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Western Australian Skilled Migration
Occupation List
Skilled Sponsored Visa (SSV) - Subclass 176 (Offshore) and 886
(Onshore)
Skilled Regional Sponsored (Provisional) Visa (SRSV) - Subclass
475 (Offshore) and 487 (Onshore)
Applicants who have a skill listed on the Western Australian Skilled Migration Occupation List
(WASMOL) may be eligible to apply for Western Australian State Sponsorship.
These occupations do not relate to any specific job vacancies, nor represent any guarantee of a job in these occupations, but rather identify skills that are in demand for industry sectors in Western Australia.
State Sponsorship applicants will have to compete with all potential employees in the Western
Australian labour market in a normal competitive selection process to secure any available or advertised job. ANZSCO
CODE

SKILLED OCCUPATION

ASSESSING AUTHORITY

SOL
POINTS

STATUS

Managers (View criteria below)
133111

Construction Project Manager

VETASSESS

50

Available

133211

Engineering Manager

Engineers Australia/AIM

60

Available

133513

Production Manager (Mining)

VETASSESS

50

Available

133611

Supply and Distribution Manager

AIM

60

Available

134111

Child Care Centre Manager

TRA

60

Available

134212

Nursing Clinical Director

ANMC

60

Available

135111

Chief Information Officer

ACS

60

Available

Professionals (View criteria below)
221111

Accountant (General)

CPA/ICAA/NIA

60

Not
Available

231111

Aeroplane Pilot

CASA

60

Available

231113

Flying Instructor

VETASSESS

50

Available

231114

Helicopter Pilot

CASA/VETASSESS

60

Available

231212

Ship's Engineer

AMSA

40

Available

231213

Ship's Master

AMSA

40

Available

232111

Architect

AACA

60

Available

232112

Landscape Architect

VETASSESS

50

Available

232212

Surveyor

SSSI (formerly known as
ISA)

60

Available

232611

Urban and Regional Planner

VETASSESS

50

Available

ANZSCO
CODE

SKILLED OCCUPATION

ASSESSING AUTHORITY

SOL
POINTS

STATUS

233111

Chemical Engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

233211

Civil Engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

233212

Geotechnical Engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

233213

Quantity Surveyor

AIQS

60

Available

233311

Electrical Engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

233411

Electronics Engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

233512

Mechanical Engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

233513

Production or Plant Engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

233611

Mining Engineer (excluding
Petroleum)

Engineers Australia

60

Available

233612

Petroleum Engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

234211

Chemist

VETASSESS

50

Available

234411

Geologist

VETASSESS

50

Available

234611

Medical Laboratory Scientist

AIMS

60

Available

234711

Veterinarian

AVBC

60

Available

234912

Metallurgist

VETASSESS

50

Available

251211

Medical Diagnostic Radiographer

AIR

60

Available

251212

Medical Radiation Therapist

AIR

60

Available

251213

Nuclear Medicine Technologist

ANZSNM

60

Available

251214

Sonographer

AIR

60

Available

251311

Environmental Health Officer

VETASSESS

50

Available

251411

Optometrist

OCANZ

60

Available

251513

Retail Pharmacist

APharmC/COPRA/APEC

60

Available

252111

Chiropractor

CCEA

60

Available

252311

Dental Specialist

ADC

60

Available

252312

Dentist

ADC

60

Available

252411

Occupational Therapist

OTC (formerly known as
COTRB)

60

Available

252511

Physiotherapist

APC

60

Available

252611

Podiatrist

APodC/ANZPAC

60

Available

252711

Audiologist

VETASSESS

50

Available

252712

Speech Pathologist

SPAA

60

Available

254111

Midwife

ANMC

60

Available

254411

Nurse Practitioner

ANMC

60

Available

254412

Registered Nurse (Aged Care)

ANMC

60

Available

254413

Registered Nurse (Child and Family ANMC

60

Available

ANZSCO
CODE

SKILLED OCCUPATION

ASSESSING AUTHORITY

SOL
POINTS

STATUS

Health)
254414

Registered Nurse (Community
Health)

ANMC

60

Available

254415

Registered Nurse (Critical Care and
Emergency)

ANMC

60

Available

254417

Registered Nurse (Disability and
Rehabilitation)

ANMC

60

Available

254418

Registered Nurse (Medical)

ANMC

60

Available

254421

Registered Nurse (Medical Practice) ANMC

60

Available

254422

Registered Nurse (Mental Health)

ANMC

60

Available

254423

Registered Nurse (Perioperative)

ANMC

60

Available

254424

Registered Nurse (Surgical)

ANMC

60

Available

254499

Registered Nurses nec

ANMC

60

Available

261111

ICT Business Analyst

ACS

60

Available

263311

Telecommunications engineer

Engineers Australia

60

Available

272112

Drug and Alcohol Counsellor

VETASSESS

50

Available

272311

Clinical Psychologist

APS

60

Available

272511

Social Worker

AASW

60

Available

Technicians and Trade Workers (View criteria below)
311411

Chemistry Technician

VETASSESS

40

Available

312111

Architectural Draftsperson

VETASSESS

40

Available

312112

Building Associate

VETASSESS

40

Available

312116

Surveying or Cartographic
Technician

VETASSESS

40

Available

312211

Civil Engineering Draftsperson

VETASSESS

40

Available

312212

Civil Engineering Technician

VETASSESS

40

Available

312311

Electrical Engineering Draftsperson

Engineers Australia

40

Available

312312

Electrical Engineering Technician

TRA

40

Available

312411

Electronic Engineering Draftsperson Engineers Australia

40

Available

312412

Electronic Engineering Technician

TRA

40

Available

312511

Mechanical Engineering
Draftsperson

Engineers Australia

40

Available

312512

Mechanical Engineering Technician TRA

40

Available

312912

Metallurgical or Materials
Technician

VETASSESS

40

Available

312913

Mine Deputy

VETASSESS

40

Available

313213

Telecommunications Network

Engineers Australia

40

Available

ANZSCO
CODE

SKILLED OCCUPATION

ASSESSING AUTHORITY

SOL
POINTS

STATUS

Planner
313214

Telecommunications Technical
Officer or Technologist

Engineers Australia

40

Available

321111

Automotive Electrician

TRA

60

Available

321211

Motor Mechanic (General)

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

321212

Diesel Motor Mechanic

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

321214

Small engine mechanic

TRA

60

Available

322114

Metal Casting Trades Worker

TRA

60

Available

322211

Sheetmetal Trades Worker

TRA

60

Available

322311

Metal Fabricator

TRA

60

Available

322312

Pressure Welder

TRA

60

Available

322313

Welder (First Class)

TRA

60

Available

323211

Fitter (General)

TRA

60

Available

323214

Metal Machinist (First Class)

TRA

60

Available

323299

Metal Fitters and Machinists nec

TRA

60

Available

323313

Locksmith

TRA

60

Available

323314

Precision Instrument Maker and
Repairer

TRA

60

Available

323412

Toolmaker

TRA

60

Available

331111

Bricklayer

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

331211

Carpenter and Joiner

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

331212

Carpenter

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

331213

Joiner

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

332111

Floor Finisher

TRA

60

Available

332211

Painting Trades Worker

TRA

60

Available

333111

Glazier

TRA

60

Available

333211

Fibrous Plasterer

TRA

60

Available

333212

Solid Plasterer

TRA

60

Available

333311

Roof Tiler

TRA

60

Available

333411

Wall and Floor Tiler

TRA

60

Available

334111

Plumber (General)

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

334112

Airconditioning and Mechanical
Services Plumber

TRA

60

Available

334113

Drainer

TRA

60

Available

334114

Gasfitter

TRA

60

Available

334115

Roof Plumber

TRA

60

Available

ANZSCO
CODE

SKILLED OCCUPATION

ASSESSING AUTHORITY

SOL
POINTS

STATUS

341111

Electrician (General)

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

341112

Electrician (Special Class)

TRA

60

Available

341113

Lift Mechanic

TRA

60

Available

342111

Airconditioning and Refrigeration
Mechanic

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

342211

Electrical Linesworker

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

342212

Technical Cable Jointer

TRA/VETASSESS

60

Available

342313

Electronic Equipment Trades
Worker

TRA

60

Available

342314

Electronic Instrument Trades Worker
TRA
(General)

60

Available

342413

Telecommunications Linesworker

TRA

60

Available

342414

Telecommunications Technician

TRA

60

Available

351311

Chef

TRA

60

Available

351411

Cook

TRA

60

Not
Available

Criteria for Managers and Professionals
If you are looking to apply for state sponsorship from the Government of Western Australia you will need to have an occupation on the Western Australian Skilled Migration Occupation list (WASMOL); meet Western Australia's criteria for your occupation and meet the Department of Immigration and
Citizenship's criteria for General Skilled Migration.
Visa subclass

176

886

475

487

IELTS*

7

7

7

7

Work experience 7 years 18 months 5 years 3 years *International English Language Testing System
All Managers and Professionals will require a high level of English skills. This level, deemed proficient, is an IELTS score of 7 across all four bands reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Special conditions
Working holiday visa (Subclass 417)

To meet the above work experience criteria, holders of a working holiday visa will need to have been previously employed in their nominated occupation in their home country before working in their nominated occupation while onshore on a qualifying visa.

Skilled – Sponsored (residence) visa (subclass 886)
Students will need to hold a skilled-graduate (temporary) visa (subclass 485) before applying for 886
State sponsorship.
Students who hold a skilled-graduate (temporary) visa (subclass 485) applying to Western Australia for sponsorship on a skilled - sponsored (residence) visa (subclass 886) will need 18 months work experience in their nominated occupation after gaining their qualification. Work experience will need to be gained in Western Australia on a full time, continuous basis.

Criteria for Technicians and Trade Workers
If you are looking to apply for state sponsorship from the Government of Western Australia you will need to have an occupation on the Western Australian Skilled Migration Occupation list (WASMOL); meet Western Australia's criteria for your occupation and meet the Department of Immigration and
Citizenship's criteria for General Skilled Migration.
Visa sublass

176

886

475

487

IELTS*

6

6

6

6

Work experience 7 years 18 months 5 years 3 years *International English Language Testing System
All Technicians and Trade Workers are required to achieve an IELTS score of 6 across all four bands reading, writing, listening and speaking.

Special conditions
Pilot for food trades
There are a large number of applications in the food trades currently in the Department of Immigration and Citizenship processing pipeline. Despite this, these occupations have been retained on the
WASMOL due to forecasted demand over the next four years.
State Migration WA will pilot the use of a panel of industry experts to determine employability of chefs and cooks. State sponsorship will be based on meeting the criteria for technicians and trades and the recommendation of the panel.

Working holiday visa (Subclass 417)
To meet the above work experience criteria, holders of a working holiday visa will need to have been previously employed in their nominated occupation in their home country before working in their nominated occupation while onshore on a qualifying visa.

Skilled – Sponsored (residence) visa (subclass 886)
Students will need to hold a skilled-graduate (temporary) visa (subclass 485) before applying for 886
State sponsorship.
Students who hold a skilled-graduate (temporary) visa (subclass 485) applying to Western Australia for sponsorship on a skilled - sponsored (residence) visa (subclass 886) will need 18 months work experience in their nominated occupation after gaining their qualification. Work experience will need to be gained in Western Australia on a full time, continuous basis.

Criteria for off-list nominations
If an applicant’s occupation does not appear on the WASMOL but is on the Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s Schedule 4 – Skilled Occupation List, the State is able to consider the applicant as an off-list nomination for state sponsorship.

ONSHORE APPLICANTS
Applicants may qualify for state sponsorship for an off-list nomination if they are working onshore and hold a qualifying visa i.e. employer sponsored.
CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OFF-LIST NOMINATION
(Onshore)
* 176

475

487

IELTS

7 in each band

7 in each band

7 in each band

Work experience 7 out of the last 5 out of the last 3 out of the last
10 years
7 years
5 years

Visa subclass

Working here for 12 months
Employment
and employment
Contract
for further 12 months Working here for 12 months and employment for further 12 months * Eligible visa holders applying onshore

Working here for 12 months and employment for further 12 months OFFSHORE APPLICANTS
CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OFF-LIST NOMINATION
(Offshore)
Visa subclass

176

475

IELTS

7

7

Work experience

10 years

7 years

Job Offer

Yes

Yes

All off-list applicants (Offshore) will require a high level of English skills. A level deemed proficient, is an IELTS score of 7 across all four bands reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Please note - Graduate students will not be considered for an off-list.

Special conditions
Working holiday visa (Subclass 417)
To meet the above work experience criteria, holders of a working holiday visa will need to have been previously employed in their nominated occupation in their home country before working in their nominated occupation while onshore on a qualifying visa.…...

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