Are you a Construction Project Manager, and eager to work abroad? If YES, you would be possibly pleased to know that Australia requires professionals like you even as your profession finds mention in the Australian & New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) 133111.
You could make the grade for a lower needed pass mark in your points-grid work permit evaluation, and for priority processing, to fast-track your submission filed for work permit.
What Construction Project Manager Does
- Understands architectural sketches & requirements;
- Organizes labour resources, and the procurement & transportation of goods, plant & tools;
- Fruitfully engages architects, engineering experts and other experts, and technical & trades manpower;
- Discusses with landlords, property developers & the subcontractors involved in the construction activities, to guarantee that projects are concluded timely & inside budget;
- Arranges tenders & contract offers;
- Operates & executes coordinated work timetables for sites;
- Makes certain obedience to building laws and standards of performance, quality, expenditure and safety;
- Arranges the presentation of plans to local authorities;
- Builds-up, through contract or subcontracts, dedicated building services;
- Arranges building examinations by local officials;
- Manages the standard & progress of the sub-contractors' performance.
This occupation has a level of skill which is proportionate with a Bachelor Degree or superior qualification. A bare minimum of 5 years of applicable experience could replace the proper qualification. In certain cases, germane experience, and/or first-hand training, could be expected, apart from the official qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1)
The aspirants in this vocation could be entitled for trained migration, via these schemes: Temporary Business (Long Stay) (Subcategory 457), Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS), Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS), & Points Based Skilled Migration visa.