In 2013 Australia Job Fairs takes events to three of India’s most industrial and commercial cities—Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata. All three locations are strong in areas such as health care, ICT and engineering and events are to be held at 5-star hotels where exhibitor accommodation is also provided.
India’s population of over one billion, with its large well-educated and English-speaking middle class , produces professionals and trades-people in large numbers.
It has a significant mining sector (coal, iron ore and gold included), oil and gas sector, large heavy industry and automotive companies (including heavy vehicles) and a massive rail system. In addition its world-class IT sector is renown. India is the ideal source of talent for skill-short Australian employers.
Our jobs fairs in India will attract experienced, qualified and skilled professionals and trades-people, with good English and a readiness to live abroad.
- Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata, 2013 (dates tbc)
More details shortly – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the latest information or to register your interest.
This initiative has the endorsement of the Western Australian Government:
‘Minister Peter Collier is supportive of initiatives that will assist Western Australia’s efforts to attract skilled migrants to Western Australia where significant employment growth across all industries is expected over the next decade, especially in the construction, education, health care and mining sectors. The Minister is delighted to endorse the efforts of Australia Job Fairs who will host job fairs for Australian employers in Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata.
‘We welcome Australia Job Fairs initiative here in hosting these Australian job events in India’ said the Minister. ‘The Australian Government has allocated 125,850 skilled migration visas towards Australia’s immigration intake for 2011-12, and I expect a significant number of these to result in migration to Western Australia. Initiatives like this will help both Australia and India and we encourage Australian employers to support this initiative to assist with their skills requirements.’