Express Entry priority list- New Brunswick includes 9 more occupations
July 25, 2018

Express Entry priority list- New Brunswick includes 9 more occupations

New positions bring number of priority occupations to 19

New Brunswick, an Atlantic Canada province, has upgraded the list of priority occupations, for its Express Entry Labor Market Stream. This is the fourth time that it has opened, since Sep 2017. The new list includes 19 occupations, and there are nine new additions:

OCCUPATION NOC
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
Executive assistants 1222
Purchasing agents and officers 1225
Administrative assistants 1241
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
Cooks 6322

This Express Entry Labor Market Stream, permits the province in selecting eligible candidates in the federal  Express Entry system. Subsequently, they receive the invitation, for applying, seeking provincial nomination. Additionally the candidates having the New Brunswick provincial nomination receive 600 additional C.R.S. points in their Express Entry score.

Furthermore, apart from the work experience in an occupation, as per the above list, candidates also have to presently meet one of the following criteria.

Presently employed in New Brunswick, or having a job offer from a company in New Brunswick which has designation of Skill Type O, Skill Level A or Skill Level B, in the National Occupational Classification of Canada

Or having a child, sister, brother, parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle living in New Brunswick at an age of 18 years. The person must have lived in the province for minimum one year as a citizen of Canada or Canada permanent resident;

Have proficiency in French as first language, proved by a Test d’évaluation de français .

The norm for consideration in this stream, is that the candidate must submit an EOI to the N.B.P.N.P. first. The N.B.P.N.P. will consider EOI to this category from all candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria in the Federal Skilled Worker Class and also score at least 67 out of 100 points, in the factors of selection in the category. Such applicants also need to meet the eligibility norms for the EE New Brunswick Labor Market Stream.This Express Entry Labor Market Stream, permits the province in selecting eligible candidates in the federal  Express Entry system. Subsequently, they receive the invitation, for applying, seeking provincial nomination. Additionally the candidates having the New Brunswick provincial nomination receive 600 additional C.R.S. points in their Express Entry score.

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