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These innovative services of online teaching of IELTS, PTE are available to our valuable clients from India, Australia, Nepal and other parts of World and we would like to promote this service to our first 100 customers with attractive discount vouchers. There are more than 75 course options available to enrol. Our Motto is to provide best of best resources to our valuable clients enabling them to achieve their desired band score as a perquisite for your general skilled migration and student visa to Australia.

Education/Student Visa

AVEC has team of Qualified Education Agent Counsellors (QEAC); we can assist you with right advices on career pathway towards suitable stream according to your academic background. Selecting correct Courses, Qualifications, Vocational Education, Training System and Universities require greater understanding of Australia Qualification Framework (AQF) which can be assisted by our ETAC Qualified Counsellors and Registered MigrationAgent. We represent a wide range of Australian institutions and we can officially represent your case and assist in your visa application process with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).

Health Insurance

If you are planning to go Australia for education or work, whether temporarily or permanently, you have need to show that you have satisfactory health insurance cover to meet the requirement while staying in Australia. The health insurer can be in your home country or Australia, but if you are a student visa holder you must obtain health insurance from an Australian health insurance provider. AVEC has agreement and partnered with BUPA Australia and we can assist you in obtaining your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) in an efficient and cost effective way.

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Whether you want to visit, work; study or live in Australia, we can offer the best assistance to obtain entry or remain in Australia. Our expertise covers all Immigration matters. We give personalised services from the very beginning to the grant of your visa application. Should your application for a Visa to Australia be refused, we can assist you and represent your case at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) ensuring your case is lawfully decided and that you do not feel like you did not receive the appropriate judgement. We have years of experience in the representing and winning even the most discerning case. Advices and representation of your case by our experienced Registered Migration will increase the overall credibility of your case drastically.

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We have NAATI accredited Translators working with us who specialize in professional document translation from Nepali into English and vice-versa. Our experienced NAATI accredited translators take pride in translating any document or audio transcriptions from CDs and audio clips professionally at reasonable cost. We offer lifetime warranty on our translations and we can easily offer you copies of your translation anytime in future, should you require them. You can email us a legible scan of your document and we will translate it for you. Our turnaround time is approximately 3 business days and we will email you back with a soft copy of the translated document immediately as the work is completed. Hard copies will be posted out to your nominated address of your convenience. Our translations are widely recognised and accepted by all Governmental offices as well as Semi and Non-Governmental institutions in Australia.

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  • What to expect in 2018 on Australian Visas

    From the implementation of the Temporary Skill Shortage visa, changes in Occupation Lists, to mandatory provisional visas before permanent residency, take a look at significant changes and what is in pipeline for 2018.

    By 
    Mosiqi Acharya
     2 JAN 2018 - 11:48 AM  UPDATED 8 JAN 2018 - 10:20 AM
     

    The 457 visa will be replaced with Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa

     

     
     
     
     
    Immigration Minister Peter Dutton (R) has defended the decision to scrap the 457 visa program.

     

    From March 2018, the current 457 visa program will be abolished and replaced with the completely new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa.

    The TSS visa will be comprised of a Short-Term stream allowing stays of up to two years, and a Medium-Term stream allowing stays of up to four years.

    The Short-Term stream visa is renewable only once.  The STSOL occupation list will apply for Short-Term Stream applicants.

    The Medium-Stream visa holders may renew their visas onshore and may apply for permanent residence pathway after working for three years in Australia. The MLTSSL occupation list will apply for Medium-Stream visa applicants. This stream is relatively similar to the current 457 visa.

    Tighter Regulations for both streams:

    • Increased Work Experience Requirements
    • Higher English Language Levels Requirements
    • Mandatory Labour Market Testing
    • Set Australian Market Salary Rates
    • Additional Character, Anti-Discrimination and Training Requirements

    More information: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/WorkinginAustralia/Documents/abolition-replacement-457.pdf

    Changes to Occupation lists in 2018

     

     
     
     
     
    Skill Migrant

     

    A number of changes were made to the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) in April 2017 and again in July 2017.

    CHECK IF YOUR OCCUPATION IS IN THE MEDIUM AND LONG-TERM STRATEGIC SKILLS LIST (MLTSSL) HERE

    Though the Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skill List (MLTSSL) is likely to remain the same, the STSOL which is a list of occupations nominated for temporary and short-term visas is likely to see some changes.

    Some of the occupations flagged for removal from the Short-term Skilled Occupation List are Accommodation and Hospitality manager, Hair or Beauty Salon Manager, Recruitment Consultant and Building Associate..

    University Tutor, Psychotherapist, Property Manager, Real Estate Agent and Real Estate Representative may be added to the list.

    It is also likely that Skilled Occupations List will include Airline Pilots in 2018 to address the shortage of pilots in Australia. Following lobbying from the peak body for regional airlines, SBS Hindi reported the Skilled Occupations List will be revised to allow foreign pilots to come to the country on a two-year work visa.

    Plans to introduce mandatory provisional visas before permanent residency in Australia and reducing the number of visas from 99 to 10

     

     
     
     
     
    Getting permanent residency in Australia

     

    The Government undertook public consultation to transform Australia’s visa system in 2017.

    The Australian government discussed plans to introduce mandatory provisional visas where migrants may need to spend a certain period of time before they are granted permanent residency and also to reduce the number of visas from 99 to 10 to simplify the process.

    The Department received 255 submissions and approximately 184 representatives of industry, academia, community and government participated in roundtables across the country, with an additional 60 industry representatives participating in immigration reform workshops.

    In December 2017, the department in a consultation summary said while approximately 55% opposed a provisional period, among those who supported the principle of provisional residence, a provisional period of a minimum of two years was most popular.  

    88% of the submissions supported visa simplification with suggestions that importance be given to transparency around decision making, reduced processing times and a system that was easier to understand and navigate.  

    The department though has not set a timeline for its implementation and says, ‘This is a long-term programme of improvement to the way we deliver our services. There is no immediate impact for visa applicants or holders. The first step will be broad consultation with the market on the design and build of a new visa processing platform.’

    We are likely to hear more about these plans in 2018.

    Temporary sponsored parent visa

     

     
     
     
     
    parent visa

     

    In the 2017-18 federal budget, a new temporary sponsored parent visa was announced - to be available from November 2017. However, the new visa which will allow migrants’ parents to stay in the country for extended periods has been delayed.

    The Bill enabling the new visa to come into effect has not yet been approved by the Senate.

    Here are the six must know facts about the new long stay visa for parents.

    • 3-year-visa will cost $5000, a 5-year-visa will cost $10,000 and a 10-year-visa will cost $20,000, with the opportunity of a single renewal for another five years at the same price. 
    • 15,000 people each year will be granted this long stay parent visa. 
    • Children/Sponsors will be required to pay for their parents' private health insurance. The children will also need to act as financial guarantor on any extra healthcare costs their parents rack up in Australia.
    • Those on the new visa will not be allowed to work, however, the government hopes they will take on family roles which would see “reduced pressure on childcare facilities.”
    • Those sponsoring their parents for the new visa need to be Australian citizens or permanent residents, or “eligible New Zealand citizens”.
    • The visa-holders would not be allowed to reapply beyond the 10 years and would have no pathway to permanent residency.

    Partner Visa

     

     
     
     
     
    Wedding

    Proposed changes to Partner Visa were expected in 2017 but it has been deferred to 2018. 

    This is because the Migration Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Bill 2016(Cth) (“the Bill”) is still before the Senate and has not been enacted.

    If the Bill is enacted, it will establish a sponsorship framework for partner visas, placing more focus on the assessment of sponsors.

    In particular:

    • The sponsorship assessment would be separated from the visa application process
    • Sponsors would need to be approved before visa applications are made
    • Legal obligations would be imposed on approved sponsors
    • If sponsors fail to meet their obligations, sanctions may be imposed
    • In certain circumstances sponsors can be barred from sponsorship

    The new regulations propose partner visa sponsorship applications would need to be lodged under stricter criteria and approved before the overseas partner visa application could be lodged.

    The new two-step process is expected to delay the lodgement of the overseas partner application and require the overseas partner to have a valid visa until a visa application for the overseas partner can be lodged.

  • Victoria supports international students through range of programs

    Victoria has always been a popular destination among international students. According to the latest facts and figures published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 30 per cent of all international students opt to enrol in educational institutions around Victoria. This number is second only to the amount of international students who travel on migration visas to New South Wales - 37 per cent.

    Victoria has always been a popular destination among international students.

    According to the latest facts and figures published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 30 per cent of all international students opt to enrol in educational institutions around Victoria.

    This number is second only to the amount of international students who travel on migration visas to New South Wales - 37 per cent.

    However, Victoria may nudge New South Wales out of the top spot this year, thanks to a number of programs the government has implemented to make the state a more attractive choice.

    The government, for example, has just launched its 2014 International Student Welcome Desk at Melbourne International Airport. It was christened by the arrival of the first batch of international students for the year on Tuesday (January 28).

    Minister for Innovation, Services and Small Business Louise Asher revealed this is the fifth year the "Welcome Desk" program has been implemented. It's jointly funded by the City of Melbourne, the government and Melbourne International Airport.

    Its purpose is to offer international students useful and up-to-date information about Victoria's migration program when they arrive. This includes tips and advice on topics such as accommodation, health and safety and other support services.

    When international students are equipped with this knowledge, said Ms Asher, they're better able to settle into their new lives in Victoria quickly.

    "The Victorian government recognises the outstanding contribution that our large community of international students makes to Victoria, both during their time here and as ambassadors for the Victorian education sector on their return to their home countries," explained Ms Asher in a January 28 statement.

    That's why, alongside the 2014 International Student Welcome Desk, the government has launched a range of other programs to improve international students' experiences during their time in Victoria.

    These include the International Student Care Service, the Culture Card, various scholarship programs and the Victorian International Education Awards and the Study Melbourne website.

    The first program provides "confidential support" to international students and is a great source of support for those going through difficulties.

    Also worthy of note is the Culture Card, which gives international students discounts on many activities and destinations, such as sporting events, museums and art galleries.

    If you'd like to find out what Victoria has to offer international students, get in contact with a migration agent in the area today!

     

    Extracted from Migration Alliance News

  • Caveats on 457 occupations

    As at 19 April 2017, the Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) programme

    As at 19 April 2017, the Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) programme can no longer be used for the occupations listed below where the nominee’s position falls within the scope of the ‘caveat’ specified in the relevant legislative instrument.

    A summary of the caveats that apply to particular occupations is provided below. For the specific wording of each caveat, see: legislative Instrument.

    ANZSCO occupation
    ANZSCO occupation Positions excluded due to caveat Relevant ‘note’ no. in instrument
    Accountant (General)
    (ANZSCO 221111)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • clerical, book keeper and accounting clerk positions
    • positions in businesses that have an annual turnover of less than $1Million
    • positions in businesses that have fewer than five employees.
    5
    Advertising Specialist
    (ANZSCO 225111)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    Agricultural Technician 
     (ANZSCO 311111)
    Excludes positions that are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast. 26
    Animal Attendants and Trainers (nec) 
    (ANZSC0 361199)
    Excludes positions related to animal husbandry, including but not limited to positions that involve caring for livestock on a farm setting. 6
    Apiarist 
     (ANZSCO 121311)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals), or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Aquaculture Farmer 
     (ANZSCO 121111)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals), or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Baker 
     (ANZSCO 351111)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • related to mass or standardised production, including positions based in a franchise or factory, as opposed to specialist production
    • that involve full or partial production of food product for distribution to another  location
    • that predominantly involve the use of pre-prepared food product from another location.
    7
    Beef Cattle Farmer
    (ANZSCO 121312)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals), or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Cafe or Restaurant Manager
    (ANZSCO 141111)

    Excludes positions in a limited service restaurant.   

    A limited service restaurant includes, but is not limited to, the following:

    • fast food or takeaway food services
    • fast casual restaurants
    • drinking establishments that offer only a limited food service
    • limited service cafes including, but not limited to, coffee shops or mall cafes
    • limited service pizza restaurants.  
    3
    Chef
    (ANZSCO 351311)

    Excludes positions involved in mass production in a factory setting or positions in a limited service restaurant.   

    A limited service restaurant includes, but is not limited to, the following:

    • fast food or takeaway food services
    • fast casual restaurants
    • drinking establishments that offer only a limited food service
    • limited service cafes including, but not limited to, coffee shops or mall cafes
    • limited service pizza restaurants.  
    11
    Chief Executive or Managing Director
     (ANZSCO 111111)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • in businesses that have an annual turnover of less than $1M
    • in businesses that have fewer than five employees
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $90,000.
    17
    Conference and Event Organiser
    (ANZSCO 149311)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • in businesses that have an annual turnover of less than $1M
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $65,000.
    9
    Contract Administrator
    (ANZSCO 511111)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    Cook 
     (ANZSCO 351411)

    Excludes positions involved in mass production in a factory setting or positions in a limited service restaurant.

    A limited service restaurant includes, but is not limited to, the following:

    • fast food or takeaway food services
    • fast casual restaurants
    • drinking establishments that offer only a limited food service
    • limited service cafes including, but not limited to, coffee shops or mall cafes
    • limited service pizza restaurants.  
    11
    Corporate General Manager 
     (ANZSCO 111211)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • in businesses that have an annual turnover of less than $1M
    • in businesses that have fewer than five employees
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $90,000.
    17
    Corporate Services Manager
    (ANZSCO 132111)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • in businesses that have an annual turnover of less than $1M
    • in businesses that have fewer than five employees
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $80,000.  
    18
    Cotton Grower 
     (ANZSCO 121211)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals), or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Crop Farmers(nec)
    (ANZSCO 121299)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals), or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Customer Service Manager
    (ANZSCO 149212)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • based in a front-line retail setting
    • that predominately involve direct client transactional interaction on a regular basis
    • with businesses than have an annual turnover of less than $1M
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $65,000.
    10
    Dairy Cattle Farmer 
     (ANZSCO 121313)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals), or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Facilities Manager
    (ANZSCO 149913)

    Excludes positions:

    • not located in a commercial building or shopping centre environment, or
    • that predominantly involve the management of the provision of one particular service to a facility or managing one particular relationship. 
       Example: a position that manages the cleaning contract for a facility but not other contracts relevant to the facility.
    8
    Finance Manager
    (ANZSCO 132211)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    Flower Grower
    (ANZSCO 121212)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals), or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Fruit or Nut Grower 
     (ANZSCO 121213)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals), or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.    
    12 and 26
    Grain, Oilseed or Pasture Grower (Aus) / Field Crop Grower (NZ) 
     (ANZSCO 121214)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Grape Grower
    (ANZSCO 121215)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Graphic Designer 
     (ANZSCO 232411)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years full time relevant work experience. 20
    Hair or Beauty Salon Manager 
     (ANZSCO 142114)

    Excludes positons:

    • that predominantly involve hair dressing or beauty therapy related non-managerial tasks; or
    • in businesses that employ fewer than five full-time employees.
    13
    Hairdresser 
     (ANZSCO 391111)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    Horse Breeder 
     (ANZSCO 121316)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Hotel or Motel Manager
    (ANZSCO 141311)
    Excludes positions which predominantly have responsibility for managing hotel or motel staff.  
     Note: The caveat does not exclude positions that predominately involve responsibility for organising and controlling the operations of a hotel or motel that may have limited duties requiring management of hotel or motel staff but is not the main function of the position.
    19
    ICT Project Manager
    (ANZSCO 135112)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    ICT Support Engineer
    (ANZSCO 263212)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    ICT Systems Test Engineer 
     (ANZSCO 263213)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    Information and Organisation Professionals (nec) 
    (ANZSCO 224999)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    Livestock Farmers(nec)
    (ANZSCO 121399)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Management Consultant 
     (ANZSCO 224711)

    Excludes positions in businesses that:

    • have an annual turnover of less than $1M; or
    • in businesses that have fewer than five employees.
    21
    Marketing Specialist
    (ANZSCO 225113)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • based in a front-line retail setting
    • that predominately involve direct client transactional interaction on a regular basis
    • with businesses than have an annual turnover of less than $1M
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $65,000.
    10
    Massage Therapist 
    (ANZSCO 411611)

    Excludes positions that:

    • are non full-time; or
    • are not based in a therapeutic setting; or
    • involve the provision of  non-medical relaxation massage.
    14
    Mechanical Engineering Technician 
     (ANZSCO 312512)
    Excludes positions relating to mobile phone repairs. 22
    Mixed Crop & Livestock Farmer 
    (ANZSCO 121411)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Mixed Crop Farmer 
    (ANZSCO 121216)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Mixed Livestock Farmer  
     (ANZSCO 121317)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Pastrycook 
    (ANZSCO 351112)    

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • related to mass or standardised production, including positions based in a franchise or factory, as opposed to specialist production
    • that involve full or partial production of food product for distribution to another  location
    • that predominantly involve the use of pre-prepared food product from another location.
    7
    Pig Farmer 
     (ANZSCO 121318)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.  
    12 and 26
    Poultry Farmer 
    (ANZSCO 121321)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Primary Products Inspectors (nec)
    (ANZSCO 311399)
    Excludes positions that are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast 26
    Production Manager (Forestry) 
    (ANZSCO 133511)
    Excludes positions that are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast 26
    Recruitment Consultant 
    (ANZSCO 223112)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • in businesses that have an annual turnover of less than $1M;
    • in businesses that have fewer than five employees;
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $65,000.
    23
    Sales and Marketing Manager 
    (ANZSCO 131112)

    Excludes of the following positions:

    • based in a front-line retail setting;
    • that predominately involve direct client transactional interaction on a regular basis;
    • with businesses than have an annual turnover of less than $1M;
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $65,000.
    10
    Sheep Farmer 
    (ANZSCO 121322)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Software Tester 
    (ANZSCO 261314)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    Sugar Cane Grower 
    (ANZSCO 121217)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Supply and Distribution Manager 
    (ANZSCO 133611)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • in businesses that have an annual turnover of less than $1M;
    • in businesses that have fewer than five employees;
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $65,000.
    23
    Technical Sales Representatives(nec) including, but not limited to, education sales representatives 
    (ANZSCO 225499)

    Excludes any of the following positions:

    • based in a front-line retail setting;
    • based in a call centre and do not require a significant technical knowledge of products;
    • predominantly involve selling educational courses to individual students; and
    • that have a nominated base salary of less than $65,000.
    15
    Transport Company Manager 
    (ANZSCO 149413)

    Excludes ant of the following positions that are:

    • truck driver positions;
    • fleet manager positions;
    • container controller positions;
    • positions in businesses that have an annual turnover of less than $1M;
    • positions in businesses that have fewer than five employees.
    16
    University Lecturer (Suitable for the position of Research Associate or Research Fellow in a University) 
    (ANZSCO 242111)
    Excludes positions that do not require a minimum of two years relevant work experience. 20
    Vegetable Grower (Aus) / Market Gardener (NZ) 
    (ANZSCO 121221)

    Excludes positions that:

    • predominantly involve low skilled tasks (e.g. fruit picking or packing, feeding of livestock or animals); or
    • are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, the Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast.
    12 and 26
    Wine Maker 
    (ANZSCO 234213)
    Excludes positions that are not located in regional Australia – that is, positions located in: Sydney, Newcastle, Wollongong, Melbourne metropolitan area, Greater Brisbane area, or the Gold Coast. 26
     

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