Telecommunications Engineer 263311 Migrate to Australia PR Visa

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Telecommunications Engineer

Immigrate to Australia PR Visa

This table uses the Skilled Migration Lists to tell you what Australian Visas you may be eligible for.

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Australian State Occupation & Migration List

This Table tells you which Australian States and Territories may sponsor for the Subclass 190 Visa.

Telecommunications Engineer

State Migration List for State Sponsored Subclass 190 visa for occupation:

Telecommunications Engineer

***Queensland (QLD) has suspended subclass 190 nominations from 26 Nov 2019 ***

Australian State Occupation & Migration List

This Table tells you which Australian States and Territories may sponsor for the Subclass 491 Visa.

Telecommunications Engineer

State Migration List for Skilled Work Regional Subclass 491 visa for occupation:

Telecommunications Engineer

The Following eight (8) tables provide an overview of the Australian State and Territory Government nomination  requirements. These requirements are in addition to the Visa requirements:

Australian State Migration Nomination Criteria

Queensland (QLD) State Nomination Criteria for Subclass 190 State Nominated Visa and Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa

*** Qld has suspended subclass 190 nominations from 26 Nov 2019 ***

Queensland

Australian State Migration Nomination Criteria

New South Wales (NSW) State Nomination Criteria for Subclass 190 State Nominated Visa and Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa

*** Commencement of the Subclass 491 Visa program has been delayed in NSW ***

New South Wales

Australian State Migration Nomination Criteria

Victoria (VIC) State Nomination Criteria for Subclass 190 State Nominated Visa & Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa

Victoria

Australian State Migration Nomination Criteria

South Australia (SA) State Nomination Criteria for Subclass 190 State Nominated Visa & Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa

South Australia

Australian State Migration Nomination Criteria

West Australia (WA) State Nomination Criteria for Subclass 190 State Nominated Visa and Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa

West Australia

Australian State Migration Nomination Criteria

Northern Territory (NT) State Nomination Criteria for Subclass 190 State Nominated Visa and Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa

Northern Territory

Australian State Migration Nomination Criteria

Tasmania (TAS) State Nomination Criteria for Subclass 190 State Nominated Visa and Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa

Tasmania

Australian State Migration Nomination Criteria

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) State Nomination Criteria for Subclass 190 State Nominated Visa and Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa

Australian Capital Territory

263311

Telecommunications Engineer

TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALS design, construct, install, service and support telecommunications equipment, systems and facilities. Indicative Skill Level: In Australia and New Zealand: Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification. At least five years of relevant experience and/or relevant vendor certification may substitute for the formal qualification. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1). Tasks Include: planning, designing, building, configuring and commissioning telecommunications devices, networks and systems, such as voice, radio, two-way, data, microwave, satellite and digital data systems, and ensuring telecommunications systems interconnect with equipment from different manufacturers, service providers and users compiling engineering project proposals to define goals, identify scope, background and need, and ascertain cost of equipment, parts and services evaluating and procuring new products and services from vendors ensuring compliance with laws, regulations, policies and procedures in the provision of telecommunications systems selecting and developing new telecommunications sites by locating sites, filing documents, drawing up documents for approval, drafting construction drawings and following through to approval determining appropriate configurations of telecommunications hardware and software, ensuring desired performance of telecommunications equipment preparing and interpreting specifications, drawings and regulations for the use of telecommunications equipment determining the type and arrangement of circuits, transformers, circuit-breakers, transmission lines and equipment identifying and analysing problems and needs of existing telecommunications systems, such as interference, intelligibility and clarity, to determine the most appropriate means of reducing, eliminating and avoiding current and future problems and improve communications monitoring telecommunications systems to assess need for updates, upgrades, enhancements, preventive maintenance and new systems assessing performance levels of system hardware and software to project future needs, and developing short- and long-terms plans for updating equipment, adding capabilities, enhancing existing systems and providing improved telecommunications Occupations: 263311 Telecommunications Engineer 263312 Telecommunications Network Engineer 263311 TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEER Designs and develops telecommunications systems, devices and products. Skill Level: 1 Specialisation: Signals Officer (Army) (NZ) (S) 263312 TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK ENGINEER Alternative Titles: Communications Consultant Communications Specialist (ICT) Telecommunications Consultant Telecommunications Specialist Plans, designs, and monitors complex telecommunications networks and associated broadcasting equipment. Skill Level: 1

Average Earnings and Age

(ABS data 2019)

Telecommunications Engineer

Australian PR

Australian PR - How do I Migrate to Australia?

 

Australian Migration provides different types of visa classes - These incorporate:

  • Bridging Visas - BVA, BVB, BVC, BVD, etc

  • Temporary Visas - Visitor Visa, Student Visa Subclass 500, TSS Visa Subclass 482, Graduate Visa Subclass 485, etc.,

  • Provisional Visas - Skilled Work Regional Subclass 491 and the Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional Subclass 494, Business Innovation and Investment Visa Subclass 188, etc

  • Permanent Visas - Employer Sponsored (ENS) Visa Subclass 186, Partner Visas, Parent and Contributory Parent Visas, Skilled Independent Subclass 189, Business Talent Visa Subclass 132, etc.

An applicant only obtains Australian PR and is able to permanently migrate to Australia  when they are granted an Australian Permanent Visa

There are various migration pathways to Australia that each of the visa classes offer that may ultimately achieve Australian PR. For example a Student Visa may enable application for a Graduate Visa (with full work rights) which may in turn permit application for a Skilled Independent Subclass 189 Permanent Visa. Whether you need to take a pathway to migrate to Australia and obtain Australian PR or be permitted to apply directly for Australian PR will depend on your individual circumstances. 

 

What is the difference between a Provisional Visa and a Permanent Visa?

 

DoHA is moving to implement an intermediary class of Australian Visas referred to as "Provisional Visas." As the name suggests, Provisional Visas provide for application to an Australian Permanent Visa if the Provisional Visa requirements have been satisfied.

 

Before 16 November 2019 applicants could apply directly for the Permanent Regional Skilled Employer Sponsored Visa Subclass 187. Post November 2019, an application for a Regional Employer Sponsored Visa will be an application for a Provisional Visa which will then allow application for a Permanent Visa if the applicant complies with all requirements of the Provisional Visa for a period of 3 years.

Some of the variables that may influence your eligibility to migrate to Australia and apply for an Australian PR visa directly as opposed to having to pursue a pathway to Australian PR will include:

  • Your English Language Proficiency (IELTS or PTE Scores). For points-tested visas an IELTS score of 6 will generate zero points whereas a score of 7 provides 10 points and a score of 8 provides 20 points. The point differentials may provide the difference between being eligible to migrate to Australia as an Australian PR or not being eligible for Australian PR.

  • Your Australian and/or Overseas Work experience - generally, you will need at least 3 years post qualification work experience to be eligible to apply for a skilled visa and migrate to Australia.

  • State Migration Occupation Lists - each Australian State periodically publishes a list of occupations that they may sponsor for either the Provisional Skilled Work Regional Subclass 491 or the State Sponsored Permanent Visa Subclass 190. The State and Territory Occupation Occupation Lists are based on the occupations that each Australian State or Territory is seeking to Sponsor to permit Migration to Australia where skills shortages are being experienced. These lists change periodically and should be checked before any application to migrate to Australia is lodged. Often, the States will impose their own conditions on different occupations to be satisfied before they will nominate.

  • Expression of Interest (EOI) Scores - The minimum points threshold is 65, however very few, if any, invitations are being issued at this level. Applicants should be looking to obtain points scores of 80+ if they are looking to obtain an invitation to Migrate to Australia PR  within a reasonable period of time.

  • Eligibility to obtain a Skills Assessment - requirements for each occupation differ and should be checked with the relevant assessment body.

  • Employment Job Offers. Will be required if you are looking to migrate to Australia PR on any Employer Sponsored Visa.

Australia PR benefits

 

Australian PR (permanent resident) is the name given to a non-citizen who is the holder of an Australian permanent visa. 

Australian PR offers the following benefits:

  • The right to migrate and  live in Australia indefinitely,

  • The opportunity to sponsor family for visas from overseas to migrate to Australia PR

  • Relaxed rules associated with obtaining credit,

  • Access to the First Home Owners Grant,

  • Australian Citizenship for children born in Australia,

  • Access to Healthcare

  • Access to Social Security, subject to a 4 year waiting period where Australian PR was granted after 1 January 2019,

  • Eligibility to apply for Australian Citizenship is residency requirements are satisfied.

  • Easier access to New Zealand

 

Whilst an Australian PR has most of the rights and entitlements of a citizen, there are some differences:

  • A citizen has an automatic right of entry to Australia, however if a permanent resident chooses to travel internationally, they need to ensure they have a permanent visa with a valid travel authority if they wish to return to Australia as an Australian PR.

  • A citizen can vote in Australian Government elections. In most cases Australian PR residents cannot.

  • An Australia PR is not eligible to stand for Government election, &

  • An Australian PR may not be eligible to apply for Australian Federal Government positions.

For Employers

Finding Skilled Staff locally to work in your business can sometimes be challenging. 

 

We have a database of highly skilled overseas workers that are prepared to work hard to settle their families in Australia.

 

If you are interested in finding out more, please call us or complete the contact form on this page  

For Employees

If you are an overseas worker and interested in submitting your details to be considered by Employers looking to fill positions in Australia, please send us details of your occupation and your Resume by completing this form

Information on this page is indicative only and may not be accurate or may contain omissions as it is progressively being updated. Please do not rely on the contents. Complete the online Visa Assessment for further information. 

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