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Overseas Skills Registry – a new way to connect with Victorian employers


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Old 11-18-2013, 12:57 AM
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Post Overseas Skills Registry – a new way to connect with Victorian employers

Skilled migrants and overseas qualified professionals have a new way to connect with Victorian employers.

The Victorian Government’s Overseas Skills Registry is a new online initiative service that connects skilled migrants and overseas qualified professionals with Victorian employers who have vacancies in areas of demand.

The Overseas Skills Registry features skilled workers with occupations currently in high demand in Victoria. All registry candidates are living in Victoria with a work visa and either an Australian skills assessment or Australian qualifications.

Overseas qualified professionals and skilled migrants create a profile of their professional skills, qualifications and work experience on the registry.

Victorian employers will be able to access the registry and make contact directly with individuals who have registered.

The registry is currently open to two specific groups of skilled workers: state nominated skilled migrants and international student graduates with previous professional work experience. The registry will be open to other overseas qualified professionals and tradespeople by December 2013.

Find out more about the Overseas Skills Registry at the liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au website


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Overseas Skills Registry - now open to more skilled workers living in Victoria

The Overseas Skills Registry has extended its services to a broader group of skilled workers. Overseas qualified professionals, with skills in demand and a permanent Australian visa or relevant temporary or provisional (leading to permanent) visa, can now use the registry to connect with Victorian employers.

The registry is open to overseas qualified professionals, Victorian nominated skilled migrants and international student graduates with previous professional work experience. Eligible skilled workers are invited to create an online profile of their skills, qualifications and experience. There is no charge to use this service.

Find out more about the Overseas Skills Registry at the liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au website


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