After immigrating to Vancouver Island with his wife and daughters five years ago, Australian auto body technician Paul Uren had a difficult time finding a job in the industry. So he created his own. “Moving here, I was pretty wound up, all gung-ho,” Uren, 40, says in his distinctive Australian accent. “But things were pretty tough in 2011, actually, especially in the collision industry. Guys were getting laid off everywhere, and I couldn’t get a job. “So we decided to have a shot at doing this.” “This” is Oceanside Kustoms, which Uren opened with his wife Veronica, in Parksville in…