PMSOL Update: Inclusion of Pharmacist to Support Coronavirus Vaccination
Breaking News! New Occupations Included To Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List In Support Of COVID-19 Vaccinations
The Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, Alex Hawke MP, announced the inclusion of Pharmacists on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL). The announcement was made on 27 July 2021 as support for Australia’s Coronavirus Vaccine rollout.
There are three new occupations under the pharmacist group included in PMSOL. The inclusion of these three occupations brings the PMSOL to 44 in total.
Are you a pharmacist? Then this great news is for you!
Pharmacist Occupations Included in PMSOL
On 27 July 2021, the Australian Government included these three pharmacist occupations in PMSOL:
- Hospital Pharmacist (251511);
- Retail Pharmacist (251513);
- Industrial Pharmacist (251512).
Up to today, the PMSOL has 44 occupations listed. It means the scope of occupations listed in PMSOL have been growing wider, bringing broader opportunities for skilled workers.
Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) applies to these employer-sponsored visa subclasses:
- Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa (subclass 482);
- Skilled Employer-Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa (subclass 494);
- Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) Visa (subclass 186);
- Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) Visa (subclass 187).
Purpose of Including Pharmacist Occupations to PMSOL
The Australian Government decided to include pharmacists in PMSOL as support toward Australia’s COVID-19 Vaccine rollout. Currently, the Australian Government invites thousands of community pharmacies across Australia’s state and territory to join the Coronavirus Vaccine rollout. In addition, the supply of Coronavirus vaccine doses will be increasing over the coming weeks.
In response to these conditions, the Australian Government will support the pharmacies across Australia’s state and territory, including through the Skilled Migration Program, hoping more pharmacists will be invited to work in Australia and support the Coronavirus Vaccine rollout.
What does it mean for Pharmacists?
If you are a pharmacist looking for a chance to migrate and work in Australia, your biggest opportunity has come!
As we know, the Australian Government will prioritize all skilled workers with occupations listed in PMSOL (Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List). It means, as a pharmacist, your visa application will be prioritized, so you can enter Australia as soon as possible to support Australia’s Coronavirus Vaccine rollout.
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