Australian employers can sponsor overseas skilled workers to work in Australia on a temporary or permanent basis and check worker entitlements.
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Helps match potential skilled migrants with skilled vacancies in Australia. The database contains the educational, employment and work details of skilled migrants and includes many who are interested in living and working in regional Australia.
<!– Success story –>Lawfully operating Australian employers can sponsor and employ skilled workers who have recognised qualifications and skills/or experience in particular occupations required in Australia.
There are a number of ways in which an employer may sponsor an overseas trained doctor or nurse on a permanent or temporary basis.
Labour Agreements are formal arrangements to recruit a number of overseas skilled workers on a permanent or temporary basis.
Information about options available to encourage skilled migrants or temporary entrants to live and work in areas outside of Australia’s major cities.
Professionals, trainees or apprentices from outside Australia can be sponsored by Australian employers on a temporary basis to improve their work skills, business and/or management development.
From August 2007 it will be an offence under the Migration Act 1958 for a person to knowingly or recklessly allow an illegal worker to work or refer an illegal worker for work with another business.
Registered Australian organisations can check aspects of a person’s Australian immigration status.
Prospective employees can get an assessment of occupational qualifications, skills or experience gained overseas. Also find state-specific licensing and registration requirements.
Expos are being held worldwide to help meet the current skills shortage in Australia. Australian employers can participate in the expos and meet people with the skills and experience needed to fill job vacancies in Australia.
The Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL). Occupations and specialisations, identified by the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR), that are in short supply in Australia.
Industry outreach officers are outposted to industry groups to give expert support to employers who want to employ skilled overseas workers.