- 0.1 General Resume Format Suggestion
- 0.2 Project Manager Resume Template/Example
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Cover Letter Suggestion
What should your cover letter include?
- Your personal/ contact details
- The date
- A salutation/greeting
- How you heard about the job/company
- Why you believe you would be an asset to the team
- How you will follow up
- A closing/signature
Following is a link to a Cover Letter sample [Australia format] which you could review to create your custom cover letter to be sent along with your Resume
General Resume Format Suggestion
Following is a link to an article giving tips for creating an International style CV which you could review to create your custom Resume
Project Manager Resume Template/Example
Address: Launceston TAS | Tel: +61-049373824| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Career Summary or Career Objective
More than ten years of Project Management experience in civil works, mainly Infrastructure, Building Construction/Refurbishment, Marine, O&G and Petrochemical with good exposure in bulk earthworks, concreting and steel works for construction of roads, bridges, drainage system, wharfs, building upgrades and refurbishment works.
Master of Natural Resources in Ecosystem management
Skills and Personal Attributes:
• Preparing Work Packs, ITPs and Safety Checklists
Be ready with names and contact details of at least two referees (either written referees or verbal) who can comment on your work experience
Print the article/doc or Save the Resume as PDF
Construction Project Manager Migration to Australia – Getting PR Work Visa
When planning to find work in Australia do check if you have the proper work rights, Visa and skills.
International students can only work for limited hours per week.
For eligibility and immigration options consult a registered migration agent and review Australian Government Immigration Website (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au) and various State and Territory Skill Lists (There are six states in Australia: New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia. Two mainland territories: the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and the Northern Territory)