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Production designers and art directors are responsible for the look of a film, television programme or commercial throughout different stages of the production process.
Production managers organise and control the production of goods in a factory.
Film/television production managers help the producer and director in the making of a film or television programme, usually by taking care of the business and financial side of production.
Professional sportspeople are pain to take part in competitive national and international sports.
Programmers write, test, develop and maintain computer software programs.
Project managers manage projects for one or more organisations, usually with the purpose of initiating or improving an aspect of business.
Property developers plan or carry out the purchase, development and sale of new or existing properties or land.
Property lawyers are concerned with creating ownership and use of intellectual and/or physical property.
Property managers look after the daily running of commercial, residential, retail and industrial properties.
Property valuers assess the value of land and buildings.
Psychiatrists assess and provide treatment for people with mental, emotional and behavioural disorders. They also study how the brain and nervous systems function and how these interact with people's environments and the consequences.
Psychologists investigate, assess and provide treatment and counselling for people's behavioural and mental health issues.
Psychotherapists help individuals, couples or groups identify, understand, and manage emotional and behavioural problems.
Lawyers who advise on public policy and law are interested in the direct and indirect impacts that regulation can have on business and society.
Publicists work with clients to manage and promote their image in the public eye.
Publishing editors manage the selection, design, editing and printing processes for publications such as books, magazines, journals and resource materials.
Pulp and paper production workers operate machinery and equipment involved in the pulp and paper production process. They ensure a consistent quality of pulp and paper throughout the production process.
Purchasing/procurement officers buy the equipment, materials and services required by private companies and public organisations.
Quantity surveyors manage construction project finances.
Quarantine inspectors control the entry of agricultural and horticultural produce, plants and animals into New Zealand, and identify and control biosecurity risks arriving at New Zealand's borders.