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Old 21st January 2016, 09:58 AM
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Hi guys I am PG in in chemistry but I got 1st job as HR department in continuation of this now today I hv 15 yrs of experience in Admin /HR specialty in managing of SA 8000 international labor Compliance + Walt Disney n Wal-Mart Compliance and recruitment & selection also experienced in scheduling n managing training & development exercises and PMS task and looking after administrative part too in readymade garment export manufacturing company. I m good in MS office usage as well.

Apex Visa Mumbai (immigration service provider) which has offices in Canada Australia & new zeland describing these countries require experienced HR /admin Managers in range of salary US $ 55000 PA to 140000 PA depending on the employer .It seems to me highly lucrative.

Twist is here, what apex is saying they donít provide sponsor visa from employer. Permanent residence visa & other cost will hv to be borne by me but they will assist me settling over there & finding a job from their offices in these countries after receiving the visa payment. Its website is apexvisadotcom

Hence I want to know exact situation of employment in these 3 countries & average salary offered by companies to HR Admin Managers.

Pls help me out & suggest will this be wise decision to move first then search a job there???

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Jawahar From Mumbai India

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No person or company can promise or guarantee you a visa for New Zealand. Every individual must complete their details on an application form for a visa to enter New Zealand. you are allowed to specify an approved agent to assist you in the process, but as I said nobody can guarantee you a visa or a job.........I'd say it's a scam or you are confused as to their intentions ?

If you wish to understand about Admin Managers or HR Managers in New Zealand then www,google.co.nz is a good place to start and maybe Homepage :: Careers New Zealand

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thank a lot mr. escape
for valuable information i must say guidance..

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but i want to know prospects of jobs in newzeland for skilled indians

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but i want to know prospects of jobs in newzeland for skilled indians
Couldn't answer that question as I'm no expert.

Assuming you have the right qualifications, the right experience and the right attitude for the job and what the company with the vacancy is looking for then in my opinion your prospects would be good, but it is only my opinion which isn't worth a carrot
One big thing that NZ employers look for is NZ experience. It is worth a lot here and sometimes it means everything. Since you don't have any of it, it may be more difficult for you to get a job here ?

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rightly said friend
one personal questiion if you don't mind
you are from UK how did you find the job in newzeland

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rightly said friend
one personal questiion if you don't mind
you are from UK how did you find the job in newzeland
I secured the visa first and then started to apply for vacancies (from the UK) in my particular speciality. Didn't take long to get a couple of job offers.

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thank you very much dear escape
what were the sources you used for applying job in newzeland from UK please provide me few tips /genuine websites.
I know i am giving you trouble but i am in big need of help...
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what were the sources you used for applying job in newzeland from UK please provide me few tips /genuine websites.
I know i am giving you trouble but i am in big need of help...
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I used Jobs on SEEK - New Zealand's no.1 Employment, Career and Recruitment site and from there you can see which recruitment agent is advertising the vacancy so you can then go directly to their site as they may specialise in your industry. There are also jobs advertised on Buy online and sell with NZ's #1 auction & classifieds site | Trade Me and Job Search | one search. all jobs. Indeed
Majority of vacancies here are managed by recruitment agencies.
I also made a list of all the companies that I could work for due to my speciality then whittled down the list by removing companies where the office was in the South Island (didn't want to live South Island), then removed companies where the office would be in a n area of the North Island the family didn't want to live which left several companies - probably around 16 maybe ? I then researched all of the companies and whittled down the list further by removing companies that didn't fit my employer criteria. This left about 10 or 12 ?
I then registered on all of their online careers sites, uploaded a cv & covering letter or made an expression of interest, applied for any vacancies that suited and for the rest just posted a cv and covering letter to their personnel department.
I also signed up with a recruitment agent (for free) but was a waste of time so sacked them after 3 weeks or so and did it myself. I received 3 company interviews all for different companies in the Electricity Distribution, Transmission and Generation business. I was 2nd in line for the first company, however they offered it to a kiwi in the first instance who accepted so just missed out on that and then received job offers for the other two so had to sit down with the family and decide which job offer best suited us. Took around 4 months in total to get from all that research and sending cv's out to accepting one of the contracts.

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Dear Friend,
really grateful to you for sharing your experience
hope this will work for me too.

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