Are you a Computer Network and Systems Engineer, and keen to work out-of-the-country? If YES, you would be possibly perhaps delighted to know that Australia presently requires professionals like you even as your profession finds due mention in the Australian & New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) 261311.
You could be accepted for a lower required pass mark in your points-grid work permit evaluation, & for priority processing, to fast-track your submission for work permit.
What Computer Network and Systems Engineer Does
Among others, he:
- Studies, develops, interprets & examines difficult system blueprints & architecture specifications, data models & illustrations in the development, integration, & configuration of the computer systems;
- Studies, investigates, examines & checks network infrastructure, to make certain that networks are duly arranged to operate at the best possible performance;
- Proffers expert skills in supporting & troubleshooting network issues & and urgent situations;
- Examines & offers advice related to improving network operations and integrated software, hardware, communications & operating systems;
- Offers network programming to shore-up particular business necessities & needs;
This profession has a level of skill which is proportionate with a Bachelor Degree or superior qualification. Not less than 5 years of applicable experience could replace the proper qualification. In certain cases, along with the recognized qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1), germane experience--and/or on-the-job training-could be required.
The candidates in this profession could be qualified for skilled migration, via these visa-programs: Temporary Business (Long Stay) (Subcategory 457), Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS), Points Based Skilled Migration Permit, & Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS).