Hairdressers and Barbers

Hairdressers and Barbers

Hair Stylists having fun

Position Description

Stylish hairdressing salons in Western Australia and Queensland seek experienced hairdressers and Barbers with great cutting, styling and colouring skills.

Your main tasks will be:

  • Cut and style your client’s hair
  • Shampoo, condition, and professional blow dry
  • Prepare and apply a broad range of colour treatments
  • Apply personalised hair care treatments

Qualities you should possess:

  • Highly professional approach to each client’s needs
  • Focussed on meeting client expectations
  • Ability to work to a tight schedule
  • Display excellent attention to detail
  • Take pride in your appearance
  • Polite and attentive manner
  • Great communication skills

Qualifications:

  • Hairdressing qualifications preferred
  • Minimum 5 years of salon experience preferred

Employer Nominated Visa Comparison Chart – Hairdressers and Barbers

Subclass 482 (TSS)

Temporary Skills Shortage visa

(Hairdressers and Barbers)

Snapshot

·       Temporary work visa

·       Granted for up to 2 years

·       No Medicare

·       Reciprocal Health Cover for eligible visa holders

·       No free schooling at State Schools – contribution of $4000 per family unit required

·       No automatic pathway to PR

·       Evidence of English ability required

·       Minimum 2 years’ work experience required, usually post qualification

·       Unrestricted work rights for partners

Employer Fees

·       Government Nomination Fee – $330

·       Skilling Australian Fund Levy – payment of $1200 or $1800 for each year employee is nominated AND paid upfront at time of lodgement

·       EasiVisa Fee – $1800 plus GST

Visa Applicant Fees

Government fees:

·       Main applicant – $1290

·       Partner/Spouse – $1290

·       Child 18 years or over – $1290

·       Child under 18 years – $325

Labour Market Testing

·       Compulsory

Subclass 494

Skilled Employer  Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa

(Hairdressers and Barbers)

Snapshot

·       Provisional residence visa

·       Granted for 5 years

·       Medicare

·       Free schooling for children at State schools

·       Independent pathway to PR after 3 years working for employer sponsor in a regional area via the subclass 191 visa pathway

·       Skills Assessment required (VETASSESS)

·       Evidence of competent English required

·       Minimum 3 years’ work experience required, usually post qualification

·       Unrestricted work rights for partners

Employer Fees

·       Government Nomination Fee – Nil

·       Perth RCB Fee – $200 / Goldfields RCB Fee – $440

·       Skilling Australian Fund Levy – $3000 or $5000

·       EasiVisa Fee – $2500 plus GST (RCB application + Nomination application)

Visa Applicant Fees

Government fees:

·       Main applicant – $4115

·       Partner/Spouse – $2060

·       Child 18 years or over – $2060

·       Child under 18 years – $1030

Labour Market Testing

·       Compulsory

Subclass 407

Training visa

(Hairdressers and Barbers)

Snapshot

·       Temporary work visa

·       Granted for up to 2 years

·       No Medicare

·       Reciprocal Health Cover for eligible visa holders

·       International study fees for dependents

·       No automatic pathway to PR

·       Evidence of Functional English ability required

·       Employment/study experience equivalent to at least 12 months full-time experience in past 24 months

·       Restricted work rights for partners and accompanying family members (temp removed)

Employer Fees

·       Government Nomination Fee – $170

·       EasiVisa Fee – $2500 plus GST

·       Training Plan – can be prepared by employer or an external provider who could charge from $2000

Visa Applicant Fees

Government fees:

·       Main applicant – $315

·       Partner/Spouse – $315

·       Child 18 years or over – $315

·       Child under 18 years – $80

Labour Market Testing

·       Recommended