Sales and Marketing Managers, Advertising and Public Relations Managers Migrating to Australia

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Sales and Marketing Managers, Advertising and Public Relations Managers Migrating to Australia


 

How Filipino professionals such as Sales and Marketing Managers, Advertising and Public Relations Managers migrating permanently to Australia are using the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) and the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL) as a tool in the pointing system used by the department of immigration to get them there fast.

Here we go Kababayan! Another pathway in migrating to Australia using the CSOL as well.

Like I said, I am going all out in the next series of SkillSelect blogs and I wanted to make sure you are also aware for not only the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) but also the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List CSOL.

Again, let me repeat my earlier commitment, I am determined to assist as many Filipinos to migrate to Australia permanently as I possibly can and in the quickest possible way and nominating an occupation in the CSOL is a ‘priority’ within the SkillSelect processing system.

I want to make sure that every occupation that is currently listed on the SOL and also the CSOL which are also being practiced here in the Philippines by professional Filipinos are covered in the succeeding blogs so that we can get together and ‘nail that dream job for you’ when you do eventually migrate there as a permanent migrant.

So where do we start and how do we ensure this application is treated as a ‘priority’ long the way?

Well, if you are one of the following professionals in the following blogs that are also on the CSOL and a State or Territory Government sponsors you and you are under 50 years of age then we really need to get together and allow us to explain the whole process to you. You and your whole family could be migrating to Australia this year if we organize, lodge and manage your application shortly.

I have made it even easier. I have asked my web programmer to make sure that when these blogs are posted you can easily link back onto our website and all you have to do is follow the prompts, enter the information we need and we will then verify your answers and we can set up to meet at our Makati City office or assess you on-line.

There are no obligations. Come over to our office or sit down at your computer, iPad, Tablet even on your Smart Phone. Have a coffee whilst we explain the process and all you have to do is understand how it all works.

Then you will see why using an experienced and reputable migration firm like ours is you best investment in migrating safely to Australia from the Philippines. I even wrote a book a book about this and that is also available for you to download and read as well and it’s all FREE.

Let’s start with this three similar occupations that many professional Filipinos practice but did not know were on the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (SOL). They are Sales and Marketing Manager, Advertising Manager and Public Relations Manager.

Let’s now look into this a little more closely and if you feel you may qualify based on the information below then please proceed to our website and enter further information about yourself, so we can then properly assess you more accurately.

So, these three occupations are listed in the ANZSCO as UNIT GROUP 1311 ADVERTISING AND SALES MANAGERS

Advertising, Public Relations and Sales and Marketing Managers plan, organize, direct, control and coordinate advertising, public relations, sales and marketing activities within organisations. Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher Qualification in Australia. At least five years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualification. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification.

Tasks Include:

  • formulating and implementing policies and plans for advertising, public relations, sales and marketing in
    consultation with other Managers
  • directing the development of initiatives for new products, marketing and advertising campaigns
  • organizing and controlling sales activities by setting product mix, geographical sales areas and customer
    service standards
  • directing merchandising methods and distribution policy by coordinating the work of salespersons, and
    organizing agents and distributors
  • directing sales methods and arrangements by setting prices and credit arrangements

Occupations:
131111 Advertising and Public Relations Manager
131112 Sales and Marketing Manager

131111 ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGE R

Plans, organizes, directs, controls and coordinates the advertising and public relations activities within an
organisation. Specializations may include Community Relations Manager, Corporate Relations Manager, Public Affairs Manager and Relationship Manager.

131112 SAL ES AND MARKETING MANAGER

Plans, organizes, directs, controls and coordinates the sales and marketing activities within an organisation.

NOTE: ICT Business Development Managers are excluded from this occupation. ICT Business Development Managers
are included in Unit Group 2252 ICT Sales Professionals, in Occupation 225212 ICT Business Development
Manager.

Specializations in this field however, may include Business Development Manager and Market Research Manager.

So there you have. Like I said. I am here to assist these professional Filipinos to migrate to Australia permanently and if you feel that you may qualify and you are an Advertising Manager, a Public Relations Manager or a Sales and Marketing Manager then please enter your details into the following link and let’s set up a time to have you accurately assessed.

P.S. It doesn’t matter if you are not working or living in Makati City. We can assess Pinoy professionals anywhere in the world with the use of technology and quickly process your application so you can migrate to Australia sooner rather than later. MABUHAY!

May 25, 2015