electrical:Install, maintain and repair electrical, electromechanical and electronic parts of machinery and equipment.
technical:Tech support workers manage, maintain, and repair IT systems.
Telecom:Telecom Support Specialists, provide end users with technical support for radio, fiber, microwave, and other telecommunication equipment every day.
NDT technicians: also known as nondestructive testing technicians, utilize a variety of technologies to inspect products and materials for structural flaws. This can include a wide range of techniques, including radiography, ultrasound, current testing, and permeability testing. NDT technicians perform these tests on many different materials, most notably welded metal and concrete
mechanical: Mechanical engineering technicians help mechanical engineers design, develop, test, and manufacture mechanical devices, including tools, engines, and machines. They may make sketches and rough layouts, record and analyze data, make calculations and estimates, and report their findings.
planning:Planning technicians can either work in the public sector or in the private sector. Planners working for private firms consider the social, environmental, design and economic consequences of developments and advise clients as to how to be granted planning permission. In the public sector, such as in local planning authorities, planners review applications and determine local planning policies.
office: Tasks can include installing and configuring computer systems, diagnosing hardware/software faults and solving technical problems, either over the phone or face to face
instrument:As an instrumentation technician, you will test, calibrate, install, repair, and inspect manufacturing equipment and monitoring devices. You'll also perform general maintenance on the equipment and design new measuring and recording equipment.