Occupations. 5.3 If the Approved Sponsor wishes to increase the Nomination Ceilings in any year during the period of this Agreement as set out in Schedule 2 to this Agreement, they must provide the Department with the information detailed in Schedule 7. A departmental decision-maker will then assess whether the Department will agree to proposed variations to the existing agreement.
Occupations. Position description Position descriptions for each occupation being requested: Registration or licensing requirements List of tasks that will be performed by an employee working in this Occupation. Yes No Skills Assessment Statutory Declaration stating: You or a member of your staff has interviewed or will interview the applicant; You or a member of your staff has reviewed and confirmed, or will review and confirm, the applicant’s experience and references; You are satisfied, or will be satisfied, that the applicant has the skills and experience for the role; and If a licence / registration is required for the applicant to work in the Occupation in the GSC region, you undertake to ensure that the Overseas Worker will gain this licence / registration at the earliest possible time and before they commence employment. Yes No Accommodation Details and evidence on suitable accommodation options for the Overseas Worker that will be provided or will be available at the commencement of their work engagement Yes No
Occupations. Occupations accessible under the FNQ DAMA under the agreement in place as of XX June 2021, are those in the FNQ DAMA Occupation List in this link. Some occupations in the combined Skilled Occupation List are subject to caveats. The FNQ DAMA includes the following provision removing all caveats from occupations in the FNQ DAMA Occupation List. ‘Caveats not to apply’ None of the matters specified in an instrument made under sub regulation 2.72(9) of the Migration Regulations, for the purpose of determining whether an occupation applies to a nominee, (called `caveats' in Departmental policy instructions) applies to any occupation specified in this Agreement.
Occupations. All Para educators shall be placed in one of the following occupations:
Occupations. The basic principle in respect of Occupations is that a person Registered to practise an Occupation in the Jurisdiction of any Australian Party is entitled to practise an Equivalent occupation in New Zealand, and a person Registered to practise an Occupation in New Zealand is entitled to practise an Equivalent occupation in the jurisdiction of any Australian Party. Consistent with the principles in paragraph G, it is the intention of the Parties minimise exemptions and exclusions to the Arrangement. The Parties acknowledge that:
Occupations. Husband is presently employed as a and Wife as a . Husband and Wife agree that the Hus- band’s/Wife’s (select one) occupation shall be the primary occupation (xxxxx “Breadwinner”). The Wife/Husband agrees to support the Breadwinner and to assist him/her in advancing within his/her occupation.
Occupations a) As of September 26, 2010, the contribution paid by the employer for all occupations, with the exception of a general helper (tile setter),clerk, watchman, the operators specified in Subsection 24) and a pipe welder, including a pipeline, distribution network and supply network welder, is as specified in Article 27.03
Occupations a) The contribution paid by the employer for all occupations, with the exception of a general helper (tile setter), the operators specified in Subsection 24) and a pipe welder, including a pipeline, distribution network and supply network welder, is as specified in Article 27.03, Subsection 1) plus $0.15 per hour worked. As of April 26, 2015, the contribution shall be as specified in Article 27.03, Subsection 1) plus $0.50 per hour worked and $0.35 of this amount shall be taken directly from the wage rate. This amount serves to create a complementary group insurance plan for the occupations specified in the preceding paragraph through the setting up of a supplemental insurance fund for such plan.