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I currently looking to get a working holiday visa in Australia (specifically Brisbane) and just need a few tips on how to go about looking for work etc. its all a bit confusing

I have a level 3 extended diploma in arboriculture and if you can count training over 2 years I have experience there along with roughly 6 months working with my current employer.

The nptc tickets I have are:

CS30, CS31, CS38, CS39, Chipper, Pole Pruner, Mewp, Rigging, Stump grinder

 

Just need a bit of a push in the right direction as its all very overwhelming but something that i'm extremely keen on getting the ball rolling.

Trying to reach out to any employers out there in aus who are reading this or anyone who is employed there!

Any help is greatly appreciated!

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If you want to work in Australia the best thing to do is get out here and start looking for a job, it's pretty easy to find work, I was employed within a week. Try not to arrive in the middle of summer, you will struggle with the heat. Get your visa sorted then book a flight.

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I currently looking to get a working holiday visa in Australia (specifically Brisbane) and just need a few tips on how to go about looking for work etc. its all a bit confusing

I have a level 3 extended diploma in arboriculture and if you can count training over 2 years I have experience there along with roughly 6 months working with my current employer.

The nptc tickets I have are:

CS30, CS31, CS38, CS39, Chipper, Pole Pruner, Mewp, Rigging, Stump grinder

 

Just need a bit of a push in the right direction as its all very overwhelming but something that i'm extremely keen on getting the ball rolling.

Trying to reach out to any employers out there in aus who are reading this or anyone who is employed there!

Any help is greatly appreciated!

theres Facebook pages for tree work in each state, get yourself on there and you will have a job in no time, like the others said just come over then start looking.

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While searching on Google by keywords "Tree Removal Services", "Tree Lopping", "Tree Management", you can get lists of many relevant businesses always looking for qualified arborist. Search for contact email and drop your CV with accurate cover letter.

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