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Agricultural/horticultural field representatives sell products such as farm equipment, and advise clients on crop and livestock management.
Facilities managers co-ordinate the strategic and operational management of buildings and facilities to ensure they are safe, healthy, sustainable, productive and fit-for-purpose.
Receptionists greet visitors and clients, and deal with enquiries and requests. Their work includes administration tasks such as answering the telephone, scheduling appointments and keeping records.
Records advisers create and monitor electronic and paper filing systems so that records can be filed, found, tracked and disposed of.
Health promoters work with communities and groups to develop ways to improve people’s health. They also work with government agencies to improve environmental conditions.
Marine engineers operate, service and repair engines, and mechanical and electronic equipment on ships and boats.
Bank workers receive deposits and pay out money, keep records of transactions, issue receipts, and advise customers on banking services and products.
Telecommunications technicians install, maintain and repair electronic communications equipment in telecommunications networks and internet supply systems.
Find out what skill shortages mean, and what jobs are currently on Immigration New Zealand's skill shortage lists.
Conservators help preserve art and other important historical items by preventing deterioration and repairing damage.