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Old Sep 15th 2017, 9:31 am   #1
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Guys ,
Im a database administrator and have 8+ years work experience .I heard that database designer /developer is applicable for ASCO code 261313 software engineer /261312 software developer .
But I still don't know how to write my reference letter about job duties .

Does any one have the same experience ,any advice ? S.O.S
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Guys ,
Im a database administrator and have 8+ years work experience .I heard that database designer /developer is applicable for ASCO code 261313 software engineer /261312 software developer .
But I still don't know how to write my reference letter about job duties .

Does any one have the same experience ,any advice ? S.O.S
Database administrator has it's own occupation code, 262111, and is on the short term skills list. You could not use the occupation for 189 visas, but would be okay for state sponsored 190. It is also not subject to the pro-rata arrangements that Software and Application programmers are subject to (group 2613).

However, info can be found on ACS site : https://www.acs.org.au/msa/informati...pplicants.html

https://www.acs.org.au/content/dam/a...ust%202017.pdf

https://www.acs.org.au/content/dam/a...02017%20V4.pdf
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Database administrator has it's own occupation code, 262111, and is on the short term skills list. You could not use the occupation for 189 visas, but would be okay for state sponsored 190. It is also not subject to the pro-rata arrangements that Software and Application programmers are subject to (group 2613).

Hi old.sparkles,

Since database administrator is not subject to pro-rata arrangements, does this mean it has a higher chance of getting an invitation?

Do states nominate candidates with higher number of points first OR does anyone meeting the criteria can get a nomination?
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Hi old.sparkles,

Since database administrator is not subject to pro-rata arrangements, does this mean it has a higher chance of getting an invitation?

Do states nominate candidates with higher number of points first OR does anyone meeting the criteria can get a nomination?
Each state sets it's own criteria - you would need to check. For all states, you would need to show a commitment to the state I would think.
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