Hospitality, Retail, and Service Managers nec

Managers of hospitality, retail, and other services plan and oversee the activities of businesses that offer lodging, hospitality, retail, and other services. Retail, hospitality, and services managers who are not otherwise classified by ANZSCO fall under this occupational group. Service managers in hospitality, retail, and Activities in several industries, such as retail, services, and hospitality, are supervised by NEC (ANZSCO Code: 149999). They oversee personnel, financial allocations, and customer support to guarantee efficient operations and client pleasure. The responsibilities of this multifaceted position include financial planning, inventory control, staff training, and regulatory compliance maintenance. They contribute significantly to the success of companies in these sectors with their outstanding organizational and leadership abilities.

Occupation description

Managers of hospitality, retail, and other services plan and oversee the activities of businesses that offer lodging, hospitality, retail, and other services. Retail, hospitality, and services managers who are not otherwise classified by ANZSCO fall under this occupational group.

Occupations considered suitable under this ANZSCO code:

  • Abattoir Manager
  • Brothel Keeper
  • Laundromat Operator
  • Marina Manager
  • Taxi Proprietor

Occupations not considered suitable under this ANZSCO code:

  • Accommodation and Hospitality Manager (ANZSCO Minor Group 141)
  • Retail Manager (ANZSCO Minor Group 142)
  • Amusement, Fitness and Sports Centre Manager
  • Conference and Event Organiser
  • Customer Service Manager
  • Transport Services Manager

These jobs need the necessary skill level or are categorized differently in ANZSCO.

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    Group allocation:

    VETASSESS Group C occupation: Hospitality, Retail, and Service Managers nec 

    This occupation requires qualifications, such as a bachelor’s degree or higher degree, which are assessed as comparable to the educational level of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) or experiences in the related field.

    Applicants must have fulfilled at least one of the following four criteria (1–4):

    Extra credentials in a highly applicable topic of study correspond to the following levels:

    • AQF Diploma
    • AQF Advanced Diploma
    • AQF Associate Degree or
    • AQF Graduate Diploma

     Bachelor’s degree or higher degree includes:

    • AQF Master’s Degree or
    • AQF Doctoral Degree

    Highly relevant paid employment duration (20 hours or more per week)

    • 1–3 minimum number of years of highly relevant work experience in the specified occupation gained during the five years before the application date for a skills assessment and at a suitable skill level.
    • 4 A minimum of 6 years of relevant work experience is needed, with at least one year of highly relevant work completed in the five years before application and five years of relevant work (which may have yet to be completed within the last five years).

    An applicant must have at least one year of highly relevant work at an adequate skill level within the last five years if employment occurs before attaining the certification at the requisite level. The final five years of pre-qualification could fall inside the previous ten years. A favorable evaluation of the degree of qualification and length of employment is necessary for a favorable conclusion of the Skills Assessment.

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    Qualification and Employment Criteria


    This occupation requires a qualification in:

    • AQF Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor, Master and Doctoral level.


    • Business Management
    • Retail Management
    • Hospitality Management.


    Highly relevant tasks include:

    • Arranging stock levels, service standards, and product variety and mix.
    • Selling and promoting products and services.
    • Following the rules about alcohol, gambling, health, and other matters.
    • Creating and evaluating rules, plans, and guidelines for dealing with customers and the products and services offered.
    • Managing staff hiring, training, and monitoring.
    • Ensuring adherence to rules about occupational health and safety.

    Employment information

    This vocation includes management positions in various appropriate contexts in the retail, hospitality, and service industries that ANZSCO does not otherwise cover.

    Since this is a managerial position, candidates must be able to show that they have organized, managed, and overseen their hotel, retail, or service business. This calls for proper staff management and financial accountability.

    Supporting material for assessment

    When applying for a skills assessment, please provide enough documentation to back up your employment claims, qualifications, and identity proof. The VETASSESS website contains a comprehensive list of the necessary documents.

    An organizational chart must be submitted if you nominate someone for a managerial position. This diagram ought to show:

    • The company letterhead.
    • Your job position.
    • The job positions of your superiors and subordinates, as well as all positions reporting to your immediate supervisor and direct subordinates.

    The department’s position within the larger organizational structure should also be shown on the chart.

    Suppose your employer is unable to give you an organizational chart. In that case, you are obligated to submit a statutory declaration explaining the needed information and why you cannot offer it.

    Additionally, you want to include a cover letter explaining why you decided on the “nec” category.

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