Aircraft maintenance engineer
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are licensed Engineers involved in carrying out repairs, maintenance and modifications on a wide variety of aircrafts.
Cartographer & surveyor
Cartographers and Surveyors design, create and modify maps and charts using scientific and mathematical methods. They map out and accurately position all natural and manufactured features such as regions of land, features, buildings, coastal areas, and underground structures.
Chemical and Materials Engineers research, design and develop specifications of materials to create products or investigate chemical interactions. They may modify materials such as ceramics, chemicals, composites, metals, plastics and rubber to improve the performance of their intended use and increase cost-effectiveness. They may work in chemical plants, in the industrial processing of objects going through chemical change and in testing various materials to find new uses for them. They must understand the properties and behaviours of substances from raw materials to finished products.
Civil Engineering Professionals are responsible for many tasks that pertain to the infrastructure of a locality or country. They plan and design the construction and development of dams, roadways, expansion bridges, sewage and water systems, airports and numerous other important structures. There are many things that Civil Engineering Professionals must consider such as the durability of materials for the project as well as the estimated cost of seeing the project to fruition.
Civil engineering draftsperson
Civil Engineering Draftspersons create mechanical drawings or blueprints and help civil engineers plan, sketch, design, and operate production. They should have strong research and organisational abilities and be able to multi-task.
Civil engineering technician
Civil Engineering Draftspersons and Technicians perform a wide variety of tasks both in offices and in the field. They must have a vast knowledge of codes and regulations in order to create and develop acceptable and viable civil engineering plans. They might develop systems for sewers, bridges, roadways, water treatment plants or a host of other types of structures. Civil Engineering Draftspersons and technicians are vital to the country's infrastructure.
Electrical Engineers design electronics in a variety of capacities. They conduct research on and design electrical component, equipment, or systems. At times, they also must test and maintain the machinery or equipment they have developed.
Electronic engineering technician
Responsible for detailed drawings and plans of circuits and other electrical aspects, Electronic Engineering Technicians require great skill and training.
Electronics Engineering is similar to Electrical Engineering, but is more commercial in outlook. Electronics Engineers design and develop consumer products like television sets, computers, and kitchen appliances. They may also work on larger-scale projects like transportation systems or larger computer or communications networks.
Other Engineering Professionals refers to members of this unit group that are not elsewhere classified. This group may include Agricultural Engineers, Engineering Technologists and Environmental Engineers.
Engineering Managers occupy a more administrative role than a typical engineer. They are in charge of engineering departments, organisations, companies, and firms. They must coordinate the engineering operations of the unit to which they have been tasked.
"Engineering Technologists" is sort of catch-all term for all those engineering professionals not grouped into aforementioned categories. As alternative engineering methods begin to proliferate, this group is growing. Engineering Technologists can include aeronautical, agricultural, biomedical, and environmental engineers, as well as naval architects.
Draw on multiple aspects of engineering to solve water, transport, and sustainability challenges.
Optimise processes and systems to reduce waste, become more efficient, and integrate resources.
Plunge into propulsion, pumps and engines to make boats and watercraft safe and efficient.
Materials Engineers research, design and develop specifications of materials to create products or investigate their properties. They may modify materials such as ceramics, chemicals, composites, metals, plastics and rubber to improve the performance of their intended use and increase cost-effectiveness. They should have knowledge of the properties and behaviour's of substances from raw materials to finished products.
Mechanical Engineers primarily design and construct large-scale industrial and mechanical processing plants and facilities. They also plan and coordinate manufacturing activities and take on administrative tasks like drawing up budgets and ensuring programs are run smoothly and efficiently.
Mechanical engineering technician
Mechanical Engineering Technicians conduct tests, analyse data, and collect information on or about mechanical systems. This may include the installation or assembly of these systems in support of mechanical engineers or technologists.
One of the most specialised types of engineers, Mining Engineers direct the engineering aspects of the mining process. They coordinate the finding and extracting of minerals, petroleum, and natural gas.
Work on the systems and processes behind generating nuclear energy and radiation applications.
Drill down on methods and processes to extract gas and oil locked within Earth’s natural resources.
Production & industrial engineer
Industrial, Mechanical, and Production Engineers primarily design and construct large-scale industrial and mechanical processing plants and facilities. They also plan and coordinate manufacturing activities and take on administrative tasks like drawing up budgets and ensuring programs are run smoothly and efficiently.
Quality Controllers examine products and produce and assess these products or produce for quality. They also ensure that products and produce meet established industry standards and specifications.
Ships officer engineer
A Ships Master makes sure that a ships operation is running smoothly. This job consists of tasks like loading cargo, making repairs, navigating and transmitting information. Ship Officers serve as authority figures on seafaring vessels. They must communicate with the captain and supervise various crewmembers. Ship Engineers install and maintain necessary equipment and operate the engine.
Surveyors adjust and operate surveying instruments, compile notes, and enter data into computer programs. Surveyors also prepare maps and plans.
A highly specialised division of engineering, Telecommunications Engineering focuses on the design, construction, installation, service, and support of telecommunications equipment, facilities, systems, and operations. Projects may focus on broadband systems, communications satellites, radio masts and towers, signal cables, networking hardware, or cellular communications devices.