Engineering Professionals nec - ANZSCO 233999

This occupation group covers Engineering Professionals not elsewhere classified under other specific categories in ANZSCO.

Specialisation

  1. Acoustic Engineer
  2. Calibration Engineer
  3. Corrosion Engineer
  4. Fire Safety Engineer
  5. Mechatronics Engineer
  6. Product Design Engineer
  7. Safety Engineer
  8. Test and Activation Engineer (Naval Shipbuilding)

ANZSCO Structure

Major Group 2 - Professionals
Sub-Major Group 23 - Design, Engineering, Science and Transport Professionals
Minor Group 233 - Engineering Professionals
Unit Group 2339 - Other Engineering Professionals

Job Outlook

Weekly Earnings $2155
Work full time hours 89%
Growth expected in the next 5 years Strong
Gender share 12% FEMALE
Average full-time 43 Hours
Skill level rating Very high Skills
Average Age Male: 40.4
Female: 37.3
Persons: 40.0
Employed 2700

[See: Australian Bureau of Statistics 233999 Engineering Professionals - Employee Earnings and Hours, Australia, May 2016]

Required Skill Level For Engineering Professionals Migration

Skill level: 1

Indicative Skill Level 1 is the highest skill level in the ANZSCO Skill Level Classification. For Engineering Professionals in Unit Group 233999, a skill level 1 professional would typically possess a bachelor's degree or higher in engineering or a related field. They would also have at least five years of relevant work experience in a specialised area of engineering and advanced technical skills and knowledge. They excel in analysing complex engineering problems and developing innovative solutions.

Skill Assessment Authority

For Australia

In Australia, the Skills Assessment Authority for Engineering Professionals is Engineers Australia. Engineers Australia conducts a Competency Demonstration Report (CDR Report) assessment to determine whether an applicant's engineering qualifications and work experience are equivalent to Australian standards.

For New Zealand

In New Zealand, Engineering New Zealand assesses the skills, qualifications, and experience of Engineering Professionals who wish to migrate to New Zealand under the Skilled Migrant Category.

Skill Priority in 2023

The Skills Priority List (SPL) provides a detailed view of occupations that are facing a shortage at a national level and within different states and territories in Australia. It also gives information about the expected future demand for different professions.

  • S: Shortage
  • NS: No Shortage
  • R: Regional Shortage
National NSW VIC QLD SA WA TAS NT ACT Future Demand
S S S S S S S S S At Economy-Wide Average

Potential Visa Pathways For Engineering Professionals ANZSCO Code 233999

ANZSCO OCCUPATION SKILLS ASSESSMENT 189 190 485 491 (STATE) 491 (FAMILY) 186 (DIRECT) 407 (TRAINING) 494 (REGIONAL SPONSORED) 482 (TSS MEDIUM TERM)
233999 Engineering Professionals nec Engineers Australia

2022/12/08 Round Results

Lowest Points Score Invited subclass 189 (Points-tested stream) Lowest Points Score Invited Subclass 491 (Family Sponsored Regional)
Offshore: 90 Points Offshore: N/A
Onshore: 85 Points Onshore: N/A

2022/10/06 Round Results

Lowest Points Score Invited subclass 189 (Points-tested stream) Lowest Points Score Invited Subclass 491 (Family Sponsored Regional)
Offshore: 65 Points Offshore: 70 Points
Onshore: N/A Onshore: N/A

Unit Group 2339: Other Engineering Professionals

Occupations in Unit Group 2339

- Aeronautical Engineer 233911

- Agricultural Engineer 233912

- Biomedical Engineer 233913

- Engineering Technologist 233914

- Environmental Engineer 233915

- Naval Architect (Aus) / Marine Designer (NZ)

- Engineering Professionals nec 233999

The occupations of ANZSCO code in unit group 2339 are Aeronautical Engineer, Agricultural Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Engineering Technologists and Environmental Engineer. The unit group is also classified as "Other Engineering Professionals"

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics and Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Tasks to Perform for Engineering Professionals

  • Conducting research, analysis, and feasibility studies for engineering projects.
  • Designing, developing, and testing engineering systems, components, or processes.
  • Preparing technical reports, specifications, and drawings.
  • Providing technical advice and support to clients, colleagues, or stakeholders.
  • Managing and overseeing engineering projects, including budgeting and scheduling.
  • Ensuring compliance with relevant codes, standards, and regulations.
  • Evaluating and implementing new technologies or techniques.
  • Collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to achieve project objectives.
  • Conducting quality control and assurance procedures.

English Requirement

Test Minimum Score Requirement
IELTS 6 (Learning, Reading, Writing), 7 in Speaking, 7 overall
OET Minimum grade B in all sections
TOEFL iBT Learning: 12, Reading: 13, Writing: 21, S: 23, Overall: 93
PTE Academic 50 (Learning, Reading, Writing), 65 in Speaking, 65 overall

Exceptions

  1. Engineers with EA-accredited qualifications may have faster visa processing and potentially lower English language requirements.
  2. Engineering Professionals without formal qualifications but with significant work experience in engineering may still be eligible for skills assessments.
  3. Certain Australian states and territories offer migration programs with additional pathways for Engineering Professionals to relocate to regional areas.
  4. Age exemptions may apply to Engineering Professionals with specific work experience or employer sponsorship.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, a bachelor's degree or higher qualification in engineering or a related field is required.

Yes, relevant work experience in a specialised area of engineering is typically expected.

There are various specialised areas, such as civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and more.

Advanced technical skills, analytical abilities, problem-solving skills, communication skills, teamwork, and leadership skills are valuable.

Registration or licensing may be required depending on the specific engineering field and the region or country of practice.