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Viticulturists plan, supervise and coordinate the growing of selected grape varieties for the production of wine, dried fruit or table grapes.

Vocational Education and Training (VET) lecturers teach vocational courses connected with specific industries and areas of work to help people enter or re-enter the workforce. VET lecturers teach subjects in which they have specialist knowledge, skills and experience, such as building and construction, business and commerce, commercial photography, hairdressing, horticulture, hospitality and tourism, retail, music, art, science, engineering and areas of health. Some VET lecturers teach in non-industry specific areas such as languages, literacy and general workplace preparation.

Waiters serve food and drinks to guests in hotels, restaurants, clubs and similar establishments.

Wall and ceiling liners make, apply and fix the internal and external linings of commercial and domestic buildings. These linings may include office partitions, non-structural walls and ceilings.

Ward assistants help allied health professionals and staff in hospitals and other healthcare establishments with non-medical duties including housekeeping, food service and transportation, and ward, patient and office support.

Watch and clock repairers clean, repair and adjust mechanical and electronic timepieces.

Water and wastewater plant operators control the pumping of water for supply and storage. They treat water to purify it or to remove waste in order to meet various national standards.

Water services officers are responsible for planning, controlling and delivering water for purposes such as irrigation, commercial, stock and domestic usage.

Waterside workers stack, check and secure contents of shipping containers prepared for storage or dispatch.

Web developers design, create, produce and maintain websites using relevant software packages.

Website administrators create and maintain the hardware and software required to run websites and coordinate their content and style.

Welfare workers work with individuals, families, groups and communities to improve quality of life by empowering, educating and supporting people and by helping them to change their social environment. Some specialise in helping families, adolescents, people with substance abuse issues, homeless people, people with disability, people escaping domestic violence, victims of crime or criminals.

Wellness officers plan, execute and monitor strategies to improve staff culture, morale and happiness in the workplace.

Window cleaners clean interior and exterior window surfaces, usually from elevated platforms or scaffolds attached to high-rise buildings.

Windscreen fitters repair and replace windscreens and side and rear glass in motor vehicles.

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