RPL ANZSCO Codes

ANZSCO 261111 ICT Business Analyst

ANZSCO 261111 ICT Business Analyst

ICT Business Analyst Job Details

The ICT Business Analyst under ANZSCO 261111 works in conjunction with clients to formulate system specifications, create system proposals and documentation, assess and appraise existing programs, and construct and adapt systems to align with the operational needs of end users.

Skill Requirement

Skill Level: Level 1 or Equivalent

Skills Assessment Authority: ACS (Australian Computer Society)

Alternative Titles:

1. BA (ICT)

2. Business Consultant (ICT)

Specialization: Business System Analyst

Occupation list information

Occupation on the skill listOccupation not on the skill list
Combined Skilled Occupations List (STSOL MLTSSL)Labor Market Testing Required for 457 List (LMTL)
Medium Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)
Labor Market Testing Required for 457 List (LMTL) 

Visa Provision

Candidates for the position of ICT Business Analyst are eligible to submit an application for any visa offered by the General Skilled Migration Program. This is because the occupation appears on the occupation skill list MLTSSL among the most popular demands.

Visas granted under this category and for this occupation include

  1. Skilled Independent 189
  2. Skilled Nominated 190
  3. Skilled Regional Nominated 489
  4. Skilled Regional Sponsored 489

If you have a confirmed job offer, you may be eligible to submit an application for a visa that is sponsored by your prospective employer.

Unit Group: 2611 ICT Business and Systems Analysts

Occupations in this Category

1. 261111 ICT Business Analyst 

2. 261112 Systems Analyst

Skill Requirement

Most positions within this unit group typically necessitate a skill level equivalent to at least a bachelor’s degree or a higher level of education for employment consideration. The prerequisite of a minimum of five years of experience in the relevant field and/or vendor certification may be exempted in favor of a formal qualification. In specific scenarios, in addition to the obligatory formal qualification, relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may also be required (ANZSCO Skill Level 1).

What does an ICT Business Analyst do?

The ICT business analyst works together with the client to formulate system specifications, craft system proposals, and documentation, conduct analysis and evaluations of existing systems, and construct or implement necessary updates to meet the client’s business requirements.

Task

  1. Collaborating with customers to develop and be familiar with the necessary business requirements.
  2. Determine the business requirement and workflow, conduct an investigation into it, and keep an eye on it.
  3. Locating and evaluating areas of inefficiency, as well as recommending improvements to management practices, operational effectiveness, and user conduct.
  4. Using the methodologies, concepts, and strategies of project management to establish project plans as well as expense, capital, and project management.
  5. Accepting responsibility for the implementation of functional solutions, such as the creation, adoption, and execution of system test plans, in order to guarantee the appropriate consistency and credibility of the system.
  6. Developing user documentation and training materials, as well as organizing standardized training classes.
  7. The process of developing functional specifications that will be used by system developers.
  8. Creating consistent system requirements for the design and production of system software by using data and process simulation techniques.
  9. Acting as an important guide and a source of knowledge, as well as offering feedback and assistance in the process of making decisions regarding the project framework.

English Requirement

  1. IELTS score of minimum 6  (L, R, W), 7 in speaking and 7 overall;
  2. OET score with a minimum grade of B in all sections;
  3. TOEFL iBT with a minimum score (L:12, R:13, W:21, S:23, and overall L93);
  4. PTE Academic with a minimum score of 50 (L, R, W), 65 in speaking, and 65 overall

Exceptions

  • There are Australian Graduate exceptions in some states and territories.
  • In some states and territories, Priority Skilled Lists can be used to meet a certain requirement.
  • The United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, the United States, and Ireland will not be allowed to take the IELTS or OET.

Where a license or registration is required, you must show that you know enough English to meet the requirements for the license or registration, or that you have a minimum IELTS or equivalent level of English.

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