Boilermaker Jobs in Australia

In Australia, employers are looking to sponsor Irish Boilermakers and this is a priority for them.  Generally jobs in Australia are difficult to come by if you don’t have a visa to take you to Australia in the first place, but for Irish Boilermakers the Australian employers will sponsor you for an Australian visa as part of your job terms.

We have ongoing relationships with Australian employers and major Australian recruitment agencies with the realistic goal of obtaining sponsorship as well as a job offer for you.

If you are a Boilermaker, contact me now, there could be a Australia job opportunity for you.

 

 

8 Replies to “Boilermaker Jobs in Australia”

  1. Im from South Africa looking for a boilermaker job in Australia in the mining industry I have 4years mining experience.

    1. Hi Cameron,
      Your best bet for trying to find jobs is to subscribe to job alerts via a job website like indeed.com.au You can select the states/cities you are interest and job types. Weekly alerts are a good way to get an idea of what jobs are being offered in your field, and pay attention to the employers that keep posting jobs. Some employers specifically do not want to sponsor overseas workers on visa for Australia to work for them, others may not expressly state this in which case you could get in touch to ask if they are open to work visa sponsorship.

      All the best!

  2. To Whom It May Concern. Please would you consider me for a Boilermaker position at your company with a 457 sponsorship? I want to immigrate to Australia and I am looking for a reputable company in any Area of Australia that requires someone with my skills and who is willing to assist us to move to Australia. This would be highly appreciated. Regards Gert Van Jaarsveld

    1. Hi Gert,

      Thank you for contacting The Immigration Agency regarding your visa options to Australia.

      We specialise in assessing and obtaining visas for clients and not with looking for work.

      The first step is to fill out Initial Assessment Form which can be found on the contact page on the site: https://theimmigrationagency.com/contact/
      Once you have filled that out and organised payment for the asessment, we will then call and email you to arrange a suitable time for you to have a consultation with our Migration Agent, Mege Dalton.
      You can either have either an in person consultation in our office in Dublin, or alternatively over the phone or by Skype.
      We hope to hear from you soon.

  3. Hi Mege i have send on my C.V to you and am looking for Employer sponsor working visa. I am a Metal Fabricator/Welder – (Boilermaker)

    YOUR SINCERLY

    PAUL COOKE

  4. HI i was wondering would there be any chance of starting an apprenticeship over there as im thinking of going over in January?
    Thanks

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