Services for skilled migrants​

Help for newly arrived skilled migrants to find work in their trade or profession in South Australia.

Finding skilled work when you arrive 

Steps to getting a job in your area of skill may include:

Seeking employment support

Information and advice is available to help you find skilled work in South Australia. Visit Immigration SA website to learn more about the process for seeking employment support.

Having your qualifications recognised

Free overseas qualifications assessments can help a prospective employer or an organisation understand the educational level of your overseas qualifications. Visit Recognition of overseas qualifications on the Immigration SA website to find out more

Getting a licence or registration if required

Search your occupation in Choose your Career for information on recognition of overseas qualifications, any licences or registration required to work in South Australia, relevant professional and trade associations, and information on South Australian industries.

Researching the job market

Find out about skills needed in South Australia and major projects under way in this state at growth industries. Research more labour market information using the links in our Career and labour market resources factsheet.

Contact Immigration SA, Skilled Arrival Services on 08 8303 2420 or email with any questions about services available for skilled migrants.

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