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Your next career move could take you to Australia

 

 

 

 

Is your next chapter based down under?


 

Wanting to take your career further in a country where there is more space, more sun and has great standard of living?

Then Australia could be the place for you. With over 200 occupations featuring on short and medium term skills shortage lists (including engineering, life sciences, transport and design & manufacture jobs), this could be your best chance to make the dream move happen. 

Although there are many opportunities available here in Australia, immigration policies are strict, with success rates for sponsorship and work visa applications made without the assistance of a Migration Expert significantly declining in recent years due to failure to meet stringent requirements.

So, do your research and be prepared for potentially complex and time-consuming sponsorship/visa processes along the way. The good news is that we can help point you in the right direction as you begin your research, as well as providing expert visa assistance from Prime Migration Specialists, an established migration law firm with whom we have recently teamed up. If proven to be eligible and with your visa application in good hands, we can then support you to find that job you have been dreaming of.

 

Benefits of working down under


 

WARM CLIMATE

ECONOMIC STABILITY

GREAT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

EXCELLENT HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

MULTICULTURAL NATION

TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES

HIGH STANDARD OF LIVING

Australia Fast Facts

 

  • Australia has a younger population than the UK. In 2020, it is forecasted that the average age of the population will be 37.9 years, compared to the UK which will be 40.8 years. 

  • The population density of Australia is 3.14 people per square kilometre, which is vastly fewer compared to the United Kingdom, which has 277 people per square kilometre. 
      
  • Average salaries offered in Australia are generally higher than in the UK, depending on location.

  • Following the global shutdown due to Coronavirus, much of Australia is gradually reopening in an attempt to carefully balance public health with economic imperatives. Despite dire economic forecasts reverberating around the world, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) hopes that the economy will grow by 7% in the 12 months to June 2021. Even with strong growth it is not expected to be the size it was at the end of 2019 until March 2022 as the RBA expects it to contract by around 10 per cent over the first half of 2020.

  • Industries expected to grow in 2020 include Health Supplies, Manufacturing, IT for Education, Remote Work and Social Platforms, Cleaning and Delivery Services. 

Our RHL Australia Team
Some of RHL's best recruiters, based in Sydney.


Paul Surridge
Managing Director

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Ilse Surridge
Business Support Exec

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Basic Eligibility:


 

The Working Holiday visa (subclass 417) is a visa for young people who want to work in Australia for up to a year

Subclass 417 - Applicants must be 18 to 30 years old (inclusive) 

Subclass 417 allows visa holders to apply for a second year working holiday visa

Subclass 462 is the same as Sublass 417 however holders cannot apply for a second working holiday year visa

Subclass 462 - Applicants must be 18 to 30 years old (inclusive) except for Canadian and Irish citizens up to 35 (inclusive).

Temporary Skill shortage (Visa subclass 482) is granted to skilled workers in occupations with skills shortages

Must have a passport from an eligible country

Must not be accompanied by dependent children

 

 

RHL has helped these UK residents find work in Australia


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Paul has been fantastic in helping me find a suitable role. Helping through-out the Immigration process.  I would highly recommend him to anyone else looking to relocate to Australia. 

Stephen Emery
Senior Design Engineer
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Paul has twice secured me roles - once in London and the second halfway round the world when I had the good fortune to cross paths with him again! I would highly recommend him.

Chris Hanton
Mechanical Engineer
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Paul found a role that suited my experience and was a new challenge. Paul was attentive to my situation, as I was finding work in Australia from the UK. Thank you Paul!

Andrew Graham
Mechanical Design Engineer

Prime Migration Specialists are here to help you


 

In a highly complex and specialised industry, Prime Migration Specialists provide professional migration advice and assistance in relation to all temporary and permanent Australian Visa Applications, Australian Citizenship Applications and Administrative Appeals Tribunal Applications.

As a qualified lawyer of the Supreme Court and High Court of Australia, and with experience of over a decade, Senior Migrator Lawyer Ruth Chai- Njino has been helping Australian businesses and overseas skilled workers meet stringent requirements for Australian Work Visa and Sponsorship applications.

Following her own company’s motto of “Let us help you make Australia your home”, Ruth emigrated to the country in 2007.

If you are interested in making the move down under, then Prime Migration Specialists can help support you and advise you on whether you will be successful in your application.