Seeking for Job opportunity in UK

Hi, I am graduated civil engineer with two years of work experience and I am currently seeking an opportunity to work abroad and UK has been my dream country to live and work for. I have done all the research on how to immigrate to UK. I have planned to switch my field and looking for a desk job now. Can somebody help me to get job offer from UK based company with some sort of virtual interview process as I dont have enough funds to visit UK give interview and then come back and apply for visa. I need to do it on my own.

@rahulgnayak98


Hello and welcome !


Please note that members can not help you in finding a job. However, you can read the Living in England guide for expats for information about job, where to look for a job etc and create your CV in the Jobs in England section for better exposure.


All the best

Bhavna


    Hi, I am graduated civil engineer with two years of work experience and I am currently seeking an opportunity to work abroad and UK has been my dream country to live and work for. I have done all the research on how to immigrate to UK. I have planned to switch my field and looking for a desk job now. Can somebody help me to get job offer from UK based company with some sort of virtual interview process as I dont have enough funds to visit UK give interview and then come back and apply for visa. I need to do it on my own.
   

    -@rahulgnayak98

Hi and welcome to the Forum.


In addition to the advice offered by Bhavna.  Try joining LinkedIn and reaching out to your peers who may already be in the same job market as yourself; they will know better than anyone here on who is hiring and where.


With respect to virtual recruiting, if you register with an agency (link), they will probably be better placed in advising you.


I hope this helps.


Cynic

Expat Team

hi everyone,




i am victor from singapore 38 years old. I have been working as an immigration specialist (immigration officer) for the past 8 years, and due to some personal aspirations and dreams, I've decided to switch careers and look forward to job opportunities overseas, preferably in the UK(london,Scotland) ,Europe or Australia. I attained a diploma in mechanical engineering and a degree in web communications at Murdoch University, which was taught fully in English.  I understand that in order to get a job in the UK, I should have attained and passed the IELTS exam for English and have a job offer letter with sponsorship by a company. i have few questions to clear my doubts as i find the information on the official website a little baffling.





1.My degree was taught in the English language, and Singapore is an English-speaking country. will I be exempted from taking the IELTS exam? or do I need to produce any additional documentation which will prove my English proficiency? I also have my N-levels, which were under Cambridge, which states that I have taken and passed the English language.





2 . My main work experience is related to security(immigration border control), Admin support and basic It support. apart from that, i do also have skills in photo,videography ,content creation, photo and video editing, office suite. My degree is based on digital marketing,content strategy and communications. with these skills and work experience, will I stand a chance of finding any job in the UK?





3. what other sectors can i look into with my degree in the UK?





4. Are there any other countries to recommend apart from the UK as my  language proficiency is only English and Tamil?





life has put me through so much as I picked myself up and up all those broken pieces, and I am really looking forward to restarting my life in another country fresh with a positive

@moonWALKERV


This is your 4th post, stop spamming with the same post. You have been given a response. Please read it.


    @moonWALKERV
This is your 4th post, stop spamming with the same post. You have been given a response. Please read it.
   

    -@SimCityAT


It is getting boring

@SimCityATi, I believe you have not even read my post, or you are not even willing to provide any sort of help.  As for my knowledge, I only posted it twice cause I do have few other questions which were not answered and yes someone did sent a link  but that's not what I am looking for. I am looking for someone to explain the process based on their experience, so that I can make a decision to even consider UK to start something fresh.   if you can't be any helpful, then I suggest you refrain from commenting on any other post where someone is genuinely seeking help.


    @SimCityATi, I believe you have not even read my post, or you are not even willing to provide any sort of help.  As for my knowledge, I only posted it twice cause I do have few other questions which were not answered and yes someone did sent a link  but that's not what I am looking for. I am looking for someone to explain the process based on their experience, so that I can make a decision to even consider UK to start something fresh.   if you can't be any helpful, then I suggest you refrain from commenting on any other post where someone is genuinely seeking help.        -@moonWALKERV


No, you copied and pasted the same post 4 times. I know this because I deleted 2 of them. Spamming the forum goes against the Rules of Expat.com (I suggest you read them) and can result in getting banned.


This is your other post which you posted yesterday at 12:24:07 #3


    @SimCityATi, I believe you have not even read my post, or you are not even willing to provide any sort of help.  As for my knowledge, I only posted it twice cause I do have few other questions which were not answered and yes someone did sent a link  but that's not what I am looking for. I am looking for someone to explain the process based on their experience, so that I can make a decision to even consider UK to start something fresh.   if you can't be any helpful, then I suggest you refrain from commenting on any other post where someone is genuinely seeking help.        -@moonWALKERV


I removed a couple of your posts as well.

It's the same copy and paste every time, and the reply I gave with the UK government link answers all the basic questions.

The rest will come your way when you apply for jobs.

Potential employers will decide if your degree is acceptable based on the rules they follow.


Please stop the copy and paste stuff

@Fred thank you for the clarification