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2017 to 2018 list for the immigration intake program for Australia

Australia has announced the new skilled occupation list for the immigration intake program for the year 2017-18. The new occupation list takes effect on Saturday, 1st July 2017.

Applicants for General Skilled Migrationare required to nominate an eligible occupation from the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List.

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Applicants for the following visas can nominate an occupation from the MLTSL

  • Subclass 189 (SkilledIndependent) visas; and
  • Subclass 489 (SkilledRegional (Provisional)) visas by applicants who are not nominated by a State or Territory government agency; and
  • Subclass 485 (Temporary Graduate) visas.
  • The new MLTSSL has 178 occupations that can be nominated for skilled migration to Australia.

Each year, the Department of Education and Training advises the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection on the composition of the skilled occupation list.

The suitability of occupations for inclusion on the SOL is assessed through a two-step process. The first step involves identifying occupations that are most susceptible to supply constraints and are likely to warrant government intervention to address these constraints.

Those applying for Skilled Nominated Subclass 190 visa, Skilled Regional Provisional Subclass 489 visa (state nominated), Employer Nomination Scheme Subclass 186 visa, Temporary worker (Skilled) Subclass 457 visa and Training Subclass 407 visa- Occupational Training Stream must nominate an occupation on the STSOL.

Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List

Occupation

  1. Construction project manager
  2. project builder
  3. engineering manager
  4. child care centre manager
  5. medical administrator
  6. nursing clinical director
  7. primary health organisation manager
  8. welfare centre manager
  9. accountant (general)
  10. management accountant
  11. taxation accountant
  12. external auditor
  13. internal auditor
  14. actuary
  15. land economist
  16. valuer
  17. architect
  18. landscape architect
  19. surveyor
  20. cartographer
  21. other spatial scientist
  22. chemical engineer
  23. materials engineer
  24. civil engineer
  25. geotechnical engineer
  26. quantity surveyor
  27. structural engineer
  28. transport engineer
  29. electrical engineer
  30. electronics engineer
  31. industrial engineer
  32. mechanical engineer
  33. production or plant engineer
  34. aeronautical engineer
  35. agricultural engineer
  36. biomedical engineer
  37. engineering technologist
  38. environmental engineer
  39. naval architect
  40. agricultural consultant
  41. agricultural scientist
  42. forester
  43. medical laboratory scientist
  44. veterinarian
  45. physicist (medical physicist only)
  46. early childhood (pre‑primary school) teacher
  47. secondary school teacher
  48. special needs teacher
  49. teacher of the hearing impaired
  50. special education teachers (nec)

Finding a job

Midwives are employed in public and private hospitals, community health centres and other health care facilities. They may work with nursing agencies, international aid agencies or be self-employed.

Midwives are employed across several industries including Health Care and Social Assistance; Public Administration and Safety; Administrative and Support Services; and Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing.

Visit the below website if you are looking for a job:

Sources:http://www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au|http://www.sbs.com.au/

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