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Electronic Equipment Trades Worker Career Information

Occupation statistics

40,200 electronics trades workers in Australia1

11,457 electronics trades workers in Victoria (28.5%)1

Average gross weekly earnings AUD$1,0002

Average weekly hours 39.93

View the Job Outlook website for career and labour market research information on this occupation.

An electronic equipment trades worker testing equipment 

Victoria is currently offering visa nomination for eligible electronic equipment trades workers. To be eligible to apply electronic equipment trades workers must meet Victoria's minimum eligibility requirements and address the nomination assessment requirements for the occupation.  See the Occupation Lists for more information.

More detailed information about applying for Victorian Government visa nomination is available in the Visas and Immigration section.

Licensing and registration

There are no licensing or registration requirements for electronic equipment trades workers working in Victoria.

Industry contacts

Professional bodies and industry associations are a good source of information about electronic equipment trades workers in Victoria.

Finding a job

Electronic equipment trades workers work in chemical processing, hospitals and the energy and minerals sector.

Electronic equipment trades workers are employed across several industries including: Other Services; Construction; Retail Trade; and Professional, Scientific and Technical Services.3


We suggest that you only apply for jobs when your visa to live and work in Australia has been issued. The visa application process can take time, and employers are less likely to employ you if you don’t know when you will arrive in Australia and don’t have a work visa.


To search for Victorian recruiters who specialise in electronic equipment trades workers, visit the Recruitment and Consulting Services Association's Member Index.

For more general information on Victoria’s job market, including where and how to find jobs, and workplace culture, visit our Working and Employment section.

Migrating to Victoria

If you are not an Australian citizen you will need a visa to enter Australia. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) is responsible for all Australian visas.

Some visas require state nomination.  Victoria offers state nomination for eligible skilled migrants and business migrants

Australian skills assessment 

For information on obtaining an Australian skills or qualification assessment, and the licensing or registration requirements for practicing your occupation in Australia, see the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.

1 Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Job Outlook – Occupation pages – Employment levels. Retrieved March 15 2012 from

2 Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Job Outlook - Occupation pages. Retrieved March 15 2012 from Please note that wages will vary according to your level of skill and qualification. For more information about your wage earning potential, visit the job seeker sites listed above under Finding a Job.

3 Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Job Outlook - Occupation pages - Prospects for Employment. Retrieved March 15 2012 from