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Old Apr 12th 2010, 11:36 am
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hey guys ..

thinking about moving to OZ in the next few months , as a network engineer , i thought it would be usefull if we can share experiences about jobs and employment and whatever concerns us...

cheers ...
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Old Apr 12th 2010, 10:01 pm
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hey guys ..

thinking about moving to OZ in the next few months , as a network engineer , i thought it would be usefull if we can share experiences about jobs and employment and whatever concerns us...

cheers ...
What kind of networks?

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Old Apr 13th 2010, 1:32 am
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Count me in..

Do you work Cisco?
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Old Apr 13th 2010, 1:44 am
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hey guys ..

thinking about moving to OZ in the next few months , as a network engineer , i thought it would be usefull if we can share experiences about jobs and employment and whatever concerns us...

cheers ...
What kind of network - 330kV, 220kV or maybe something higher?
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What would you like to know?

Basiclly things are pretty much the same as in the UK job wise, all your trade certifications like microsoft, cisco will still be valid in aus and are what employers look for, unfortunately they dont count as qualifications for visa purposes.
Which really makes no sense
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Old Apr 13th 2010, 4:23 am
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What kind of network - 330kV, 220kV or maybe something higher?
EHV bloody Power engineer; haha
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Rail Networks?
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Old Apr 13th 2010, 12:33 pm
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seems like there are many kinds of networks around .. ...
im talking mainly about the Telecommunications networks , related to mobile networks and data networks ... where different technologies like IP, MPLS , Ethernet , ... etc would be utilized ... so it would be considered as Information Technology ...
and no it is not Rail Networks , and for anybody who might think it is not "Network of Friends " ...

Myslef , i am a Network Engineer for 5 years now , working mainly with Cisco and Juniper products .. i have got many certificates in this career (CCNA, CCIP,JNCIA-M/T,JNCIS-M/T,JNCIP-M/T) and some other certificates that are not that common ...
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Originally Posted by asamird View Post
hey guys ..

thinking about moving to OZ in the next few months , as a network engineer , i thought it would be usefull if we can share experiences about jobs and employment and whatever concerns us...

cheers ...
What network work are you interested in?
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Old May 2nd 2010, 8:11 am
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seems like there are many kinds of networks around .. ...
im talking mainly about the Telecommunications networks , related to mobile networks and data networks ... where different technologies like IP, MPLS , Ethernet , ... etc would be utilized ... so it would be considered as Information Technology ...
and no it is not Rail Networks , and for anybody who might think it is not "Network of Friends " ...

Myslef , i am a Network Engineer for 5 years now , working mainly with Cisco and Juniper products .. i have got many certificates in this career (CCNA, CCIP,JNCIA-M/T,JNCIS-M/T,JNCIP-M/T) and some other certificates that are not that common ...
so a geek thread then
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Old May 2nd 2010, 8:15 am
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so a geek thread then
yeah ..geek it is ..
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Old May 2nd 2010, 9:55 am
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haha, rail network engineers... I work in the same building as cisco in sydney...they steal my allocated parking space the whole time
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Old May 2nd 2010, 10:30 am
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haha, rail network engineers... I work in the same building as cisco in sydney...they steal my allocated parking space the whole time
LoooL,,, this is how " Networking" should be ...
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Old May 2nd 2010, 10:33 am
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seems like there are many kinds of networks around .. ...
im talking mainly about the Telecommunications networks , related to mobile networks and data networks ... where different technologies like IP, MPLS , Ethernet , ... etc would be utilized ... so it would be considered as Information Technology ...
and no it is not Rail Networks , and for anybody who might think it is not "Network of Friends " ...

Myslef , i am a Network Engineer for 5 years now , working mainly with Cisco and Juniper products .. i have got many certificates in this career (CCNA, CCIP,JNCIA-M/T,JNCIS-M/T,JNCIP-M/T) and some other certificates that are not that common ...
Hi asamird and All,

Did you come across any recruitment agencies that are specialized in Telecom/Datacom career in Australia?
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Old May 2nd 2010, 12:55 pm
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Originally Posted by A.I.Hassan View Post
Hi asamird and All,

Did you come across any recruitment agencies that are specialized in Telecom/Datacom career in Australia?
Hi AIHassan;
i ve come through those :


1.Reed Specialist Recruitment
2.Finite IT Recruitment Solutions
3.Talent International
4.Randstad
5 Hays
6.Finrecruit - Financial Services IT Recruitment

and try also www.seek.com.au , it offers bunch of jobs in all fields ..

cheers;

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