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Geospatial specialists gather and analyse geographic and spatial (location-based) information and use specialist software to present it in user-friendly formats such as maps and 3D models.
Librarians identify information that people need, organise it and make sure people can access it.
Advertising specialists create, co-ordinate, plan and implement advertising campaigns to sell products or services for clients.
Marketing specialists develop and implement plans for promoting an organisation's goods, services and ideas.
Information technology (IT) helpdesk/support technicians set up computer and other IT equipment and help prevent, identify and fix problems with IT hardware and software.
Security analysts create and monitor security processes and frameworks to protect an organisations information systems and computer networks from being illegally accessed.
Immigration officers control the entry of people from other countries into New Zealand, assessing visa applications from people who wish to visit, study, work or reside in NZ.
Intelligence officers collect and analyse information on people, places and events that may be a threat to businesses or national and international security.
Security consultants identify security weakness in information technology (IT), advise on IT security, and design IT security systems.
Podiatrists diagnose, treat and prevent foot and lower limb problems.