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Jobs UK firms want non-EU migrants to fill.

Certificates of sponsorship (formerly work permits) issued to UK firms wanting to bring workers in from outside the EU between 28 November 2008 and 20 July 2010, by occupation.

Occupation 2008 2009 2010 Total
Source: Home Office Key: † means “one or two”
Officials, senior in national government 20 30 50
Directors/chief executives of major organisations 975 600 1570
Officials, senior in local government 10 5 15
Officials, senior in special interest organisation 45 20 65
Managers, production, works and maintenance 290 245 535
Managers, construction 140 70 210
Managers, mining and energy 80 45 125
Managers and chartered secretaries, financial 715 365 1080
Managers, marketing and sales 1280 1010 2290
Managers, purchasing 110 85 195
Managers, advertising and public relations 135 90 225
Managers, personnel, training and ind. relations 280 205 490
Managers, information and communication technology 5 1555 1425 2985
Managers, research and development 220 135 355
Managers, quality assurance 145 75 220
Managers, customer care 150 120 270
Managers, financial institution 10 435 270 710
Managers, office 345 285 630
Managers, transport and distribution 105 75 180
Managers, storage and warehouse 20 20 40
Managers, retail and wholesale 130 90 215
Police officers (inspectors and above) 5 5
Managers, security 25 25 50
Managers, hospital and health service 30 25 55
Managers, pharmacy 60 10 70
Managers, healthcare practice 115 50 165
Managers, social services 10 10 20
Managers, residential and day care managers 25 20 50
Managers, farm 5 10 20
Managers, natural environment and conservation 15 15
Managers, animal husbandry/forestry/fishing n.e.c. 10 5 15
Managers, hotel and accommodation 100 125 225
Managers, conference and exhibition 15 15 35
Managers, Restaurant and catering 355 370 725
Publicans and managers of licenced premises 5 5
Managers, leisure and sports 90 45 135
Managers, travel agency 20 10 30
Managers, property, housing and land 10 15 25
Managers and proprietors, garages 5 5
Managers, hairdressing and beauty salons 20 10 30
Shopkeepers and wholesale/retail dealers 10 10
Managers, recycling and refuse disposal 5 5
Managers and proprietors in other services n.e.c. 95 45 140
Chemists (not pharmacists) 30 25 50
Biological scientists and biochemists 180 90 270
Physicists, geologists and meteorologists 235 130 365
Engineers, civil 445 230 675
Engineers, mechanical 440 255 700
Engineers, electrical 295 175 470
Engineers, electronics 110 80 190
Engineers, chemical 130 65 195
Engineers, design and development 380 250 630
Engineers, production and process 310 140 450
Engineers, planning and quality control 150 100 245
Engineering professionals n.e.c. 5 455 260 715
IT strategy and planning professionals 1280 920 2200
IT, software professionals 40 15280 10735 26060
Medical practitioners e.g. doctors and surgeons 5 2225 1320 3550
Psychologists 20 10 30
Pharmacists/pharmacologists 230 70 300
Ophthalmic opticians 10 5 15
Dental practitioners (dentists) 70 45 115
Veterinarians (vets) 5 50 35 90
Teacher/lecturer in higher education 5 685 345 1035
Teacher/lecturer in further education 65 45 105
Education officers, school inspectors 5 10
Teacher, secondary education 1065 365 1430
Teacher, primary and nursery education 460 165 625
Teacher, special needs 60 20 80
Registrars, senior administrators in education 15 15 30
Teaching professionals (teachers) n.e.c. 55 30 90
Researchers, scientific 5 1735 870 2610
Researchers, social science 220 125 345
Researchers n.e.c. 1170 820 1995
Lawyers, solicitors, judges and coroners 490 345 840
Legal professionals n.e.c. 80 85 165
Accountants, chartered and certified 770 445 1220
Accountants, management 195 135 330
Consultants, actuaries, economists, statisticians 1390 1220 2610
Architects 95 50 145
Town planners 5 5
Surveyors, quantity 50 15 70
Surveyors, chartered (not quantity surveyors) 5 5 5
Administrator, public service 60 15 75
Social workers 390 220 610
Probation officers
Clergy 1095 1050 2150
Librarians 5 5
Archivists and curators 10 10 20
Technicians, laboratory 80 55 140
Technicians, electrical/electronics 175 115 290
Technicians, engineering 15 200 75 290
Technicians, building and civil engineering 25 30 55
Technicians, quality assurance 75 30 105
Technicians, science and engineering n.e.c. 50 30 80
Technicians, architectural and town planning 20 15 35
Draughtspersons 100 85 185
Technicians, IT operations 10 1305 605 1920
Technicians, IT user support 690 505 1200
Nurses 5 3295 1795 5095
Midwives 35 10 40
Medical radiographers 225 140 365
Chiropodists
Dispensing opticians 5 5
Pharmaceutical dispensers (pharmacists) 40 20 60
Technicians, medical and dental 55 40 95
Physiotherapists 120 40 155
Therapists, occupational 100 40 140
Therapists, speech and language 20 15 35
Therapists n.e.c. 125 65 190
Youth and community workers 540 455 995
Housing and welfare officers 5 5 10
Fire service officers (leading officer and below) 5 5
Protective service associate professionals n.e.c. 10 10
Artists 635 480 1115
Authors, writers 45 30 75
Actors, entertainers 2040 1590 3635
Dancers and choreographers 10 1195 1165 2370
Musicians 10 12225 8760 21000
Arts officers, producers and directors 5 585 510 1100
Designers, graphic 80 60 140
Designers, product, clothing and related 65 35 100
Journalists, newspaper and periodical editors 85 65 145
Broadcasting associate professionals 105 60 165
Public relations officers 60 40 100
Photographers and audio-visual equipment operators 270 220 490
Sports players 710 535 1250
Sports coaches, instructors and officials 160 75 235
Fitness instructors 5 5 10
Sports and fitness occupations n.e.c. 370 915 1285
Air traffic controllers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers 10 10 20
Ship and hovercraft officers 25 5 30
Legal associate professionals 100 45 145
Estimators, valuers and assessors 10 10 20
Brokers 420 310 735
Insurance underwriters 45 40 90
Finance and investment analysts/advisers 5 1815 1530 3345
Taxation experts 145 85 230
Importers, exporters 20 45 65
Financial and accounting technicians 315 230 545
Business associate professionals n.e.c. 225 225 450
Buyers and purchasing officers 70 50 115
Sales representatives 95 85 180
Marketing associate professionals 265 180 445
Estate agents, auctioneers 10 5 15
Conservation and environmental protection officers 15 5 20
Associate professionals, public service 5 5 5
Personnel and industrial relations officers 125 65 190
Vocational and industrial trainers and instructors 30 20 50
Careers advisers/vocational guidance specialists 5 5 5
Inspectors of factories and utilities 5 5
Occupational hygienists, health & safety officers 20 5 25
Environmental health officers 5 5 10
Executive officers, Civil Service 10 5 15
Administrative officers/assistants, Civil Service 20 10 30
Clerical officers/assistants, Local government 5 5
Officers of non-governmental organisations 70 30 100
Credit controllers 5 5
Clerks (accounts, wages, financial)/book-keepers, 10 5 15
Clerks and assistants, filing and other records 10 40 45
Clerks pensions and insurance
Clerks, stock control 10 15
Clerks, transport and distribution 15 15 35
Clerks and assistants, Library 5 5
Clerks and assistants, database 5 10 10
Interviewers, market research 5 5
Communication operators 5
General office assistants/clerks 60 255 315
Secretaries, medical
Secretaries, legal
Secretaries, school
Secretaries, company 5 10
Personal assistants and other secretaries 105 55 160
Receptionists 5 5 10
Farmers 20 30 50
Horticultural trades, market gardener 5 15 20
Gardeners and groundsmen/groundswomen 10 10
Agricultural and fishing trades n.e.c. 65 140 205
Smiths and forge workers
Moulders, core makers, die casters
Sheet metal workers 15 5 20
Welder, welding trades 25 10 35
Pipe fitters 15 15
Metal machining setters and setter-operators 10 10
Tool makers, tool fitters and markers-out 5
Metal working production and maintenance fitters 20 40 55
Precision instrument makers and repairers
Motor mechanics, auto engineers 10 15 25
Vehicle body builders and repairers 5
Electricians, auto 5 10
Electricians, electrical fitters 15 5 20
Engineers, telecommunications 50 25 75
Lines repairers and cable jointers 35 55 90
Engineers, TV, video and audio 95 45 135
Engineers, computer – installation and maintenance 40 35 70
Engineers, electrical/electronics n.e.c. 30 15 45
Steel erectors 5 5
Bricklayers, masons 25 5 30
Roofers, roof tilers and slaters
Plumbers, heating and ventilating engineers 10 10
Carpenters and joiners 65 15 75
Glaziers, window fabricators and fitters
Construction trades n.e.c. 10 20 30
Plasterers 5 5
Floorers and wall tilers 5 5
Painters and decorators 10 10
Weavers and knitters 5 5
Upholsterers
Leather and related trades 5 5
Tailors and dressmakers 10 10 20
Textiles, garments and related trades n.e.c. 10 15 25
Originators, compositors and print preparers 5
Printers 5 5
Butchers, meat cutters 45 50 90
Bakers, flour confectioners 5 5 10
Fishmongers, poultry dressers
Chefs, cooks 1640 1830 3475
Glass and ceramics makers, decorators & finishers
Furniture makers, other craft woodworkers 5 5 5
Pattern makers (moulds)
Musical instrument makers and tuners 25 10 40
Goldsmiths, silversmiths, precious stone workers 5 5 10
Floral arrangers, florists
Hand craft occupations n.e.c. 5 5
Nursing auxiliaries and assistants 75 45 115
Dental nurses 10 25 35
Houseparents and residential wardens 20 5 20
Care assistants and home carers 1525 1790 3315
Nursery nurses 10 5 15
Childminders and related occupations 10 10 20
Playgroup leaders/assistants 5 5
Educational assistants (teaching assistants) 90 25 120
Veterinary nurses and assistants 5 5 15
Animal care occupations n.e.c. 225 315 540
Sports and leisure assistants 25 15 45
Travel agents 5 5
Travel and tour guides 5 5
Air travel assistants 5 5
Leisure and travel service occupations n.e.c. 10 15 20
Hairdressers, barbers 15 5 15
Beauticians and related occupations 15 15
Housekeepers and related occupations 130 105 230
Caretakers 5 10
Sales and retail assistants 5 20 20
Telephone salespersons
Debt, rent and other cash collectors
Merchandisers and window dressers 15 5 20
Sales related occupations n.e.c. 20 10 30
Call centre agents/operators 15 5 20
Customer care occupations 5 5 10
Process operatives, food, drink and tobacco 20 20
Process operatives, textile
Process operatives, chemical and related 10 10 20
Process operatives, rubber
Process operatives, plastics
Process operatives, metal making and treating 5 5
Machine operatives, paper and wood
Energy plant operatives 15 30 45
Machine operatives, metal working
Plant and machine operatives n.e.c.
Assemblers (vehicles and metal goods) 5 5
Clothing cutters
Sewing machinists
Scaffolders, stagers, riggers
Drivers, van 5 5 10
Drivers, bus and coach
Drivers (taxi and cab) and chauffeurs
Operatives, air transport 10 10 20
Transport operatives n.e.c.
Farm workers
Forestry workers
Fishing and agriculture related occupations n.e.c. 35 30 60
Labourers in building and woodworking trades 35 30 65
Labourers in other construction trades n.e.c. 5
Industrial cleaning process occupations
Other goods handling & storage occupations n.e.c.
Kitchen and catering assistants 50 35 85
Waiters, Waitresses 135 50 185
Bar staff
Leisure and theme park attendants
Cleaners, domestics 65 55 120
Launderers, dry cleaners, pressers
Security guards and related occupations 30 15 45
Elementary sales occupations n.e.c.
Not stated 5 5180 3355 8545
Total 175 80940 58030 139150

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15 Responses to “Revealed – jobs UK firms want non-EU migrants to fill under Tier 2”
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  1. See recent UK Border updates on their website.
    You will need to find a UK sponsoring employer if you want to come here under Tier 2.

  2. Dear Hiring Manager:

    I was interested to see your job posting on: for electrician and would like to learn more about this opportunity.

    I am a master electrician with extensive experience and PLC Siemens S5 Working in “Thyssenkrupp” Coal Mine Kosovo Excavatory work and installation and maintianing electrical supply and equipment.

    I have 13 years and more experience with installing, maintaining, inspecting, and troubleshooting various electrical systems, motors, wiring, power distribution, transformers, circuit breaker systems, electrical panel boards, control boards, electronic circuits, coils, voltage regulators, switches, fuses, generators, ball field lights, exhaust fans, electrical receptacles, and related electrical equipment.

    I feel that my skills:
    -Ability to install and maintain motors, generators, circuit breakers, and transformers.
    -Ability to identify defects, in wiring switches, motors and other electrical equipment.
    -Deep knowledge of electrical systems.
    -Expertise in troubgleshootig electrical circuits and providing.
    -Highly skilled with reading electrical schematics.

    Would be an asset in this role.

    Thank you for your time and consideration. I hope to have the opportunity to discuss the opening with you in person.

    Sincerely

    Bedri Dedinca

  3. Jeane Kathleen says :

    Being part of the list what could be the best option for a nurse to immigrate? what assistance can you provide? thanks!

  4. Saint Marc says :

    Hi,
    I have 6 yrs experience in Quality control or Test engineer. How do I apply for the job. Will I get a Tier 2 sponsorship.

  5. Toyin Oyenuga says :

    i wish to come into the UK thru work permit… tier 2, i am an IT professonal
    pls advise.

    thank you

  6. i want to know the requirements for applying uk.
    i already worked in accountant firm in uk for 2 yrs now am back to india can i apply for accountant jobs or in finance field please respond my request

  7. mickzey says :

    hi charles..im already here in ut i just would like to ask how can i apply for this available jobs that u posted? im really looking forward for ur reply please…? have a good day!

  8. i want to know the requirements for applying UK. I am very much interested the job vacancies posted at your site..i want to apply as a cashier in big department store or, working at industrial company…please respond my request.

  9. can i apply for welder/pipefittr work

  10. Siobhan says :

    Managers, Restaurant and catering † 355 370 725 – I’m wondering how I could find out more about these approved ones – I wonder were they fast food?? I’m interested in recruiting these from overseas/Phillipines

  11. Dennis mathieson says :

    as i have a Ukranian lady fiance,and has got BATCHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE,AS TEACHER OF ENGLISH,and a certificate for a staff nurse.what would her chances be,of applying for work visa to come and work in the u.k.
    also how can someone from the ukraine get a work permit visa,if she has to have a job offer from a u.k copany before she can apply for visa,and u.k company will not give job offer,until they interview any possible job candidates?
    can you put some light on this subject please.
    Thanking you .mr Dennis Mathieson

  12. Dear sir,

    i belive that uk Goverment is playing role to boost their economey but tis sims to be horible and tragic since they were not good produtivity of 50% young genaration .majoroty of people like to be staying at home have drinks have smoke enjoy the life with girlfreind .as we work like donkey in this country to support economey beside we would like to learn better life but unfornatly the one works hard n skill people having troble day be day coz gov try to destrory all non EU migrants from this country to evect them.but this gov has to face sooner or later very desgrecce reputaion in world and beside they are recisce goverment they are so poor in mgt skills.we hope they should relize this situation and they get back in track asap.

  13. Melisa Gamboa Roncales says :

    I want to apply for the job manager in hospital health care under the non EU workers.I want to know the requirements needed to apply this job.
    Your response is highly appreciated.You can reach me in my e mail address.Thank you…

    Respectfully Yours,
    Melisa Gamboa Roncales

  14. […] Revealed – jobs UK firms want non-EU migrants to fill under Tier 2 […]

  15. Aurora says :

    Hello,

    I’ve seen the lists of job vacancies herein and i wonder if i can possibly try to apply for some positions? I have the necessary qualifications and work experience but i hail from the Philippines.

    Please advise. Thank you very much.

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