Professionals and technicians
The work of professionals and technicians is in demand by each of us as we are assisted and use their professional services from time to time. For example, for the maintenance of electricity in our apartment or office where we work, we need electricians, for repairing faults in our laptop or stationary computer a computer technician is required and of course, what would we do in the hot summer months without an air conditioning technician?
Moreover, the expertise of the various professionals is also required in industry and commerce, so the job search process for professionals may be relatively short, depending on the training they have undergone and the professional experience they have gained. They are easily integrated into maintenance or construction roles in factories, workshops, and shops, providing technical support to private and business customers, local authorities, and more.
A plumber is a highly sought-after professional. His area of expertise is the piping that makes up our water and sewage transportation systems. Plumbers usually deal with pipe assembly, ancillary equipment such as faucets, and maintenance of water systems to prevent malfunctions and solve malfunctions such as blockages, leaks, and more. Each of us has invited a plumber to his home at least once or twice in his life.
Those looking for a job as a plumber will usually turn to companies that offer plumbing services to private clients or businesses such as office buildings. Plumbing is carried out as routine maintenance and when setting up new plumbing systems. He will also be able to turn to industrial-manufacturing companies such as factories and workshops or to companies engaged in the field of construction, in which he will perform infrastructure work as a plumbing installer in new buildings. In addition, plumbers, who are interested in working with larger-scale piping, will be able to integrate with local authorities and take care of municipal piping systems.
A gardener is a professional who specializes in vegetation. Gardeners are usually involved in the planning and establishment of private and public gardens and the ongoing maintenance of planted plants: watering, fertilizing, pruning, spraying and pest control, weeding, and more.
Many gardeners choose to work as independent service providers, but their employment opportunities are varied, and their number increases as the training they have acquired progresses. For example, gardeners who have not been trained can engage in vegetation maintenance work and join contracting companies, private garden maintenance companies, local authorities, etc. In contrast, gardeners with a gardener certificate can work on a larger scale as gardening team supervisors. Gardener certificates are required to manage large-scale gardening projects.
Glaziers are those who specialize in various glass works, among them: cutting glass and assembling it in frames such as doors or windows, repairing and integrating it into furniture, and construction. Glaziers are needed for various jobs, in which they can integrate according to the experience they have gained and their specialization.
Glaziers who specialize in assembling glass windows and doors in buildings can integrate into workshops, construction companies, and other businesses that specialize in glass work. Car glaziers can work in garages and engage in assembling windshields and windows in vehicles. Glaziers who specialize in integrating glass into furniture, such as installing mirrors in cabinet doors or integrating glass surfaces in tables, can find work in furniture manufacturing and carpentry factories. Finally, of course, some glaziers choose to work as service providers and are engaged in repairing and replacing glass in homes and offices.
Wire professionals are professionals who are engaged in creating electrical connections (wiring) in various electrical systems through the use of conductive and insulated components. Electrical work can be dangerous when performed by an unqualified entity, so the wiring must have relevant knowledge and experience. Many employers even require candidates to present various licenses and certifications as necessary for performing the job.
The employment options of a wire professional are relatively diverse, as professional wiring is always required in various industries and manufacturing industries. For example, high-tech companies and factories that deal with electricity and electronics are looking for professional people who know how to make electrical connections according to wiring plans and mechanical diagrams, assemble electrical panels, perform field work, maintain electrical systems to prevent faults and solve faults when they occur.
An electrician is a professional who is qualified to perform various electrical work on electrical machines, buildings, vehicles, aircraft, industry, urban and domestic electrical infrastructure, and more. In order to engage in electricity, appropriate training is required, as well as an electrical license from the Ministry of Labor. The more advanced the training, the more and more varied employment opportunities the electrician receives from the electrician. Therefore, electricians with a "qualified electrician" license are usually required, and there are jobs that require more advanced certifications such as an "electrical practical engineer" license, "electrical engineer," or "chief electrician."
Professional electricians are usually involved in maintenance roles and deal with fault detection and resolution, maintenance of electrical systems, and more. They can also provide service to private clients as self-employed business owners or employees. Electricians with appropriate licenses can even take on managerial positions such as electrical work manager or project manager to varying degrees.
Firefighting systems technician
After adopting the system to the customer's needs, the firefighting systems technician deals with installing fire extinguishing systems in various buildings such as houses and apartments, office buildings, factories, commercial houses, etc... In addition, its role is to perform maintenance work of installed systems, provide solutions to customers and solve problems and malfunctions. This is usually fieldwork, so many workplaces require only portable fire technicians.
Firefighting system installers can offer their services to customers as freelancers or as part of protection companies and other companies specializing in safety. Beginner installers, who have not yet gained enough experience in the field, can work in the first stage as assistants to fire technicians and gain additional knowledge and experience while working "in real-time."
An electronics technician is someone who has acquired an education in the field of electronics and specializes in the design of electrical circuits. For most employers, proper education and an electronics technician certificate are necessary threshold conditions, as engaging in the field requires in-depth knowledge and understanding.
Electronic technicians are usually needed in high-tech companies and factories that deal in electronics - from tiny components to appliances and machines. They can work on production floors, in laboratories, in the field, etc. Their responsibilities are many and varied and depend greatly on the nature of their role. For example, electronics technicians participate in the manufacturing processes of electronic components and objects, are engaged in the assembly and installation of electronic equipment, inspect computers and servers, and are engaged in maintenance and troubleshooting. Sometimes electronics technicians choose to engage in customer service as self-employed or as employees and come to the customer's home to repair various devices.
Gas technicians are qualified to perform various gas jobs, especially LPG (liquefied petroleum gas), which is the cooking gas we are all familiar with. They are responsible for installing gas systems, troubleshooting, and resolving them. Since working with gas can be dangerous, a person who is interested in working in the field must undergo appropriate training and obtain a license from the Ministry of Energy. Most employers need a gas technician with a LPG 1 installer license or a LPG 2 installer license.
Many gas technicians choose to engage in service to private clients independently or as employees of companies that offer gas services. Since this is usually fieldwork, which requires the technician to get to the homes and businesses of the customers, many employers condition the acceptance for the job on holding a valid driver’s license. Veteran and experienced technicians with a type 2 license can work as gas systems planners, performance supervisors, gas development developers, and more.
Computers have long since become a standard tool that almost everyone needs. We use computers for personal and work purposes on a daily basis. Most businesses and public institutions also depend to some extent on the computer, so hardware and software failures can cause a great deal of frustration. As a result, it is no wonder that computer technicians are such essential and sought-after professionals.
Computer technicians are needed for a variety of positions: telephone technical support or support and repair in the field, Help Desk, technical support on industrial production floors, maintenance in academic institutions and high-tech companies, providing technical services to customers in computer stores, computer repair in service laboratories and more. To be successful in the field, computer technicians must specialize in software and hardware of various types, in servers, be familiar with communication equipment, and of course, have a well-developed technical sense and excellent interpersonal skills.
Air conditioning technician
Most of us do not remember how to get through the hot summer months without the air conditioner, which already exists in almost every building: apartments, office buildings, shops, and factories. Because air conditioners are such a common means of cooling (and also heating) and because a malfunction in the air conditioner can cause serious inconvenience, air conditioning technicians are highly sought-after professionals. Air conditioner technicians are often needed to install air conditioning systems, perform routine maintenance, perform proactive malfunctions to prevent malfunctions, and malfunction when these occur.
Air conditioning technicians can offer their services to private and business customers as self-employed or as employees of companies that provide repair services. Technicians who specialize in central and industrial air systems can work in factories. It is important to remember that most workplaces are careful to employ only technicians with an electrical license, as performing air conditioning work requires proper training and a "service electrician" license at the very least.
An elevator technician is a person who specializes in the repair and maintenance of elevators in office buildings, residential homes, and commercial centers. Because working in this field requires an in-depth mechanical understanding of elevator motors and electrical systems, a professional training course must be taken. Also, the work of an elevator involves using a variety of professional tools and equipment specific to the field, so he must master all of these flawlessly.
An elevator technician can work as a freelancer and provide one-time services in case of malfunctions or alternatively be an employee of an elevator company. However, due to the fact that various faults can pop up at any moment without prior notice, the technician's daily routine is not regular and often includes working late at night. Moreover, these are sometimes malfunctions that can claim human lives, so the elevator technician must be thorough and responsible with the ability to work under stress and crisis management.
Telephone exchange technician
Telephone exchanges are an essential tool for many businesses, as they allow easy communication between the various company departments, such as the accounting department, warehouse, and CEO office, as well as between the company and its customers in service and telephone sales centers, for example.
A telephony switchboard technician is someone who specializes in installing telephone systems, troubleshooting, and answering technical issues for customers by phone or at the business. Telephone exchange technicians are usually needed at communications companies or companies that offer business exchange services. Working in this field requires relevant knowledge and experience in the fields of systems, various operating systems, knowledge of networks, and knowledge of network equipment. Because the job usually also includes customer service, there is a need for excellent interpersonal skills and qualities like service and courtesy.
Phone and tablet technician
Due to the significant role that mobile phones and tablets play in our lives; phone technicians are sought-after professionals. Their work mainly includes disassembly and assembly of smartphones and tablets and making external and internal repairs. To do this, cellular technicians need to have a well-developed technical sense and gain as much experience as possible. They also need to learn and keep up to date, as new mobile devices and tablets come out frequently.
Phone technicians are needed mainly in telephone stores and laboratories, where they provide technical service to customers. Sometimes their in-depth knowledge may be an advantage if they choose to be salespeople in the field. Some employers are looking for employees who have undergone technician training at one level or another (A-D), so it is essential to pay attention to this and not send your resume if you have not undergone the required training.
Exterminator of pests / pigeons
The exterminator's job is to keep away or kill pests that can cause crop damage, create sanitary problems or become a nuisance in private homes and businesses. The employment options of exterminators are relatively diverse: they can engage in insecticides and rodents in buildings as self-employed or as employees of pest control companies, or in exterminating insects and fungi in open areas such as agricultural fields. In addition, pigeon keepers offer solutions for people who want to keep birds away to avoid nuisance and dirt.
Since, in most cases, these are field jobs requiring independent access to customers, many employers need only portable exterminators, i.e., licensees on a scooter or vehicle. Also, in order to work in pest control, special training and a suitable "exterminator license" are required, and most employers make sure to employ only licensed exterminators. Pigeon removal, however, does not require a proper license to write these words.
A locksmith is a professional specializing in installing locks and security systems, repairing or replacing broken locks, and authorized burglary of building or vehicle doors. The most common employment option among locksmiths is to provide various services to business and private customers, including breaking, installing, or replacing locks, as well as repairing defective locks. Some choose to work as self-employed, but even those who prefer to work as employees have employment opportunities, as locksmiths are also needed in companies that specialize in security solutions.
As of this writing, the locksmith is not required to undergo training or hold a particular certificate/license to work in the field. However, both employers and clients tend to prefer qualified and experienced locksmiths. Also, since locksmiths need to reach customers, many employers prefer employees with a valid driver’s license.
A metalworker is a professional who deals with the creation of metal products through metal processing when it is in a solid state of aggregation. Metalworkers are usually needed to perform design work, welding, assembly, and installation of bars, railings, fences, gates, pergolas, and iron doors.
Sometimes the metalworker's job requires prior knowledge and welding experience, and some employers place this as a requirement or advantage in their job ad. Relevant education and previous experience in metalworking are also considered an advantage and help shorten the job search process. However, inexperienced metalworkers can first work as metalworker assistants and learn the profession while working. Metalworkers will usually work in workshops and metal factories or locksmiths, and some will choose to join maintenance jobs.
A pool operator is a professional responsible for the swimming pool's maintenance. As part of his job, he must ensure that the pool is technically sound and also ensure that the hygiene conditions in it meet the standards set by the Ministry of Health. His work includes frequent disinfection and filtration of the pool water, troubleshooting, performing various maintenance work, and sometimes even rescuing and providing service to bathers, so when looking for a job, it is important to mention any knowledge or experience that may be relevant.
Because the work of a pool operator involves liability for the health of bathers, the law requires the employment of only qualified professionals. If so, a person interested in working in the field must first undergo training and obtain a certificate. Another thing to consider when looking for a job as a pool operator is the scope of activity of the place. For example, there are places where the pool is open for bathing only in some seasons (hotels or municipal pools). Such places require a pool operator only part of the time, so this is not a permanent job.
Bicycles have been considered a cheap and ecological means of transportation for many years. The principle is that the demand for electric bicycles is growing, and accordingly, the demand for bicycle mechanics specializing in repairing them is also increasing.
A bicycle repairman (or as it is more commonly known: a mechanic) is a professional who specializes in repairing ordinary and electric bicycles. His job is to assemble bicycles, make various repairs, replace parts, provide professional service and answer any questions that arise with them. Bicycle facilities required in sports shops, bicycle shops, or electric bicycle garages for motorcyclists who wish to repair electric bicycles will usually be required to demonstrate relevant knowledge and experience. When searching, you should pay attention to writing in the job ad since bicycle mechanics who work in stores are also asked to market and sell bicycles and related equipment to buy in the store.
In a reality where machines are slowly replacing manual labor, many still choose to purchase "handmade" furniture rather than those produced on a production line. For example, a carpenter is a professional who creates wooden products by processing them with various tools. While this handicraft requires physical effort, many consider it an art and invest heavily in designing the tools and furniture they create. Some even specialize in carving and engraving special illustrations in wood.
Carpenters who are interested in joining the field can work independently and produce wood products to order. Still, it is important to remember that carpenters are always needed in wood factories and carpentry shops. Carpenters are not required to take a course or training to engage in the field, but previous experience is a significant advantage for anyone looking for a job in carpentry. However, some employers agree to hire and train people with no background in the field.
The responsibilities of printing workers are many and varied, and they depend a lot on the workplace and the employer's requirements. Most of their work is usually operating printing machines, but sometimes they will also deal with basic graphic design, binding, cutting, folding, and lamination.
There is a wide range of printing machines and techniques such as offset, tampon, sublimation, and more. Accordingly, the employment opportunities for printing workers are many and relatively diverse. For example, decorative and gift shops are a great option for young people with a background in design software like Photoshop. There they will be able to acquire initial knowledge and experience in designing images and printing them on various products. Experienced people, who are interested in working in printing on a larger scale, can integrate in printing houses or factories that are engaged in printing paper products, signage, etc.
Tinsmiths' craft is tin processing to create and repair products. Today, tinsmiths are needed mainly in the field of car bodywork and are engaged in repairing the metal parts of private vehicles, public transportation, and trucks. Previous experience in car paints can give tinsmiths a big advantage when looking for work, as many employers need tinsmiths who also specialize in paint jobs.
Tinsmiths will usually be able to find work in car service centers, garages, car import companies, and leasing companies. Knowledge and experience are a great advantage, and veteran and experienced tinsmiths can be hired for management positions and work as foremen, tinsmiths, and paint managers. However, many employers are willing to accept people with no background in the field and train them while working.
It is common to think that a painter is someone who specializes only in painting walls (plastering walls), but in fact, paints are also needed in the industry, garages, etc. Because of this, he has many employment options: he can find work in construction companies and engage in painting new buildings, get hired for maintenance positions, or work with renovation contractors. He can also specialize in car paints and work in garages or integrate into manufacturing and work in factories.
Some employers are looking for paints with knowledge and experience in other maintenance jobs such as locksmithing, electrical, carpentry, drywall repair, or general renovations, so if you have knowledge and experience that may be relevant to the job you are interested in, it is essential that you mention this in your resume. It is also important to remember that the painter's work is strenuous physical work and that sometimes it also includes work at height, which requires proper training and licensing.
A home renovator is a professional who specializes in a wide variety of repairs and maintenance work. The renovator has basic knowledge and skills in performing various types of work such as electricity, paint, plumbing, landscaping, carpentry, flooring, and more. Renovators will be able to work in the maintenance of office buildings or factories, renovate apartments and houses as part of work in companies that offer renovation services, or work in construction companies and perform infrastructure or finishing work on new buildings.
Renovators usually perform uncomplicated jobs, but employers who are looking for professionals to perform work at height or electrical work that requires a license avoid hiring people who are not qualified to do so. Also, although most renovator jobs do not require prior training, many employers require renovators who have taken relevant courses and gained extensive experience.