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Communications professionals plan and develop strategies that promote the public image of an organisation to the public, shareholders and employees.
Environmental/public health officers investigate, monitor, assess and advise on food and alcohol safety, disease prevention, disease outbreaks, and environmental hazards such as pollution.
Corrections officers are responsible for keeping prisoners safe and secure and motivating them to make changes in their lives.
Police officers work to prevent and solve crime, keep the peace, and respond to criminal activities and emergencies.
Quarantine officers identify and control biosecurity risks at New Zealand's borders by inspecting goods and vessels arriving in the country.
Customs officers control the entry and departure of goods, ships, planes and people to and from New Zealand.
Intelligence officers collect and analyse information on people, places and events that may be a threat to businesses or national and international security.
Epidemiologists study the causes, transmission and distribution of diseases in population groups to inform public health programmes and prevent the spread of disease.
Workplace relations advisers provide advice and mediation to different groups in the workplace to prevent and resolve workplace disputes.