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Sampler/Tester

Sampler testers assist engineers, technical officers and other laboratory staff by collecting and preparing samples, carrying out experiments, making measurements with scientific equipment, recording results and presenting results for critical analysis. Sampler/Testers carry out basic sampling and testing, record and present results and clean, maintain and set up equipment for use in experiments. They play an important role in manufacturing quality control.

Specialisations: Air Sampler/Tester Construction Materials Sampler/Tester Environmental Field Assistant (Sample Testing) Field Assistant (Sample Testing) Food Manufacturing Sampler/Testers Manufacturing Sampler/Tester Milk Tanker Sampler/Driver

Baker

Bakers make bread, cakes and pastries using flour and other ingredients.

Packer

Packers weigh, wrap, seal and label meat, fruit, vegetables and other products by hand. They are also often involved in filling orders and sending out goods, especially if they work mainly with non-perishable products.

Specialisations: Packager and Container Filler

Brewer

Brewers undertake the testing and production of beer, develop new beers and supervise brewery workers.

Butcher

Butchers select, cut, trim and prepare meat for sale or supply.

Winery Worker

Winery workers are involved in growing grapes and making, bottling, warehousing, packaging, distributing and selling wine in Australia and overseas.

Cheesemaker

Cheesemakers make and supervise the making of cheese.

Confectioner

Confectioners mix, shape and cook sweeteners and other ingredients to produce confectionery, including chocolate, toffee and other lollies.

Manufacturer

Manufacturers plan, organise and manage the operations of small establishments that manufacture goods.

Seafood Processor

Seafood processors scale, clean, fillet, cut, shell, grade and pack seafood for sale or supply using knives, scalers and power equipment.

Food Process Worker

Food process workers operate machines and prepare foods for processing using a wide range of equipment and methods.

Food Technologist

Food technologists develop and improve existing food products and set standards for producing, packaging and marketing food. They use chemistry, microbiology, engineering and other scientific methods to study the process of food deterioration. They may specialise in fields such as meat, dairy, seafood, cereal products, confectionery, snack foods, beverages and minimally processed fresh produce.