DAMA Goldfield is a five-year employment contract between the federal government, the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Shires of Coolgardie, Leonora and Menzies. It aims to attract skilled migrants to work and life in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Coolgardie, Leonora and Menzies, so that Goldfields employers can sponsor skilled overseas workers in certain sectors that currently have critical skills and labour shortages. While DAMA focuses on the needs of the regional economy, candidates who would be interested in DAMA are among them; The Commission on Human Rights and Human Rights was established in 1990. THE DAMAS ensure that employers hire Australian citizens and permanent residents as a top priority. Among other things, employers must demonstrate a real attempt to recruit Australians before they have access to a DAMA employment contract. DAMA Goldfield is a five-year employment contract between the federal government, the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Shires of Coolgardie, Leonora and Menzies. DAMA is an employment contract for a designated area that can provide access to more occupations and may be less demanding. The DAMA employment contract allows employers to assist migrant workers via the TSS 482 and the 186 visa flows. Skilled and skilled workers in occupations not on the Short-Term Occupancy List (STSOL) and the Long-Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) may have access to skilled Australian migration through the DAMA program.
The designated area has requirements for the approval of an employment contract that must be respected. Indeed, the DAMA criteria are based on the reduction of the requirements for visa 482 and visa 186. An Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) is a formal agreement between the Australian government and a regional, governmental or local authority. It provides access to more foreign workers than the standard skilled migration program. DAMA works under an agreement that provides regions with flexibility to meet their unique economic and labour market conditions. SA DAMA is covered by two agreements that list eligible occupations and concessions: South Australian Regional Workforce Agreement, which covers the entire state, but some occupations are limited to regions. Under DAMA, employers can support skilled and skilled overseas workers in certain regions where skills and labour shortages are noted.