|Electrical Linesworker Immigration to Australia PR Visa|
| ELECTRICAL LINESWORKER (AUS) / ELECTRICAL LINE MECHANIC (NZ)
Installs, maintains, repairs and patrols electrical sub-transmission and distribution systems. Registration or licensing may be required.
Skill Level: 3
Electrical Linesworker (Distribution) (Aus) / Electrical Line Mechanic (Distribution) (NZ)
Electrical Linesworker (Transmission) (Aus) / Electrical Line Mechanic (Transmission) (NZ)
Railway Traction Line Worker
The average salary for an Electrical Linesworker is $ 105,190 per year.
Average Age: Males: Females: Persons: 36.5
[See: www.abs.gov.au 3422 Electrical distribution trades workers - Employee Earnings and Hours, Australia, May 2016]
|Australian visa options for Electrical Linesworker||Employer Sponsorship|
|Permanent||489 Visa||Permanent||457 Visa|
|Skilled Occupation||ANZSCO Code||Assessing Authority||189 Visa||190 Visa||State||Family||186 Visa||187 Visa||All area||Regional area|
10/05/2017 Round Results:
|10/05/2017 (current)||189 Visa||489 Visa (Provisional)(Family Sponsored)
|Number of total invitations||667||25
|Visa date of effect||9/05/2017 23:51||9/05/2017 21:12
|12/04/2017 (Previous)||189 Visa||489 Visa (Provisional)(Family Sponsored)
|Visa date of effect||11/04/2017 23:50||10/04/2017 21:13|
|The maximum numbers of invitations in Next events:||189 Visa||489 Visa (Provisional)(Family Sponsored)|
Occupation Ceiling for Electrical Linesworker :
Results : 7 / 1000 (Available: 993) (Ceiling Value)
State and territory nominated visas is not subject to occupational ceiling limitations
|This website is in a beta testing stage and is liable to have error.|
|Electrical Linesworker job description, duties and education requirements|
|UNIT GROUP 3422 ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION TRADES WORKERS
ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION TRADES WORKERS prepare, install, repair, maintain and patrol electric power distribution networks.
Indicative Skill Level:
Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with the qualifications and experience outlined below.
AQF Certificate III including at least two years of on-the-job training, or AQF Certificate IV (ANZSCO Skill Level 3)
In New Zealand:
NZ Register Level 4 qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 3)
At least three years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualifications listed above. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification.
Registration or licensing may be required.
- installing conductors and aerial equipment, and underground cables and equipment
- installing and maintaining equipment associated with electrical supply such as transformers
- attending to electrical breakdown and emergencies
- maintaining poles and associated hardware, and continuity of electrical supply and street lighting
- conducting routine maintenance on the aerial and underground electricity supply network
- conducting low-voltage switching operations
- fitting pole hardware and crossarms
- preparing low- and high-voltage cable joints and cable terminations while connecting and installing electrical equipment and overhead lines
- using heavy plant equipment such as elevated work platforms and portable equipment such as hydraulic drills
- may undertake substation installation and maintenance, and specialised testing and revenue meter installation
Sources: www.abs.gov.au and DIBP
Improve your chances of getting Permanent Residence.
|1. Complete our FREE visa Assessment form|
We pride ourselves on offering one of the most comprehensive visa assessment service. In 2016, over 9000 individuals have completed our famous Australian skilled visa assessment form. It is still FREE; there is no obligations or hidden fees.
|2. Improve your IELTS test Score|
The Macquarie University IELTS Test Centre is one of the largest IELTS Test Centres in Australia, offering a range of online IELTS preparation courses at a very affordable price starting from $49.
24/03/2017: 189 EOI Invitations 15/03/2017: Results of invitation round 15th of March 2017 have been published.
16/03/2017: 189 EOI Invitations 1/03/2017: The 1st of March 2017 EOI SkillSelect invitation round results have been released.
26/02/2017: 189 EOI Invitations 15/02/2017: The 15th of February 2017 SkillSelect invitation round - EOI Invitation Date Predictions
09/02/2017: 189 EOI Invitations 1/02/2017: The 1st of February 2017 SkillSelect invitation round results have been released.
01/02/2017: Western Australia Skilled Migration occupation list update February 2017
25/01/2017: 189 EOI Invitations 18/01/2017: The 18th of January 2017 SkillSelect invitation round results have been released.
11/01/2017: 189 EOI Invitations 4/01/2017: The 4th of January 2017 SkillSelect invitation round results have been released.
24/12/2016: 189 EOI Invitations 21/12/2016: The 21st of December 2016 SkillSelect invitation round results have been released.
20/12/2016: The updated SkillSelect 7/12/2016 round results has been released.
29/07/2016: NSW subclass 190 Visa Priority Skilled Occupation List - 2016-17
20/6/2016: Occupation ceilings for the 2016-17 programme year released - Comparison Chart
14/04/2016: Update - Northern Territory (NT) Migration Occupation List - April 2016
29/4/2015: Updated Northern Territory Skilled Occupation List - 25 New occupations added, 54 occupations removed from list