Perform analytical, conceptual and creative tasks through the application of theoretical knowledge and experience in the fields of the arts, media, business, design, engineering, the physical and life sciences, transport, education, health, information and communication technology, the law, social sciences and social welfare.
Technicians and trades employees
Perform a variety of skilled tasks, applying broad or in-depth technical, trade or industry specific knowledge, often in support of scientific, engineering, building and manufacturing activities.
Community and personal service employees
Assist health professionals in the provision of patient care, provide information and support on a range of social welfare matters, and provide other services in the areas of aged care and childcare, education support, hospitality, defence, policing and emergency services, security, travel and tourism, fitness, sports and personal services.
Clerical and administrative employees
Provide support to managers, professionals and organisations by organising, storing, manipulating and retrieving information.
Sell goods, services and property, and provide sales support in areas such as operating cash registers and displaying and demonstrating goods.
Machinery operators and drivers
Operate machines, plant, vehicles and other equipment to perform a range of agricultural, manufacturing and construction functions, and move materials.
Perform a variety of routine and repetitive physical tasks using hand and power tools, and machines either as an individual or as part of a team assisting more skilled workers such as Trades Workers, and Machinery Operators and Drivers.
Employees whose work is not defined by above categories.