Check these websites for a job in Australia

Most of us Nepalese students eagerly want to join a job slightly after landing at Australian Airport. Not only us it’s most of the international students, backpackers, and other working visa holders wish to get a job, just after landing in this country. Because we have to cover all our expenses on our own here.

Check these websites for a job in Australia - NepaliPage
Cafes and Restaurants are major employers for newcomers and international students so don’t hesitate to ask if there is position vacant. Don’t forget to take a resume with you always while roaming around your locality.

Though, there are more than dozens Facebook pages, accounts, and groups in Australia claim themselves ‘they are active on Facebook to help newcomers and international students from Nepal’, rarely people get genuine job information (there is strong debate on it whether they are helping newcomers or just gaining attention to run their money transfer (HUNDI) business). Though these own community groups, networks and accounts are good sources to get a job in Australia but not reliable always. There is a huge gap between demand and supply of opportunities for community-based networking for jobs.

Read this: 125 websites to find a job in Australia

To get hired one should apply and try via job search websites as well as career section of corporate websites of big retailers, chains and brands such as Woolworths, Coles, Aldi, 7eleven etc. Sometimes it takes 2-3 weeks to get a call from these big employers but if you once get selected the job will go for a long time. So without wasting your time prepare an Australian standard resume and start applying for the position which best suits you. But make sure store or location for which you are applying should be in your locality, it increases chance to get hired.

  1. Coles, Target, Kmart, Bunnings, Office works (Click Here)
  2. WOW Careers (Click Here)
  3. Aldi (Click Here)
  4. 7Eleven (Click Here)
  5. David Jones (Click Here)
  6. Priceline Pharmacy (Click Here)
  7. Best & Less (Click Here)
  8. Big W (Click Here)
  9. McDonalds (Click Here)
  10. Hungry Jacks (Click Here)
  11. Oporto (Click Here)
  12. Nando’s (Click Here)
  13. KFC (Click Here)
  14. Starbucks (Click Here)
  15. Pizza Hut (Click Here)
  16. Domino’s (Click Here)
  17. Krispy Kreme (Click Here)
  18. Bakers Delight (Click Here)
  19. Toys “R”Us (Click Here)
  20. Red Rooster (Click Here)
  21. Sumo Salad (Click Here)
  22. SubWay (Click Here)
  23. Boost Juice (Click Here)
  24. Donut King, Brumby’s Bakery, Michel’s Patisserie, Gloria Jean’s, The Coffee Guy, Crust Gourmet Pizza (Click Here)
  25. Pie Face (Click Here)

Writer : Madan

Madan Mani holds Master’s Degree in Software Engineering from Federation University, Australia. Before landing Sydney, he was involved in Teaching and Journalism in Nepal also holds Master’s Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Tribhuvan University, Nepal.

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