Electrical Engineer - 233311

Previously referred to in ASCO as:
2125-11

 

Job description

Designs, develops and supervises the manufacture, installation, operation and maintenance of equipment, machines and systems for the generation, distribution, utilisation and control of electric power.

Skill level

This occupation has a level of skill commensurate with a Bachelor degree or higher qualification. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1).

If you require further information on this occupation, please refer to the Australian Bureau of Statistics website.
See: Unit Group 2333 - Electrical Engineers

Information on the skill level of each occupation is consistent with the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) and may differ from the requirements set by the assessing authorities for obtaining a skills assessment. Please contact the relevant assessing authority for your nominated occupation to check on their requirements.

Program eligibility

Applicants in this occupation may be eligible for skilled migration under the following programs: Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS), Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS), Points Based Skilled Migration visa, Temporary Business (Long Stay) (Subclass 457).
See:
Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186)
Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187)
SkillSelect (Points Based Skilled Migration visa)
Temporary Business (Long Stay) - Standard Business Sponsorship (Subclass 457)

A skills assessment is only required for certain visa subclasses in the skilled migration program. Please check whether a skills assessment is required for the visa subclass you want to apply for before contacting the relevant assessing authority.

Under the General Skilled Migration program, some occupations may only be available for state or territory government agency nomination. For a complete list of occupations, refer to the Skilled Occupation List (SOL).
See: Skilled Occupation Lists (Formerly Known as Form 1121i)

Skills assessment authority

Before you can migrate to Australia as a skilled migrant you must have your skills assessed by the relevant national assessment authority. The assessment authority for your occupation is Engineers Australia.
See: Engineers Australia

If you want to claim points for your qualifications and/or work experience in your nominated or closely related occupation you should forward all the relevant documents to the relevant skills assessing authority. Based on your documents, the assessing authority will provide advice to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship on your qualifications and/or work experience. The department will consider this advice when awarding points for your qualifications and work experience.

Note: If your qualifications are not in a relevant field to your nominated occupation and you want to claim points, the assessing authority will be unable to provide advice to the department. In these circumstances, the department will make a determination of how many points will be awarded to your qualifications.

Licensing or registration requirements

In many occupations you must be registered with, or obtain a licence from, a government agency or authority in the state or territory in which you want to practise your occupation. Contact the appropriate authority in the state or territory to enquire about the licensing or registration requirements.

Victoria

Registration is compulsory if working in the building industry and approving designs.

Building Commission
See: Building Commission

Queensland

Professional engineers whose work is not supervised by a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland must be registered to practise in Queensland.

Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland
See: The Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland

Tasmania

Licensing is compulsory for engineers who wish to contract directly with their own clients for work over AUD5 000 that needs a building permit.

Workplace Standards Australia
See: Workplace Standards Australia

Victoria

Professional engineers working in the building industry must be registered as building practitioners with the Building Commission
See: Building Commission

Northern Territory

Professional engineers working in the building industry must be registered as building practitioners with the Building Practitioners Board 
See: Building Practitioners Board

New South Wales

Engineers providing assessment under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act require accreditation by the Building Professionals Board 
See: Building Professionals Board

National

The National Professional Engineers Register (NPER) is widely recognised throughout Australia and, in many cases, is accepted as evidence of the required qualifications and competencies for registration under state and territory registration schemes (see above).  NPER is administered by Engineers Australia under advice from the National Engineering Registration Board
See: National Engineering Registration Board

Professional associations

You may benefit from becoming a member of a relevant industry association for your occupation. This could help you with your employment prospects, networking, contact with industry and professional development and may provide you with important information and support.

Engineers Australia
See: Engineers Australia

Territories Applicable

Tasmania

Victoria

Northern Territory

New South Wales

 

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