UK Job Opportunities
Looking to work in the UK?
At Move Up, we understand the challenges South Africans face when seeking employment and visa assistance in the UK. With hundreds of CV’s flooding in from foreigners around the globe, UK employers can be overwhelmed and difficult to approach. That’s why we’ve created a recruitment division to help bridge the gap and connect South Africans with UK employers offering visa sponsorship.
Our recruitment division specializes in advertising active job opportunities available with UK firms and can assist in the job hunting process. We also provide helpful resources such as “How to Get a UK Job Offer” and “Once You Get a UK Job Offer” to guide South Africans through the process.
In addition to job hunting, we also specialize in helping South Africans navigate the UK’s work permit system. Since the 2008 recession, the UK government has implemented a point-based system that requires employers to register and request a unique certificate for each role they sponsor. This can be administratively challenging for both South Africans and UK employers.
At Move Up, we take care of the immigration process and help South Africans obtain the necessary permission to pass through the UK’s border. We can assist with a variety of visa options such as the Ancestry Visa, Settlement Visa, EEA Family Permit, Skilled Worker visa, and Student visa.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the research and requirements, let us do the worrying for you. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you navigate the next qualifying hurdles and achieve your goal of working in the UK.
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Move Up’s role in the relocation process is specialized. We deal with the British government and help South African passport holders get permission to pass through the UK’s border.
To further help, we need to know if the applicant either holds one of the following passport(s) or UK visa? If so, they can consider applying for any of the opportunities available in the UK:
Further research into the UK work permit.
Below is a link taken from British governments site, that references the level of skill set required to qualify for the Tier 2 (General) Work Permit visa.
The British governments skill-set standards are defined here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigration-rules/immigration-rules-appendix-j-codes-of-practice-for-skilled-work
We have taken the liberty to further explain these requirements (and comparison to SA qualifications) on the following page: RQF (Regulated Qualifications Framework) page.
If however you are finding this research overwhelming, you can let us do the immigration worrying and help you navigate the next qualifying hurdles:GET in touch