As a Youth Worker you are Wanted Down Under. Your skills, experience and qualifications entitle you to Australian Permanent Residency provided you meet the Australian Immigration Criteria.
Youth Workers are in demand by employers in Australia.
We have an expert in the Youth Worker Immigration Code who will work with you to design your bespoke Migration, Recruitment & Resettlement pathway today, with no obligation.
Youth Worker Australia is an occupation listed on the STSOL list of occupations in demand. Those with the right skills, qualifications and experience as a Youth Worker will be able to apply for either the 190 or the 491 Australian Visa subclasses of the Skilled Migration Program (GSM).
If you’re looking to emigrate to Australia as a Youth Worker you may be eligible for the Skilled Nominated 190, the Skilled Regional 491.
The 190 is a Permanent Residency Visa. It includes an element of State Nomination, so you’ll have a moral obligation to live and work in the nominating State for two years. After these two years you are free to live and work anywhere in Australia.
Often a 190 visa holder will settle in one State and then be offered a job in another State. In these circumstances (and others) the two year rule may be waived.
The 491 is an initial temporary visa class which lasts for four years. After two years you may apply for Permanent Residency. Although for the first two years 491 visa holders must undertake to live in a regional area i.e. outside of Sydney, Brisbane, Perth or Melbourne.
These visas allow you and your family to:
Simply fill out a FREE online assessment to determine your eligibility, and to discuss the options with a specialist consultant in your Occupation Code.
Every occupation on the STSOL is assigned an immigration code and the code for those looking to emigrate to Australia as a Youth Worker is 411716. This is also known as the ANZSCO Code for a Youth Worker.
A Youth Worker in Australia assists young people as individuals or groups to solve social, emotional and financial problems in an agency framework.
If you’re looking to migrate to Australia as a Youth Worker you’ll be expected to be able to demonstrate experience and competency with the following tasks:
• assessing clients’ needs and planning, developing and implementing educational, training and support programs
• interviewing clients and assessing the nature and extent of difficulties
• monitoring and reporting on the progress of clients
• referring clients to agencies that can provide additional help
• assessing community need and resources for health, welfare, housing, employment, training and other facilities and services
• liaising with community groups, welfare agencies, government bodies and private businesses about community issues and promoting awareness of community resources and services
• supporting families and providing education and care for children and disabled persons in adult service units, group housing and government institutions
• supervising offenders on probation and parole
• assisting young people to solve social, emotional and financial problems
• preparing submissions for funding and resources, and reports to government bodies and other agencies
• Youth Liaison Officer
• Juvenile Justice Officer
• Youth Accommodation Support Worker
Alternative Titles for a Youth Worker emigrating to Australia
• Youth Officer
• Youth Support Worker
Youth Workers emigrating to Australia will need their Skills checked and verified by vetassess with a Youth Worker Skills Assessment.
It’s a lengthy process with lots of paperwork, though we are on hand to take care of this for you. Lets Go Global have a 100% success rate with Youth Worker at Skills Assessment.
The Youth Worker Skills Assessment Process is a Paper Based Assessment and the requirements for this are onerous and include detailed references, qualifications, transcripts.
Take our Free Visa Assessment to find out the full list of requirements to emigrate to Australia as a Youth Worker.
There are currently over 1211 Youth Worker Jobs in Australia. These jobs are all open to foreign applicants with the right skills, experience and qualifications. Many of these Youth Worker jobs will offer Sponsored Visas on a case by case basis.
Some States and Territories require you to have a job offer as a Youth Worker as part of their 190 Visa Program though you will be able to migrate to Australia as a Youth Worker on a 491 visa without a job offer.
On last months invitation round Youth Worker were issued with an Invitation to Apply at 70 Points. The minimum criteria for lodging an expression of interest is 65 Points so a Youth Worker emigrating to Australia needs 70 points to receive the offer of a visa.
Your Spouse or Partner is given full live and work rights on Australia at the same time your visa is granted.
The Australian immigration process for a Youth Worker takes 8 to 12 months from start to finish. However, in can take longer in certain circumstances. Be prepared for the process to take yup to two years in exceptional circumstances.
We’d love to hear from you if the above ANZSCO code 411716 for Youth Worker is your current occupation.
Feel free to take our no obligation FREE Online Assessment as we think you could have a great chance of Emigrating to Australia.