Do you know about the new South Australia SOL?

South Australia has reviewed and updated its Skilled Occupation List following the changes to the federal SOL. Changes have been made to the SNOL (State Nominated Occupation List) as well as to the SSL (Supplementary Skilled List).

South Australia has added three new occupations to the SNOL. They are:

  • Software and Application Programmer nec
  • Multimedia Specialist
  • Statistician

South Australia has also removed 5 occupations from the SNOL as these occupations were removed from the Combined Skilled Occupation List.

No changes have been made to the occupations on the RSMS (Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme), as quoted by SBS News.

The below occupations are no longer available for state nomination:

  • Textile, Clothing, and Footwear Mechanic
  • Watch and Clock Maker
  • Library Technician
  • Visual Arts and Crafts Professionals
  • Chemical Plant Operator

The following occupations have been added to the Supplementary Skilled List:

  1. Horse Trainer
  2. Pressure Welder
  3. Telecommunications Network Planner
  4. University Lecturer
  5. Natural and Physical Science Professionals nec
  6. Meteorologist
  7. Metallurgist
  8. Conservator
  9. Life Scientist nec
  10. Zoologist
  11. Microbiologist
  12. Marine Biologist
  13. Botanist
  14. Biotechnologist
  15. Biochemist
  16. Life Scientist (General)
  17. Hydrogeologist
  18. Geophysicist
  19. Environmental Scientist nec
  20. Environmental Research Scientist
  21. Environmental Consultant
  22. Food Technologist
  23. Chemist
  24. Engineering Professionals nec
  25. Petroleum Engineer
  26. Mining Engineer (Excluding Petroleum)
  27. Economist
  28. Statistician
  29. Musician (Instrumental)
  30. Environmental Manager
  31. Goat Farmer
  32. Deer Farmer

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