ANZSCO 263113 Network Analyst

ANZSCO 263113 Network Analyst

Network Analyst Job Specifications

Network Analysts classified under ANZSCO 263113 engage in researching, analyzing, and formulating network development and design solutions. Additionally, they are responsible for the implementation, administration, upkeep, and adjustments of network hardware and software. Furthermore, they actively monitor and enhance network performance.

Skill Requirement

Skill Level: Level 1 or Equivalent

Skills Assessment AuthorityACS (Australian Computer Society)


  1. Network Architect
  2. Network Consultant

Alternative Titles: 

  1. Network Consultant
  2. Network Designer
  3. Network Strategist

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

Application for a skilled nominated 190 visa or a skilled regional nominated 489 visa that contains one of the short-term skilled jobs on the STSOL list is accepted by Visa Provision Network analysts. If you hold this vocation and want to be qualified for a General Skilled Migration visa, you would need to apply for a state appointment before you can enter Australia.

Even though this profession is on the STSOL, it’s possible that no nation has a genuine market for its practitioners. If the occupation is not listed on the online assessment, you may want to look into locating an employer sponsor in Australia since the online assessment only includes jobs that are genuinely being requested by a state or territory in Australia.

Unit Group: 2631 Computer Network Professionals

Occupations in this Category
  1. 263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer
  2. 263112 Network Administrator
  3. 263113 Network Analyst

Skill Requirement

A bachelor’s degree or higher education is often required for the bulk of the positions in this unit category. Vendor certification or a minimum of five years of relevant experience cannot be substituted for a formal qualification. In certain situations, in addition to formal schooling, relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required (ANZSCO Skill Level 1).

What exactly does a network analyst do?

A network analyst is someone who analyzes and studies computer networks for design/redesign, performance, scalability, and other network-related issues. They manage and monitor all information assurance laws. Managing computer systems and data transmission networks is the primary duty of computer network analysts.


  1. Analyzing, generating, comprehending, and evaluating complex system design and architectural specifications, data models, and diagrams for the development, configuration, and integration of computer systems.
  2. Examine, evaluate, test, and conduct research on the network infrastructure to make sure that networks are built to run as effectively as feasible.
  3. Analyzing network performance and related hardware, software, communications, and operating systems, then suggesting improvements.
  4. Providing cutting-edge information to support and manage network issues and crises
  5. Managing and maintaining new and updated networks, servers, software database systems, and configurations
  6. Provide network programming to satisfy certain market demands and specifications
  7. Establishing and administering network inventory methods and paperwork, locating and resolving network faults, updating and enhancing networks, and giving maintenance guidance
  8. Network activity, capacity, and utilization are tracked to ensure continued integrity and maximum network efficiency.

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


  • 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.

If mandatory licensing or registration is necessary, you must either meet the licensing or registration requirements or have a minimum IELTS or comparable level, whichever is higher.

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