Accountants analyse, report and give advice about the financial dealings of organisations and individuals, and advise on associated record-keeping and compliance requirements.
Specialisations: Auditor Budget Accountant Bursar Cost Accountant Finance Manager Forensic Accountant Investment Analyst Liquidator and Receiver Systems Accountant Taxation Consultant/Taxation Agent Treasurer
Bookkeepers record and put together summaries of the financial transactions of a business or other organisation for management purposes.
Actuaries evaluate risk and opportunity applying mathematical, statistical, economic and financial analyses to a wide range of business problems.
Administrative assistants perform a range of administrative tasks in an organisation.
Agricultural and resource economists study and apply economic principles to the use and management of resources in the agricultural, fisheries, forestry and other primary industries.
Economists perform economic research and analysis, and develop and apply theories relating to the production and distribution of goods and services and people's spending behaviour. Economists advise and provide forecasts to governments and businesses on matters such as taxation levels, wages and prices, employment and unemployment, imports and exports, and interest and exchange rates. They investigate international or national economic situations, or particular features such as industries or regions.
Arts administrators manage artistic and cultural venues such as theatres and art galleries.
Auctioneers conduct sales at which property or goods are sold to the person offering the highest purchase price.
Bank officers (including building society and credit union officers) receive and pay out money and assist customers with loans, foreign currency exchange and investments.
Bookmaker's clerks take bets from customers at betting agencies or bookmakers' stands, or over the phone, and assist bookmakers to provide betting services at race meetings.