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  1. Smartin08
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    Smartin08 New EF Member

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    I was wounding if anyone could point me in the right direction or at least give me some information. I'm looking into the possibility of moving to Cyprus and working out there, just wanted to see if anyone has had any experience of this and what it was like? Also wages, recommend any companies, and any other advice.

    I have mainly worked on industrial and commercial site but have done domestic too. I have been qualified for around 6 years worked in the trade 10 ( including apprenticeship)
     
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    Ever thought about working maintenance on the RAF bases? I spent a year there back in the early 70s, lots of work AGL, Boiler controls, MQ domestic work etc, don't know where to apply, you could always write to the Base Commanders, don't ask don't get. You will need to get a decent CV organised, the MOD don't take on Cowboys, or they didn't. The local Cypriots are decent guys, but the powers that be are nearly always on the lookout for ExPats.
     
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    Hi,i have some pals with business interests out there,and for a while now,the biggest issues,all have "Russian" at the front of them...

    I would do some thorough research,and try to speak to folk already involved in the trades,out there. There are usually web pages or user groups,dedicated to that circle of ex-pats,and you may be able to slide in for info.

    Get more than a mumbled promise,before you set sail,as things can change remarkably,once they have you stranded :)

    Also,"rule of three",applies...if you are told £300,3 days or 3 O'clock...
    ....It will probably mean £100,9 days and 9 O'clock :rolleyes:
     
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