Facilities officers provide assistance to ensure the day-to-day smooth management and operation of a building's infrastructure through administrative support and, at times, overseeing maintenance tasks.
Financial dealers' assistants assist stockbrokers and stockbroking firms in activities such as buying and selling shares, handling share certificates, processing financial market transactions and investment advising.
Financial institution branch managers direct the local activities of the bank branches of and branches of related financial institutions such as building societies and credit unions.
Occupational health and safety officers coordinate health and safety systems in an organisation. They identify hazards, assess risks to health and safety, put appropriate safety controls in place and provide advice about accident prevention and occupational health to management and employees. With experience and sometimes further training, occupational health and safety officers may become auditors, who inspect a workplace's level of compliance with health and safety standards.
Health information managers combine knowledge of healthcare processes, health records and administration, information management and human resource management to provide services that meet the medical, legal, ethical and administrative requirements of the healthcare system.
Specialisations: Health Informatician
Health promotion practitioners plan projects to improve the health of individuals and the community.
Hotel and motel front office attendants look after the needs of guests on arrival and during their stay in a hotel or motel.
Human resource managers plan, administer and review activities concerned with staff selection, training and development, conditions of employment and other staffing issues within an organisation.
Human resources officers provide administration services for the recruitment and employment of staff. In small organisations, human resources officers are usually responsible for all staffing matters. In large organisations they may specialise in a particular area such as recruitment, wages and entitlements or staff training.
Importers and exporters sell and buy goods, such as raw materials, foodstuffs and manufactured goods, produced in Australia for export to overseas markets, or procure products made overseas for import to Australian markets.
Insurance agents represent insurance companies and sell insurance to clients, including individuals and organisations.