How ICT Business and Systems Analysts Can Apply for Australia Immigration

Australia’s immigration priorities are abundantly clear – they want the best and brightest from across the world to enter the country and contribute to the economy. This is why the occupation of an aspiring immigrant largely impacts the Australia immigration procedure. Since Australia has a limited workforce, the government welcomes immigrants to fill job vacancies in fields that are facing skills shortages.

For this reason, ICT Business Analysts (ANZSCO 261111) and Systems Analysts (ANZSCO 261112) are two of most widely in-demand occupations in Australia, and are included in the Skilled Occupation List. These occupations feature on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List, which means that demand for foreign nationals qualified to perform these jobs exists all across Australia, not only in specific states or regions.

ICT Business and System Analysts in Australia work in collaboration with users to develop systems requirements, plans and documentation; evaluate and review systems; design and update systems – to fulfill business needs. Generally, people need a bachelor’s degree or a higher qualification to practice these occupations. Relevant work experience may also be required. Formal qualifications can be substituted for at least 5 years of relevant work experience/certification.

Another compulsory requirement to apply for temporary or permanent residence in Australia is that foreign skilled workers must undergo a skills assessment through an assessing authority, to prove the Australian equivalency of their credentials. The assessing authority for ICT Business and Systems Analysts is the Australian Computer Society.

In order to be considered an ICT Business and Systems Analyst according to Australian standards, the applicant must have performed the following work duties in their job:

  • Work with users to create and record business requirements.
  • Identify, investigate and analyze business practices, procedures, and processes.
  • Identify and evaluate inefficiencies, recommend optimal work practices, system behavior and functionality.
  • Develop project plans through management techniques, principles and methodologies; and manage, cost and resource projects.
  • Deploy functional solutions like developing, adopting, and executing system test plans to ensure system quality and integrity.
  • Create training and user documentation, and conduct training sessions.
  • Develop functional specifications for system developers.
  • Use process and data modelling techniques for creating clear specifications to design and develop system software.
  • Act as a central source of information and reference, guide and assist decision making for the system project.

People who have experience in conducting these tasks, and the required qualifications, may be eligible for the following visas:

  • Employer Nomination Scheme Visa
  • Skilled Independent Visa – Points-tested Stream
  • Skilled Nominated Visa
  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa
  • Training Visa
  • Temporary Graduate Visa – Graduate Work Stream
  • Temporary Skill Shortage Visa
  • Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa

 

It is important to note that each visa pathway has different eligibility criteria. Candidates must fulfill every parameter in ordered to be considered under a visa category. The documentation requirements and application procedure also vary, depending on the pathway. This is where hiring a consultant can prove essential for visa approval. Trained consultants suggest an ideal visa, guide you through the requirements, and navigate the entire process on your behalf.

Abhinav Outsourcings has more than 25 years of experience, and an 85% success rate for Australia immigration applications. With legitimate practices and several precedents of helping IT professionals make Australia their permanent abode, we are your best bet for moving to the Land Down Under.

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