Since 2005, Cyba Recruitment have placed over 2,000 skilled trades and professional workers from the Philippines into Australian businesses. We continually achieve a success rate of 99% - our formula works!
We supply through a range of industries from the top boat builders in the world to major mining, engineering and fabrication firms right down to small one-man organisations.
Cyba Recruitment has a unique sourcing and selection process that is testament to our success. We directly employ a team in the Philippines that includes Engineers, Workplace Trainers, Occupational Health & Safety instructors, as well as English Teachers to ensure the standard of the applicant remains at the highest level.
Our "up-skill" program gives us the ability to train successful applicants to a client's specific requirements. All successful applicants take part in our Safety Induction Program to ensure there is a clear understanding of the Australian and International Safety Standards prior to departure. Failure to pass the induction results in no deployment.
7 years overseas recruitment
Commercial and human resource background
13 years experience in asia
Multiple successful business ownership and development over a 20 year period
Trade qualifications: 1st Class Welder, Boilermaker
Teaching IELTS for 8 years in Philippines
7 years recruitment administration experience
6 years document controlling 4 years visa processing
Welding and mechanical coordinator
Worked in Australia workshops and site based
Cert III - Fabrication
Ramir Cagot is our Technical Specialist and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of the Visayas, Cebu, Philippines. Ramir has been working with Cyba Recruitment since November 2005. Ramir has 13 years experience working overseas mostly in underground tunnelling in the mining industry. Countries where Ramir has worked include Saudi Arabia, Finland, South Korea, Australia, Japan, United Kingdom, China, Myanmar, Hong Kong, Kenya, Taiwan and India.
September 2009 Newsletter
Posted on 18 Oct 2009
Training Benchmarks applicable to all new Standard Business Sponsor application from 14th September 2009.
Any business seeking to become a Standard Business Sponsor (SBS) under the subclass 457 program is now required to show that relevant training has been, and will continue to be provided to Australian citizens and/or Australian permanent residents. The Training Benchmark concept is completely new in the context of the 457 program.