For engineers looking to permanently migrate to Australia, the demands and requirements mentioned under the Australia New Zealand Standard Classification of Organisations (ANZSCO) codes must be referred to, to understand its criteria for giving job permit to immigrants. Detailed information about these codes can be accessed on either the website of Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship or the website of ACACIA Immigration Australia. If you are an applicant, please go through the ANZSCO codes as selecting the right occupation category will fetch marks in the Australian Migration Skill Assessment (MSA) test.


To clear the MSA, the applicant has to prepare a CDR (Competency Demonstration Report) which contains the documents to prove the credibility of his educational qualifications and work experiences. A lot of points are scored based on this CDR report so the applicant has to be sure that the data provided in here is accurate. It should be authentic and without plagiarism. To ensure best quality CDR reports,CDR Help Writing Services Australia is often availed by applicants. is one of the best consultants for CDR writing.


The first website has information regarding the eligibility for each occupation along with the names of the assessing body, skilled occupation points, skilled occupation list and consolidated sponsored occupation list. The second website, ACACIA Immigration Australia, contains details regarding the general tasks and occupation codes for Australian migration.


The ANZSCO occupation codes not only list the requirements of general engineering schools like electrical, civil, mechanical, etc but also of some industry type jobs like transport engineering, water engineering, power engineering, etc. In case an applicant’s occupation isn’t mentioned in the ANZSCO list of occupations, the applicant will have to categorise his occupation based on his engineering skill. For example, if the applicant is involved with designing train tracks and ensuring their proper functioning, their occupation will fall under civil engineering category.


Given below are the ANZSCO codes and brief descriptions of the general engineering disciplines.


233111 Chemical Engineer
Chemical Engineers engage in designing hosts of different chemical projects and control systems, test the quality of the fuel transfer, continuously monitor processes and products to make them highly efficient, diagnose defects in machinery or the chemicals and try to make their utmost effort in reducing environmental pollution and use methods which lead to the overall efficient functioning in the plant unit.


233211 Civil Engineer
Civil Engineers are in charge of planning, designing, being in charge of construction and the maintenance of dams, bridges, water and gas supply lines, sewers, etc.


233311 Electrical Engineer
Electrical Engineers design, develop, manufacture, install and fit electrical devices. They’re also supposed to provide service maintenance of different electrical gadgets and improve electric machinery systems, energy recourses equipments and systems for the production, deployment, distribution and application.


233411 Electronics Engineer
The engineers here design, develop, adapt, install, test and maintain electronic components, equipment and circuits that are used for both computer communication setup and systems as well as other industrial and transport systems.


233511 Industrial Engineer
The Mechanical Engineer in Australia plans, designs, organises and reviews the entire mechanical system of plant units and maintains their mechanical equipment and processes.


233512 Mechanical Engineer
The Mechanical Engineer in Australia plans, designs, organises and reviews the entire mechanical system of plant units and maintains their mechanical equipment and processes.


233513 Production Engineer/ Plant Engineer
The Production Engineer is expected to plan, construct, observe, modify, measure and analyze working programs samples and regulate the cost of the effective functioning of the different machine parts and equipments in the industrial plants and manufacturing sites.


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