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An Expat Guide To Canada's Skilled Workers Program

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An Expat Guide To Canada's Skilled Workers Program

Post Posted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 4:25 pm

If you'd like to move to Canada as a skilled worker, here are the criteria you'll need to meet.


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Re: An Expat Guide To Canada's Skilled Workers Program

Post Posted: Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:04 am

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If you'd like to move to Canada as a skilled worker, here are the criteria you'll need to meet.

I would like to work in Canada as Building Site Manager or any position that maybe available, though I am Technician in Civil Engineering and have more than 1000 hours courses in Electrical Installation, also experiences in Plumbing. I have working experiences in carpentry and joinery, I´ve been a director of a little company in interior decoration specialize carpentry and cabinet making. I have knowledge in AutoCad, knowledge in CADe SIMU, knowledge in Programming in KOP “Programmable logic controller”. I have working knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
I speak fluent Spanish and English. I was born in Nigeria with Spanish nationality.
I enjoy working in teams, I´m confidential and responsible with analytical capacity, diligence, order and rigor and capacity to work under pressure.
Absolute disponibility to travel abroad or change residence.

Emmanuel Uwadiae


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