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alfs barnet 10:18 Fri Mar 20
Covid-19 Job thread?
Looks like there well be a lot of jobs lost over the coming weeks, and months.

Is it worth pinning a thread at the top to see if we can help each other out? I seem to remember this happening quite well back in 2008.

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Mike Oxsaw 8:21 Wed Apr 14
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Bring a food hamper for 67.

Lovejoy 8:16 Tue Apr 13
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
After 10 months out of work got an offer through today which I’ll be taking up. Will have to relocate Dubai to Doha but could be worse.

Mike Oxsaw 8:39 Sat Apr 10
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Any TETRA people out there?

Middle East probably UAE but definitely not KSA. Test & Acceptance Manager - ticking boxes, basically. Again Whomail me a contact address and I'll pass it on.

You'll need to sort out travel yourself as my plane's still on order.

Manuel 7:56 Wed Apr 7
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Just amazing wisdom once again, Oxbore. Oh to be like you. So special.

Mike Oxsaw 6:16 Wed Apr 7
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Dan 11:45 Tue Apr 6

You need to decide what you want to do first, then look at the opportunities. If there are few, decide whether or not it's worth fighting for those few roles. If not, choose something else. You'll have to keep doing this until you settle on what suits you.

Nobody can tell you what you want, but it may help if you indicate what you're moving from and any ideas of where you'd like to be.

Dan 11:45 Tue Apr 6
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Does anyone on here deal with careers advice? I'm 40 and looking for a career change and I can't settle on what to go learn.

The most obvious issues are a lack of experience and age. No point retraining if there's no serious prospect of employment.

Has anyone else changed careers later on in life?

Thanks

twoleftfeet 12:19 Sun Mar 21
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Can’t this be the covid “ jab “ thread?

MrBen 10:44 Thu Mar 18
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
LJC - you have WhoMail

mashed in maryland 3:09 Sat Mar 6
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
https://gtrailwaycareers.com/jobs/vacancy/trainee-train-driver---southern-thameslink--great-northern-0746-various/764/description/

Trainee train drivers.

£31k starting wage, over £63k once qualified.

Could do a lot worse....

normannomates 7:20 Sat Feb 27
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
6.37

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normannomates 7:19 Sat Feb 27
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Alfs 4.02
Gis a job
you dour fucker you

Mike Oxsaw 6:37 Sat Feb 27
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Alfs 4:02 Sat Feb 27

Things are pretty much the same with the new Sultan. To make some sort of impact statement he's accelerated the "Omanisation" program to try and get more local people in jobs and reduce the number of expats.

The British do, however, seem to be exempt from this; my team was "raided" twice - a "raid" being the Immigration department checking that we are actually doing the jobs we were given a visa for.

I was questioned/interrogated quite deeply but they eventually decided my position was valid. German & French colleagues didn't fare so well - told to pack and leave within 24 hours - even though their jobs more closely matched their visa job description.

That being said, even the officials were friendly and courteous throughout.

If it wasn't for the religeon and the fact that it is so expensive there, it wouldn't be a bad place to select a retirement home..

Alfs 4:02 Sat Feb 27
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Mike Oxsaw 7:24 Wed Jan 27

I did some work in Oman three years back and they were very expat friendly. Have things changed since the death of Qaboos bin Said Al Said?

joe royal 1:58 Mon Feb 15
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
I jacked it,was made various promises but they never came through. On the Tuesday I was cold and fed up with having to struggle so I rang the planner and headed back to base.

A lot of truck driving is self employed(for now) and since Brexit a lot of flip flops have gone home so plenty of jobs and even wage rises.

overbyyer 7:56 Sat Feb 13
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
joe royal wrote...

Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
I jacked a job on Tuesday , rang one up on Thursday , interview today , start Monday.

Get an HGV licence and you will never be out of work.


Do you not have to complete any notice period, or are these roles generally contract/fixed term?

Or did you just walk out of your last one?

joe royal 12:37 Sat Feb 6
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
I jacked a job on Tuesday , rang one up on Thursday , interview today , start Monday.

Get an HGV licence and you will never be out of work.

bobbymoore 5:16 Wed Feb 3
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Sent you a pm Mike

Mike Oxsaw 7:24 Wed Jan 27
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
If anyone fancies an IT job in the Middle East, PM me contact details and I'll pass them on.

This is fuck all to do with me, it's a favour for a friend. 3 roles (Systems Administrator, Field Service Engineer and one more (I've actually lost the details, but its more managerial than the other two). Mobile phone networks,

I don't have the country, but I strongly suspect it's not Oman given that the government there seem hell-bent on kicking all expats out. Tunisia or Saudi would be my guess, but I honestly don't know.

Vexed 2:03 Wed Jan 27
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
Lockdown has not been kind to you has it son? Things like this always strike the mentally weak.

Ridikzappa 11:58 Sun Jan 24
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KEEP FOLLOWING THE RULES EVEN THOUGH IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE.

🔥REJECT🔥
🔥REFUSE🔥
🔥RESIST 🔥

wanstead_hammer 1:40 Fri Jan 22
Re: Covid-19 Job thread?
How did it all go, Fifth?
Hope you struck a bit of gold, to get you back on an even keel and ease all the unneeded worries.

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