Transitioning your Job to Australia
As COVID-19 continues to impact global movement, preparing for your move to Australia can feel a bit daunting. So, together with Hays Globalink, we bring you some practical tips on how to transition your career to Australia and move forward with your relocation plans.
Upskill with Hays Thrive
Hays Thrive is a new online training platform and available completely free to all organisations. These engaging online courses and training sessions comprise of videos, quizzes and assessments. Find ways in which to prioritise your wellbeing, practice remote professional excellence and learn vital health and safety tips around COVID-19.
Not only are these courses perfect for honing your home-working practice, the skills you learn will help you prepare for future jobs and increase your working skillset.
Speak to a Specialist Recruiter
Hays Globalink is a dedicated team of Recruitment Specialists who are available to support you with your career transition to Australia. Based in London, they can assist professionals who have experience in the following sectors:
- Accountancy & Finance
- Construction & Property
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Marketing & Digital
- Office Support
Hays Globalink can help you better understand the Australian job market, providing advice on salary expectations and market guidelines. Depending on the demand in your field, Hays Globalink can arrange Sykpe interviews with employers prior to your arrival in Australia.
Making the time to contact Hays Globalink is a positive step towards your Australian job search, before you have even left the UK!
Utilise your LinkedIn Profile
Joining an Australian career forum on LinkedIn can put you in contact with employers and give you a general idea of the roles available. We recommend joining Hays Careers Forum – Moving to Australia, a LinkedIn group which provides the latest market insights, job information and advice for professionals looking to move to Australia.
We spoke to Diane Boyce from Hays Globalink about how they can assist candidates with opportunities in Australia. “Many employers remain active with speculative recruitment, working with us to proactively source the best talent for when the borders open up. Use this time to update your CV and Linked in profile, upskill on remote interviewing techniques and of course enjoy researching your chosen location in Australia.”
Prepare to Migrate
While migration plans may feel temporarily on hold, we hope we have inspired you to keep forging ahead towards your new life in Australia. Using a licensed migration agent to process your visa, and a specialist recruitment team to assist with your job search, you can be confident of staying fully informed throughout your relocation journey.