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Managers - Occupations list

SOL - Managers & Administrators - Australian Migration Requirements

Please read the qualifying criteria before moving on to the occupations

Managers and Administrators listed on this page may apply for skilled migration to Australia.

MANAGERS AND ADMINISTRATORS head government, legislative, industrial, commercial, agricultural and other establishments, or departments within these organisations. They determine the policy of the organisation or department, and direct its functioning, through other managers, and coordinate economic, social, technical, legal and other policies.

All occupations in this major group have a level of skill commensurate with the equivalent of an Australian bachelor degree or higher qualification. Managers must have at least 5 years experience in senior management.

Tasks performed by Managers and Administrators typically include formulating, administering and reviewing the policy and legislation which determine the direction to be taken by the organisation they head; controlling, directing and participating in the activities of that organisation personally and through a hierarchy of managers and supervisors; establishing operational and administrative procedures; and controlling the selection of senior staff and the allocation of resources.

Occupation

ASCO Points
scored
General Manager [Chief Executive, Commissioner (Emergency Services), Director-General, Head of Armed Forces, Hospital Administrator, Managing Editor, Medical Superintendent, Secretary (Government Department), Trade Union Secretary] 1112-11

60

Construction Project Manager [Building and Construction Manager]

1191-11

50

Project Builder [Professional Builder]

1191-13

50

Finance Manager [Finance Director, Financial Controller, Chief Accountant, Credit Manager, Divisional Finance Manager, Treasurer (except Government)]

1211-11

60

Company Secretary

1212-11

50

Human Resource Manager [Personnel and Employee Relations Manager, Occupational Health and Safety Manager, Organisation and Methods Manager, Training and Development Manager]

1213-11

60

Engineering Manager

1221-11

60

Medical Administrator [Medical Manager, Director of Medical Services, Medical Superintendent] 1292-13

50

Production Manager (Manufacturing) [Plant Manager (Manufacturing), Works Manager (Manufacturing)]

1222-11

50

Production Manager (Mining) [Mine Manager, Mine Superintendent]

1222-13

50

Supply And Distribution Manager

1223-11

60

Information Technology Manager [Computer Services Manager]

1224-11

60

Sales And Marketing Manager [Advertising Manager, Market Research Manager]

1231-11

60

Policy And Planning Manager [Public Policy Manager, Corporate Planning Manager, Strategic Planning Manager, Policy Development Manager]

1291-11

50

Director of Nursing [Senior Nurse Manager]

1292-11

60

Regional Education Manager [Schools Director]

1293-15

50

Education Managers (not elsewhere classified) [Project Coordinator (Education), Registrar (University or TAFE)

1293-79

50

Child care Co-ordinator [Child Care Centre Director, Child Care Centre Manager]

1295-11

50

Research and Development Manager

1299-11

50

Laboratory Manager

1299-13

50

Welfare Centre Manager [Welfare Project Manager]

1299-15

50

Environment, Parks and Land Care Manager

1299-17

50

Sports Administrator

1299-19

50

Specific occupation requirements

To be successfully assessed as a manager is not easy, and most likely the category most often failed by applicants.

Managers must have other managers reporting to them, and must generally be responsible for policy decisions and company direction to be approved

Typically, small business (under 15 staff) managers are not approved � but there are many other potential occupations for people in this category

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