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What are ANZSCO Occupations Designated to Engineers Australia?

ANZSCO Occupations Designated to Engineers Australia

What are ANZSCO Occupations Designated to Engineers Australia?

ANZSCO refers to the Australia and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations. It is a system that collects, publishes, and analyses occupation statistics across government agencies. It is used by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) to collect information on all visa, settlement, and citizenship programs. Basically, the ANZSCO is used as the standard within the skilled visa programs by which a visa applicant’s skills and work experience to undertake a specific occupation in Australia are evaluated.

ANZSCO describes what qualifications and experience you need to perform specific jobs and what your tasks would be in that occupation. In simple words, it is a statistical classification designed to aggregate and organize data collected about jobs or individuals. The classification of jobs is based on the skill level and specialization usually necessary to perform the tasks of that specific occupation or of most occupations in the group. Those definitions and skill level statements are applied to the occupation and not an individual person working in the occupation. The ANZSCO works as an indicator of a particular occupation to a particular skill level. ANZSCO engineers are in high demand in Australia so many people are considering migrating to seek a successful engineering career there.

There are five hierarchical levels in the structure of ANZSCO. They are major, sub-major, minor, and unit groups and occupations. The format of the definitions may slightly differ between the hierarchical levels, but all contain similar elements. The categories at the most comprehensive level of the classification are termed ‘occupations’. These are assembled together to form ‘unit groups’, which in turn are assembled into ‘minor groups’. Minor groups are aggregated to form ‘sub-major groups’, which in turn are accumulated at the highest level to form ‘major groups’.

Applications for CDR are considered by Engineers Australia (EA) in four different categories. They are Professional Engineers (Skill Level 1), Engineering Technologists (Skill Level 1), Engineering associates (Skill Level 2), Managers, and Administrators (Skill Level 1).

Professional Engineer Category (Skill Level 1)

  • Aeronautical Engineer (233911), including specializations
  • Agricultural Engineer (233912), including alternative title
  • Biomedical Engineer (233913), including specializations
  • Civil Engineer (233211), including specializations
  • Chemical Engineer (233111)
  • Electronics Engineers (233411), including specialization
  • Electrical Engineer (233311), including specializations
  • Environmental Engineer (233915)
  • Geotechnical Engineer (233212)
  • Industrial Engineer (233511), including specialization
  • Materials Engineer (233112)
  • Mechanical Engineer (233512), including specializations
  • Mining Engineer (233611) including specialization
  • Naval Architect (233916)
  • Petroleum Engineer (233612), including specializations
  • Production or Plant Engineer (233513), including specialization
  • Structural Engineer (233214)
  • Telecommunications Engineer (263311), including specialization
  • Telecommunications Network Engineer (263312), including alternative titles
  • Transport Engineer (233215)
  • Engineering Professional nec (233999)

Engineering Technologist Category (Skill Level 1)

  • Engineering Technologist (233914), including specializations

Engineering Associate Category (Skill Level 2)

  • Civil Engineering Draftsperson (312211), including specializations
  • Electrical Engineering Draftsperson (312311), including specializations
  • Electronics Engineering Draftsperson (312411), including specializations
  • Mechanical Engineering Draftsperson (312511), including specializations
  • Telecommunication Field Engineer (313212)
  • Telecommunications Network Planner (313213)
  • Telecommunications Technical Officer or Technologist (313214)
  • Building & Engineering Technicians nec (312999)

Managers and Administrators Category (Skill Level 1)

  • Engineering Manager (133211)

Wrapping up

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