Occupation Ceilings 2012-2013

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Occupation Ceilings

An occupation ceiling may be applied to invitations issued under the points based skilled migration program.

When this limit is reached, no further invitations for that particular occupation group will be issued for that program year. Invitations would then be issued to other Expressions of Interest who have nominated available occupations even if they are lower ranking. For the state and territory nominated visas, a state or territory will not be able to nominate you if your nominated occupation has reached its occupation ceiling.

The below table shows the occupation ceiling for the 2012-2013 program year for each occupation on the skilled occupation lists at a four-digit ANZSCO code unit group, and the number of invitations issued to that occupation in this program year to the date specified.

ANZSCO code

Description

Occupation ceiling

Invitations to
1/09/2012

1111

Chief Executives and Managing Directors

4260

-

1112

General Managers

3300

1

1211

Aquaculture Farmers

120

-

1212

Crop Farmers

2640

-

1213

Livestock Farmers

5400

-

1214

Mixed Crop and Livestock Farmers

1860

-

1311

Advertising and Sales Managers

7740

5

1321

Corporate Services Managers

540

-

1322

Finance Managers

3420

4

1323

Human Resource Managers

3000

1

1324

Policy and Planning Managers

1740

1

1325

Research and Development Managers

540

-

1331

Construction Managers

4800

9

1332

Engineering Managers

960

2

1333

Importers, Exporters and Wholesalers

1560

-

1334

Manufacturers

1140

-

1335

Production Managers

3240

-

1336

Supply and Distribution Managers

1800

2

1341

Child Care Centre Managers

540

-

1342

Health and Welfare Services Managers

1260

1

1343

School Principals

1500

-

1344

Other Education Managers

780

-

1351

ICT Managers

2580

4

1391

Commissioned Officers (Management)

180

-

1392

Senior Non-commissioned Defence Force Members

No ceiling

-

3199

Other Specialist Managers

2400

-

1411

Cafe and Restaurant Managers

3660

-

1412

Caravan Park and Camping Ground Managers

180

-

1413

Hotel and Motel Managers

1380

1

1414

Licensed Club Managers

480

-

1419

Other Accommodation and Hospitality Managers

420

-

1421

Retail Managers

13 140

-

1491

Amusement, Fitness and Sports Centre Managers

360

-

1492

Call or Contact Centre and Customer Service Managers

1980

-

1493

Conference and Event Organisers

1620

-

1494

Transport Services Managers

960

-

1499

Other Hospitality, Retail and Service Managers

4020

4

2111

Actors, Dancers and Other Entertainers

480

-

2112

Music Professionals

420

-

2113

Photographers

780

-

2114

Visual Arts and Crafts Professionals

480

-

2121

Artistic Directors, and Media Producers and Presenters

780

-

2122

Authors, and Book and Script Editors

420

-

2123

Film, Television, Radio and Stage Directors

660

1

2124

Journalists and Other Writers

1560

-

2211

Accountants

10 440

107

2212

Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers

960

13

2221

Financial Brokers

1200

-

2222

Financial Dealers

1140

1

2223

Financial Investment Advisers and Managers

2520

8

2231

Human Resource Professionals

4500

11

2232

ICT Trainers

180

-

2233

Training and Development Professionals

1860

6

2241

Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians

420

7

2242

Archivists, Curators and Records Managers

300

-

2243

Economists

360

-

2244

Intelligence and Policy Analysts

1620

-

2245

Land Economists and Valuers

660

2

2246

Librarians

840

1

2247

Management and Organisation Analysts

2820

3

2249

Other Information and Organisation Professionals

840

1

2251

Advertising and Marketing Professionals

2940

-

2252

ICT Sales Professionals

900

4

2253

Public Relations Professionals

1260

4

2254

Technical Sales Representatives

2220

5

2311

Air Transport Professionals

660

1

2312

Marine Transport Professionals

540

-

2321

Architects and Landscape Architects

1500

2

2322

Cartographers and Surveyors

780

2

2323

Fashion, Industrial and Jewellery Designers

600

-

2324

Graphic and Web Designers, and Illustrators

3180

1

2325

Interior Designers

720

-

2326

Urban and Regional Planners

660

3

2331

Chemical and Materials Engineers

120

10

2332

Civil Engineering Professionals

2640

64

2333

Electrical Engineers

1260

15

2334

Electronics Engineers

480

26

2335

Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers

1620

50

2336

Mining Engineers

600

5

2339

Other Engineering Professionals

540

21

2341

Agricultural and Forestry Scientists

480

2

2342

Chemists, and Food and Wine Scientists

660

5

2343

Environmental Scientists

1620

2

2344

Geologists and Geophysicists

840

1

2345

Life Scientists

540

1

2346

Medical Laboratory Scientists

1260

1

2347

Veterinarians

480

1

2349

Other Natural and Physical Science Professionals

600

1

2411

Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers

1680

3

2412

Primary School Teachers

7620

8

2413

Middle School Teachers

60

-

2414

Secondary School Teachers

7020

21

2415

Special Education Teachers

840

-

2421

University Lecturers and Tutors

2280

2

2422

Vocational Education Teachers

2160

2

2491

Education Advisers and Reviewers

660

-

2492

Private Tutors and Teachers

1920

-

2493

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

180

-

2511

Dietitians

480

-

2512

Medical Imaging Professionals

1080

4

2513

Occupational and Environmental Health Professionals

1860

2

2514

Optometrists and Orthoptists

360

-

2515

Pharmacists

1380

7

2519

Other Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals

480

-

2521

Chiropractors and Osteopaths

240

1

2522

Complementary Health Therapists

480

-

2523

Dental Practitioners

720

9

2524

Occupational Therapists

720

3

2525

Physiotherapists

840

1

2526

Podiatrists

300

-

2527

Speech Professionals and Audiologists

420

2

2531

Generalist Medical Practitioners

3000

30

2532

Anaesthetists

120

2

2533

Internal Medicine Specialists

360

1

2534

Psychiatrists

300

-

2535

Surgeons

300

1

2539

Other Medical Practitioners

780

28

2541

Midwives

1020

1

2542

Nurse Educators and Researchers

360

-

2543

Nurse Managers

900

-

2544

Registered Nurses

13 380

32

2611

ICT Business and Systems Analysts

1800

131

2612

Multimedia Specialists and Web Developers

420

-

2613

Software and Applications Programmers

5160

228

2621

Database and Systems Administrators, and ICT Security Specialists

2400

41

2631

Computer Network Professionals

1740

31

2632

ICT Support and Test Engineers

360

-

2633

Telecommunications Engineering Professionals

480

41

2711

Barristers

420

-

2712

Judicial and Other Legal Professionals

420

2

2713

Solicitors

3480

5

2721

Counsellors

1080

-

2722

Ministers of Religion

900

-

2723

Psychologists

1440

6

2724

Social Professionals

720

-

2725

Social Workers

1260

2

2726

Welfare, Recreation and Community Arts Workers

1800

4

3111

Agricultural Technicians

120

1

3112

Medical Technicians

1800

-

3113

Primary Products Inspectors

180

-

3114

Science Technicians

1200

-

3121

Architectural, Building and Surveying Technicians

3360

8

3122

Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

660

2

3123

Electrical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

480

1

3124

Electronic Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

420

2

3125

Mechanical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians

420

2

3126

Safety Inspectors

180

-

3129

Other Building and Engineering Technicians

1620

-

3131

ICT Support Technicians

3060

-

3132

Telecommunications Technical Specialists

360

3

3211

Automotive Electricians

420

-

3212

Motor Mechanics

5160

4

3221

Metal Casting, Forging and Finishing Trades Workers

180

1

3222

Sheetmetal Trades Workers

600

-

3223

Structural Steel and Welding Trades Workers

4860

3

3231

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

780

1

3232

Metal Fitters and Machinists

7500

-

3233

Precision Metal Trades Workers

360

-

3234

Toolmakers and Engineering Patternmakers

120

3

3241

Panelbeaters

960

1

3242

Vehicle Body Builders and Trimmers

240

-

3243

Vehicle Painters

660

1

3311

Bricklayers and Stonemasons

1920

3

3312

Carpenters and Joiners

7140

8

3321

Floor Finishers

420

-

3322

Painting Trades Workers

2940

-

3331

Glaziers

600

-

3332

Plasterers

1620

-

3333

Roof Tilers

540

-

3334

Wall and Floor Tilers

1140

1

3341

Plumbers

5100

3

3411

Electricians

9000

7

3421

Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics

1560

-

3422

Electrical Distribution Trades Workers

600

-

3423

Electronics Trades Workers

2160

1

3424

Telecommunications Trades Workers

960

-

3511

Bakers and Pastrycooks

2040

1

3512

Butchers and Smallgoods Makers

1380

1

3513

Chefs

4920

3

3514

Cooks

1800

4

3611

Animal Attendants and Trainers

780

-

3612

Shearers

240

-

3613

Veterinary Nurses

660

-

3621

Florists

420

-

3622

Gardeners

4140

1

3623

Greenkeepers

900

-

3624

Nurserypersons

360

1

3911

Hairdressers

3960

2

3921

Binders, Finishers and Screen Printers

300

-

3922

Graphic Pre-press Trades Workers

180

-

3923

Printers

720

-

3931

Canvas and Leather Goods Makers

120

-

3932

Clothing Trades Workers

420

-

3933

Upholsterers

180

-

3941

Cabinetmakers

1440

-

3942

Wood Machinists and Other Wood Trades Workers

420

-

3991

Boat Builders and Shipwrights

360

1

3992

Chemical, Gas, Petroleum and Power Generation Plant Operators

660

-

3993

Gallery, Library and Museum Technicians

420

-

3994

Jewellers

300

-

3995

Performing Arts Technicians

780

-

3996

Signwriters

360

-

3999

Other Miscellaneous Technicians and Trades Workers

1020

-

4111

Ambulance Officers and Paramedics

1080

1

4112

Dental Hygienists, Technicians and Therapists

360

4

4113

Diversional Therapists

300

-

4114

Enrolled and Mothercraft Nurses

1500

-

4115

Indigenous Health Workers

60

-

4116

Massage Therapists

840

-

4117

Welfare Support Workers

3120

3

4411

Defence Force Members - Other Ranks

No ceiling

-

4412

Fire and Emergency Workers

960

-

4413

Police

3000

-

4421

Prison Officers

840

-

4422

Security Officers and Guards

3180

-

4512

Driving Instructors

240

-

4513

Funeral Workers

240

-

4517

Travel Attendants

720

-

4518

Other Personal Service Workers

720

-

4523

Sports Coaches, Instructors and Officials

1980

-

4524

Sportspersons

900

-

5111

Contract, Program and Project Administrators

6420

4

5121

Office Managers

9600

-

5991

Conveyancers and Legal Executives

600

-

5992

Court and Legal Clerks

720

-

5996

Insurance Investigators, Loss Adjusters and Risk Surveyors

300

-

5999

Other Miscellaneous Clerical and Administrative Workers

1080

-

6111

Auctioneers, and Stock and Station Agents

120

-

6112

Insurance Agents

540

1

6121

Real Estate Sales Agents

5100

2

6392

Retail and Wool Buyers

240

-

7122

Drillers, Miners and Shot Firers

3060

-

 

** Extracted from the report of Department of Immigration and Citizenship**

 

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