Australia’s Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)

Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)

To qualify for skilled migration to Australia, you must select an occupation from the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL). Although, if you are applying for skilled migration through nomination by a State or Territory Government; you can select an occupation from the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).

You must note that all occupations used for immigration purposes are from the ANZSCO (Australia and New Zealand Skilled Classification of Occupations). On 18 April 2017, the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) was replaced by the MLTSSL below.

How To Identify The Occupation List To Use

Should you apply for a General Skilled Migration visa and NOT nominated by a State or Territory Government, you should nominate an occupation from this Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).

Should you apply for a General Skilled Migration visa and ARE nominated by a State or Territory Government, you must select an occupation from either this Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) OR the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).

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See below for the latest Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List:

Australian Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (Updated 03/07/2017)
With the emphasis on their Occupation, ANZSCO Code and Assessing Authority

Construction project manager – 133111 – VETASSESS
Project builder – 133112 – VETASSESS
Engineering manager – 133211 – Engineers Australia/AIM
Production Manager (Mining) – 133513 – VETASSESS
Child Care center manager – 134111 – TRA
Medical administrator – 134211 – VETASSESS
Nursing clinical director – 134212 – ANMAC
Primary health organization manager – 134213 – ANMAC
Welfare center manager – 134214 – VETASSESS
Accountant (general) – 221111 – CPA/ICAA/NIA
Management accountant – 221112 – CPA/ICAA/NIA
Taxation accountant – 221113 – CPA/ICAA/NIA
External auditor – 221213 – CPA/ICAA/NIA
Internal auditor – 221214 – VETASSESS
Actuary – 224111 – VETASSESS
Land economist – 224511 – VETASSESS
Valuer – 224512 – VETASSESS
Architect – 232111 – AACA
Landscape architect – 232112 – VETASSESS
Cartographer – 232213 – VETASSESS
Other Spatial Scientist – 232214 – VETASSESS
Surveyor – 232212 – SSSI
Chemical engineer – 233111 – Engineers Australia
Materials engineer – 233112 – Engineers Australia
Civil engineer – 233211 – Engineers Australia
Geotechnical engineer – 233212 – Engineers Australia
Quantity surveyor – 233213 – AIQS
Structural engineer – 233214 – Engineers Australia
Transport engineer – 233215 – Engineers Australia
Electrical engineer – 233311 – Engineers Australia
Electronics engineer – 233411 – Engineers Australia
Industrial engineer – 233511 – Engineers Australia
Mechanical engineer 233512 – Engineers Australia
Plant or Production – 233513 – Engineers Australia
Aeronautical engineer – 233911 – Engineers Australia
Agricultural engineer – 233912 – Engineers Australia
Biomedical engineer – 233913 – Engineers Australia
Engineering technologist – 233914 – Engineers Australia
Environmental engineer – 233915 – Engineers Australia
Naval architect – 233916 – Engineers Australia

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