AGRICULTURE & ENVIRONMENT
An environmental manager is responsible for overseeing the environmental performance of private, public and voluntary sector organisations.
Farmers operate establishments that produce crops, livestock and dairy products. They harvest and sell their goods to produce markets and food companies both nationally and internationally.
Firefighters respond to emergency situations and primarily protect people, the environment and property from all types of accidents and emergencies. They control and extinguish fires, working together as members of fire brigades.
A game ranger, also known as a game warden or conservation officer, is a member of law enforcement. This person is charged with protecting wildlife in a specified area to ensure that population levels of certain types of wildlife are kept at biologically successful levels.
Horse trainers, also called equine trainers, work with horses to prepare them for riders, races, trail work and horse shows.
Horticulturists are agricultural scientists dedicated to finding better ways to grow, harvest, store, process and ship fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants.
Marine microbiologists study marine life forms that cannot be seen with the naked eye, including viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and microscopic algae.
Telescope operators are the engineers responsible for the maintenance and daily operations of the physical and electronic equipment that make up the telescope and other viewing apparatuses of an observatory.
Tour operators organise and accompany groups of holidaymakers on tours to a wide variety of locations.
Winemakers, or oenologists, plan, supervise and coordinate the production of wine or spirits from selected varieties of grapes.
Zoologists are biologists who study the structures, characteristics, functions, ecology and environments of living or extinct animals.