Well Australia finally opened it’s borders and changed government at the same time. With Sydney estimated as having only 100,000 available workers, the employment market is the tightest I have ever known it and employers are desperate for talent. Some companies are now looking to sponsor overseas candidates on 482 class visas https://tinyurl.com/447df2t4 which can last up to 4 years, allows your family entry and your spouse/partner full working rights. It also allows the recipient the right to apply for Permanent Residency after three years.
WHV (working holiday visas) https://tinyurl.com/57ztuyzx are also open to people from certain countries up to the age of 35 and is a quick way to get into Australia and then gain long term sponsorship once employed.
Please note, the 482 class visas are an onerous to process for the employer and cost a lot of money. This was a political move under the last government who were beholden to the fears of the more right wing anti-immigrant sentiments within Australia and was also enacted at a time of far greater unemployment. I believe the new Australian Federal Government will relax this process as well as expediting the process to help the Australia economy avoid the damage caused from wage-price spiral inflation. Let’s hope I am right.
A quick message to all BI&DW Australia candidates and clients
BI&DW Australia turned ten toward the end of 2019 and whilst looking forward to a prosperous New Year, the business, like all others has been hit by both the bushfire economic slow down and then to outdo that, Covid-19. To say it has been a challenging time is an understatement but having started during the GFC aftermath, we know that there will be light at the end of the tunnel. After coming out of our lockdown hibernation, we do anticipate any hiring that will occur will likely to be contract and any material hiring activity will be in Q1 in the new financial year. Until that point, BI&DW Australia will be working on changes to our offerings and approach to market to address this unprecedented challenge. Watch this space for updates in the coming weeks.
Well BI&DW Australia got over the 7 year itch and is bounding on after hitting 8 yrs of age!
To celebrate, we are super busy and have a lot of roles that need filling ASAP before Xmas. Here are the following roles which are all with specialist BI& DW Professional Services companies in Australia:
MS BI Developer, Perm, Sydney
MS BI Developer, Perm, Melbourne
Tableau Developer, Perm, Sydney
Tableau Developer, Perm, Melbourne
IM Principal Consultant, Perm, Sydney
Big Data Engineer, Perm, Sydney
Data Scientist, Perm, Sydney
Big Data Developer, Perm, Melbourne
Hyperion HFM expert, Perm, Sydney
Hyperion HFM expert, Perm, Melbourne
BI PM, contract, Sydney
Scrum master, contract, Sydney
BA (budgeting & planning), contract, Sydney
Please send your CV to if you are interested in the roles.
UNFORTUNATELY, the Australian Federal Government has slowed work sponsorship visas to almost a halt and the current wait is over 6 months. We thus CANNOT accept overseas applicants at this time unless you have a valid working visa for Australia.
Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse jobs in Australia – we’ll get you here!
Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse consultants are needed across Australia and many of our clients are willing to sponsor mid and senior level professionals that are looking to make the move.
Matt Groarke has over 15 years of recruiting experience and has helped countless people relocate to all parts of Australia. With a strong professional network of clients, Matt is able to introduce you to the best organisations in the Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing space.
Skills that are most desirable include: Microstrategy, Qlikview , Microsoft BI, Datawarehouse ETL Designing/developing, Data modellering, OBIEE, Business Objects and others.
We can help answer your questions relating to:
Which are the best companies to work for and the ones to avoid
Australian salary levels, taxes and superannuation
Which city is best? Sydney / Melbourne / Brisbane/ Perth?
The Australian interview process
Relocation allowance / accommodation provided upon your arrival
Why live and work in Australia?
Health care / Insurance
Information regarding driving licenses
Schooling and moving with children
What to do next?
Send over an updated CV to and include a brief outline or intentions about moving to Australia, your estimated relocation time frame, your preferred location and any other information that might be useful.
We can set up a time to discuss all your concerns via Skype or Gchat and help get your relocation process in motion.