- Aug 21, 2012
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
Kicking goals either way. Don’t let fear of the unknown stop you from taking a leap of faith but it sounds like both are good options.So , opinion time peeps- as has been well documented my life has been tuned upside down over the last six months. There it seems is still more twists to come. I've a chance of a redundancy, I earn pretty good money and would walkaway with about a years salary plus 3 months of holidays/LSL.
I also think redundancies are pretty much tax free, not of course holidays etc. Also have met someone who resides in WA and am not against a move there, have plenty of family in Perth as well.
If WA doesn't work out I'd back myself to get a job, I've a pretty rounded skill set and my major assets are cost reduction, innovation and streamlined processing without impacting on service delivery. I think in the new world those skills should be sort after.
University FM jobs of course don't grow on trees, i get 17.5% super which is also a defined benefit scheme. I also manage a team of 20 odd and are about to be in-charge of the biggest solar farm in the southern hemisphere. Would look grand on a resume I suppose.
I don't think I'll be offered a redundancy but I could talk them around fairly easily if I want it I feel.
So kind of don't really know what to do- back myself and say fu** it I'm out? Sit back and forget WA? Just be content in a well paid position without many dramas. Move to WA and miss the opportunity for a good payday etc.
Oh and would think the Perth market would have similar opportunities but I'm of course not familiar with it.
Thanks in advance .