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My qualification is Bachelor in COMPUTER ENGINEERIGN with ICT major in computing.

My working experience is
1) 9 months as "Computer Engineer" , contractual job title is "Computer Engineer" and Residence permit is also issued as "Computer Engineer".

2) 3 years 2 month experience as "Project Manager", contractual job title is "Project Manager" and residence permit is issued as "Computer Engineer.

3) 3 years as "Project Manager" contractual job title is "Project Manager" and residence permit is issued as "Computer Engineer.

I handled projects technically and managerially in job employments (1) and (2).
Now my job description matches two ANZSCO ICT Project Manager and Computer Network Engineers. I got positive skill assessment as "ICT Project Manager", now I want to apply for another skill assessment as "263111 Computer Network and systems engineer". Here are questions I want to have expert answers.

Is that fine to have two skill assessment both are in different groups, one is in "professionals" and other is in "managers".

ICT Project Manager will eventually landing me apply for visa 190 but Computer Network Systems Engineer will allow me to apply as 189.

If I apply as "Computer Network Systems Engineer" what I would write as "Job title" in the EOI? WOULD IT BE "COMPUTER ENGINEER" as indicated in my resident permit or would I write "Project Manager" as written in my employment contracts. All of my contracts are as "Project Manager" but job titles are given based on different things like company rules, available slot in any department, nature of job etc so what should I do now and how DIAC will handle this case.

OR I should dropped the idea of applying as "Computer Network and systems engineer" and apply as "ICT Project Manager"?
What is your expert opinion?
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Hard to say as the titles are so dissimilar, I would have gone for Developer Programmer, and prepare the second Reference in such a way so that Job Title and Responsibilities are slightly tilted towards development ... Might not be possible in every case though. However note that testing is a part of RnR in Both DP and SE.

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Hi,

My qualification is Bachelor in COMPUTER ENGINEERIGN with ICT major in computing.

My working experience is
1) 9 months as "Computer Engineer" , contractual job title is "Computer Engineer" and Residence permit is also issued as "Computer Engineer".

2) 3 years 2 month experience as "Project Manager", contractual job title is "Project Manager" and residence permit is issued as "Computer Engineer.

3) 3 years as "Project Manager" contractual job title is "Project Manager" and residence permit is issued as "Computer Engineer.

I handled projects technically and managerially in job employments (1) and (2).
Now my job description matches two ANZSCO ICT Project Manager and Computer Network Engineers. I got positive skill assessment as "ICT Project Manager", now I want to apply for another skill assessment as "263111 Computer Network and systems engineer". Here are questions I want to have expert answers.

Is that fine to have two skill assessment both are in different groups, one is in "professionals" and other is in "managers".

ICT Project Manager will eventually landing me apply for visa 190 but Computer Network Systems Engineer will allow me to apply as 189.

If I apply as "Computer Network Systems Engineer" what I would write as "Job title" in the EOI? WOULD IT BE "COMPUTER ENGINEER" as indicated in my resident permit or would I write "Project Manager" as written in my employment contracts. All of my contracts are as "Project Manager" but job titles are given based on different things like company rules, available slot in any department, nature of job etc so what should I do now and how DIAC will handle this case.

OR I should dropped the idea of applying as "Computer Network and systems engineer" and apply as "ICT Project Manager"?
What is your expert opinion?

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