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    • Abestos Removal Worker

      Identify, remove, pack, transport, or dispose of hazardous materials, including asbestos, lead-based paint, waste oil, fuel, transmission fluid, radioactive materials, or contaminated soil.

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    • Accountants

      For people in the Accounting profession.

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    • Administrative Services Department

      Administrative services department managers Plan, direct, or coordinate one or more administrative services of an organization, such as records and information management, mail distribution, facilities planning and maintenance, custodial operations, and other office support services.

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    • Agricultural Advisor

      Agricultural advisors assist and advise farmers, agricultural businesses, rural industries and government in the production, processing and distribution of farm products.
      Tasks includes:
      •Collaborate with clients (e.g. farmers, agricultural businesses, rural industries) in order to identify and evaluate business and technical requirements.
      •Diagnose clients’ management and production problems.
      •Advise clients in areas such as feeding and health maintenance of livestock, growing and harvesting practices, choice of machinery and equipment, etc.
      •Solve problems (e.g. nutrient disorders in plants and livestock, management of weeds and plant diseases) and create solutions, including organizing and conducting field trials.
      •Assist clients with business planning, planning applications, government grant applications and new business ventures.
      •Schedule and make regular visits to clients.
      •Collect and analyze data, crop yield and financial reports to measure clients’ performance.
      •Gather relevant information (e.g. as requested by clients) and keep up to date with any relevant developments.
      •Conduct classes or deliver lectures, presentations and demonstrations on subjects such as farming techniques, business management and new regulations.
      •Prepare and distribute leaflets, pamphlets and visual aids for educational and informational purposes.
      •Organize, advise and participate in community activities and organizations such as fair events and agricultural clubs.
      •Maintain client records (e.g. services provided to clients, the effects of advice given), manatake general administrative duties.

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    • Air-Conditioning Installer Or Machanic

      Air conditioning technicians work in industrial, commercial and residential settings installing, repairing and maintaining HVAC systems. These positions require only a high school diploma, but many employers prefer those who have completed a training program or apprenticeship. Certification and licensure may be required in this field

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    • Aircraft Service Technician

      Aviation maintenance technicians repair aircrafts to ensure they meet FAA regulations. They must have mechanical aptitude, often work outdoors and can work any shift. These positions require a high school diploma and certification.

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    • Airline Pilots

      An airline pilot’s job is to safely fly an airliner, but a pilot does much more than just fly. A typical day may start with the pilot using computer skills to check weather and flight plans. The plane must be pre-flighted and all aircraft logs reviewed

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    • Ambulance Driver

      Those who drive ambulance or assist ambulance driver in transporting sick, injured, or convalescent persons. Assist in lifting patients. Drive ambulances or assist ambulance drivers in transporting sick, injured, or convalescent persons.

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    • Anesthesiologists

      Physicians who administer anesthetics prior to, during, or after surgery or other medical procedures. Monitor patient before, during, and after anesthesia and counteract adverse reactions or complications. Monitor patient conditions during treatments, procedures, or activities.

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    • Animal Carer

      Animal care workers feed, water, groom, exercise, monitor or otherwise care for pets, zoo animals and other non-farm animals. May keep records of animals and clean animal quarters.
      Some tasks includes:
      •Prepare food, and feed and water animals, e.g. according to schedules and feeding instructions.
      •Clean, organize and disinfect animal quarters such as pens, stables, cages and yards, and animal equipment such as saddles and bridles, and change animal bedding.
      •Perform animal grooming duties such as washing, brushing, clipping, trimming coats, cutting nails, cleaning ears and treating animals with insecticides.
      •Exercise, train, handle and play with animals.
      •Respond to questions from visitors or animal owners, and provide information to them about animals, such as behavior, habitat and breeding habits, or facility activities.
      •Answer telephones and schedule appointments, e.g. with animal owners.
      •Examine, observe and monitor animals to detect signs of illness, disease or injury.
      •Provide treatment to sick or injured animals, or contact veterinarians to secure treatment.
      •Collect and record animal information such as weight, size, physical condition, behavior, treatments received, medications given and food intake.
      •Transfer animals between enclosures, search for and capture stray animals.
      •Assist other professionals (e.g. veterinarians or scientists), e.g. in animal laboratory tests, with humane killing of animals and handling of dead animals.
      •Order, unload and store feed and supplies.

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    • Arable Farm Manager, Field Crop Or Vegetable

      Farm managers tend to work in either animal production, dairy or crop production although some do work with all three. Livestock on farms tends to be pigs, cows or sheep, while crops can cover cereals, oilseed rape, vegetables and salad.

      The job is varied and includes planning strategies for maximum yield, organising farm administration, working machinery, organising associated businesses and managing staff.

      Farm managers need to have technical and practical competence, as well as the ability to make sound business decisions. Farms are typically run by management companies or single-owner farmers.

      Farm managers must appreciate the need to satisfy regulations set by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) for safe, high-quality produce farmed in an environmentally sustainable manner.

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    • Arable Farmer, Field Crop Or Vegetable

      Arable farm manages (mixed crop) plan, organize and coordinate the activities and resources of farming establishments cultivating arable crops.
      Tasks includes:
      •Plan farm strategy, targets, finances and production.
      •Decide or advise on the kind of crops to be grown, and the area to be sown or planted.
      •Purchase machinery, equipment and supplies, such as seed, fertiliser and chemicals.
      •Plan the type, intensity and sequence of farm operations (e.g. determine the best time for planting, spraying and harvesting).
      •Recruit, train, direct, coordinate and supervise staff.
      •Maintain and monitor quality of produce, ensuring compliance with regulations.
      •Establish market strategies, market and arrange for the sale of crops and other farm produce.
      •Produce and maintain records of production and finances, and prepare financial and operational reports.
      •Apply health and safety standards across the farm estate.
      •Organize farm administration.
      •Arrange the maintenance and repair of farm buildings, machinery and equipment.
      •Perform practical farm work.

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    • Architect

      Architects work in the construction industry designing new buildings, restoring and conserving old buildings and developing new ways of using existing buildings. They are involved in construction projects from the earliest stages right through to completion.

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    • Assembler

      Assemblers uses a variety of hand & power tools, fixtures, work instructions and test equipment perform a series of operations to correctly assemble/test medical devices. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Follow detailed assembly instructions, processes and procedures.

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    • Assembly Team Leader

      Responsible for the operation of a section within the Manufacturing function, supporting the Manager with the day-to-day management of their manufacturing area, overseeing a group of members and ensuring an. Provide leadership and line management to the team, coordinating their workloads, providing support to ensure that the team delivers, monitoring any issues, and ensuring production targets, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), and quality standards are met in order to meet the requirements of the customer. Develop the team by focusing on individual performance and support requirements to achieve high standards, whilst fostering a culture of working safely. Work under general supervision, reviewed by Management. Decisions and results have an impact on the function and their success. Performance affects the function’s image

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    • Audiologist

      Audiologists are ear specialists. Typically, these professionals work with patients who have problems with hearing, balance or other in health care settings, although many also work in schools or educational environments.

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    • Bank Clerk

      Careful records must be kept for every action carried out within the bank, from a cheque being cashed to a loan being taken out. Youror maintaining these records, depending on your specialist field.

      As a bank clerk, you could be separated into one of the following
      Interest clerk: Recording interest owed to saving accounts customers and interest owed to the bank from loans and other investments.
      Loan clerk: Recording and organizing loan information.
      Statement clerk: Preparing the monthly balance sheets of checking account customers.
      Exchange clerks: Working on international accounts, translating foreign currency into pounds sterling and vice versa.
      Security clerk: Recording, filing and looking after stocks, bonds and other investment documents.

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    • Beauty Therapist

      Beauty Therapists may perform a variety of different tasks in the course of a working day, including: Conducting skin analysis andg facial or body massage and treatments, including spa therapy, reflexology and aromatherapy.

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    • Beverage Production Process Controller

      Beverage production process operators operate equipment to produce beverages. Some duties includes:
      •Storprocess alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages (e.g. grind, extract, mix, blend, distil).
      •Take measurements and conduct standardized tests on beverages, e.g. to ensure compliance with standards and regulations regarding factors such as color, texture and nutrients.
      •Prepare basic ingredients for processing.
      •Make records of the production flow.
      •Operate machinery to bottle, can or otherwise package beverages.
      •Monitor the production process and adjust machinery if necessary.
      •Sterilize packaging material, such as bottles and containers.
      •Label and pack the products.
      •Check and maintain the cleanliness of equipment and utensils to make sure health and safety regulations are met.
      •Inform supervisors about relevant issues, e.g. when equipment is not working properly or supplies are getting low.

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    • Boring Machine Operator

      Boring machine operators operate machinery and equipment at mining and drilling sites, e.g. for construction, exploration, extraction and research.

      TASKS :
      •Move drilling equipment to the right location, e.g. by driving or controlling its load and upload.
      •Set up drilling and hoisting machinery, e.g. by connecting drill pipe sections, etc.
      •Connect power cables or hoses for water and air supply.
      •Operate the drilling machinery, e.g. by regulating pressure of tools, controlling the speed of rotary tables and air flow, etc.
      •Operate slush pumps in order to ensure circulation and consistency of drilling fluid or mud in well.
      •Correct problems in drilled holes caused by mechanical breakdowns or by harmful natural conditions.
      •Locate and recover lost or broken bits, casings, drill pipes, etc. from wells using special tools.
      •Maintain records, e.g. of footage drilled, materials and tools used, etc.
      •Report information about the drilling process to the supervisor.
      •Supervise and train crew.

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    • Bricklayer

      Bricklayers are responsible for building or repairing walls in accordance with construction plans. These dynamic construction workers also build or refurbish chimneys, arches and other structures. … A substantial majority of bricklayers are self-employed, offering their services to an established client base.

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    • Child Carer

      Childcare workers care for children when parents and other family members are unavailable. They care for children’s basic needs, such as bathing and feeding. In addition, some help children prepare for kindergarten or help older children with homework.

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    • Cloakroom Attendant

      Cloakroom attendants look after coats, bags and other items for customers in hotels, theial events. Their job is to keep personal belongings safe and return them to the owners when they leave.

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    • Computer Proffesionals

      For Computer scientists, programmers, engineers, designers and professionals

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    • Economists

      Economists study the production and distribution of resources, goods, and services by collecting and analyzing data, researching trends, and evaluating economic issues.
      Economists typically do the following:
      •Research and analyze economic issues
      •Conduct surveys and collect data
      •Analyze data using mathematical models and statistical techniques
      •Prepare reports, tables, and charts that present research results
      •Interpret and forecast market trends
      •Advise businesses, governments, and individuals on economic topics
      •Design policies or make recommendations for solving economic problems
      •Write articles for publication in newsletters and academic journals

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    • Lawyers

      Practitioners in law profession.

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    • Musicians

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    • Nurses

      This group is for Nurses. Join to connect

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    • Photography

      For photography enthusiasts. A group to share your photos, discuss techniques, digital photo technology, and talk about what inspires you. Everyone from amateur photographers to professionals is welcome to join!

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    • Physiotherapist

      If you're a people person interested in improving physical health, physiotherapy could be the career for you

      As a physiotherapist you'll help patients with physical difficulties resulting from illness, injury, disability or ageing to improve their movement. You will devise and review treatment programmes using manual therapy (such as massage), therapeutic exercise and electrotherapy.

      As well as treating patients, you'll also promote their health and wellbeing and provide advice on how to avoid injury and self-manage long-term conditions.

      Patients can include children, the elderly, stroke patients and people with sports injuries.

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    • The Yogis Group

      This group is for anyone who wants to know more about yoga and practice yoga alongside thousands of other worldwide members.
      Learn from each other, and keep the motivation going!

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    • Vocational Education Teacher

      Vocational teachers, also known as career or technical teachers, bring their work experience into the classroom, shop or laboratory to instruct others. Examples of subjects a vocational teacher might teach include automotive repair, cosmetology, computer technology, radiologic technology and electronics repair. Vocational teachers might work with students at the middle and high school levels or with adult students attending a community college or technical school. Exact duties depend on the employer, the subject and the age of the students, though most vocational teachers share some common duties.

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    • Waiting Staff

      Waiting staff serve customers by taking orders, serving food and preparing tables. An important part of the work is to make customers feel welcome and comfortable during their meal.

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    • Web Developer

      For those involved in website design and developments.
      Essential Information

      A web designer develops and creates websites and associated applications. Web designers work in a variety of industries and often as independent contractors. Education requirements can vary, but web designers can get entry-level work with an associate’s degree. Bachelor’s degrees provide students with an expanded and advanced skill set that can lead to better job prospects or career advancement.
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    • Welder

      For those who Lay out, fit, and fabricate metal components to assemble structural forms, such as machinery frames, bridge parts, and pressure vessels, using knowledge of welding techniques, metallurgy, and engineering requirements.

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