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Supply and Distribution Manager - 133611 Assessment


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Supply and Distribution Manager - 133611 Assessment

Dear all,

Happy New Year,

Please kindly advise regarding the requirements for this assessment as I am having a bit of a problem understanding it.

'This occupation has a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification. At least five years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualification.'

Does the explanation mentioned above states that my bachelors degrees supersedes the minimum working experience?

However, my bachelors degree is not a Chain Supply qualification but in Anthropology.

Regarding my current employment, I am a supply chain manager, and I am currently working for a Japanese company located in the US.

I have a bachelors degree and I am a US citizen.

I wonder if anyone could help me fill in the blanks.

Thank you kindly.


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Dear all,

Can anyone kindly assist with this query?

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Dear all,

Happy New Year,

Please kindly advise regarding the requirements for this assessment as I am having a bit of a problem understanding it.

'This occupation has a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification. At least five years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualification.'

Does the explanation mentioned above states that my bachelors degrees supersedes the minimum working experience?

However, my bachelors degree is not a Chain Supply qualification but in Anthropology.

Regarding my current employment, I am a supply chain manager, and I am currently working for a Japanese company located in the US.

I have a bachelors degree and I am a US citizen.

I wonder if anyone could help me fill in the blanks.

Thank you kindly.
Supply and Distribution manager 133611 is assessed under AIM. There are many people in management positions that don't fit the criteria for aim. Please read the following if you haven't already. (It's the criteria for a manager.)

To meet the requirements for assessment as a functional manager for migration purposes, an applicant must:

Have a proven record in a senior functional management position over a continuous period of at least three (3) years, requiring the delegation of authority directly to three or more other managers who themselves hold positions requiring the delegation of work to several other subordinates in supervisory, technical or skilled positions.

To meet the requirements for assessment as a functional manager for migration purposes, an applicant must:

Hold the most senior management position within the applicant's functional area of responsibility
Report directly to the owner of the business, Corporate General Manager or CEO/Managing Director; or report directly to the Department Head if the applicant works within the public sector; or/ be a senior management consultant providing consultancy advice to client organisations at the level of Corporate General Manager or above;
Have the decision making responsibility through the delegation of three or more subordinate managers, for a range of specific responsibilities in the applicant�s functional area
Be wholly responsible for achieving his/her functional responsibilities within the organisation
Have had a proven and successful experience in a broad range of managerial responsibilities prior to being appointed to the top functional position.
For all applications, the years of experience may be reduced if the applicant has qualifications in management studies or business administration assessed as comparable to an Australian Bachelor, Post Graduate or Master degree, or in a discipline relevant to the field in which the manager is working. This applies where the qualification concerned has been completed immediately prior to, or within the relevant time frame of years of management experience being assessed. The Country Education Profiles prepared by the National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition are the basis for an educational assessment.

To be assessed as a senior manager for migration purposes, the complexity and size of the organisation will influence the assessment. The larger the organisation, the greater would be the responsibilities of the senior managers. Applicants will normally require senior management experience across a diverse range of functional areas including managerial authority over subordinates who are also at a management level. A manager at a senior level would also have a high level of discretionary decision making authority.

Senior managers tend to manage departments servicing the overall operations of the organisation and where delegation to several subordinate managers involved in specific but related functions is required. The critical components in applying these criteria are the breadth and depth of the applicant's own managerial responsibilities and those of the subordinate managers reporting directly to the applicant. An important criterion is that the organisation chart shows that the applicant supervises a number of direct reporting managers.

The criteria for recognition as a senior manager for migration purposes make it clear that the applicant must be responsible for a range of responsibilities at a level which is concerned with the implementation of the organisation's strategies and policies.

The assessment is based upon a review of an entire career history, but with an emphasis on the immediate past three (3) years, and satisfactory evidence is sought of managerial progression through increased authority and responsibility of each position thereby demonstrating a period of sustained success.


It's not that your degree supersedes your work experience, it's an alternative for those who may not hold your qualifications.

Kind regards


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