ANZSCO 233912-Agriculture Engineer

ANZSCO 233912 Agriculture Engineer

ANZSCO 233912 Agriculture Engineer

Agricultural engineers are responsible for improving agricultural production and processing methods. They may work on projects related to the use and development of agricultural land and equipment, and may be required to have a license or registration to practice.

Skill Level

Level 1 or Equivalent

Skill Assessment Authority

EA (Engineers Australia) / AIM

Alternative Title of Agricultural Engineer:

Natural Resources Engineer

On the Occupation Lists

  • 489 (S/T) Occupations List
  • 482 TSS Visa Medium Term List
  • 407 Training visa occupations List
  • 482 TSS Visa Regional Occupation List
  • 189 Skilled Independent and Family Sponsored 489 Occupations List and 485 Graduate Work Stream
  • 190 State/Territory Sponsored
  • 186 ENS Visa Occupations List
  • 187 RSMS Visa Occupations List
  • 491 – Skilled Work Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 491) Occupation List
  • 494 – Skilled Employer-Sponsored Regional (provisional) (subclass 494) – Employer-sponsored stream

Not on the Occupation List of Agriculture Engineer:

482 TSS Visa Short Term List

Visa Provision for Agriculture Engineer

In Australia, agricultural engineering is considered a high-demand occupation and as such, various visas within the General Skilled Migration (GSM) Program may be available to individuals interested in pursuing this field. These visas include the Skilled Independent Subclass 189, Skilled Work Regional Subclass 491, and Skilled Nominated Subclass 190. It is also possible for individuals with a job offer in this field to apply for employer-sponsored visas.

Unit Group 2339: Other Engineering Professionals.

Unit Group 2339 encompasses engineering professions that are not classified elsewhere in the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO). Some examples of the types of occupations that may be included in this unit group are aeronautical engineers, agricultural engineers, biomedical engineers, engineering technologists, environmental engineers, and naval architects/marine designers. It is important to note that some of the occupations in this unit group may require registration or licensing in order to practice professionally.

Skill Level required for Agriculture Engineer.

Most occupations in Unit Group 2339 are typically classified as ANZSCO Skill Level 1, which means that they typically require a bachelor’s degree or higher level of education in order to be proficient in the role. In some cases, however, it may be possible to substitute at least five years of relevant work experience and/or vendor certification for the formal education requirement. It’s also possible that some occupations within this unit group may require additional on-the-job training or experience in addition to the formal qualification.

Occupations in this Group.

  • 233911 Aeronautical Engineer.
  • 233912 Agricultural Engineer
  • 233913 Biomedical Engineer
  • 233914 Engineering Technologist
  • 233915 Environmental Engineer
  • 233916 Naval Architect / Marine Designer
  • 233999 Engineering Professionals nec

Exceptions for Unit Group 2335

  • Australian Graduate exceptions apply in some states/territories
  • Priority Skilled Lists may apply a specific requirement in some states
  • Countries free from submitting IELTS or OET include the UK, Canada, New Zealand, US, and Ireland. Where mandatory licensing or registration is required, you must demonstrate a level of English sufficient to meet licensing / registration or a minimum IELTS, or equivalent, whichever is higher.

Language proficiency required for Agriculture Engineer.

  • IELTS result with a minimum score of 6 (L, R, W), 7 in speaking and 7 overall;
  • OET result with a minimum grade B in all sections;
  • TOEFL iBT with a minimum score (L:12 R:13 W:21 S:23 overall L93);
  • PTE Academic with a min score of 50 (L, R, W), 65 in speaking and 65 overall.

Agriculture Engineers are responsible for the following tasks:

  • Agricultural engineers design, develop, and manage mechanical equipment and systems for farms.
  • They create plans for farm buildings and equipment.
  • They oversee agricultural processing plants and animal systems.
  • They plan and design irrigation, food control, and drainage systems.
  • Agricultural engineers design and oversee the installation of the many tools and machines that are needed to process and analyze farm goods.
  • Agricultural engineers look into things like humidity, temperature, pressure, light, animals, plants, and the use of different pesticides.

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