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Product assemblers put together parts of metal products, machinery, electrical and electronic equipment, telecommunications equipment, joinery products and other goods.
Ringa Tauira Kākahu
Patternmakers turn clothing designs into patterns.
Meat/seafood process workers process, grade and package meat, fish or shellfish for local and overseas markets. Some also slaughter animals.
Bakers prepare, bake and decorate bread, rolls, pastries, desserts, cakes and slices.
Metal workers make patterns and moulds for metal castings, heat and hammer metal into shape, and repair metal parts and equipment.
Boat builders build, repair, and sometimes design boats and their interiors. This can include furnishings, engines, electrics and plumbing.
Print finishers bind, finish and repair books and other publications by hand or by machine.
Brewers use brewing equipment and processes to convert malted barley or other grains into beer, and control or manage the production and packaging of beer.
Kaiwhakamahi Pūrere Hua Miraka
Dairy processing operators oversee the operation of equipment used to produce a wide range of dairy products such as cheese, butter, yoghurt and milk powder.
Textile process operators carry out a variety of tasks in the production of materials such as fabric, canvas, yarn and carpet.
Kaiwhakamahi Whakaputa Matū
Chemical production operators perform a variety of tasks involved in producing toiletries or pharmaceutical products, including ointments, creams, aerosols, tablets, capsules, bandages and vaccines.
Watchmakers and repairers clean, repair and assemble mechanical or electronic timepieces such as watches and clocks.
Cutters lay out and cut fabric to make clothing and soft furnishings.
Kaiwhakamahi Pūrere Tuitui
Sewing machinists stitch together clothing, canvas for tents and awnings, and soft furnishings.
Kaimahi Whakairoiro (Mua Perehi)
Graphic pre-press workers use computers to prepare text and designs for printing.
Plastics workers operate the machinery that makes, assembles and repairs plastic, composite and rubber products.
Kaimahi Tohitū Whakanao Kai/Inu
Food and beverage factory workers prepare ingredients, operate machinery, and bottle or package food and drink.
Kaiwhakaoti Taonga Rākau
Furniture finishers prepare the final surface of items of furniture and apply stain, lacquer, paint, oil or wax.
Kaiwhakapaipai Uhinga Waka
Upholsterers make or repair the springs, padding, linings and covers of furniture.
Glass processors prepare and process sheets of flat glass into products such as windows and mirrors for installation in buildings and related structures.
Winemakers make wine from grapes and other fruit.
Kaiwhakamahi Mīra Puru Rākau
Pulp and paper mill operators operate, maintain and repair machines that make pulp and paper.
Plastics technicians set up, adjust, maintain and repair machines that manufacture plastic products.
Kaiwhakamahi Mīhini Tā
Printers set up and operate printing machines that print text and images on paper, card, carton, plastics or metal.
Production managers organise and control the production process in a factory. They ensure that products are made to the right specifications and are ready on time and within budget.
Kaimahi Kani Rākau
Wood processing workers set up and use woodworking machinery to cut logs into timber for building, furniture and other products.
Garment technicians choose clothing fabrics and designs, and make sure clothes are made to quality standards.
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