02 Aug Nine Occupations Added By New Brunswick
Nine Occupations Added By New Brunswick In The Priority List of Express Entry System
The priority occupations rise to 19 with new positions. The list of priority occupations in the province of Atlantic Canada in New Brunswick has been updated for the Labor Market Stream of Express Entry system.
The main target workers included in the New Brunswick Express Entry Labor Market Stream’s occupations list are from Information and Communications Technology.
There are 19 occupations in updated list including nine new additions –
|Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services||0013|
|Managers in health care||0311|
|Restaurant and food service managers||0631|
|Financial and investment analysts||1112|
|Human resources professionals||1121|
|Purchasing agents and officers||1225|
|Accounting technicians and bookkeepers||1311|
|Information systems analysts and consultants||2171|
|Computer network technician||2281|
|Software engineers and designers||2173|
|Database analysts and data administrators||2172|
|Computer programmers and interactive media developers||2174|
|Early childhood educators and assistants||4214|
|Translators, terminologists and interpreters||5125|
|Retail sale supervisors||6211|
|Retail and wholesale buyers||6222|
The New Brunswick Express Entry Labor Market Stream lets the province choose eligible candidates for Federal Express Entry System while inviting them for applying for provincial nomination.
Those candidates of Express Entry having New Brunswick’s provincial nomination obtain extra 600 points in Comprehensive Ranking System in Express Entry Score.
With work experience for any of the above mentioned occupations, the candidates now have to meet any of the below mentioned criteria in addition to other criterion set by NBPNP or New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program.
- Employee of New Brunswick or holds job offer from company in New Brunswick having designation of Skill Type O, Skill Level A and B according to NOC (National Occupational Classification) of Canada OR
- Have child, sibling, cousin, uncle, aunt, parent, grandparent, who are minimum 18 years old, living in New Brunswick as permanent resident or Canadian citizen or has lived in the province for minimum 12 months OR
- Verified by TEF or Test d’évaluation de français, first language is French.
In order to fall under this category, a submission of EPOI or Expression of Interest to NBPNP is must.
The EOI application will be taken from only those candidates of NBPNP who have cleared the eligibility criteria of Federal Skilled Worker Class and have scored minimum cut-off of 67 out of 100 in selection factors of FSWC. The candidates also need to clear the criteria of New Brunswick Express Entry Labor Market Stream.