96 careers found


Audiologists test hearing and assess the nature of hearing disorders. They are responsible for the non-medical management and rehabilitation of hearing loss and associated disorders of communication.


Audiometrists test hearing by administering audiometric tests to enable the rehabilitation of hearing loss through counselling and/or the fitting of hearing devices. They may refer or report to a medical practitioner or an audiologist as required.

Specialisations: Clinical Audiometrist Hearing Aid Audiometrist Industrial Screening Audiometrist

Exercise Scientist

Exercise scientists assist sportspeople to achieve the best possible sporting performance by applying knowledge and techniques from the areas of biomedical science, physiology, biomechanics (the study of human movement), nutrition, psychology and sport assessment.

Specialisations: Exercise Physiologist Motor Control and Learning Specialist Sports Biomechanist Sports Scientist


Biotechnologists study plants, animals and microorganisms. They use this knowledge to develop uses for biological processes, which include creating products for pharmaceutical, agricultural, diagnostic and environmental use, and advancing industrial processes. Their work may incorporate the use of small molecule technologies, nanotechnology, bioinformatics and synthetic biology.

House Parent

House parents are concerned with all the tasks relating to the personal care, boarding accommodation, meals, study, recreation and weekend activities of children and adolescents in a residential establishment. They usually live in or near the boarding establishment.

Specialisations: Boarding School Supervisor

Cardiac Technologist

Cardiac technologists provide technical services for the investigation, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. As part of the cardiology team, cardiac technologists operate a range of specialist equipment, which provides data that cardiologists and other medical practitioners use for patient care.

Consultant Physician

Consultant physicians (specialists) use specialist medical techniques to investigate, diagnose and treat human disorders and diseases.

Specialisations: Cardiologist Dermatologist Emergency Medicine Specialist Endocrinologist Gastroenterologist Geriatrician Haematologist Oncologist Rheumatologist


Surgeons operate on patients to repair injuries, prevent and treat diseases, correct deformities, and improve human bodily functions and appearance.

Specialisations: Cardiothoracic Surgeon General Surgeon Neurosurgeon Orthopaedic Surgeon Otolaryngologist Paediatric Surgeon Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Urologist Vascular Surgeon

Career Development Practitioner

Career development practitioners help people of all ages to manage learning and work throughout their life. They provide information, advice and assistance relating to a wide range of matters, such as career planning and management, personal development and looking for work.

Civil Celebrant

Civil celebrants design, plan and perform civil (non-religious) marriage ceremonies, funerals, commitment ceremonies, namings and other ceremonies, in consultation with individuals, couples and families.

Early Childhood Educator

Early childhood educators care for the social, emotional, physical and educational needs of infants and young children in various care settings.


Chiropractors diagnose and treat health problems related to the nervous, muscular and skeletal systems, particularly the spine, without the use of drugs or surgery.