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Animal Attendant

Animal attendants provide food, water and care for animals.

Specialisations: Kennel Hand Pet Groomer Pet Shop Attendant

Animal Attendant - Animal Shelter

Animal attendants in animal shelters feed and care for animals, rescue animals and apply basic first aid, and run tours of the shelter or sanctuary.

Animal Attendant - Veterinary Clinic

Animal Attendants in veterinary clinics perform general reception duties and daily clinic routines such as feeding animals and assisting with surgery preparations.

Animal Control Officer

Animal Control Officers enforce local and regional laws concerning the care and treatment of animals. They patrol public areas looking for potential signs of distressed animals and work directly with citizens concerning animal control issues. Some officers also educate the public about animal control safety.

Animal Technician

Animal technicians help veterinary, medical, pharmaceutical, agricultural and general scientists and students to care for and check on animals used for research, breeding and scientific purposes.

Specialisations: Field Assistant Zookeeper

Beekeeper

Beekeepers operate beehives to produce honey and related products such as beeswax, pollen, royal jelly, propolis (bee glue and bee antiseptic) and queen bees, and to pollinate seed, fruit, nut and vegetable crops. Beekeepers also operate beehives to assist with the pollination of seed, fruit, nut and vegetable crops.

Aquarium Assistant

Aquarium Assistants care for and sell aquatic animals. They also provide advice to customers on animal selection and care.

Assistant Animal Groomer

Assistant Animal Groomers work as junior groomers caring for and grooming companion animals, usually dogs and occasionally cats.

Fisheries Officer

Fisheries officers are responsible for the management, conservation and preservation of state and territory fisheries resources. They work to ensure these resources are not endangered or exploited.

Specialisations: Boating and Fisheries Patrol Officer Fisheries Observer

Farmer

Farmers and farm managers undertake farming operations to raise livestock and cultivate crops, fruit, vegetables and other agricultural products. A farmer is a self-employed person who farms their own land or a leasehold property rented from a landowner. A farm manager is an employee who is paid a salary to manage a farm or group of farms. Farmers and farm managers may specialise in enterprises such as cropping or horticulture. Others work with animals such as beef or dairy cattle, sheep, pigs or poultry. Many farmers and farm managers conduct mixed farming operations.

Specialisations: Permaculturalist Production Horticulturist

Dog Trainer

Dog trainers teach dogs to obey commands and perform specific tasks.

Specialisations: Detection/Defence Dog Trainer

Driller's Assistant

Drillers' assistants help move, set up and operate drilling rigs and related equipment to drill holes for such things as oil, natural gas and water, building foundations, minerals exploration and site investigation.