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• Environmental and quality coordinator
• Consents planner
• Coastal / marine scientist
• Climate consultant
• Sustainable advisor
• Air quality scientist
Planning and risk management
• Urban/ transport planner
• Development planner
• Natural hazards researcher / analyst
• Project manager
• Policy advisor
• Recovery preparedness coordinator
• QA analyst
• NGO / aid agency practitioner
• Diversity officer / human rights advocate
• Community development officer
• Geohealth analyst
• Recruitment advisor
• Public relations executive
• Qualitative research executive
• Social researcher
• Research assistant
• Research and development manager
• Laboratory supervisor
• Statistical analyst
• Data collector / technician
• Database administrator
• University lecturer
• School teacher
• Operations manager
• Environmental manager.
Environmental scientists study the environment and how plants, animals and other organisms are affected by it. They also study external influences, such as pollutants, and advise how to avoid or reduce harmful effects on the environment.
Market research analysts collect and analyse data and information, write reports, and make recommendations to their clients based on their research.
Data analysts identify and communicate trends in data using statistics and specialised software to help organisations achieve their business aims.
Urban/regional planners develop and administer plans for physical, environmental, social and economic development of urban and rural areas.
Emergency management officers plan for and respond to emergencies such as earthquakes and weather events. They also train communities to prepare for disasters.
Policy analysts gather and analyse information to assist in the planning, development, interpretation and review of government or industrial policies.
Forestry scientists research forest growth, wood processing, conservation and different types of trees, and how these can be used.
Economists analyse financial, labour and trade markets, and predict or explain economic events.
Human resources advisers are responsible for recruitment advice, performance management and pay, wellbeing, training and development, employment relations and policies for the staff of an organisation.
Forest managers plan and direct the planting, growth, harvesting and protection of forests for wood production.