Master fishers control fishing operations to catch and preserve fish, crustaceans and molluscs in ocean, coastal and inland waters, using equipment such as nets, lines, traps, pots and towed dredges.
Forklift operators drive forklifts to shift and stack bales, cartons, containers, crates and pallets of goods in areas such as timber yards and warehouses. They may also move shipping containers on the waterfront.
Furniture removalists move domestic and commercial furniture between different locations, within the state or territory and nationwide.
Integrated ratings carry out maintenance and lookout duties on the decks and in the engine rooms of merchant ships.
Inventory and supply officers receive and dispatch goods, manage stock levels and record stock movement. With experience, and sometimes further training, it is possible to become an inventory control manager or supply manager.
Marine surveyors carry out inspections of passenger and cargo ships, commercial charter craft, fishing vessels, recreational craft and yachts.
Pathology Couriers are non-medical transport drivers who collect and distribute pathology specimens between doctors' surgeries, hospitals and pathology laboratories.
Pilots fly various types of aircraft, including light planes, helicopters or airline aircraft, depending on the aircraft type they are approved to fly. They may transport passengers, mail and freight within Australia, internationally on scheduled airline and unscheduled charter services, or provide other aviation services as required.
State government public servants are government employees who work in any of the departments of a state or territory government.
Radiator repairers test radiators for obstructions or leaks and make repairs as necessary.