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Electronics engineers design and oversee production of electronic equipment such as radios, televisions, computers, washing machines and telecommunication systems. They may also work in sales and technical support.
Chemical engineers design, develop and operate equipment and processes used to manufacture chemicals and products.
Mechanical engineers design and give advice on the building and repair of machines and tools. They also investigate problems and faults with machinery, and study ways to improve manufacturing and energy production.
Marine engineers operate, service and repair engines, and mechanical and electronic equipment on ships and boats.
Aeronautical engineers plan and supervise the design, development, manufacture, modification, and maintenance of all types of flight vehicles.
Telecommunications engineers design, test and build telecommunications networks and systems.
Electrical engineers design, construct and manufacture electrical systems. They also maintain, operate and manage these systems.
Biomedical engineers design, build and maintain medical equipment, artificial body parts and computer programs to help treat disabilities, diseases, or injuries.
Fire engineers plan and design safety features that detect, control or reduce fire and smoke in buildings and structures. They also analyse how fire behaves and how safety features perform in fire.
Mining engineers plan, prepare, design and manage the development of opencast (above ground) or underground mines.