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South Australia: Two DAMA’s signed this week to fill South Australian skills gaps

The Adelaide Technology and Innovation Advancement Agreement and Regional South Australia DAMAs have been signed this week

Scott Morrison’s Government has finalised two Designated Area Migration Agreements (DAMAs) for South Australia.

After Northern Territory, Great South Coast region of Victoria and the Orana region in New South Wales, South Australia is among the first in Australia to enter a five-year agreement enabling designated regions to meet their unique circumstances and requirements.

The Adelaide Technology and Innovation Advancement Agreement and Regional South Australia DAMAs respond to calls for greater growth and will help ensure businesses have the workers they need.

The Adelaide Technology and Innovation Advancement Agreement and Regional South Australia DAMAs has been signed for greater growth and will ensure that businesses have the skilled workers they need.

The Federal Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs Mr David Coleman signed both South Australian agreements this week.

“The Morrison Government is committed to supporting the skills needs of regional Australia and has been working on tailored solutions to attract skilled migrants where Australian workers are not available to fill those jobs,” Mr Coleman said.

“Our first priority is always to fill jobs with Australians, but the immigration system can play an important role in helping to address regional skills gaps.”

The Regional DAMA program will allow employers in industries such as agribusiness, food processing and hospitality and tourism in regional South Australia, to sponsor skilled workers for jobs they are unable to fill with the existing workforce.

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