Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers ANZSCO 233512 Immigration Australia PR

What type of visa as an Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers you can apply for to stay in Australia permanently?

Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers Immigration Australia PR

UNIT GROUP 2335 INDUSTRIAL, MECHANICAL AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERS

Visa Type Availability
Visa 186 Yes
Visa 187 Yes
Visa 189 Yes
Visa 190 Yes
Visa 491 Yes
Visa 482 Yes
Visa 407 Yes
Visa 485 Yes
Visa 494 Yes

Occupations:

233511 Industrial Engineer
233512 Mechanical Engineer
233513 Production or Plant Engineer

233511 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER

Investigates and reviews the utilisation of personnel, facilities, equipment and materials, current operational processes and established practices, to recommend improvement in the efficiency of operations in a variety of commercial, industrial and production environments. Registration or licensing may be required.

233512 MECHANICAL ENGINEER

Plans, designs, organises and oversees the assembly, erection, commissioning, operation and maintenance of mechanical and process plant and installations. Registration or licensing may be required.

233513 PRODUCTION OR PLANT ENGINEER

Plans direct and coordinates the design, construction, modification, continued performance and maintenance of equipment and machines in industrial plants, and the management and planning of manufacturing activities. Registration or licensing may be required.

Tasks Include:

    • studying functional statements, organisational charts and project information to determine functions and responsibilities of workers and work units and to identify areas of duplication
    • establishing work measurement programs and analysing work samples to develop standards for labour utilisation
    • analysing workforce utilisation, facility layout, operational data and production schedules and costs to determine optimum worker and equipment efficiencies
    • designing mechanical equipment, machines, components, products for manufacture, and plant and systems for construction
    • developing specifications for the manufacture, and determining materials, equipment, piping, material flows, capacities and layout of plant and systems
    • organising and managing project labour and the delivery of materials, plant and equipment
    • establishing standards and policies for installation, modification, quality control, testing, inspection and maintenance according to engineering principles and safety regulations
    • inspecting plant to ensure optimum performance is maintained
    • directing the maintenance of plant buildings and equipment, and coordinating the requirements for new designs, surveys and maintenance schedules

Skill Assessment Information

Engineers Australia

Engineers Australia

MSA Fees 2019-2020 (Valid from 1 September 2019) Fee Excl. GST Fee Incl. GST
Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) Assessment Fees ($AUD)
Standard Competency Demonstration Report $795.00 $874.50
Competency Demonstration Report plus Relevant Skilled Employment Assessment $1,155.00 $1,270.50
Competency Demonstration Report plus Overseas PhD Assessment $1,020.00 $1,122.00
Competency Demonstration Report plus Relevant Skilled Employment Assessment plus Overseas PhD Assessment $1,380.00 $1,518.00
Australian Accredited Engineering Qualification Assessment Fees ($AUD)
Australian Engineering Qualification Assessment $265.00 $291.50
Australian Engineering Qualification Assessment plus Relevant Skilled Employment Assessment $625.00 $687.50
Australian Engineering Qualification Assessment plus Overseas PhD Assessment $490.00 $539.00
Australian Engineering Qualification Assessment plus Relevant Skilled Employment Assessment plus Overseas PhD Assessment $850.00 $935.00
International Accords Qualification Assessment Fees ($AUD)
Washington/Sydney/Dublin Qualification Assessment $428.00 $470.80
Washington/Sydney/Dublin Qualification Assessment plus Relevant Skilled Employment Assessment $788.00 $866.80
Washington/Sydney/Dublin Qualification Assessment plus Overseas PhD Assessment $653.00 $718.30
Washington/Sydney/Dublin Qualification Assessment plus Relevant Skilled Employment Assessment plus Overseas PhD Assessment $1,013.00 $1,114.30
Additional Assessment Services Fees ($AUD)
Separate Relevant Skilled Employment Assessment $410.00 $451.00
Separate Overseas PhD Assessment $275.00 $302.00
Separate Relevant Skilled Employment Assessment plus Overseas PhD Assessment $635.00 $698.50

State/Territory Sponsorship Information

190: No
491: No

DAMA: Yes

DAMA Comments:
Permanent Pathway – TSS to ENS

Website:

Visa 190

Visa 491

190: No
491: No

DAMA: Yes

DAMA Comments:
Adelaide City Technology and Innovation Advancement DAMA – Permanent Pathway (ENS); Age Concession; (under 55 years of age)

Website:

SA Visa 190

SA Visa 491

State Comments:

The Adelaide City Technology and Innovation Advancement DAMA are for local SA employers to sponsor overseas workers in the defence, space and advanced manufacturing and technology industries with the ability to access and retain a highly-skilled workforce.  Agribusiness occupations will apply to the businesses located in the 5110-5734 postcodes.

The SA Regional Workforce DAMA is for SA local employers to sponsor regional growth industries of agribusiness, health and aged care, hospitality and tourism, mining and construction sectors with the ability to access and retain a skilled workforce.  The age concessions in this DAMA require candidates to be under 50. Agribusiness occupations will apply to the businesses located in the 5110-5734 postcodes.

190: Yes
491: No

Website:

TAS Visa 190

 TAS Visa 491

 

Subclass 190: Category 1 – Tasmanian Graduate (2 years minimum study in Tasmania)

To be considered for this category you must meet all the following criteria.

  • Have completed and graduated from a CRICOS registered tertiary institution in Tasmania and met the Australian study requirement through study in Tasmania.
  • Have lived in the state for at least 2 years and during your period of study prior to applying for visa state nomination
  • You and your dependents must currently be living in TAS and can provide evidence of genuine commitment to continue living in TAS
  • Have lived in the state during your period of study (evidence of this needs to be provided).

** For applicants who enrolled in a Tasmanian tertiary institution prior to 31 July 2017, to be considered for this category, you must meet the following criteria:

  • completed and graduated from a CRICOS registered tertiary institution in Tasmania. The course is undertaken:
    • must be either a degree (a bachelor or any higher degree), a diploma, an advanced diploma, or a trade qualification (minimum Cert III level for a skilled occupation in Major Group 3 in ANZSCO)
    • must have a minimum duration of one academic year (40 weeks)
    • must be full-time and on-site in Tasmania
    • you have lived in the state for at least 1 year during your period of study
    • you and your dependents are currently living in Tasmania and can provide evidence of your ongoing genuine commitment

Please refer to the Document Checklist tab for further information on providing evidence to support your application.

Subclass 491: Category 1 – Tasmanian graduate

To be considered for this category, you must meet all of the following criteria.

  • You must have completed and graduated from a CRICOS registered tertiary institution in Tasmania. The course is undertaken:
    • must be either a degree (a bachelor or any higher degree), a diploma, an advanced diploma, or a trade qualification (minimum Cert III level for a skilled occupation in Major Group 3 in ANZSCO)
    • must have a minimum duration of one academic year (40 weeks).
    • must be full time and on-site in Tasmania
  • you have lived in the state for at least 1 year during your period of study
  • you and your dependents are currently living in Tasmania and can provide evidence of your ongoing genuine commitment

Please refer to the Document Checklist tab for further information on providing evidence to support your application.

Designated Regional Area Postcodes for TAS

  • Cities and major regional centres: 7000, 7004 to 7026, 7030 to 7109, 7140 to 7151 and 7170 to 7177
  • Regional centres and other regional areas: All postcodes in Tasmania not mentioned in ‘Cities and major regional centres’ category above

190: Yes
491: No

Comments:
Open

Website:

TAS Visa 190

 TAS Visa 491

 

Subclass 190: Category 2 – Working in Tasmania

To be considered for this category, you must meet all of the following criteria:

  • You must have been working in Tasmania for six months immediately prior to your application for state nomination.
  • Your employment must be in an occupation listed on the TSOL
  • Your employer must be a well-established business that has been actively operating their business in Tasmania for the past 12 months
  • There must be a genuine, ongoing need for your position within the business
  • Your employment needs to be in your nominated occupation
  • Your employment needs to be at least 35 hours per week in one full-time job or in two or more part-time jobs and you are able to provide evidence of your employment claims (see Document Checklist – Employment for more details).
  • You and your dependents must currently be living in Tasmania and can provide evidence of genuine commitment to continue to live in Tasmania

Designated Regional Area Postcodes for TAS

  • Cities and major regional centres: 7000, 7004 to 7026, 7030 to 7109, 7140 to 7151 and 7170 to 7177
  • Regional centres and other regional areas: All postcodes in Tasmania not mentioned in ‘Cities and major regional centres’ category above

190: Yes
491: Yes

Website:

TAS Visa 190

 TAS Visa 491

Subclass 190: Category 3 – Overseas applicant (job offer)

To be considered for this category, you must be living overseas and meet all of the following criteria.

  • You must have received a formal job offer for a job that is based in Tasmania that is in your nominated occupation.
  • You or any of your dependants have not lived in another Australian state or territory within the last twelve months.
  • You will need to be able to provide evidence of your employment claims (see Document Checklist for more details).
    • Your employer must have been actively operating their business in Tasmania for the past 12 months. There needs to be a genuine need for your position within the business. This may be satisfied if there is:
      • an existing, current and genuine need for your position within the business
      • an ongoing need for your position and the capacity for the business to sustain the nominated position.

Subclass 489: Category 3B – Overseas applicant (Job offer)

To be considered for this category, you must be living overseas and meet all of the following criteria.

  • Have received a formal job offer for a job that is based in Tasmania that is in your nominated occupation
  • You or any of your dependents have not lived in another Australian state or territory within the last twelve months
  • The employer offering you employment must have been actively operating their business in Tasmania for the past 12 months
  • There needs to be a genuine need for your position within the business. This may be satisfied if there is:
    • an existing, current and genuine need for your position within the business
    • an ongoing need for your position and the capacity for the business to sustain the nominated position.

Restrictions or Conditions May Apply to State/Territory Sponsorship – please check with relevant State/Territory for clarification.

Designated Regional Area Postcodes for TAS

  • Cities and major regional centres: 7000, 7004 to 7026, 7030 to 7109, 7140 to 7151 and 7170 to 7177
  • Regional centres and other regional areas: All postcodes in Tasmania not mentioned in ‘Cities and major regional centres’ category above

190: Yes
491: Yes

Comments:
Available

Fees:
$200.00

Website:

WA Visa 190

WA Visa 491

State Comments:

The Western Australian State Nominated Migration Program is currently suspended. WA Migration Services will not issue invitations to apply for State nomination during the suspension period.

Designated Regional Area Postcodes for WA

  • Cities and major regional centres: 6000 to 6038, 6050 to 6083, 6090 to 6182, 6208 to 6211, 6214 and 6556 to 6558
  • Regional centres and other regional areas: All postcodes in Western Australia not mentioned in ‘Cities and major regional centres’ category above.

190: No
491: No

DAMA: Yes

DAMA Comments:
Permanent Resident Pathway

Website:

WA Visa 190

WA Visa 491

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