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Currently on Visa 485 and seeking Employment Sponsorship advice

Hi,

I work as a D.A for a big organization in Australia. I have worked for this organization since 2017 until today under different job titles and contracts(part-time/casual/full-time/volunteer). Almost a year ago I have joined a team as a full-time employee to work on some technical projects including data-analysis for them.I do not have lots of experience related to my field as I finished my study 2 years ago and I struggled to get a job related to my field as an international student.At this stage I am not competitive to submit EOI that is why I am looking for a sponsor as my visa ends in less than a year.Is there anyone who knows how the employee sponsorship works in Australia? I have read about it on the immigration website but I need personal advice and I need to know more about the process. I am trying to find a skill to match it with my current job. I do not even know how to ask my manager to see if she will sponsor me or not. I really like my job and working for them has been a valuable experience. I do not want to miss this opportunity and have a gap in my resume. Any advice is appreciated.

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