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    Work for a diamond mining/exploration company in the NT (and WA and QLD), doing whatever needs doing. Been a front-end loader/processing plant operator for the last couple of months.

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    I've just changed jobs from working in a well known outdoor shop to customer service for a big chemical supply company. Best move I've ever made. More money, way less hours, closer to home and I can move up in the company. With a baby due January these are all really good things.

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    A field technician with AsureQuality - work mainly with the dairy industry, but also do Tb testing,etc.

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    Coded pipe welder, and no I don't do perks, pay someone else to do mine. Then in between pest destruction and photographer.

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    I lay utility services eg- Telecomunications, Water etc and the infarstructure needed to support them. mainly just a truck driver at the moment so looking at stepping up my career soon rather than later
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    Operations Manager for an industrial electrical company, we make elements, supply plc's and make automatic gates. Yeah, it's pretty diverse.
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    Currently Otago/Southland regional training advisor for two Industry Training Organisations, Need a new job / career next year, Any suggestions?
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    I'm a handyman/builder. Seem to paint a lot of houses though.

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