Are you a Software Engineer--also known as Software Architect and/or Software Designer--and keen to work overseas? If YES, you would be perhaps glad to know that Australia requires professionals like you even as your profession finds due mention in the Australian & New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) 261313.
You could make the grade for a lower required pass mark in your points-grid work permit evaluation, and for priority processing, to fast-track your petition filed for work permit.
What Software Engineer Does
Among others, he:
- Studies, consults, examines & assesses system program requirements;
- Tests, debugs, analyzes & gets rid of errors and mistakes in an applications programming language inside set testing procedures, guidelines & quality standards, to guarantee that applications & programs perform properly;
- Identifies technology restrictions & and deficiencies in the accessible systems and related procedures, processes & ways;
- Writes & preserves program code to fulfill system needs, system blueprints & technical specifications; and
- Offers counsel, direction and know-how to come out with proposals & guidelines for software design activities, like financial appraisal & costings, for advising the procurements of software & upgrades.
This profession has a level of expertise, which is proportionate with a Bachelor Degree or superior qualification. Not less than 5 years of applicable experience could replace the recognized qualification. In certain cases, relevant experience--and/or first-hand training--could be sought, apart from the prescribed qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1).
The aspirants in this profession could be qualified for skilled movement, through these visa-schemes: Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS), Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS), Temporary Business (Long Stay) (Subcategory 457), & Points Based Skilled Migration Permit.