The Department of Training and Workforce Development, through their Migration Services area provides a range of services and information to help skilled migrants settle and work in Western Australia.
Western Australia offers the world a unique set of strengths and capabilities, from a highly-skilled workforce to abundant resources and outstanding research and education institutions.
Western Australia's capital city is a safe, clean and vibrant city, consistently ranked in the world's top 10 most liveable cities.
Western Australia has a population of just over 2 million people and is the largest in area of Australia's eight states and territories. With a global reputation as being 'effortlessly' Australian; work in the most relaxed and naturally adventurous state of Australia.
Find out more:
Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)
Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491)
Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 494)
Safe Haven Enterprise Visa
Free Skilled Migrant Employment Register now available!
18 July 2022
The new Skilled Migrant Employment Register is a free initiative supporting employers and skilled migrants to connect to build the Western Australian workforce.
Skilled migrants seeking employment can indicate their interest to connect with the Western Australian workforce by completing the registration form. Once registered, de-identified details are published on the Skilled Migrant Employment Register, indicating to employers the interest to gain employment in Western Australia.
Employers have the opportunity to review the Skilled Migrant Employment Register to identify talent that may align with their business needs, and connect with a skilled migrant.
For more information, visit Skilled Migrant Employment Register.
The WA Government's management of COVID-19 has helped keep the state's economy strong and stable. With world class education, healthy job opportunities and strong public health management, there is no better or safer place to live, work and study than WA.
The Department of Training and Workforce Development acknowledges the Aboriginal peoples of Western Australia as traditional custodians of the lands and waters. It honours their wisdom, cultures, languages, and communities and pays respect to the Elders past, present and emerging.