ANZSCO 233513 Production or Plant Engineer

ANZSCO 233513 Production or Plant Engineer

Production or plant engineers are responsible for coordinating and managing production processes. They ensure that the machinery and equipment within industrial plants are constructed based on the plans and designs they create. Additionally, production or plant engineers oversee the design, modification, and continuous operation of machinery and appliances in these industrial settings. It’s possible that enrollment or authorization may be required for this role.

Skill Level

Level 1 or Equivalent

Skill Assessment Authority

EA (Engineers Australia) / AIM

Specializations of Plant Engineer:

  • Automation and Control Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer (Shipbuilding)

On the Occupation Lists

  • 489 (S/T) Occupations List
  • 482 TSS Visa Medium Term List
  • 407 Training visa occupations List
  • 482 TSS Visa Regional Occupation List
  • 189 Skilled Independent and Family Sponsored 489 Occupations List and 485 Graduate Work Stream
  • 190 State/Territory Sponsored
  • 186 ENS Visa Occupations List
  • 187 RSMS Visa Occupations List
  • 491– Skilled Work Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 491) Occupation List
  • 494 – Skilled Employer-Sponsored Regional (provisional) (subclass 494) – Employer-sponsored stream

Not on the Occupation List of Plant Engineers:

482 TSS Visa Short-Term List

Visa Provision for Plant Engineer

The MLTSSL lists this profession as being in great demand in Australia. Therefore, people can be eligible to apply for visas under the General Skilled Migration (GSM) Program, such as the Skilled Independent Subclass 189, Skilled Work Regional Subclass 491, and Skilled Nominated Subclass 190 visas. You can also be qualified to apply for employer-sponsored visas if you have a work offer.

Unit Group 2335: Industrial Mechanical and Production Engineers.

Mechanical, industrial, and production Engineers develop, build, operate, plan logistics for, and maintain mechanical and processing plants. They strive to maximize cost-effectiveness and resource efficiency. Installation and management of manufacturing projects may also fall under the purview of these engineers. For these professionals, a registration or license might be required in some circumstances.

Skill Level required for Production or Plant Engineer.

Jobs in this unit group often call for a bachelor’s degree or higher to be proficient. However, in rare circumstances, a person without a formal degree who has at least five years of relevant experience and/or vendor certification may be considered qualified. For these jobs, which are categorized as ANZSCO Skill Level 1, it may be necessary in some cases to have both a formal qualification and additional on-the-job training or experience.

Occupations in this Group.

  • 233511 Industrial Engineer.
  • 233512 Mechanical Engineer
  • 233513 Production or Plant Engineer.

Exceptions for Unit Group 2335

  • Some states and territories have exclusions for Australian graduates.
  • In some states, priority skilled lists may impose a particular condition.
  • IELTS or OET submissions are not required in the US, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, or Ireland. You must prove that your level of English is sufficient to meet licensing or registration requirements or have a minimum IELTS score, or equivalent, whichever is higher, in cases where mandatory licensing or registration is necessary.

Language proficiency is required for Plant engineering

  • IELTS result with a minimum score of 6 (L, R, and W), 7 in speaking, and 7 overall; 
  • IELTS result with a minimum score of 6 (L, R, and W), 7 in speaking, and 7 overall; 
  • PTE Academic requires a minimum score of 50 (L, R, and W), 65 in speaking, and 65 overall for the TOEFL iBT.

Production or Plant Engineers are responsible for the following tasks:

  • Production or plant engineers produce and review functional statements, organizational charts, and project data to ascertain the roles and responsibilities of workers and work units and to identify any areas of overlap.
  • Product or plant engineers develop work measurement programs and analyze work samples to establish criteria for labor usage.
  • Production or plant engineers examine labor usage, operational data, production schedules, and costs to determine the highest worker efficiency.
  • Production or plant engineers examine facility structure, operating data, and production costs to determine the greatest equipment efficiency.
  • Analyzing worker usage, facility layout, operational data, production schedules, and prices to maximize labor and equipment efficiencies
  • Manufacturing specifications are created by production or plant engineers.
  • Production or plant engineers make decisions on the materials, equipment, pipelines, material flows, capacities, and system architecture.
  • Production or plant engineers are in charge of managing project labor as well as the supply of materials, tools, and equipment.
  • Production or plant engineers provide rules and guidelines for installation, modification, quality control, testing, inspection, and maintenance in accordance with engineering principles and safety criteria.
  • Production engineers or plant engineers conduct checks to maintain peak performance.

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