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Dear All,

I am new here, I will submit for skill accessment to ACS for 26111, Business Analyst code. Can you please guide if ACS will consider my experience for this ANZSCO code with following reference letter ?

This is to confirm the following information, in respect of the service and experience of the Employee named below at xxxx :

Employee Name:xxxx
Employee ID:
Date of Joining
Date of Relieving
Projects Participated: Integration testing and support

Roles and Responsibilities :
∑ Software quality assurance and customer support engineer. Work related to xxxx software and its integration with other software like xxxx.
∑ Participate in test planning and scheduling activities
∑ Create,review and update test plans
∑ Execute test plans and report bugs/error using in-house tools and track them to closure.
∑ Carry out verification and validation of software before release.
∑ Analyse support request from customers, interact with stake holders and resolve the support request using appropriate internal process, tool and mechanism including escalation across teams.
∑ Document and share knowledge acquired while carrying out the QA and customer support activities.

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Dear All,

I am new here, I will submit for skill accessment to ACS for 26111, Business Analyst code. Can you please guide if ACS will consider my experience for this ANZSCO code with following reference letter ?

This is to confirm the following information, in respect of the service and experience of the Employee named below at xxxx :

Employee Name:xxxx
Employee ID:
Date of Joining
Date of Relieving
Projects Participated: Integration testing and support

Roles and Responsibilities :
∑ Software quality assurance and customer support engineer. Work related to xxxx software and its integration with other software like xxxx.
∑ Participate in test planning and scheduling activities
∑ Create,review and update test plans
∑ Execute test plans and report bugs/error using in-house tools and track them to closure.
∑ Carry out verification and validation of software before release.
∑ Analyse support request from customers, interact with stake holders and resolve the support request using appropriate internal process, tool and mechanism including escalation across teams.
∑ Document and share knowledge acquired while carrying out the QA and customer support activities.
Your various designation , location and worked full time is missing

I have not gone into the merits of your RNR

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Your various designation , location and worked full time is missing

I have not gone into the merits of your RNR

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Hi Newbeinz,

Is it mandatory to classify your roles and responsibilities letter based on the various designations you had over the course of employment?
In my case I dont have the exact dates for the change in designation as my current employer does not provide promotion letters as such.
Please suggest.
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Hi Newbeinz,

Is it mandatory to classify your roles and responsibilities letter based on the various designations you had over the course of employment?
In my case I dont have the exact dates for the change in designation as my current employer does not provide promotion letters as such.
Please suggest.
Thanks
Your RNR need not be separated
They can remain common

Just all the designations you had in the company during your tenure should preferably be mentioned
If exact dates are not known, they can just mention the various designation

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Your various designation , location and worked full time is missing

I have not gone into the merits of your RNR

Cheers
Hi Newbeinz,

Is it mandatory to classify your roles and responsibilities letter based on the various designations you had over the course of employment?
In my case I dont have the exact dates for the change in designation as my current employer does not provide promotion letters as such.
Please suggest.
Thanks
As NB mentioned you have to mention your designations (aka positions) - as well as your salary.

See:
https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas...ments-eoi.aspx

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As NB mentioned you have to mention your designations (aka positions) - as well as your salary.

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https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas...ments-eoi.aspx
Salary is not required afaik
None of my reference letters or SDs had salary
Even companies are not comfortable giving out salary details of the individual employees as it has repurcussions on other employees morale

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As NB mentioned you have to mention your designations (aka positions) - as well as your salary.

See:
https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas...ments-eoi.aspx
Salary is not required afaik
None of my reference letters or SDs had salary
Even companies are not comfortable giving out salary details of the individual employees as it has repurcussions on other employees morale

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Perhaps it is a new requirement, but it is mentioned in the link above
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Perhaps it is a new requirement, but it is mentioned in the link above
I had never seen this requirement earlier

I stand corrected

If I ask my salary to be disclosed on a reference letter, my company would most probably refuse to issue it


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Thanks everyone. Actually earlier i have an experience letter which has my designation and salary mentioned but does not have responsibilities listed. On my request to the employer they agreed to provide this separate letter in company letter head with duties & responsibilities.

I just wanted to check, can the experience be counted for 26111 i.e. Business Analyst code? Don't want to loose experience actually.

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