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Old 19th April 2020, 06:18 AM
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Sorry, but I donít think you can claim accountant experience points as an AP officer as you need to meet at least 70-80% of the job/duty requirement of an accountant.
Hi Kimberly, though I'm an AP Officer, I do more than that. I do reviews, analysis, and technical accounting duties but the focus is more on operational, tax, and audit. It's more than a bookkeeping job. I've interviewed a lot of people and they said that its not about your title, but thee duties and responsibilities you hold in the company. Is that correct?

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Hi Kimberly, though I'm an AP Officer, I do more than that. I do reviews, analysis, and technical accounting duties but the focus is more on operational, tax, and audit. It's more than a bookkeeping job. I've interviewed a lot of people and they said that its not about your title, but thee duties and responsibilities you hold in the company. Is that correct?

Thank you!
Hi, if your duties are similar to an accountant then I think the reason why CPA & CA gave you negative assessment is because of your job title. Job title is important too, if it is possible, is your employer willing to change your job title?

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Hi, if your duties are similar to an accountant then I think the reason why CPA & CA gave you negative assessment is because of your job title. Job title is important too, if it is possible, is your employer willing to change your job title?
I can try to ask my employer. If this is the case uugghh it's a shame! I should have done it from the start.

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Quick question, do we have to mention our overseas work experince in SOP before joining uni and in skill assessment to claim 5 points later or can we just show your proof later once we get the invite??

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Personally speaking, I think you should go for assessment. It adds more weight to your application when you get an invite.

However, what your agent said is also not false. If your assessment gets rejected, there is a higher probablility that they scrutinize everything while assessing your experience. But that doesn't necessarily means that they will reject your experience on the basis of failed assessment.

I did mine and got positive assessment from CPA within 9 days. Just match your duties with the ANZSCO 2211 duties provided and you ll be fine.
Hi Rockstarapaque,

I have a friend who's putting together her reference letter and job description for her skills assessment, would you mind sharing your opinion on it as you had a successful outcome.

I'm a bit concerned that her reference letter is a bit light and needs to be a bit more detailed, and some of her job spec on her contract is not on her reference letter.

Previously she undertook more tasks but due to some changes with her company she doesn't do all of them now.

The reference letter would be more current than her contract which included these tasks so I'm concerned that might affect a positive outcome.

She doesn't want me to post her job spec/details on a forum but I can share it with you or anyone else on here who might be able to offer some advice.

Thank you in advance!

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Personally speaking, I think you should go for assessment. It adds more weight to your application when you get an invite.

However, what your agent said is also not false. If your assessment gets rejected, there is a higher probablility that they scrutinize everything while assessing your experience. But that doesn't necessarily means that they will reject your experience on the basis of failed assessment.

I did mine and got positive assessment from CPA within 9 days. Just match your duties with the ANZSCO 2211 duties provided and you ll be fine.
Hi Rockstarapaque,

I have a friend who's putting together her reference letter and job description for her skills assessment, would you mind sharing your opinion on it as you had a successful outcome.

I'm a bit concerned that her reference letter is a bit light and needs to be a bit more detailed, and some of her job spec on her contract is not on her reference letter.

Previously she undertook more tasks but due to some changes with her company she doesn't do all of them now.

The reference letter would be more current than her contract which included these tasks so I'm concerned that might affect a positive outcome.

She doesn't want me to post her job spec/details on a forum but I can share it with you or anyone else on here who might be able to offer some advice.

Thank you in advance!
Sure bud. Send me a PM of the screenshot if you wish to.

Happy to help.

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Sure bud. Send me a PM of the screenshot if you wish to.

Happy to help.

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Hi Rockstar,

Thank you! Apologies I didn't get back to you sooner! I was expecting a notification from Expat forum when I received a reply.

At the moment I can't PM as I'm a newbie to the forum, I have to have 5 posts, this is post No.2!

Anyway around this or do I need to make another 3 posts on the forum?!!

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