Are you a trained Valuer, and keen to work overseas? If YES, you would be possibly 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) 224512.
You could make the cut for a lower needed pass mark in your points-structure work permit appraisal, and for priority processing, to fast-track your submission filed for work permit.
What Valuer does
- Offers counsel on property & land funding & assessment issues;
- Gives asset regulation services for the administration and the usage of property & land;
- Studies and proffers advice on the management and exploitation of property & land; builds-up and executes sales & leasing tenders for business land & property;
- Scrutinizes property & land investments;
- Controls land & property portfolios and business property expansions;
- Inspects property, picks-up ways of valuation, and presents written evaluations;
- Calculates values, via going through the existing market requirement, state of goods, prospective trends & related issues; and
- Proffers proof in the court proceedings, arbitrates on assessment issues & gives rental determinations for negotiation objects.
This profession has a level of skill which is proportionate with a Bachelor or superior qualification. A bare minimum of 5 years of applicable experience could replace the official qualification. In certain cases, germane experience and/or first-hand training could be needed, apart from the official qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1).
The candidates in this profession could be eligible for trained migration, via these visa schemes: Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS), Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS), Temporary Business (Long Stay) (Subcategory 457), and Points Based Skilled Migration visa.