Jobs are not relevant. The first thing you need to do is check which occupation list your occupation is listed (if any). Then, you need to see what are the skills assessment criteria for that occupation and check you can meet them.
The skills list is vital as if it isn't there, then that is the end. If it is, which list is vital as that will dictate what visas are available. If it is on the long term list, then a 189 visa is available. That is the gold star visa. However, it is competitive with candidates chosen by the most points. You would need at least 90 to have a chance of a invite, ideally 95.
If the 189 isn't an option, then the next best is the 190. However, this requires state sponsorship. So you would need to see if any states are sponsoring the occupation and that you meet any criteria that the state is imposing.
A quick note on calculating points. When including points for English, you need to prove it by undertaking an English exam such as ILETS
Obviously, none of this is relevant at the moment as there are special restrictions in place due to the pandemic and most visas are not being processed. That gives rise to issues that are likely to cause complicaciones even after Covid and I would strongly recommend speaking to a registered migration agent.