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    Default Army welder looking for new life in New Zealand

    hi,
    I'm a first class welder in the royal engineers ( British army). I'm fully qualified to NVQ level 3 in mig, tig, oxy/ace, flux and mma. Unfortunately due to the nature of the army beast! I'm not that experienced, due to the other wide range of engineering tasks we must do... I want to know, whats the best way of me finding companies I can contact, to see if they would be willing to take me on, and what extra coded welds I can get qualified on here before I go, that would be beneficial to the jobs that's needed in New Zealand.
    I Was looking to settle in the North island but I'm very flexible being a solider!

    Many thanks

    I hope someone can help!

    Thank you

    Dylan 😀

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    Hello.

    I hope someone will be along when NZ wakes up who may know something to help you.

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    Thank you

    Fingers crossed. ��

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    I'd like to add that I also have a few modules in fabrication but not enough for an NVQ level 3 only a level 2.

    Regards

    Dylan

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    Hello, here is a website for welding positions you might find helpful, if not let me know and I'll search for others. Good luck.

    www.newzealand.recruit.net/search-welder-jobs

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    Thank you fern ��
    I'll take a look now.

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    There a few companies on there I can email to see what the score is, thank you Fern.
    Anymore you can think of, please pass them on.

    Thank you

    Dylan

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    Thanks again Fern. ��

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    Hi I am a Boilermaker with only mma welding and tack weld experience its bn a hard finding vacancies without mig/tig welding experience. i am in south africa and i really want to move to nz.
    Maybe that means i also have to take those courses before trying to make move

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