The Goldfields Designated Area Migration Agreement

By 13. april 2021 Ingen kommentarer

Goldfield`s DAMA comprises 72 trades and includes the Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Coolgardie (Kambalda), Leonora and Menzies regions of Western Australia. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Australian government have reached an agreement on the Goldfields Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA), approved in March 2019 by Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs Minister David Coleman. DAMA Goldfield is a five-year employment contract between the federal government, the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Shires of Coolgardie, Leonora and Menzies. It aims to attract skilled migrants to work and life in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Coolgardie, Leonora and Menzies, so that Goldfields employers can sponsor skilled overseas workers in certain sectors that currently have critical skills and labour shortages. DAMA`s employment contracts exist between the Australian government and employers in the region concerned. They: A Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) is a formal agreement between the Australian government and a regional state or territory authority. DAMA allows employers in designated areas to sponsor qualified and qualified foreign workers for positions they cannot fill with local labour. It is tailor-made to address current and growing bottlenecks in the labour market and local employment conditions. SA DAMA is part of two agreements that list eligible occupations and concessions: Goldfield`s DAMA is a five-year employment contract between the federal government, the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Shires of Coolgardie, Leonora and Menzies.

Under DAMA, employers can support skilled and skilled overseas workers in certain regions where skills and labour shortages are noted. Individuals cannot have direct access to a DAMA. Individuals must be sponsored: DAMas ensure that employers recruit Australian citizens and permanent residents as a top priority. Among other things, employers must demonstrate a real attempt to recruit Australians before they have access to a DAMA employment contract. An Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) is a formal agreement between the Australian government and a regional, governmental or local authority. It provides access to more foreign workers than the standard skilled migration program. DAMA works under an agreement that provides regions with flexibility to meet their unique economic and labour market conditions. The DAMA program uses the temporary qualification deficit (SST) flow of sub-class 482 Visa and “ENS”) of sub-category 186. As a result, DAMA does not necessarily have its own requirements. The “DAMA requirements” are subject to the electricity requirements that the skilled migrant imposes.