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  1. Currently looking for a climber and a team leader in Melbourne. Good candidates could be offered 457 visas to extend there stay with the view to permenant residency. Good starting salaries available. If you’re interested then you could forward me a copy of your CV. Tom https://travstrees.com.au/ info@travstrees.com.au
  2. Tree Amigos Victoria are looking for climbers interested in coming to Australia. We are located in Melbourne's northern suburbs. If anybody is interested or knows somebody who knows somebody please contact us at alex@treeamigosvictoria.com.au
  3. Hi all, Looking for some good advice in getting forestry/ground work in New Zealand starting around September if possible? Not fussy about where I'm based as I've been before to play rugby and it's all good! Currently work for a firewood firm at supervisor level of which I do all the felling myself so I'm very used to hard work. Looking into forwarding/harvester but training costs are astronomical in the UK! Got my CS30,31,32,38, UA1 and emergency first aid. Will hopefully have UA2.1 & 5, CS39, pruning and chipper tickets by September (money permitting!) Would it be best to sort a job first or just go out with a visa? Any work/visa advice no matter how big or small would be really useful. Cheers
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  5. Hi all, Looking for some good advice in getting forestry/ground work in New Zealand starting around September if possible? Not fussy about where I'm based as I've been before to play rugby and it's all good! Currently work for a firewood firm at supervisor level of which I do all the felling myself so I'm very used to hard work. Looking into forwarding/harvester but training costs are astronomical in the UK! Got my CS30,31,32,38, UA1 and emergency first aid. Will hopefully have UA2.1 & 5, CS39, pruning and chipper tickets by September (money permitting!) Any work/visa advice no matter how big or small would be useful. Cheers
  6. Hi, What do I have to do to work abroad??? After seeing some of the EU last September I decided I really wanted to work/live there for a little while, (or however long they wanna keep me). So I planted some seeds and a guy responded a few months later, last week, and asked if I'd still be interested in the job. I could smell Sweden earlier this week when the employer I was talking to bailed on bringing me over. He said the paperwork would be too much work... After he'd mentioned getting that sorted after I arrived. I have over 4 years of climbing, rigging, and chainsaw experience and I'm not a douchebag when it comes to working in a team. I have a CV and I'm very willing and able to pay my way to and from an opportunity abroad. Besides some money and a good work ethic, what else do I need to make it across the pond?

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