1. Construction Manager
Construction managers coordinate and supervise a wide variety of projects, including the building of all types of residential, commercial, and industrial structures, roads, bridges, schools, and hospitals.
2. Civil Engineer
A civil engineer designs and oversees the construction of public works, such as roads, bridges, dams, tunnels, buildings, airports, water and sewage systems, and other large infrastructure projects.
3. Industrial Production Manager
Industrial Production Manager
Industrial production managers oversee the daily operations of manufacturing and related plants.
4. Operations Manager
Operations managers have a niche position in companies that offer products and services.
5. Mining and Geological Engineer
Mining and Geological Engineer
A mining and geological engineer is someone who designs mines for the safe and efficient removal of minerals (such as coal and metals) for manufacturing and utilities.
6. Biomass Power Plant Manager
Biomass Power Plant Manager
What do biomass power plants do?
Horticulturists have scientific knowledge in how to cultivate and propagate plants, and use this knowledge to provide technical information to fruit, vegetable, and flower growers, as well as farmers.
The facets of an architect's role are as varied and fascinating as their designs; these are the professionals who lead the process of creating functional spaces, from concept to full realization of their projects.
9. Forest and Conservation Worker
Forest and Conservation Worker
Forest and conservation workers measure and improve the quality of forests.
A forester is involved in the science of managing and protecting forests.
11. Soil and Water Conservationist
Soil and Water Conservationist
A soil and water conservationist is a type of conservation scientist that performs land surveys, designs soil or water conservation plans, creates guidelines to prevent erosion, develops practices for sustainable land use, and monitors water and soil conditions.