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Animal Technician

Animal Technician

Animal technicians are responsible for the care, husbandry and welfare of animals being bred for in scientific research. At the start of their careers they are mainly concerned with the physical care of the animals - particularly mice, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits and hamsters. They do routine tasks like:...

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Animal Welfare Officer

Animal Welfare Officer

You will work with a variety of people to raise awareness of the Animal Welfare Act and encourage responsible animal ownership. Animal welfare officers could work with a range of companion animals but most commonly with dogs and dog owners. You will work with other welfare organisations to improve...

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Conservation Officer

Conservation Officer

Involved in managing, improving and protecting wildlife and their habitats. The work can include carrying out surveys, creating, restoring and managing habitats and working with land owners and the public to raise awareness of wildlife needs

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Epidemiologist

Epidemiologist

Epidemiologists investigate disease trends, identify those at risk of disease and analyse the impact of vaccination and treatment programmes on the spread of disease. They have a key role in maintaining public health. Veterinary epidemiologists specialise in studying animal diseases

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Laboratory Manager

Laboratory Manager

Lab managers oversee all the work going on in a lab. They supervise workflow, maintenance of equipment, purchasing, quality control and day to day running

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Marine Biologist

Marine Biologist

Marine biology is diverse and involves the study of animals, plants and microorganisms in the sea. Marine biologists study the ecosystem and how it can be affected by environmental factors and human activity. The opportunity to study a range of fascinating life forms in a range of habitats is challenging...

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Ornithologist

Ornithologist

Primarily to do with scientific study of birds. Includes monitoring and tracking birds, habitat monitoring and management, population studies, carrying out surveys and research as well as educating the public about birds

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Pathologist

Pathologist

Pathologists investigate the causes of disease or illness. You will work alongside other health professions to identify pathogens and find treatments

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Quality Control Technician

Quality Control Technician

Carries out checks on products and processes to make sure they meet quality standards. Includes setting up and managing quality control systems. Depends on industry but could include testing food and drugs for contamination, checking labelling is accurate, checking production methods meet required...

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Technician

Technician

Animal technicians are responsible for the care and welfare of animals used in research. Job involves daily contact with animals, feeding, cleaning and carrying out health checks and monitoring.

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Vet Surgeon

Vet Surgeon

The work of vets in general practice commonly includes diagnosis and treatment, routine checks and vaccinations, inserting micro-chips, surgery, neutering and euthanasia. Practices can specialise in small animals, food producing animals, equine or they can deal with both small and large animals. Some...

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Veterinary Nurse

Veterinary Nurse

Holding animals and keeping them calm during treatment Giving injections and drugs (under direction of the vet) and collecting blood, urine and other samples. Sterilising instruments, taking x-rays and preparing animals for operations. Assisting during operations by handing instruments and maintaining...

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Veterinary Scientist

Veterinary Scientist

Veterinary science is the study, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease in animals, both as individuals and as groups. Veterinary scientists undertake clinical research in laboratories and research centres. Their research can be grouped into areas such as reproduction and development, infection...

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Wildlife Biologist

Wildlife Biologist

You will study and monitor wildlife populations and habitats. Wildlife biologists study the effects of weather, disease, habitat alteration and animals (including humans) on wildlife populations.

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X-ray Technician

X-ray Technician

Also called diagnostic radiographers, xray technicians use controlled radiation to produce images of body anatomy. These often help to detect tumours, cancer and bone fractures or abnormalities. Radiographers then make recommendations based on their findings to other clinical staff

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