Panel Beater- Inner West Sydney

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 November 2016 09:19 Written by Australian Immigration Visas Wednesday, 16 November 2016 09:19

The Company
Our client specialises in smash repair services of unrivalled quality for cars, trucks and buses for private owners, businesses, corporations and insurance companies.
Responsibilities
  • Stripping, fitting, painting or spraying, panel beating
• Spray painting duties may also be involved in this role
• Ensuring work is completed to a high quality standard at all times
• Dismantling and Reassembling of vehicles
• Strictly complying with Health & Safety policies and procedures
 Requirements
• Trade Qualified
• Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a  Body shop or Accident Repair Centre
• Broad knowledge of vehicle repair techniques
• Competence in all areas of body repair and on various types of vehicles
• Spray painting experience is also highly regarded
• Flexible work approach and good work ethic
• Strong commitment to completing assigned jobs and ensuring customer satisfaction
• Effective communication and excellent customer service skills
 How to Apply
If you think you have the above qualities, are looking for a new challenge, and believe you have what it takes to drive a team to succeed consistently, please forward your resume, along with a cover letter, by clicking on the apply button below.  Alternatively, you may email your application letter with resume to recruit@konnecting.com and quote reference #2388001 in the email subject.

  • Salary: $55000 – $60000
  • Location: New South Wales
  • Industry: Trades & Services
  • Position: Permanent

 

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Australian Immigration Visas Health Insurance Information – Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) or Temporary Work (Skilled) Visa (Subclass 457)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 July 2016 12:28 Written by Australian Immigration Visas Wednesday, 27 July 2016 12:28

https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Stud/More/Health-Insurance

“We encourage all prospective visitors and residents, whether temporary or permanent, to have adequate health insurance cover to meet their particular health needs while staying in Australia. Your health insurer can be in your home country or Australia, but if you are a student visa holder you must obtain health insurance from an Australian health insurance provider. The government’s Private Health website compares a range of insurance products so you can make an informed choice on which health cover works for you.”

“You must have adequate health insurance while in Australia. This is done by obtaining Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) which provides medical and hospital insurance in Australia. You must not arrive in Australia before your health insurance starts. If you are in Australia and do not have adequate health insurance, you are in breach of your visa conditions.”

“If you apply for certain temporary visa subclasses, for example a Temporary Work (skilled) subclass 457 or a Student visa you will be asked to provide evidence of adequate health insurance for the duration of your stay in Australia. More information on the health insurance requirement for temporary visa subclasses is available on the relevant visa page.”

For further information about Policies, Fees and to obtain Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) or Temporary Work (Skilled) Visa (Subclass 457) click on this website link:-

https://migrationalliance.bupa.com.au/?txtUsername=AustralianTrades&txtCorpID=OVChealth

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