Employer Sponsorship 2015-11-03T07:33:32+00:00

Employer Sponsorship

Highly skilled workers are in demand in Australia. When employers can’t fill a vacancy from the local labour market or through training, they use the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) to nominate individuals for specific full-time positions.

EM-sManager and Professional shortages
Sales and Marketing Manager
Child Care Centre Manager
Accountant Manager
Production Manager
ICT Engineer & Manager
Hotel & Restaurant Manager
Engineering Manager

Technician and Trades Worker shortages
Baker
Bricklayer
Cabinetmaker
Chef
Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher
Hairdresser
Metal Machinist
Motor Mechanic
Panelbeater
Roof tiler
Sheetmetal Trades Worker
Solid Plasterer
Stonemason
Wall and floor tiler

Australian Employers may nominate (or sponsor) people from overseas on skilled occupation grounds through the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS).

Sponsorship Applying for approval as a business sponsored would require the business to provide details to show:

  • The sponsor is a lawful, operating business
  • The sponsor has the financial ability to meet its sponsorship obligations
  • That the business meets certain training requirements (Australian businesses only), or is a startup company which has an auditable plan to meet the training benchmarks.
  • The sponsor should have no relevant adverse information against your business.

We have an in-house migration agent which can provide specialized immigration advices for you, and our diverse talent pool would meet all your requirements. Please call us on 1800 701 048 if you were interested in or had any inquiries.