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Road Traffic Controller Job Australia

This occupation is not currently featured on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) or the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List, so it is not possible to apply for an Australian visa under the General Skilled Migration (GSM) Program or an employer sponsored visa under this occupation.

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If you are aged under 31 it is likely you are eligible for a Working Holiday Visa to Australia which will allow you to live and work in Australia for up to two years.

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Road Traffic Controller ANZSCO 8999-23

Manually directs road traffic and pedestrian flows on, near, or adjacent to roads during road closures or part road closures due to construction, maintenance or roadside works; public events; or emergency responses using signs and devices to ensure the safety of workers, motorists and pedestrians.

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If the above ANZSCO code 8999-23 for Road Traffic Controller is your current occupation then you could still qualify for a visa to Australia through other routes. For more detailed visa information, please complete a no obligation Online Assessment and select a call back time when a Visa Bureau migration consultant will call you and explain the migration process in detail.


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If you are looking to work and travel in Australia and are under 30 (inclusive) years of age, you may be eligible for a Working Holiday in Australia.