•Be between the age of 18 – 29,
•Have completed at least 2 years of tertiary education in to diploma level or higher,
•Upper intermediate – advanced English language skills (Vocational English),
•Minimum 12 months full time professional experience ,
•Flexible and willing to work in rural and remote locations.
- Cotton Grower
- Fruit or Nut Grower
- Grain, Oil seed or Pasture Grower (Aus) / Field Crop Grower (NZ)
- Grape Grower
- Mixed Crop Farmer
- Sugar Cane Grower
- Turf Grower
- Vegetable Grower (Aus) / Market Gardener (NZ)
- Crop Farmers nec
- Beef Cattle Farmer
- Dairy Cattle Farmer
- Deer Farmer
- Goat Farmer
- Horse Breeder
- Mixed Livestock Farmer
- Pig Farmer
- Poultry Farmer
- Sheep Farmer
- Livestock Farmers nec
- Mixed Crop and Livestock Farmer
- Boarding Kennel or Cattery Operator
- Agricultural Technician
- Butcher or Smallgoods Maker
- Dog Trainer or Handler
- Horse Trainer
- Kennel Hand
- Animal Attendants and Trainers nec
- Veterinary Nurse
- Wool Classer
- Horse Riding Coach or Instructor
Client Liaison Australia & Business Manager Sri Lanka
Mobile: (+61) 0411864554
E-mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Urgently looking for a Barber. Must provide resume and English language test result with your inquiry:
- providing advice on hair care, beauty products and hairstyles
- shampooing hair and conditioning scalps
- colouring, straightening and permanently waving hair with chemical solutions
- cutting hair with scissors, clippers and razors
- styling hair into dreadlocks and braids and adding hair extensions
- shaving and trimming beards and moustaches
- cleaning work areas and sanitising instruments
- arranging appointments and collecting payments
- may clean, colour, cut and style wigs and hairpieces
English Language Testing for 457 Visas
The required scores for each English test are as follows:
- IELTS – International English Language Testing System: overall average score of 5, with a minimum score of at least 4.5 in each band; or
- OET – Occupational English Test: this is a test for medical and allied health professionals. A “B pass” is required for all 4 components of the OET; or
- TOEFL iBT: total band score of 36, with at least 3 in Listening and Reading and at least 12 in Speaking and Writing; or
- PTE Pearson Test of English (Academic): Average band score of 36, with minimum of 30 in each band; or
- CAE Cambridge English: Advanced: Average band score of 154, with minimum of 147 in each band.
Tests are valid for up to 3 years for the purposes of 457 visa applications, and can be conducted after lodgement of the 457 visa application.
The Government is removing the exemption for applicants earning over $180,000 per year for English language and skills assessments for the Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186) and Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (subclass 187).
In implementing this change, the Department will ensure it only affects applications lodged from 1 July.
The removal of the exemption is designed to prevent misuse of the program by individuals inflating their income to avoid having to undertake an English test or a skills assessment.
Applications lodged before 1 July will continue to be assessed on merit, and anyone suspected of inflating their incomes will be subject to further scrutiny in the application process.
VETASSES has updated its website following the 1 July 2017 changes.
Following the changes to the occupation lists, VETASSES advises that it is no longer the assessing authority for the following occupations:
- Acupuncturist (ANZSCO Code 252211)
- Orthotist/ Prosthetist (ANZSCO Code 251912)
- Community Worker (ANZSCO Code 411711)
- Youth Worker (ANZSCO Code 411716)
- Welfare Centre Manager (ANZSCO Code 134214)
Further changes are outlined on the VETASSESS website, including:
- information for applicants whose occupations have been removed from the lists
- TradeSet updates
- cooks and chefs from Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan
- closure of the Optional Skills Assessment Service
Tasmania’s skilled migration program is for people wanting to move to the state who have a skill that we need.
Skilled migrants are attracted to Tasmania because of the state’s enviable lifestyle, career opportunities, affordable housing, and reputable schools and world class university.
The Tasmanian Government actively pursues skilled and business migrants in recognition of the significant contribution migrants make to Tasmania’s economy and its cultural diversity.
Prospective skilled migrants can apply to the Department of State Growth for a Tasmanian Government state nomination.