We excel at helping our students to find a job that fits their preferences!

Welcome to the

Monkeys’ Work Opportunities Service.

Working while you study in Australia can help complement your overall experience. You may choose to work while you are studying, this can be an option to earn extra spending money and get a taste of the local culture and work environment.There is a strong demand for international students workforce in the country and there are opportunities to find a job in multiple careers, even at very professional positions in your field of interest. However, given the flexibility of hours and large number of opportunities some industries are much more popular for international students: retail, hospitality, farming and fruit picking (seasonal work), services like childcare or age care, administration and clerical work, an even tutoring your own language or the musical instruments you play.

Australia is a great place to study and work as an international student, but sometimes you might notice something that feels wrong. You will find support at every step of your journey as a student worker, help is always available from our team and we have designated staff members ready to support you to enhance your overall career opportunities while you are in Australia.

Australia also offers several different types of visas for international students which allow you to work while you are holidaying or studying here. Contact our Monkeys’ experienced team, we will provide you the necessary advice to guide you with the job hunting process in Australia and to give a new jump to your career!

Enhance Your Career Options!

Australia has a strong system of laws and regulations which protect the rights of all workers, including international students.
As an international student, you can work up to 40 hours every two weeks while you are studying (currently there is not cap in the number of hours you can work), and unlimited hours during holiday breaks. You have the same protections at work as anyone else working in Australia and you will get at least a minimum rate of pay per hour no matter what job you do.

If finding a job is becoming hard, you can expand your work experience in Australia through volunteer work and internships. As a way to get work experience in the country, we encourage our students to participate of the work volunteering experience and internships we permanently organize with our business partners. There are also charities and non-government organisations which offer volunteer work for students; a great way to meet people, gain hands on work experience and contribute to the community.

If you’re interested in staying in Australia to work after you graduate, you’ll need to get a new working visa before your student visa expires. As a graduated international student you may be eligible for different options; The Post-Study Work stream of the Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) if you have completed a Bachelor, Masters or Doctoral degree; To submit an Expression of Interest through the Australian Government’s Skill Select, seeking approval to stay in Australia as a professional worker; or State and territory government nomination for skilled and business migration.

Let’s Do It With Confidence…

See here what is included in our Work Opportunities Services…

Australian based service desk

Free consultation and holistic advice

Personalized service to your time and mobility restrictions

Support from 8 am to 6 pm Monday to Friday

Accredited and skilled education agents

One channel of communication

Phone, email and remote support. Rapid response to enquiries in Spanish, English and Portuguese

Global vision, local expertise

Our services are guaranteed. Get ready to make the jump and enjoy a Monkey Experience

We strive at providing services that go beyond what is expected.

Read here how we have provided professional opportunities to our clients.

Let us know your work expectations and we will find the perfect position for you.

Testimonials

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