and scissors lift. I look forward for your reply sir.

  • Michelle Johansen December 13, 2017, 4:39 pm |

    I was denied my 2nd year visa after working 6 months as a traffic controller in Darwin (Where everyone that works as a traffic controller only works there to get the 2nd year visa – and they all got it, except me)

    I then appealed it – and they took forever to make a decision on it, and I had left the country. The appeal went through and they decided that my application could be looked over again by immigration – by then I had left the country and was told to withdraw my application – which I then did.

    Will I be able to apply for my 2nd year visa again ? I feel like it was unfair that they denied me – saying that traffic control does not count towards the 2nd year visa – which is true if you do it in any other state but NT. All my friends applied at the same time as me and all got theirs granted except me (We had the same dates and everything on the application – all that was different was our name). If the answer is yes, I then want to go through an immigration-agent to make sure everything is done right.

  • Jagan Mohan December 9, 2017, 3:12 am |

    Hi Bob,
    Glad to have a mentor like you and I really found this website very informative. It’s a very good initiative for expats. A brief Intro about me and my family. I am Jagan from UAE . I am a seasoned Project /Program Manager in banking and IT applications domain working in PMO- Banking- IT. I am the primary applicant and have received invite to apply for State nominated Visa (489) for South Australia.
    My wife is working as Adjunct Faculty in a UAE based college in Business and Accounting and a PHD holder and currently pursuing Post Graduate certificate in higher education along with her part time teaching. I have a daughter in Grade 10; will be going to Grade 11 in Apr 2018.
    Like all expats, having a few queries listed below.
    1. How is the IT Job market in Adelaide, for IT manager and project managers and Business Analysts?
    2. How is the teaching jobs for grade 11 and undergraduate courses in accounting and business?
    3. For my daughter, who would be going to grade 11 in Apr 2018, is there any CBSE schools or alternates?
    Request your guidance on the above. Hoping to process the VISA soon.

    • BobinOz December 11, 2017, 8:51 pm |

      Well, I’m probably not as good a mentor as you hoped I was, because I just don’t know the full specifics of the job market in Adelaide. It might be worth asking these kinds of questions on my page about Adelaide, maybe a local will help out.

      If you read the comments already made on that page though, you will see that most people think jobs are really hard to come by in Adelaide, and that’s all jobs. It’s even more difficult for newly arrived migrants as well, because many people say it’s who you know not what you know.

      Perhaps somebody local on that page can help you out about the schools as well.

      Good luck, Bob

      • namubiru noaline July 17, 2018, 9:10 am |

        Aquarium m seeking for a job as an house assistant

  • Carlito A. Realon November 29, 2017, 12:17 am |

    I am Carlito Amarante Realon from Laguna Philippines, Graduate Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Management, I have also TESDA certificate Bread and Pastry Production NC II, and units of Master degree. I am looking sponsorship to work in Australia. I been working for four years as Marketing Assistant and Elementary Teacher. I am hard working , flexible kind person.

  • Trince November 18, 2017, 1:26 pm |

    Hi……I am trince from indonesian I Need someone to sponsor me because my parents can’t able to school me but really want study like others people

  • Shanuka October 29, 2017, 8:10 am |

    Hi. I am shanuka. I am frome sri lanka.22 years. Young guy. I konw hotel saide all working. How to apply

  • Manpreet October 28, 2017, 5:59 pm |

    I am 25 years i completed of commerce) in 2015 and working with a company from last three years as an accountant .Can i get sponsor visa in Australia?

    • jeff November 13, 2017, 11:08 pm |

      yes you can .contact me in mail o

      • BobinOz November 14, 2017, 8:29 pm |

        And if you do contact Jeff Manpreet, and he gets around to asking you for money in order to arrange your sponsorship, or anything, as we used to say in the 70s back in UK, run like billy-o.

  • Adam October 12, 2017, 1:00 pm |

    Even I have been waiting for the invitation since 9 months. For NSW, it is quite difficult to get with 60 points. Currently I have 55 points.
    Edu: 15
    Age 30
    English 10
    What do you suggest me to do next?

  • Agu obioha Vincent October 7, 2017, 2:13 pm |

    I’m obioha Agu from Nigeria I’m 33yrs old I’m looking for a sponsor in Australia who can help me to get working permit visa, I’m egaer to work anywhere l can drive ,I’m computer literate , l can also work as car wash boy. I can pay for my flight ticket in as much d visa can be send to me . via my email – contact +2348089128321

  • Agu obioha Vincent October 7, 2017, 2:05 pm |

    I’m obioha Agu from Nigeria I’m 33yrs old I’m looking for a sponsor in Australia who help to working permit in permit I’m egaer to work anywhere l can drive ,I’m computer literate , l can also work as car wash boy . contact +2348089128321.

  • Santhosh Paul October 5, 2017, 3:34 pm |

    Am Santhosh Paul from India ,i have diploma in mechanical engineering ,and have 2 years experience in mechanical field. I am searching for a job in Australia , how can I get sponsored , am also ready to go in general work ,sails boy etc…

  • Amarsingh October 2, 2017, 6:25 pm |

    Sir may visit tour sir visa Parobalam
    Response sand visit handal
    15. Days

  • Damcho Gyeltshen September 30, 2017, 6:45 pm |

    I am from Bhutan. I have graduated from Royal Thimphu College where I have adopted bachelor of Commerce in Finance as my Major for the four-year degree. I have a light vehicle and Taxi licence where I can drive all type light vehicles. So kindly intimate me if I am eligible for any job under the sponsorship scheme.

  • oyediran oyebode olumide September 24, 2017, 6:32 am |

    I am a electronic technologist in a state polytechnic in Nigeria, i would like to work any where in Australia. how can i get a job and work permit to enter Australia?

  • ishan fernondo September 23, 2017, 2:08 am |

    hi,I am from sri lanka and I am chef(commis 1).i have 5 yrs expirence in the hotel field.I am 29yrs old.I like to work Australia.can i find a sponsor.if any one to sponsor me plz contact my email you

  • Salom Minar August 30, 2017, 12:44 pm |

    I am a RN from Papua New Guinea seeking sponsored nursing Jos in Australia. Please write and reply to my email. Kind regards.

    Salom Minar

  • Supun Madhushanka August 29, 2017, 11:45 am |

    Hi,I am from sri Lanka and I completed diploma in mechatronic technology and electrical and electronic technology.I am 25 yrs old.can i find a job in Australia.Can i find a sponsor.If any one like to sponsor me plz contact my

  • Prasad August 27, 2017, 3:32 am |

    Hi .. I am sri lankan. My job is sticker cuting and disaining vihecal . I have 20 years experiance. I like come from australia.i am 37 years old.

  • Daniel . K August 26, 2017, 9:27 am |

    Am 47 yrs old and a qualified civil structural engineer, can I get sponsored to Australia.
    An from Nigeria.

  • Bulk Mat Man August 25, 2017, 4:52 pm |

    Hey bob, i think its key for people to remember what industry is big in each state/city. for eg WA is great for mining and engineering.

  • Abel A Gwaro August 21, 2017, 10:55 pm |

    Am in Kenya, I want to work as a garden boy in Australia, can I get search, and how?

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