BOESL managing director Md Billal Hossain and operation director of Sterning Paul Egan on behalf of their respective sides signed the document.
As per the agreement, Sterning will arrange employment for the skilled people of Bangladesh in the ICT sector in different client companies in Australia.
BOESL will provide competent candidates against the demand of Sterning. Bangladeshi ICT professionals will have job opportunities in Australia for the next three years under the deal.
Consulate general of Bangladesh in Sydney Khandaker Masudul Alam, counsellor (Labour) of Bangladesh High Commission in Canberra Md Salahuddin, Sterning CEO Joseph Merz and BOESL executive manager Md Mahabubur Rahman, among others, virtually joined the agreement signing ceremony.
Billal Hossain said the BOESL is now contacting other Australian companies to expand the skilled manpower export to Australia in other sectors.
Joseph Merz said there is demand for skilled IT professionals in Australia. So, the recruitment of Bangladeshi professionals will help meet the demand.