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Drainlayers lay and repair sewage and storm water drains, and put in and repair waste water treatment systems.
Drillers assemble, position, and operate drilling rigs and related equipment to extract ore, liquids, or gases from the earth.
Driving instructors teach clients driving skills and theory to prepare them to sit their restricted or full licence practical exams.
Dry-cleaners clean and care for clothing and other articles of fabric using a variety of cleaning methods.
Early childhood teachers educate and care for young children in early childhood education services such as kindergartens, kōhanga reo or education and care centres.
Earthmoving machine operators use digging machines to remove, shape or level the ground.
Ecologists study how plants, animals and other organisms interact with each other and their environment.
Economists are interested in the factors that influence the well-being of people and aim to find solutions to improve people's standard of living. This includes studying how financial, labour and trade markets are organised and how they interact.
Education officers research, plan and teach education programmes to early childhood, primary or secondary school groups, tertiary groups and members of the public.
Electrical engineers specify, design and supervise the construction or manufacture of systems and equipment that produce, distribute and/or use electricity.
Electrical engineering technicians interpret designs and technical instructions from an electrical engineer and ensure that they are accurately implemented.
Electricians are tradespeople who install, maintain and repair electrical wiring and equipment.
Electronics engineers study, design and oversee production of electronic equipment such as radios, televisions, computers, washing machines and telecommunication systems.
Employment lawyers provide strategic advice on New Zealand employment law.
Energy auditors assess the amount of energy and resources used by buildings, organisations and businesses.
Entertainers perform a variety of acts, such as dance, drama or acrobatics, to entertain an audience.
Environmental engineers assess the impact of engineering projects on water, soil, air and noise levels, and advise and design ways to minimise this impact.
Lawyers who practice environmental resource management law work to ensure that resources are being used effectively and with minimum impact upon the environment.
Environmental scientists study the environment, and provide advice to avoid or reduce harmful effects on the environment.
Event managers plan, organise, promote and run events.