Do you enjoy or are you good at Have you considered the following occupations? MATHS? Accountant LEVEL 4 Industrial Actuary engineer Aerospace engineer Information Agricultural and resource economist technology manager Agricultural engineer Information technology support technician LEVEL 3 Agricultural scientist Investment analyst Architect Accountant Hospital catering officer Life scientist Astronomer Accounts clerk Hospital food Marine scientist Auditor Agricultural technical officer services manager Marine surveyor Bank officer Air traffic controller (including building Information technology Materials engineer Airways data society/credit union) systems officer support technician Mathematician Biological scientist Aquaculture technician LEVEL 2 Accounts clerk Industrial Insurance agent Mathematics teacher Biochemist Architectural drafter Insurance claims Mechanical engineer textiles fabricator investigator Mechatronic engineer Biophysicist Bank officer Agricultural (including building technical officer Insurance agent Laboratory technician Medical scientist Biotechnologist Laboratory worker Building contractor society/credit union) Aircraft maintenance engineer Insurance claims Metallurgist Building contractor Marine engineer Meteorologist LEVEL 1 Ceramics engineer investigator Airline Mechanical Chemical engineer Building technician passenger officer Laboratory technician Meteorological Cartographic Accounts clerk Finance clerk engineering technical officer Chemist Bank officer Gaming worker associate draftsperson Automotive Laboratory worker Microbiologist Civil engineer (including building Insurance agent Mechanical Civil and structural electrician society/credit union) Mine surveyor Civil engineering Insurance claims Mechanical engineering engineering Bar attendant Mining engineer technologist Bank officer investigator engineering technician associate Bookmaker Company secretary (including Newsagent technician Mechanical Multimedia Civil engineering building Bookmaker’s clerk Postal employee developer Computer engineer design draftsperson Multimedia engineering society/credit Betting clerk Retail buyer technologist Naval architect Computer Civil engineering union) Car park developer Sales assistant Optometrist MATHS programmer technician attendant Medical laboratory Sales Newsagent Computer systems Clerical officer— Clerical officer— Cashier representative technician Patent examiner auditor local government local government Checkout operator Service station Postal employee Metallurgical Petroleum engineer Computer systems Computer Croupier attendant technician Pharmacist Clerk Purchasing officer engineer programmer Clerk Spare parts Meteorological Physicist Defence force— Credit officer Computer operator salesperson Retail buyer technical officer Credit officer Physiologist officer Credit officer Stock and station agent Multimedia Defence force Defence force Storeperson Sailmaker Pilot Economist Data processing operator developer Defence force Defence force Survey assistant Sales representative Naval architectural Quantity Electrical engineer technician Electronics Exporter/importer Tally clerk surveyor/ mechanic draftsperson Electrical and Draftsperson Export/import Ticket seller Secretary construction electronics Electronics clerk Tracer Pilot economist Electrical Stock and station agent Purchasing officer Radiation therapist engineering engineering technician engineering associate technologist Survey assistant Radio officer (ship) Radiologist Electrical engineering Exporter/importer Electronics engineer Radio technical officer Refrigeration detail draftsperson Telecommunications Environmental Export/import clerk Refrigeration and air engineer Electronics engineering technician engineer conditioning associate Science teacher associate Finance clerk Exporter/importer Ship’s officer Ship’s captain Electronics detail Export/import clerk draftsperson Stockbroker Ship’s officer Financial adviser and Electronics engineering technician Stockbroker’s clerk Sports scientist securities dealer Survey drafter Engineering survey drafting technician Statistician Financial dealer Surveying technologist Exporter/importer Stockbroker and broker Export/import clerk Town planning drafter Surveyor Geophysicist Finance clerk System’s analyst Health services/hospital administrator Teacher Health services/hospital manager Town planner Hospital catering officer University lecturer Hospital food services manager Valuer Industrial designer Usual training requirements LEVEL 1 Usually requires the completion of Year 10 schooling, LEVEL 3 Usually requires a level of skill equal to a Diploma or the Secondary School Certificate, Certificate I or Advanced Diploma. Study is often undertaken through Certificate II qualification. New Apprenticeships may be TAFEs or Registered Training Organisations. offered in this level. LEVEL 4 Usually requires completion of a bachelor degree or higher LEVEL 2 Usually has a skill level equal to a Certificate III or IV qualification. Study is often undertaken at university. or at least three years relevant experience. New Apprenticeships may be offered in this level. J.S. McMillan Printing Group 02 6230 6200 How to use this poster This poster shows a selection of jobs that have some link with the subject of Maths. If you are interested in any of the jobs listed you will find more information in the national career information service website myfuture.edu.au, in Job Guide the book and the website, jobguide.dest.gov.au, or by visiting your local library or Career 6294NOIF02A Information Centre. The four educational levels are used in these sheets as a guide only. The levels indicate the most common educational and/or entry requirements for these jobs.
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