Are you a Structural Engineer, and inspired with Australia immigration, for work purposes? If YES, you would be possibly pleased to know that at the present Australia requires trained professionals like you even as your profession finds due mention in the Australian & New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) 233214.
You could be accepted for a lower required pass mark in your points-grid work permit evaluation--and for priority processing--to fast-track your permit-submission presented for work permit.
What Structural Engineer Does
Among others, he:
- Decides construction techniques, goods & quality standards, and drafts and infers specifications, illustrations, plans, & construction processes;
- Systematizes and supervises site labour & the transportation of the construction goods, plant & equipment, and sets-up comprehensive programs for the management of site goings-on;
- Studies engineering & architectural illustrations/sketches & specifications to make an educated guess about complete expenditures, and comes-out with comprehensive cost plans;
- Examines structural arrangements for the dynamic & stationary loads;
- Keeps an eye on the changes to designs, examines effects on expenditure, and gauges, values & discusses changes to designs;
- Examines the present and future travel flow patterns on the basis of the populace swell and requirements change; and
- Designs structures to guarantee that they don’t fail, bend, twist and/or vibrate in uninvited manners.
This profession has a level of expertise even as the same is commensurate with a Bachelor Degree or superior qualification. In certain cases—apart from the prescribed qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level)-- related experience, and/or first-hand training could be expected.
The aspirants in the given profession could be qualified for trained movement through these permit-schemes: Temporary Business (Long Stay) (Subcategory 457), Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS), Points Based Skilled Migration Permit, & Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS).