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A biomedical engineer uses an engineering approach to solve problems in the medical and health field. A big part of your job is designing or improving technology to help people going through rehabilitation or those with a disability.
As a botanical illustrator, your role is to accurately draw all the features of plants to be used for all kinds of different publications or displays. Your sketches will require flawless attention to detail and scientific accuracy to represent the natural environment.
As a broadcast engineer it is your job to make sure the broadcast signal used for radio and television is working properly, including the equipment sending the signal. This is a hands-on technical role that will likely find you in a master control room working on a range of tasks.
As a business development officer, you are responsible for understanding your area of speciality and coming up with product strategies. Your role mostly requires confidence to meet new people and make decisions that will benefit the business.
As a cancer researcher, you have a very important job discovering what causes cancer and how to treat it. One in two people will be diagnosed with some type of cancer in Australia. Research is crucial to finding answers that will save thousands of lives.
As a chief executive officer (CEO), you are the most senior manager of a company. That means you will be busy managing staff, coming up with strategies to benefit the company and keeping track of budgets. For a games company you will also be coming up with new program ideas to develop and produce.
As a computer animator you will bring characters and content to life using a computer. You will need a mix of creativity and technical ability and could find yourself working on animation for computer games, film and television, commercials, and a range of other exciting projects.