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Event managers plan, promote and run events, such as conferences, for a variety of clients.
Library assistants do a variety of tasks within a library including organising material and helping library users.
Recreation co-ordinators plan and run community leisure, before and after-school and sport programmes at venues such as recreation centres, parks, clubs and schools.
Archivists assess, organise, store and provide access to records and documents of long-term historical or research value. They also advise people and organisations about their archives.
Historians research, write and present information about events and people of the past and present. They may also teach history.
Records advisers create and monitor electronic and paper filing systems so that records can be filed, found, tracked and disposed of.
Police officers work to prevent and solve crime, keep the peace, and respond to criminal activities and emergencies.
Epidemiologists study the causes, transmission and distribution of diseases in population groups to inform public health programmes and prevent the spread of disease.
Tertiary lecturers teach at universities, colleges of education, polytechnics, wānanga and other post-secondary education providers. They also carry out research and do administrative tasks.