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Surveyors plan, direct and conduct survey work to determine the position of boundaries, locations, topographic features and built structures.
Project managers manage delivery of projects from beginning to end, usually improving or adding to the business. They manage the strategic, financial, operational and technological aspects of projects.
Zoologists study animals and their behaviour in the wild or in captivity, and how they interact with other species and their environments.
Survey technicians collect, record, and evaluate geographical information and prepare databases, maps, charts and plans.
Electrical engineers design, construct and manufacture electrical systems. They also maintain, operate and manage these systems.
Telecommunications technicians install, maintain and repair electronic communications equipment in telecommunication networks and internet supply systems.
Network administrators design, install and maintain computer hardware and software networks, from one-building LANs (local area networks) to worldwide WANs (wide area networks).
Mechanical engineering technicians assist with the design, building and maintenance of machines, such as air-conditioning systems, heating and ventilation units and power plants. They also develop manufacturing quality control systems by studying and improving the mechanical processes and machinery on production lines.