Production or Plant Engineer (ANZSCO 233513 )

Production or plant engineers are responsible for overseeing the design, construction, modification, maintenance of equipment and machines in industrial plants, as well as managing and planning manufacturing activities. Registration or licensing may be necessary for this role.

Skill Level

Level 1 or Equivalent

Skill Assessment Authority

EA (Engineers Australia) / AIM

Specializations of Production or Plant Engineer

  • Automation and Control Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer (Shipbuilding)

Average Income

The average annual salary for male Production or Plant Engineers is $127,939, and for female employees is $111,545.

  1. Average Age: Males: 36.7 years 
  2. Females: 31.0 years 
  3. Persons: 35.9 years

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    Unit Group 2335: Industrial Mechanical and Production Engineers

    Production or plant engineers are associated with industrial, mechanical, and production engineers who work on the design, construction, operation, logistics, and maintenance of mechanical and process plants. They aim to optimize resource use and cost-effectiveness. These engineers may also be responsible for installing and organizing manufacturing programs. A registration or license may sometimes be necessary for these professionals.

    Skill Level required for Production or Plant Engineer

    This unit group includes occupations that typically require a bachelor’s degree or higher for proficiency. However, in some cases, an individual with at least five years of relevant experience and vendor certification may be considered qualified without a formal degree. In some instances, formal qualifications and additional on-the-job training or experience may be necessary to meet the requirements for these occupations, which are classified as ANZSCO Skill Level 1.

    Occupations in this Group

    • 233511 Industrial Engineer.
    • 233512 Mechanical Engineer
    • 233513 Production or Plant Engineer.

    Exceptions for Unit Group 2335

    • Australian Graduate exceptions may be applicable in certain states/territories.
    • Priority Skilled Lists may apply specific requirements in certain states.
    • Countries free from submitting IELTS or OET results include the UK, Canada, New Zealand, the US, and Ireland. In cases where mandatory licensing or registration is necessary, individuals must exhibit English proficiency at a level required for licensing/registration or meet a minimum IELTS score, or equivalent, whichever is higher.

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    Language proficiency is required for Production or Plant Engineering

    Proficiency in language is necessary for roles in Production or Plant Engineering. The following language proficiency requirements are accepted:

    • IELTS: Minimum score of 6 in Listening, Reading, Writing, and a score of 7 in Speaking, with an overall score of 7.
    • OET: Minimum grade of B in all sections.
    • TOEFL iBT: Minimum scores of 12 in Listening, 13 in Reading, 21 in Writing, 23 in Speaking, and an overall score of 93.
    • PTE Academic: Minimum score of 50 in Listening, Reading, Writing, a score of 65 in Speaking, and an overall score of 65.

    Production and Plant Engineers key Responsibilities

    Production or Plant Engineers are responsible for the following tasks:

    • To determine the roles and duties of employees and work units and spot overlapping areas, production or plant engineers create and examine functional statements, organizational charts, and project data.
    • Product or plant engineers create work measurement programs and analyze work samples to create standards for labour utilization.
    • Production or plant engineers analyze labour utilization, operational data, production schedules, and expenses to identify the best worker efficiency.
    • Production or plant engineers analyze facility layout, operational data, and production costs to identify the best equipment efficiencies.
    • optimizing labour and equipment efficiencies by analyzing workforce utilization, facility layout, operational data, production schedules, and costs
    • Production or plant engineers create manufacturing specifications.
    • Production or plant engineers decide on materials, machinery, pipelines, material flows, capacities, and system structure.
    • Engineers in charge of production or plants oversee project labour and the supply of supplies, machinery, and equipment.
    • According to engineering principles and safety requirements, production or plant engineers set standards and policies for installation, modification, quality control, testing, inspection, and maintenance.

    To maintain peak performance, production or plant engineers do inspections. Registration or licensing is also mandatory.

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