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Licensing and/or Professional Associations

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Engineering categories

Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO)


The following occupations relate specifically to Engineering Occupations.

All listed occupations on this page should be accessed againest the relevant Skill Level.
Most occupations in the engineering category have a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification or at least five years of relevant experience which may be substituted for a formal qualification.

There are two occupations in this group:
Construction Project Manager - ANZSCO 133111  
Project Builder - ANZSCO 133112     
      

There is one occupation in this group:
Engineering Manager - ANZSCO 133211       

There are three occupations in this group:
Surveyor - ANZSCO 232212       
Cartographer - ANZSCO 232213       
Other Spatial Scientist - ANZSCO 232214   


There are two occupations in this group:
Chemical Engineer - ANZSCO 233111  
Materials Engineer - ANZSCO 233112   


There are five occupations in this group:
Civil Engineer - ANZSCO 233211       
Geotechnical Engineer - ANZSCO 233212  
 
Quantity Surveyor - ANZSCO 233213   
Structural Engineer - ANZSCO 233214   
Transport Engineer - ANZSCO 233215   


There is one occupation in this group:
Electrical Engineer - ANZSCO 233311   

There is one occupation in this group:
Electronics Engineer - ANZSCO 233411   

There are three occupations in this group:
Industrial Engineer - ANZSCO 233511   
Mechanical Engineer - ANZSCO 233512   
Production or Plant Engineer - ANZSCO 233513  
 

There are two occupations in this group:
Mining Engineer (excluding Petroleum) - ANZSCO 233611   
Petroleum Engineer - ANZSCO 233612   


There are seven occupations in this group:
Aeronautical Engineer - ANZSCO 233911   
Agricultural Engineer - ANZSCO 233912   
Biomedical Engineer - ANZSCO 233913   
Engineering Technologist - ANZSCO 233914   
Environmental Engineer - ANZSCO 233915   
Naval Architect (Aus) / Marine Designer (NZ) - ANZSCO 233916   
Engineering Professionals nec - ANZSCO 233999   


Information on the relevant Skills Assessment Body and Authority


ANZSCO Occupation List Downloads (opens in a new window)



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