South Australia adds new jobs in its State Occupations List

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Recognised as the largest employer of health care and social assistance professionals, South Australia, like other Australian states, regularly surveys regional employers to identify the skills needed in its local labour market. The South Australian government has released its updated State Occupations List (SOL), which now includes 18 new occupations and complements another list called the South Australian Graduate list.

SNOL Updates

South Australia’s State Nominated Occupation Lists are now categorised into two: the State Occupation List (SOL) and the South Australian Graduate list. The SOL targets all skilled nominated visa applicants as well as international graduates. The second list, also called the off list, is specifically for graduates who acquired a bachelor degree or higher in South Australia.

South Australia’s updated SOL details these 18 additional occupations: Corporate Services Manager, Medical Administrator, Health and Welfare Services Manager, Customer Service Manager, Equipment Hire Manager, Financial Investment Adviser, ICT Trainer, Librarian, Database Administrator, Intellectual Property Lawyer, Pharmacy Technician, Cook, Shearer, Hairdresser, Gas or Petroleum Operator, Fire Protection Equipment Technician, Diversional Therapist, and First Aid Trainer.

With these additional occupations, there are more positions skilled migrants can choose from if they want to work and live in South Australia. The regional government consequently advises every intending skilled migrant that a positive skills assessment from a relevant skills assessing authority is necessary to be considered for state nomination.

Visa Application for South Australia

Skilled migrants can work in South Australia because businesses in the local industries nominate occupations that are in short supply in South Australia; these occupations then get included in the state government occupations lists if found genuine. Skilled migrants can apply for any applicable state nominated working visa if their occupation is still open for nomination (occupations in South Australia have varying levels of availability). To be eligible for state nomination, they must also meet all federal and state requirements for the visa being applied for.

A skilled visa application for regional Australia can be complicated due to the several procedures prior to the actual visa application. Registered migration agents at NationalVisas can help skilled migrants with their partial or complete visa application in order to increase their chance of obtaining their working visa for South Australia.

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