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Electronic equipment technicians install, service and repair electronic equipment for industrial, commercial and domestic purposes. They work with equipment such as computer networks, mobile phones, radio communications equipment (such as WLAN, two-way radio transceivers, CB radio, and radio and TV broadcast studio equipment), video arcade machines, microphones and public address systems.

Electronics and communications technicians diagnose faults and repair electronic devices, including audiovisual, broadcast, business and medical equipment.

Electronics engineers design, develop, test and maintain electronic parts and systems used in computers, communications, navigation, industry and entertainment.

Electronics engineering associates conduct and assist with the research, design, manufacture, repair and maintenance of advanced electronic equipment and systems. Electronics engineering associates usually have a range of duties that lie between trade and professional engineer levels.

Electronics engineering technicians assist electronics engineers with research, design, manufacturing, operation and maintenance tasks. They may work under the direction of electronics engineers, technologists or associates in all stages of planning, design, maintenance and production.

Embryologists perform routine diagnostic services and embryological procedures, such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF), at hospitals and clinics.

Engine reconditioners set up and operate machinery to restore and recondition the machined surfaces of engines and related vehicle components.

Engineering managers plan, administer and review engineering and technical operations.

Fabrication engineering tradespersons cut, shape, join and finish metal to make, maintain or repair metal products and structures. They may produce moulds or patterns for metal castings, apply coatings and work with a variety of materials.

Mechanical engineering tradespersons carry out a range of mechanical work on machines, subassemblies and manufactured parts using a range of processes, tools and machines. Recent changes in the industry have resulted in a number of trade jobs being merged into broad occupational areas. The new training structure provides a mix of skills across a number of traditional occupations, while also allowing apprentices to develop specific skills.

Engravers cut letters, figures and designs on metal, glass, wood, rubber, plastic and other surfaces.

Entertainers captivate, amuse or thrill an audience with dramatic, musical and other performances. They may perform a variety of tasks depending on their area of expertise.

An entrepreneur is a broad title and can refer to people in many different industries. The traditional view is of someone who establishes a business, often as a start-up, and builds it to success. Once the business develops and involves more employees, the entrepreneur will often take a position as a manager or high-level executive. Depending the trajectory of the company, the entrepreneur may then become a board member for the corporation.

Environmental engineers are concerned with assessing and managing the effects of human and other activity on the natural and built environment. They apply their engineering knowledge and skills to such things as environmental impact assessment, natural resources management and pollution control.

Environmental health officers assess risk and develop, regulate, enforce and monitor laws and regulations governing public health for both the built and natural environment, in order to promote good human health and environmental practices. Environmental health officers may specialise in the areas of air, food and water quality; disease vector control (mosquito control, for example); waste management; environmental protection; health education; and noise control.

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