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Old 06-12-2019, 04:40 PM
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Question Query on Skill Assessment - Reference Letter - ACS

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I have few questions related to Skill assessment for ACS. Would really appreciate your expert advice/suggestions.

1. Reference Letter: I had been with my previous organisation for 9 years, during which I served multiple roles(usual role changes/progressions). Now, while preparing the reference letter from this employer, do I need to explicitly mentioned each and every role served during the period with exact dates? Or, it would be acceptable by ACS to have the latest roles and responsibilities?

2. I am currently a Scrum Master with additional responsibility of a Technical product Manager(to find gaps in the existing processes and business). Wondering which ANZSCO job codes fits the best..is it 261311 - Analyst Programmer?


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I assume it depends on how much your responsibilities changed during the 9 years. If you started as a help desk specialist but are now a software engineer, I think it would be fraudulent to give an experience letter that suggests you've been a software engineer for all 9 years.

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From what you have posted, I advise tjat you shouild consult one of the registered migration agents who posts on this forum, or undertake considerably more homework on the ACS site.

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I assume it depends on how much your responsibilities changed during the 9 years. If you started as a help desk specialist but are now a software engineer, I think it would be fraudulent to give an experience letter that suggests you've been a software engineer for all 9 years.
Thankyou @Maggie for your response. Throughout these 9 years, I had been into IT with similar responsibilities. Of course, though the work is similar, the responsibility grows when you move up.
However, in the most recent role change(1 yr back), I moved closer to project management or business analyst role. Hence, this question.


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