[新西兰技术移民指南22]-附件3:新西兰长期紧缺职业清单

移民新西兰

新西兰正在面临比较严重的用工短缺问题,为缓解这种压力,新西兰劳工部根据劳动力市场的统计数据,定义了一个重要技能需求清单(Essential Skills in Demand Lists)。重要技能需求清单的针对对象为技术性工作者,适用范围包括海外籍的技术工签申请人、技术移民申请人。

重要技能需求列表中出现的职位一共包含三类:

  • 长期紧缺职位清单(LTSSL, Long Term Skill Shortage List)
  • 即时紧缺职位清单(ISSL, Immediate Skill Shortage List)
  • 坎特伯雷省紧缺职位清单CSSL, Canterbury Skill Shortage List)

长期紧缺职位清单(LTSSL)

这份清单又称绝对技能短缺行业(absolute skills shortage),这份清单是可以获得额外加分的名单。主要是为了寻求并吸纳全球范围内的优秀技术人才,填补新西兰技能职位短缺的问题,降低雇主寻求雇员的时间成本。但是为了确保“genuine”,申请人必须满足一定的资历,这些要求主要涉及相关学历要求、工作经验要求、相关职业新西兰注册要求,只有同时符合这些条件(具体的要求在表格中第三栏均有描述),才可以顺利获得加分。LTSSL清单较为稳定,每次变动时间间隔为1-2年,每次新增或删除3-10个职位。

这里有一个特别情况,对于申请技术移民被批WTR的申请人,如果在新西兰寻求到技能工作担保重新提交技术移民时,须满足年薪$4,5000NZD的要求(这一定程度上说明已经在新西兰的申请人如果以紧缺职位来申请技术移民且需要工作担保加分的,年薪最好能达到4,5000NZD)[引用来源]。

进一步的参考信息:评分解析之绝对紧缺行业额外加分、需新西兰注册特殊职业清单

即时紧缺职位清单(ISSL)

这份清单并不针对技术移民申请类别,无法获得技术移民额外加分。该清单是为了满足临时工作签证申请人的优先批准,这对于技能工签的申请是有意义的,但是移民局仍然会确认申请人所占用的职位在该地区确实紧缺且没有影响到本地人的优先就业权。ISSL清单会根据劳动力市场供需波动随时做出调整,这意味着该清单变动频繁。

坎特伯雷省紧缺职位清单(CSSL)

这份清单并不针对技术移民申请类别,无法获得技术移民额外加分。这份清单是移民局在最近新推出的一个临时清单,旨在满足坎特伯雷地区地震灾后重建工作的需要。对于在坎特伯雷省寻求重建工作的技术工人,这份清单将可以促进申请人临时工作签证得到优先批准。同样,移民局会确认申请人所占用的职位没有影响到本地人的优先就业权。

由于ISSL清单与CSSL清单均为临时清单,可能变动频繁且无加分优势,所以本文中并未罗列以上两类清单。不过这两类这对于申请技能工签仍然有一定意义,必竟持有一份技能工签是左右技术移民申请成功率的关键因素。如果您需要进一步的了解,可点击上文中的链接,自行查阅移民局的介绍。

Occupational Group

Occupation

Occupations are listed by ANZSCO (Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations) code

Long Term Skill Shortage List Requirements

Qualifications must be comparable to the standard of the New Zealand qualification listed. Also see Note 1 at the end of this list

Construction

Construction Project Manager (Roading and Infrastructure) (133111)

One of the following:
– Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)
– Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)
– Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Highways Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)
– A bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification with the minimum equivalent of 360 credits, which includes the requirements of a New Zealand major in the focus areas of construction management or highway engineering
– A Graduate Diploma at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification which includes the knowledge requirements of a New Zealand Graduate Diploma in the focus areas of construction management, highway engineering or construction project management
– A diploma at NZQF Level 6, or a higher qualification, with the minimum equivalent of 240 credits, which includes the knowledge requirements of a New Zealand Diploma in the focus areas of civil engineering, highway engineering or construction management
– A Washington Accord or Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Civil Engineering (listed – see Note 3)
– A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from Engineering New Zealand certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand
– NZ registration in the field of civil engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or an Engineering Technologist by Engineering New Zealand
AND
a minimum of five years’ relevant post-qualification work experience

Construction

Project Builder (including Building Project Manager and Site Foreman) (133112)

One of the following qualifications:
– A bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification with the minimum equivalent of 360 credits, which includes the requirements of a New Zealand major in quantity surveying or construction economics
– A Graduate Diploma at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification, which includes the knowledge requirements of a New Zealand Graduate Diploma in the focus areas of construction, construction management or construction project management
– A diploma at NZQF Level 6, or a higher qualification, with the minimum equivalent of 240 credits, which includes the knowledge requirements of a New Zealand Diploma (Level 6) in the focus areas of quantity surveying, construction economics, construction management or building
AND
a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience

Construction

Quantity Surveyor (233213)

One of the following:
– A bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification with the minimum equivalent of 360 credits, which includes the requirements of a New Zealand major in quantity surveying or construction economics
– Student or Affiliate Membership, or MNZIQS, of the New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors (with an overseas degree approved by NZIQS)
AND
a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience

Construction

Surveyor (232212)

One of the following:
– Bachelor of Surveying (NZQF Level 7)
– Bachelor of Surveying with Honours (NZQF Level 8)
– Registration as a Professional Surveyor with the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors
– Professional Associate Membership or an Overseas Member of the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors (with an overseas degree approved by NZIS)

Engineering

Chemical Engineer (233111), Materials Engineer (233112), Civil Engineer (233211), Geotechnical Engineer (233212), Structural Engineer (233214), Electrical Engineer (233311), Electronics Engineer (233411), Industrial Engineer (233511), Mechanical Engineer (233512), Production or Plant Engineer (233513), Environmental Engineer (233915), Engineering Professionals nec (233999)

One of the following:
– A Washington Accord accredited (initial) engineering degree (listed – see Note 3)
– A Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (NZQF Level 8)
– A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from Engineering New Zealand certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand
– NZ registration as a Chartered Professional Engineer by Engineering New Zealand.

Engineering

Civil Engineering Technician (312212)

One of the following:
– Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)
– A diploma at NZQF Level 6, or a higher qualification, with the minimum equivalent of 240 credits, which includes the knowledge requirements of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil) (Level 6)
– A Washington Accord or Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Civil Engineering (listed – see Note 3)
– A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from Engineering New Zealand certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer status in New Zealand
– NZ registration in the field of Civil Engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or as an Engineering Technologist by Engineering New Zealand
AND
a minimum of three years’ work experience including a minimum of 12 months’ relevant post-qualification work experience in the past 18 months

Engineering

Electrical Engineering Technician (312312)

One of the following:
– Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with Honours (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)
– Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)
– Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)
– A Washington Accord or Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Electrical Engineering (listed – see Note 3)
– A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from Engineering New Zealand certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand
– NZ registration in the field of Electrical Engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or as an Engineering Technologist by Engineering New Zealand
AND
a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience

Engineering

Electronic Engineering Technician (312412)

One of the following:
– A bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification with the minimum equivalent of 360 credits, which includes the requirements of a New Zealand major in electronics
– A diploma at NZQF Level 6, or a higher qualification, with the minimum equivalent of 240 credits, which includes the credit and knowledge requirements of the New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Level 6) Electronic Engineering
– Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electronic Engineering) or (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (NZQF Level 7)
– Bachelor of Engineering with Honours in Electronic Engineering, or Electrical and Electronic Engineering (NZQF Level 8)
– A Washington Accord or a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) engineering degree in Electronic Engineering (listed – see Note 3)
– A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from Engineering New Zealand certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered Professional Engineer professional status in New Zealand
– NZ registration in the field of Electronic Engineering or Electrical and Electronic Engineering as a Chartered Professional Engineer or an Engineering Technologist by Engineering New Zealand
AND
a minimum of three years’ work experience
AND
a minimum of 12 months’ relevant post-qualification work experience in the last 18 months

Finance / Business

Procurement Manager (133612)

One of the following, awarded by the United Kingdom Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS):
– CIPS Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply (Professional Stage)
– CIPS Level 6 Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply
– CIPS Level 6 Professional Diploma in Procurement and Supply
AND
a minimum of five years’ relevant work experience

Health and Social Services

Clinical Psychologist (272311)

NZ registration with the New Zealand Psychologists Board

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Post Graduate Diploma, Master degree or Doctor of Clinical Psychology; Master of Psychology (NZQF Level 9); or Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology (NZQF Level 8) – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist (253917)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

General Practitioner (253111)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional general, general, provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Medical Radiation Therapist (251212)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Radiation Therapist with the Medical Radiation Technologists Board

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: a bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or higher qualification, which includes the requirements of a major in Medical Imaging or Radiation Therapy – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Medical Laboratory Scientist – including Cytotechnologist (Cytoscientist) (234611)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Medical Laboratory Scientist by the Medical Sciences Council of New Zealand

(A qualification in this area of absolute skill shortage is: Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Obstetrician and Gynaecologist (253913)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional general or general scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Physicist (Medical) (234914)

One of the following:
– Certification by the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers (ACPSEM) in Medicine as a Medical Physicist
– Registration or eligibility for registration on the ACPSEM Register of Qualified Medical Physics Specialists
– Registration as a Clinical Scientist with the Health and Care Professions Council, United Kingdom and Membership of the Institute of Physics and Engineering Medicine, United Kingdom
– Certification as a Medical Physicist by the American Board of Radiology in Medical Physics
– Certification of Competence in Clinical Medical Physics as a Member of the Canadian College of Physics in Medicine

Health and Social Services

Physiotherapist (252511)

NZ registration as a physiotherapist in the general scope of practice or the specialist scope of practice with the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: a bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or higher qualification, which includes the requirements of a major in Physiotherapy – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Psychiatrist (253411)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Sonographer (251214)

NZ registration in the scope of practice as a Sonographer with the Medical Radiation Technologists Board

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: a bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or higher qualification, which includes the requirements of a major in Medical Imaging or Radiation Therapy – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Specialist Physician in Palliative Medicine (253399)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Surgeon (General) (253511)

NZ registration within a relevant provisional vocational or vocational scope of practice with the Medical Council of New Zealand

(Qualifications in this area of absolute skill shortage are: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

Health and Social Services

Veterinarian (234711)

NZ registration with the Veterinary Council of New Zealand.

(A qualification in this area of absolute skill shortage is: Bachelor of Veterinary Science (NZQF Level 7) – see Note 5)

ICT, Electronics and Telecommunications

Multimedia Specialist (Film Animator) (261211)

A minimum of five years specialist work experience in film animation using Maya and/or at least one of the following – Soft Image/ XSI, 3D Studio Max, Photoshop, NUKE, MARI, Python, PyQT, or Unity; including at least three years using Maya

ICT, Electronics and Telecommunications

ICT Project Manager (135112), Organisation and Methods Analyst (224712), ICT Business Analyst (261111), Systems Analyst (261112), Multimedia Specialist (261211), Web Developer (261212), Analyst Programmer (261311), Developer Programmer (261312), Software Engineer (261313), Software Tester (261314), Software and Applications Programmers nec (261399), Database Administrator (262111), ICT Security Specialist (262112), Systems Administrator (262113), Computer Network and Systems Engineer (263111), Network Administrator (263112), ICT Quality Assurance Engineer (263211), ICT Support Engineer (263212), ICT Systems Test Engineer (263213), ICT Support and Test Engineers nec (263299), Telecommunications Engineer (263311), Telecommunications Network Engineer (263312), ICT Customer Support Officer (313112)

One of the following:
– Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (Computer Engineering) or (Computer and Electronic Engineering) or (Computer Systems Engineering) or (Electronic Engineering) or (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) or (Electronics and Communication Engineering) or (Electronics and Computer Engineering) or (Electronic/s and Computer Systems Engineering) or (Network Engineering) or (Software Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)
– A bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification with a minimum equivalent of 360 credits, which includes the requirements of a New Zealand major in one of the following focus areas: Business Information Systems, Computational Intelligence, Computational Modelling, Computer and Electronic Engineering, Computer and Information Science, Computer and Mobile Systems Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Networks, Computer Science, Computer Systems, Database Architecture, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Electronics, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Electronics and Computer Systems, Electronic Engineering, Information and Communications Technology, Information Management, Information Science, Information Security, Information Systems, Information Technology, Internet Technology, IT Service Science, Multi-Media, Multi-Media and Web Development, Networks, Network and Communication Engineering, Networks and Security, Network Engineering, Programming, Software and Information Technology, Software Development, Software Engineering, Systems Design, Systems Development, or Telecommunications
– A Seoul Accord or Washington Accord or Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate (initial) degree (listed – see Note 3)
– A qualification at NZQF Level 7 or higher, with a letter from IT Professionals New Zealand certifying that the degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards Chartered IT Professional New Zealand status
AND
a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience.

Recreation, Hospitality and Tourism

Chef (Chef de Partie or higher) (351311)

A certificate at NZQF Level 4, or a higher qualification, which includes the credit and knowledge requirements of a New Zealand Certificate in Cookery (Level 4)
AND
a minimum of five years’ combined experience in establishments offering a la carte/ banqueting or commercial catering, with a minimum of two years at Chef de Partie (Section Leader) level or higher

Science

Other Spatial Scientist (232214)

A bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification with the minimum equivalent of 360 credits, which includes the requirements of a New Zealand major in the focus areas of computer science or geography
AND
a minimum of two years’ relevant post-qualification work experience in GIS applications (Key Application/ Systems include: ESRI – ARC/GIS; ARC/INFO ARC/SDE; Intergraph GeoMedia; Pitney Bowes MapInfo; GE Smallworld; Oracle Spatial; PostGIS/Postgres; MS SQL Server 2008; Bentley Maps, Geographic; Erdas; Geoserver; Safe FME)

Science

Environmental Research Scientist (234313)

A bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification with the minimum equivalent of 360 credits, which includes the requirements of a New Zealand major in the focus areas of environmental studies, environmental management, or environmental engineering
AND
a minimum of one year’s relevant post-qualification work experience

Science

Food Technologist (234212)

One of the following qualifications:
– Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours (Food Product Technology) or ( Food Process Engineering) (NZQF Level 8)
– A bachelor’s degree at NZQF Level 7, or a higher qualification with the minimum equivalent of 360 credits, which includes the requirements of a New Zealand major in the focus areas of nutrition or food science
AND
a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience in the industry

Trades

Automotive Electrician (321111)

A certificate at NZQF Level 4, or a higher qualification, which includes the credit and knowledge requirements of one of the strands of the New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Electrical Engineering (Level 4)

Trades

Diesel Motor Mechanic (including Heavy Vehicle Inspector) (321212)

A certificate at NZQF Level 4, or a higher qualification, which includes the credit and knowledge requirements of the New Zealand Certificate in Heavy Automotive Engineering (Level 4)
AND
a minimum of three years’ relevant post-qualification work experience

Trades

Electrician (General) (341111)

NZ registration as an electrician or a limited certificate as an electrician from the Electrical Workers Registration Board

Trades

Electric Line Mechanic (342211)

NZ registration as a line mechanic or a limited certificate as a line mechanic from the Electrical Workers Registration Board

Note 1: Qualifications listed (unless an exception is stated) are New Zealand awarded qualifications on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF). Overseas qualifications must be comparable to the standard of the New Zealand qualification listed. Overseas qualifications therefore require an International Qualification Assessment (IQA) from the New Zealand Qualifications Authority stating the comparable NZQF qualification.

Note 2: Where post-qualification work experience is included as a requirement it applies to all qualifications listed for the occupation (unless otherwise indicated).

Note 3: Where a Washington Accord accredited undergraduate engineering degree is a requirement, the engineering degree has to be awarded from or after the date the country became a signatory, and must be on the list of accredited programmes of the signatory country. To determine if an engineering degree awarded is Washington Accord accredited, please refer to the links from the International Engineering Alliance on their website: www.ieagreements.org/accords/washington/signatories/.

Where a Sydney Accord accredited undergraduate engineering degree is a requirement, the engineering technology degree has to be awarded from or after the date the country became a signatory, and must be on the list of accredited programmes of the signatory country. To determine if an engineering technology degree awarded is Sydney Accord accredited, please refer to the links from the International Engineering Alliance on their website: www.ieagreements.org/accords/Sydney/signatories/.

Where a Seoul Accord accredited undergraduate IT degree is a requirement, the IT degree has to be awarded from or after the date the country became a signatory, and must be on the list of accredited programmes of the signatory country. To determine if an IT degree awarded is Seoul Accord accredited, please refer to the following link: www.seoulaccord.org/signatories.php.

Note 4: Qualifications held by applicants claiming points based on this list under the Skilled Migrant Category must be recognised under the Skilled Migrant Category.

Note 5: Where New Zealand registration is specified as a requirement and states “a qualification(s) in this area of absolute skill shortage is/are”, a person only needs to hold the particular New Zealand registration and to have undertaken any necessary work experience in order to meet the requirements of the List. In these cases, qualifications are listed only for the purposes of people applying for work visas under WF4.1.

Note 6: A letter, certificate or registration from the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand Incorporated (IPENZ), as Engineering New Zealand was formerly known, may be used to meet the requirement for a letter, certificate or registration from Engineering New Zealand. A letter from IPENZ may also be used to meet an applicable requirement instead of a letter from IT Professionals New Zealand. IPENZ’s name changed to Engineering New Zealand in October 2017.

 

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