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Business or technical specialist who provides advice on the use and management of agricultural land, identify and evaluate the business or technical requirements. Measuring performance and analyzing data such as crop yield. Technical specialists often focus on a particular area, such as pollution control, forestry consultancy, or crop rotation.
An estate manager is in charge of the upkeep and day-to-day running of a private estate. They should oversee maintenance, supervise staff members, and manage budgets and events. Typically, their work is focused outside of the primary home. This is because land management is a vital part of the role.
A farm manager is responsible for the management and general maintenance of a farm. On a crop farm, a farm manager will supervise the fertilizing, planting, spraying, cultivating and harvesting procedures of crops.
Fish farm manager
As a fish farm manager, you’ll be responsible for the breeding and rearing of fish for the wholesale or retail trade. … The work involves managing and maintaining fish habitats throughout the year, taking care of stock health and welfare issues and feeding the fish either manually or using automated machinery.
Plant breeders/geneticists aim to develop useful traits, such as disease resistance and drought tolerance; they also work to improve characteristics such as appearance. Their role is vital to the agricultural industry as there are constant challenges to meet market requirements and consumer demands, and to increase and maintain yields in important crops.
Rural practice surveyor
Rural practice surveyors provide practical and strategic knowledge to a range of clients involved in rural land and property. They can work across a number of areas or specialize in one or two including: agriculture.
A soil scientist is a person who is qualified to evaluate and interpret soils and soil-related data for the purpose of understanding soil resources as they contribute to not only agricultural production, but as they affect environmental quality and as they are managed for protection of human health and the environment.
An animal nutritionist is responsible for creating and balancing rations to ensure that all dietary needs are met for the animals under their supervision.
Field trials officer
Field trials officers develop and manage research trials, monitoring the effects of experiments on plants or animals in the field or laboratory. The results of research trials are used to inform development decisions in agriculture, as well as to determine product safety and inform sales information.
Managing designated forest/woodland areas and oversee activities such as timber production, conservation and recreation. Managing other associated matters, such as commercial interests, biodiversity and public access.
Magazine journalists research, write and edit stories, features and articles for use within a variety of media including magazines, journals and corporate publications. They can work for particular publications, or they can work on a freelance basis for a variety of magazines.
A journalist is someone who investigates, collects and presents information as a news story. This can be presented through newspapers, magazines, radio, television and the internet. Journalists are relied upon to present news in a well-rounded, objective manner.
Sales executives are the key point of contact between an organization and its clients: answering queries, offering advice and introducing new products.
Veterinary nursing is the supportive care of animals receiving treatment within a veterinary practice. A veterinary nurse works as a member of the veterinary team, providing expert nursing care for sick animals. Veterinary nurses also play a significant role in educating owners on maintaining the health of their pets