南澳州担保州担保职业清单介绍 SA-state-nominated-occupation-lists

飞出国-南澳州担保州担保职业清单

州担保职业清单包括州职业列表和补充技能列表。

飞出国-南澳州担保-什么是州职业列表?

该列表源于CSOL,所列职业都被认为是南澳短缺的职业。如果你通过普通技术移民项目申请南澳州担保,那么,你必须拥有其中所列的一个职业,除非你符合补充技能列表要求。

该列表中的职业符合最低技能水平。被担保短缺职位并不能保证一定能提供一份工作。你必须同其他有潜力的申请者在工作中相互竞争。你在南澳工作之前,可能会需要注册、许可或其他要求。

该列表每年都会更新。

飞出国-南澳州担保-什么是补充技能列表?

补充技能列表包含南澳州职业列表之外的所有CSOL职业。只有符合额外要求,你才可以通过这些职业申请南澳州担保。
该列表中的职业不是短缺职位,仅适用于有限的申请者,他们所体现的雇佣成果或家庭联系能够支持南澳技术移民项目的人力资源和经济目标。这个职业列表适用于南澳国际毕业生、在南澳从事技能职业一小段时间的技术移民、有直系亲属永居南澳,可以支持其在南澳雇佣期间的生活的人和具有高就业能力的人。

注意:补充技能列表由南澳移民局使用,同样适用于规划水平。

州职业列表是如何产生的?

该列表所选择的职业以当前短缺技能的详细劳动力分析和将来这些技能的可能需求为基础,且其中的分析涉及广泛咨询协会和相关行业培训机构,同样考虑各种其他因素,包括劳动力的年龄、当地和国际毕业生的供应和州与州之间的迁移。

州职业列表和联邦政府的CSOL有什么不同?

州担保列表包括CSOL中的所有职业。源于DIBP的CSOL是适用于州担保的一个澳洲职业综合列表。

什么是规划水平?

规划水平存在于列表中的每一个职业中,在递交州担保申请时才会计算规划水平。换而言之,如果一个职业在你递交申请时适合担保,那么该职业将会在所适合的要求下接受评估。该职业一旦达到规划水平,将不再适合担保,除非你符合特殊条件标准。

什么是特殊条件申请?

The upper limit of nominations available for an occupation has been met and is no longer available for nomination unless you meet additional State requirements. If your occupation is listed as “Special Conditions Apply”, please see the Special Conditions requirements.

我的职位有额外要求吗?

有些职业除必须满足所有其他担保要求外,还必须满足额外要求,如工作经验,英语水平。如果你的职业没有列其他额外要求,那么你必须满足获得担保的最低要求。详见技能担保要求

我的技能必须被评估吗?

是的,在申请州担保之前,你必须进行技能评估。不要把该评估和许可或注册混为一谈。

谁可以评估我的技能?

每个职业都有不同的技能评估机构,参见职业列表中相关链接。

在南澳我必须获得南澳执业注册或许可吗?

一些职业和专业还需要额外的南澳注册、许可或专业协会会员身份。详见准备工作

什么是行业代码?

移民职业清单是澳洲和新西兰职业分类。所有技能职业都有行业代码,有助于进行评估流程,确保符合澳洲要求。

在列表中可以找到相关职业的行业代码。详见所有职业及其行业代码

我的职位在清单上一定会有工作吗?

尽管州担保的技术移民拥有南澳亟需的技能,但是,担保不能保证你肯定会有工作。你必须和其他有潜力的雇员在工作上相互竞争。你有责任在离开之前或抵达之时找到一份工作。

州政府和私营部门会提供一定的支持和服务帮助你在新到的国家找到一份工作。

最新南澳州担保清单中文版: http://www.flyabroadvisa.com/zdb/sa.html

The State nominated occupation lists are divided into two separate lists;

the State Occupation List and the Supplementary Skilled List.

These lists are ‘live’ and the contents of these lists are accurate at the
time that it is viewed.

What is the State Occupation List?

A list of occupations derived from the Consolidated Skilled Occupation List
(CSOL) that are considered to be in demand in the state of South Australia.
If you are seeking state nomination in South Australia under the General
Skilled Migration program, you must have an occupation that features on this
list to apply (unless you meet the Supplementary Skilled List requirements).

Occupations on this list meet a minimum skill level. Nomination for an
occupation identified as in demand doesn’t guarantee you a job. You must
compete for work with other potential applicants. Occupations on this list
may require registration, licencing or other requirements before you can work
in South Australia.

The list is updated annually.

What is the Supplementary Skilled List?

The Supplementary Skilled List reflects all occupations available on the
Commonwealth’s Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL) that are not
available on South Australia’s State Occupation List. These occupations are
only available if you meet the additional requirements listed [here](http://www.migration.sa.gov.au/skilled-
migrants/nomination-process/skilled-nomination-requirements/supplementary-
skilled-list-and-special-conditions-apply).

This list of occupations has not been identified as being in shortage; they
are available to limited applicants who can demonstrate employment outcomes or
family links to support human capital and economic objectives of South
Australia’s participation in the skilled migrant program. The list is
available to international graduates of South Australia; skilled migrants who
have worked in a skilled occupation in South Australia for a minimum time
period; have immediate family members permanently residing in South Australia
who can support their settlement whilst seeking employment; or have high
employability qualities.

Please note: The use of the Supplementary Skilled List is at Immigration SA’s
discretion and planning levels may be applied.

How is the State Occupation List produced?

Occupations are chosen based on detailed workforce analysis of current skill
shortages and the likely demand of those skills in the future. The analysis
involves extensive industry consultation with associations and industry-linked
training councils. It also takes into account various other criteria such as
the age of the workforce, supply from local and international graduates, and
interstate migration.

Is the State Occupation List different to the Commonwealth Government’s

Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL)?

The State Nominated Lists combined include all occupations on the CSOL. The
CSOL is produced by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection and is
a combined list of occupations within Australia available for state
nomination.

What are planning levels?

Planning levels (quotas) exist for each occupation listed. Planning levels are
calculated at the time the application for state nomination is submitted. This
means that if an occupation is currently ‘available’ for nomination when you
submit your application, it will be assessed under the ‘available’
requirements. When this planning level is reached, this occupation will no
longer be available for nomination, unless you meet the "Special Conditions"
criteria.

What does Special Conditions apply mean?

The upper limit of nominations available for an occupation has been met and is
no longer available for nomination unless you meet additional State
requirements. If your occupation is listed as “Special Conditions Apply”,
please see the [Special Conditions requirements](http://www.migration.sa.gov.au/skilled-migrants/nomination-
process/skilled-nomination-requirements/supplementary-skilled-list-and-
special-conditions-apply).

Does my occupation have additional requirements?

Some occupations have additional requirements (work experience, English level)
that you must meet in addition to all other nomination requirements. If there
are no additional requirement listed next to your occupation, you must meet
the minimum requirements for nomination detailed under skilled nominationrequirements.

Do my skills need to be assessed?

Yes, before applying for state nomination you must undertake a skills
assessment.The assessment should not be confused with licensing or
registration.

Who can conduct my skills assessment?

Each occupation has a different skills assessing authority. View the
occupation list for links to their websites.

Do I need to be registered/ licensed to practice in South Australia?

Some occupations and professions also require additional registration,
licences or membership of a professional association in South Australia. To
learn more [visit WorkReady](http://www.skills.sa.gov.au/training-learning/recognising-skills-and-overseas-qualifications/recognition-of-overseas- qualifications).

It is your responsibility to find out if your occupation requires further
training, registration or licencing before you arrive here

What is an ANZSCO code?

ANZSCO is the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of
Occupations. All skilled occupations have been given an ANZSCO code to help
with the assessment process and to ensure they meet Australian requirements.

You can find the ANZSCO code relevant to your occupation on our list. Visit
the Department of Immigration and Border Protection for a full list of occupations and their ANZSCO codes. You will need this code when
having your skills assessed.

Will I be guaranteed work if my job is on the list?

While state nominated skilled migrants have skills that are in demand,
nomination doesn’t guarantee you a job. You must compete for work with other
potential employees. It is your responsibility to find work either before you
leave or when you arrive.

The State Government and private sector providers offer support and services
to provide you with the tools to find work in a new country.

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