My wife is working in the clinical research space for over 12 years.. shes led multiple roles ranging from data management, operations, project management, regulatory submissions, etc. We have seen CRAs applying for the Life scientist nec - 234599 occupation and having a favourable outcome...
this is my first post on this board, I tried to find an answer to my question in older threads, but there doesn't seem to be one.
My wife and I have been living in Melbourne for over two years now, she's on a 457, I'm on a TSS, both of us as Life Scientist (nec).
We now want to apply...
I am planning to assess my degrees in VETASSESS as a scientist, but I am really confused about which scientist occupation I should choose for my assessment. I had got a B.Sc. in Botany, as exactly written on my certificate, so I think assessing my qualification as a Botanist...
In the latest combined skilled occupation list published on 11 March 2019, Life scientist and related occupations are now eligible for Skilled independent 189 and nomination based 190/489 visa.
This is good news for all the biologists and researchers out there who want to apply for PR.
Can someone confirm if life scientist occupation is there in the new occupation list.
Its is one of the 12 occupations that has been added
"12 occupations below, which were previously unavailable, were added to the MLTSSL.
Occupation ANZSCO code
There few occupations in SOL/CSOL listed as "nec". DIBP websites mentions nec means “not elsewhere classified”
So what exactly nec means? I see that similar occupations are actually classified. For eg. there is Life Scientist (General) (234511) and Life Scientists nec (234599)