NSW Subclass 190 Skilled Occupation list

NSW 190 Priority skilled occupation list – Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)

NSW invites and nominates SkillSelect EOIs at the ANZSCO unit group level. To be eligible for NSW nomination you must be skilled in an occupation that BOTH:

  • appears within an ANZSCO unit group identified below, AND
  • is eligible for the respective visa

It is important to note that not all occupations within ANZSCO unit groups are eligible for the respective visa. It is the responsibility of the prospective migrant to ensure their occupation is eligible for the visa before obtaining a skills assessment.

Related:

491 NSW Pathways

New minimum point scores and skilled work experience requirement

NSW have introduced new minimum point scores and years of skilled work experience requirements in the 2022-23 financial year.

To be eligible for NSW nomination you must meet the minimum point score AND minimum years of work experience in your occupation’s ANZSCO unit group.

For example, if you are skilled as a Finance Manager (occupation code 132211), you must have a minimum point score of 110 and 3 years of eligible skilled work experience to be considered in an invitation round.

Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)
1311 – Advertising, Public Relations and Sales Managers
1321 – Corporate Services Managers
1322 – Finance Managers
1323 – Human Resource Managers
1325 – Research and Development Managers
1331 – Construction Managers
1332 – Engineering Managers
1334 – Manufacturers
1335 – Production Managers
1336 – Supply, Distribution and Procurement Managers
1341 – Child Care Centre Managers
1342 – Health and Welfare Services Managers
1343 – School Principals
1351 – ICT Managers
1399 – Other Specialist Managers
1411 – Cafe and Restaurant Managers
1413 – Hotel and Motel Managers
1493 – Conference and Event Organisers
1494 – Transport Services Managers
1499 – Other Hospitality, Retail and Service Managers
2124 – Journalists and Other Writers
2211 – Accountants
2212 – Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers
2223 – Financial Investment Advisers and Managers
2241 – Actuaries, Mathematicians and Statisticians
2243 – Economists
2245 – Land Economists and Valuers
2246 – Librarians
2247 – Management and Organisation Analysts
2249 – Other Information and Organisation Professionals
2251 – Advertising and Marketing Professionals
2253 – Public Relations Professionals
2321 – Architects and Landscape Architects
2322 – Surveyors and Spatial Scientists
2323 – Fashion, Industrial and Jewellery Designers
2324 – Graphic and Web Designers, and Illustrators
2325 – Interior Designers
2326 – Urban and Regional Planners
2332 – Civil Engineering Professionals
2333 – Electrical Engineers
2334 – Electronics Engineers
2336 – Mining Engineers
2339 – Other Engineering Professionals
2342 – Chemists, and Food and Wine Scientists
2343 – Environmental Scientists
2345 – Life Scientists
2347 – Veterinarians
2411 – Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teachers
2414 – Secondary School Teachers
2415 – Special Education Teachers
2421 – University Lecturers and Tutors
2511 – Nutrition Professionals
2512 – Medical Imaging Professionals
2513 – Occupational and Environmental Health Professionals
2515 – Pharmacists
2524 – Occupational Therapists
2525 – Physiotherapists
2527 – Audiologists and Speech Pathologists / Therapists
2531 – General Practitioners and Resident Medical Officers
2533 – Specialist Physicians
2541 – Midwives
2542 – Nurse Educators and Researchers
2543 – Nurse Managers
2544 – Registered Nurses
2611 – ICT Business and Systems Analysts
2612 – Multimedia Specialists and Web Developers
2613 – Software and Applications Programmers
2621 – Database and Systems Administrators, and ICT Security Specialists
2631 – Computer Network Professionals
2632 – ICT Support and Test Engineers
2633 – Telecommunications Engineering Professionals
2711 – Barristers
2713 – Solicitors
2721 – Counsellors
2723 – Psychologists
2725 – Social Workers
2726 – Welfare, Recreation and Community Arts Workers
3112 – Medical Technicians
3121 – Architectural, Building and Surveying Technicians
3122 – Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians
3123 – Electrical Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians
3129 – Other Building and Engineering Technicians
3131 – ICT Support Technicians
3211 – Automotive Electricians
3212 – Motor Mechanics
3222 – Sheetmetal Trades Workers
3223 – Structural Steel and Welding Trades Workers
3232 – Metal Fitters and Machinists
3311 – Bricklayers and Stonemasons
3312 – Carpenters and Joiners
3322 – Painting Trades Workers
3333 – Roof Tilers
3341 – Plumbers
3411 – Electricians
3421 – Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanics
3423 – Electronics Trades Workers
3511 – Bakers and Pastrycooks
3512 – Butchers and Smallgoods Makers
3513 – Chefs
3514 – Cooks
3613 – Veterinary Nurses
3621 – Florists
3622 – Gardeners
3623 – Sports Turf Managers and Trades Workers
3911 – Hairdressers
4112 – Dental Hygienists, Technicians and Therapists
4113 – Diversional Therapists
4114 – Enrolled and Mothercraft Nurses
4117 – Welfare Support Workers
4523 – Sports Coaches, Instructors and Officials
5996 – Insurance Investigators, Loss Adjusters and Risk Surveyors

These lists are subject to change without notice.

NSW does not release information about the overall quota of nomination places, or allocation of places to each occupation.

For information about minimum eligibility criteria, and how invitation rounds work, on Skilled Nominated (Permanent) visa (subclass 190) and Information about how to apply for regional NSW nomination can be found on the Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491) update page.

Select a state below to see it’s requirements:

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State and territory requirements

Each state and territory has its own list of occupations, requirements and processes you must follow.

More information about the requirements and processes on how Australian states or territories nominate applicants is available.