Each year the Canadian Government offers opportunities to young Canadian university students or recent graduates to fill contract positions in various government agencies. The High Commission of Canada in Australia is seeking a candidate who is interested in obtaining work experience in international affairs, government relations, trade policy/market access, public diplomacy or in other areas where there is a specific requirement.
The position will provide the successful applicant with an opportunity to be involved in an area of government to government affairs and to gain a general understanding of Canada-Australia relations.
The successful applicant will be mainly involved in the promotion of the Canadian food industry through assisting in the facilitation of Canada’s involvement at the Fine Food Australia trade show, being held in Melbourne, 10th to 13th September 2018.
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Working Holiday Emergency Job Pool - Consulate General of Canada in Sydney
The Consulate General of Canada in Sydney, Australia, is seeking candidates for an emergency/casual staff job pool who are Canadian citizens with Australian Working Holiday visas.
This pool of qualified candidates may be called in to work with various sections to fill short term temporary assignments as needs arise.
Please note: There is no guarantee that the Consulate will hire from the pool, however, the intent is to streamline processes should suitable opportunities become available.
Candidates who have lodged a working holiday visa application for Australia but are still in Canada or overseas are also welcome to apply. Please indicate on your cover letter your expected date of arrival in Australia.
So you’ve decided you want to come to Australia for a working holiday? Well mate there’s a few things you should know before you head down under.
Watch this short video and familiarize yourself with your workplace rights.
While every interview you attend will take its own unique direction, you can often predict the type of questions you’ll be asked. For that reason, it’s a great idea to prepare yourself beforehand by thinking about how to answer some common interview questions. Check out the great article from Hudson about the 5 most common interview questions!
Do you want to live and work in Australia? The High Commission of Canada in Canberra is hiring an Academic Relations and Public Affairs Contractor.
Vous voulez travailler et vivre en Australie? Le Haut-Commissariat du Canada recrute un contractuel Relations académiques et Relations publiques.
Applications are due January 8th 2018.
Les candidatures doivent nous parvenir avant le 8 Janvier 2018.
When working in Australia it is important to abide by the state regulations designed to keep you safe in the workplace. Check out Safe Work Australia, an Australian Federal Government website with information about Workplace Health and Safety compliance as well as safety regulations specific to different topics (such as chemicals and hazardous materials)
2017 TAX SEMINARS IN AUSTRALIA:
Tax Planning For Canadian Expatriates
Monday, November 13 (Sydney)
Wednesday, November 15 (Melbourne)
The seminars will focus on the following topics:
Please register here and indicate the event (city and time) you are interested in attending.
Monday, November 13, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: Hilton Hotel Sydney, Level 1, 488 George Street
Wednesday,November 15, 2017
Times: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: RACV Club, Bourke Room, Level 2, 501 Bourke Street
DimitriosZaravinos, B.Comm (Hons.), CICA In-depth, Trowbridge Professional Corporation.
Dimitrios has over seventeen years’experience in providing companies with expatriate tax compliance and consultingsolutions, advising on complex tax issues that arise from the global deploymentof employees. He began his career in 1997 in the International AssignmentSolutions group at PwC in Toronto before moving to the Global Employer Servicesgroup at Deloitte in 2006. He has recently moved to Trowbridge ProfessionalCorporation working in the Expatriate tax group. During this time, he alsoworked six years in Melbourne, Australia with PwC and Deloitte. He has expertise in Canadian, US andAustralian tax and has advised on many technical issues including tax effectiveremuneration packaging, employee share plans, pensions, and tax equalizationissues. He has also advised on and drafted expatriate policies for severalmultinational organisations.
Dimitrios Zaravinos: firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Lasby, BA, ADFS, CFP (Canada)
Prairie Heritage Wealth Management Pty Ltd.
Working in conjunction with Godfrey Pembroke Limited, part of NAB’s MLC Wealth Management division, Craig’s mission is to help ‘simplify and enhance the lives’ of both his domestic Australian and expatriate Canadian clientele resident in Australia. Since 1990, he has been his client’s ‘Personal CFO’, continuing a client centric financial advice tradition dating back to the early 1950's when his father Percy began advising clients in Western Canada. Your values, and what is important about money to you, are the focus of Craig’s practice philosophy. It is the combination of this philosophy and his unique mix of international experience, financial sophistication and down-to-earth sensibilities that allow him to provide a safe harbour to clients in all things financial. Craig is a Canadian Certified Financial Planner and a current member of the Financial Planners Standards Council. He has a Bachelors degree from Briercrest College in Saskatchewan and holds an Advanced Diploma of Financial Services in Australia.
Craig Lasby: email@example.com
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Trowbridge | AIP Asset Management | Prairie HeritageWealth Management
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