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Career Centre Resources 2014 EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES SKILLS SET Counselling, Mental Health and Social Work            research, communication and listening skills skill in analysing and evaluating human behaviour an understanding of human development and relationships knowledge of self-care strategies knowledge of medicines and treatments, and the effects these have on people knowledge of social work practice and theories used in New Zealand and overseas an understanding of social and cultural issues and problems knowledge of human behaviour, development, relationships and social systems counselling and negotiating skills knowledge of social policy and how it is developed an understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi Primary and Secondary Teaching  knowledge of the New Zealand school curriculum  understanding of how to plan units and lessons, and evaluate students' progress  child development knowledge, including learning difficulties and how to identify them  behaviour management skills  knowledge of different teaching methods and learning styles  knowledge of curriculum assessment and planning  research skills to keep up to date with best practice in teaching  understanding of school rules and procedures, including safety and emergency procedures For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES SKILLS SET Early Childhood Education     good teaching skills knowledge of different teaching strategies and learning styles knowledge of Te Whāriki, the early childhood curriculum knowledge of child learning and development, and of early literacy and numeracy Tertiary Teaching     up-to-date knowledge of subject area teaching and lecturing skills research skills, and up-to-date knowledge of research methods skills in different styles of writing, such as writing courses, lectures and research  knowledge of assessment methods and regulations Sport and Recreation  knowledge of sporting rules and tactics  coaching and teaching techniques that support athlete learning and development  sport science and first aid skills  skill in physical education, personal training and testing people's fitness  an understanding of anatomy and physiology  knowledge of gym equipment and how to operate it correctly  an understanding of how to prescribe and demonstrate safe and effective exercises  knowledge of basic nutrition principles  knowledge of different sports and recreation activities  an awareness of health and safety  budgeting, business management and marketing skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 CONSUMER SERVICES SKILLS SET Baking      knowledge of bakery products and ingredients skill in mixing and baking processes icing and cake decorating skills mixing and baking equipment knowledge awareness of health and safety regulations Culinary  food preparation, cooking and food presentation skills  knowledge of budgeting, stock management and how to price and set up a menu  understanding of health and safety regulations  knowledge of new developments in food nutrition, food technology and cooking methods  ability to cook quickly and safely in a busy kitchen  ability to follow recipes and instructions  knowledge of food hygiene, stock rotation and food storage methods  knowledge of kitchen equipment  knowledge of how a commercial kitchen works Hairdressing  skill in different hairdressing methods, including cutting, styling, perming and colouring techniques  knowledge of past and current hairstyles and trends  an understanding of hair and skin types, and how they react with different types of chemicals such as colouring products  knowledge of health and hygiene regulations  creative and artistic skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 CONSUMER SERVICES SKILLS SET Hospitality  business management knowledge, including budgeting, accounting, sales and marketing skills  knowledge of health, safety and food hygiene regulations and procedures  good understanding of current liquor licensing and employment laws  knowledge of food and drink preparation and presentation  ability to plan and organise catering for functions such as weddings or conferences  ability to set up a menu  knowledge of types of beer, wine and other alcoholic drinks  knowledge of the local area, including local tourist attractions and services  skill in staff management  basic knowledge of building maintenance  ability to prepare different types of coffees and hot drinks  knowledge of how to work a coffee machine  customer service skills  cash-handling skills  skill preparing food and using kitchen equipment  knowledge of cleaning methods and chemicals  food and drink service skills  selling skills Beauty  knowledge of the body, including skin, hair and nail health  knowledge of face and body treatments such as facials, manicures, massage, and electrolysis  skill in applying make-up  familiarity with beauty products  knowledge of nail care and nail problems  skills in using various nail applications, and filing, polishing and shaping techniques  familiarity with artificial nail enhancements and nail products  an understanding of hygiene, and health and safety regulations For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 BUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS SET Accounting  ability to prepare financial statements and reports for clients or company management  record-keeping skills to keep track of the amount of money spent and received daily by clients or company management  forecasting and budgeting skills  ability to ensure compliance with tax legislation  return preparation skills for GST and other returns, such as surveys, PAYE and tax forms  ability to advise on financial aspects of businesses such as budgets, tax and cashflow  knowledge of finance, economics and marketing  knowledge of business management practices, including business ethics  accounting and maths skills Business Administration           ability to prepare and track budgets, pay bills, and do banking and invoicing monitoring skills in order to maintain equipment and supplies reception skills planning and meeting organisation skills minute-taking skills project or database management research, records management and filing skills knowledge of budgeting and office finance systems knowledge of health and safety laws knowledge of minute taking and report writing For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 BUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS SET Event Management           ability to develop concepts for an event budgeting for events organisation skills in order to oversee event contractors, staff and volunteers promotion and marketing skills ability to deal with enquiries about the event organisational skills in order to secure funding, sponsorship and ticketing for the event knowledge of the venues, contractors and suppliers used by the events industry risk management skills and knowledge of relevant health and safety requirements knowledge of the entertainment and hospitality industries skill in managing finances, budgets and large groups of people. Human Resources  ability to analyse jobs and write job descriptions, advertise vacancies, and help interview and select staff  consultation skills in order to consult with management, staff and unions about salaries and working conditions  ability to give advice on workplace relations policies and procedures, performance management and disciplinary matters  knowledge of employment agreements, employment legislation and equal opportunities legislation  ability to develop strategies for human resources areas such as recruitment, remuneration, learning and development, change management and legislative compliance  communication skills in order to talk to staff about personal or work problems  payroll management skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 BUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS SET Management        leadership skills administrative and financial skills ability to meet project goals on time and to the required standard people management skills communication skills in order to develop relationships with stakeholders skill in developing, piloting and implementing new business processes an understanding of the strategic direction, structure and issues affecting the organisation  the ability to identify risks and issues that could affect projects, and put in place effective solutions. ICT – Programmer/Software Developer  communication skills in order to discuss clients' computer program requirements  ability to perform and run tests to ensure programs and computer systems are working properly  ability to work out design specifications for programs  program maintenance and upgrade skills  prototype building skills to tender for new business  knowledge of new programming methods and technologies  knowledge of programming languages and techniques  project management skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 BUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS SET ICT – Network Engineer  ability to design and configure a linked computer network system  installation skills for cabling, routers, switches, servers, and wifi devices  ability to perform and run tests to ensure the network is operating smoothly and efficiently  assessment skills in order to recommend improvements to the network and related software  network maintenance skills, including identifying faults, and fixing problems  monitoring skills in order to ensure that the network is secure and has enough capacity to cope with the needs of the organisation  project management skills ICT - Web Developer          technical skills ability to program in computer languages knowledge of trends on the Internet communication skills in order to meet with clients to work out the requirements of their website and talk over ideas ability to work out the website's structure and how the user will find their way around it knowledge of production methods and necessary equipment liaison skills in order to communicate with writers, designers, system administrators and other staff to help design and maintain the website ability to integrate the technical, visual, and content aspects of the site to produce the finished product website maintenance skills including adding new content, illustrations or features For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 BUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS SET IT Support  ability to identify and solve computer software, hardware, and website problems  analysis skills in order to assess user problems and make suggestions for prevention of future problems  assembly and installation skills for computer software, networks, and servers  record-keeping skills in order to keep track of the problems raised by computer users  equipment repair skills  ability to run and maintain databases  ability to perform and run test programs on computers and related equipment Marketing  knowledge of products and services, the market for those products or services, and how to advertise or promote them  knowledge of staff management and budgeting  knowledge of finances, to help with costing goods and services  administrative skills  research skills  product development skills  market research skills  customer feedback analysis skills  ability to monitor customer satisfaction Tourism     knowledge of New Zealand, other countries and tourist destinations ease in working with people from a range of countries and cultures good customer service and sales skills planning and organisational skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 MARITIME SKILLS SET Logistics Manager  skills in assessing and describing organisational needs  skills in developing and implementing procurement strategies, policies and processes  skills in evaluating options for supplying goods or services, including pricing, quality, service and support  skills in managing relationships with vendors, and with staff  negotiation skills  knowledge of project management and strategic planning  knowledge of planning and reporting  knowledge of relevant laws and standards Supply Chain Officer     good knowledge of the organisation and the industry knowledge of the product specifications knowledge of the pricing and availability of products knowledge of electronic inventories For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 MARITIME SKILLS SET Marine Engineer  knowledge of mechanical engineering  knowledge of pneumatic and hydraulic machinery  knowledge of how to operate and fix electronic and electrical equipment  knowledge of safety regulations and procedures  fire-fighting, first aid and survival skills  knowledge of home and foreign port regulations  ability to diagnose engine and machinery problems, and carry out maintenance and repairs  ability to check, test and maintain automatic controls and alarm systems  maintenance service skills for electrical power, heating, ventilation, refrigeration, water and sewerage systems  supervision skills in order to supervise other engineers and crew members Ship's Master  knowledge of the requirements for running and handling a ship  sound technical understanding of ships and their equipment including radio and electronics equipment  knowledge of tides, waters, coastlines, marine hazards and the weather, and how these vary depending on vessel location  knowledge of relevant laws, requirements and safety procedures  navigational skills  knowledge of safety procedures and methods such as fire-fighting, rescue, and collision prevention  responsibility and leadership skills in order to ensure safety of passengers and cargo  skill in planning and executing the ship's route For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 ENGINEERING SKILLS SET Vehicle Refinisher         ability to discuss vehicle painting options with customers or managers sanding skills paint application skills buffing and polishing skills knowledge of how to prepare a vehicle for painting ability to select and mix paints knowledge of vehicle painting techniques knowledge of paint types and colours and how to use them effectively colour-matching and spray-painting skills Automotive Mechanic          ability to diagnose faults in vehicles, and work out what is causing them ability to dismantle engines, parts or systems requiring attention rebuilding, repairing and replacement skills on any faulty parts or systems vehicle servicing skills, including changing vehicle lubricants and coolants ability to carry out vehicle Warrant of Fitness checks ability to carry out performance modifications to vehicles knowledge of vehicle engines, parts and systems understanding of vehicle electronic systems understanding of Warrant of Fitness regulations and safety standards Automotive Electrician  ability to carry out tests on automotive electrical systems to diagnose faults  repair and replacement skills for automotive electrical systems such as charging and starting systems  repair and replacement skills for electronic systems such as engine management systems, air-conditioning systems, ABS brakes, electronically controlled gearboxes, instrument panels and vehicle computers  ability to install car security and entertainment systems  knowledge of automotive electronics, electrical theory and circuit diagrams  knowledge of vehicle components  knowledge of basic engineering  knowledge of basic vehicle mechanics For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 ENGINEERING SKILLS SET Builder  communication skills in order to discuss building plans or changes with architects, clients and other tradespeople  calculation skills in order to calculate the amount of materials required  estimation skills  supervision skills in order to supervise e tradespeople such as electricians and plumbers  organisational skills  ability to arrange building consents and notify building and plumbing inspectors of work that needs inspection  ability to construct, alter and repair buildings  building and carpentry skills  knowledge of building methods and materials  understanding of building standards and safety regulations  skill interpreting drawings and architectural plans  knowledge of health and safety procedures on building sites  maths skills  small business skills Carpenter         building and carpentry skills knowledge of building methods and materials skill interpreting drawings and architectural plans ability to properly use and maintain tools understanding of building and safety regulations ability to study building plans and architectural drawings ability to select timber and other building materials measuring and cutting skills in order to cut building materials to the right size and shape  ability to remove and repair old materials and fittings  construction skills to build frames and clad the interior and exterior of buildings  installation skills for items such as windows, staircases and doors in buildings For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 ENGINEERING SKILLS SET Landscape Gardener  communication skills in order to discuss and develop designs with clients  ability to read and interpret plans and discuss design concepts with landscape architects  basic planning and design skills  knowledge of different plants and their required growing conditions  knowledge of construction methods and materials  knowledge of design regulations, permits and plans  knowledge of tiling and bricklaying  calculation skills in order to calculate construction costs such as labour and materials  ability to select seeds, bulbs and plants and plant these  ability to construct decking, fencing, walls and courtyards, and lay down paving  installation skills for garden lighting, irrigation and ornaments Florist          knowledge of flowers and plants ability to care for and arrange cut flowers knowledge of trends in floristry knowledge of Interflora and Teleflora ordering procedures business management, basic maths and accounting skills sales skills knowledge of basic first aid and occupational health and safety procedures ability to help people choose flowers or plants design skills in order to put together flowers in bouquets, posies and arrangements  record-keeping skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 ENGINEERING SKILLS SET Plumber           knowledge of plumbing and drainage materials and methods skill in interpreting designs, plans and instructions knowledge of building and safety regulations knowledge of the Building Code in relation to plumbing, gasfitting, and drainage soldering and welding skills some knowledge of electrical systems ability to measure, cut and shape pipes installation skills for pipes, fittings, hot water and heating systems ability to lay or repair drains, and get consents from local councils to do the work repair skills for damaged or blocked water, sewerage and gas pipes Civil Engineering  ability to consult with clients, government officials and other professionals on the requirements of each project  skill in evaluating the suitability of proposed construction sites  planning skills in order to design structures such as roads, drainage systems, buildings, dams or wharves  report preparation skills  budgeting skills in order to prepare cost estimates and evaluation of the cost efficiency of projects  environmental assessment skills  ability to get plans approved by relevant authorities and obtain building permits  supervising construction skills in order to ensure structures are built correctly  knowledge of civil engineering and surveying methods  understanding of relevant legislation  knowledge of building materials, and how they work

Career Centre Resources 2014 ENGINEERING SKILLS SET Mechanical Engineering  ability to determine client's or production manager's requirements  able to carry out investigations of existing systems and prepare reports based on findings  researching skills for the use of energy sources, machinery and materials  preparation and planning skills for drawings of machines or machine parts  CAD software skills  ability to prepare cost estimates for jobs  knowledge of mechanical processes  knowledge of physics, electronics and thermodynamics  knowledge of different gases  knowledge of safety regulations and quality standards  mathematical modelling skills  knowledge of any relevant legislation Electrical and Electronics Engineering  knowledge of electronics  knowledge of circuit theory and other electrical principles  an understanding of the equipment and safe practices associated with electrical engineering  knowledge of the laws, resource management and industry standards that apply to electrical engineering  capacity to develop, design or update specifications and designs for electrical systems and equipment  design and drawing skills, including knowledge of CAD software  able to calculate the cost of projects, and materials needed  ability to write reports and develop instruction manuals for installing new electricity systems and equipment  supervision skills in order to supervise the installation and maintenance of systems and equipment

Career Centre Resources 2014 NURSING SKILLS SET Nursing  able to discuss, plan and carry out nursing care to improve patients' health  ability to administer patients' medication and intravenous drugs  monitoring and assessment skills in order to respond to patients' conditions and record important changes  teaching skills in order to educate patients, their families and community groups about health needs, and prevention of accidents and illness  communication skills in order to work with other health professionals, community organisations, employers and government agencies  nursing skills and knowledge of different nursing methods  knowledge of how the human body works  knowledge of different diseases and illnesses  knowledge of medicines and treatments, and the effects these have on patients  knowledge of how to use a variety of technical equipment, such as ventilation machines Health Support Assistant  helping skills in order to help clients at home with tasks such as showering and dressing  housework skills  meal preparation skills  ability to take patients' electrocardiogram (ECG) readings, samples and fluid balances  ability to help patients with rehabilitation in areas such as social skills and walking  basic patient care skills  understanding of the needs of the elderly, families, children, and people with disabilities  awareness of hospital procedures  knowledge of health and safety procedures  first aid skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 NURSING SKILLS SET Health Promotion  an understanding of different cultural approaches to health  ability to work alongside schools and community groups to identify health issues and solutions  management skills in order to manage health promotion programmes  knowledge of the health system and political environment  ability to establish networks in the community  ability to develop promotional and educational material for publication  knowledge of the Treaty of Waitangi  evaluation skills for assessing programmes  facilitation and negotiation skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 CREATIVE ARTS SKILLS SET Photography          capacity to work out ideas for photo shoots ability to arrange cameras, lights, locations, props and models for shoots ability to use sophisticated digital camera and lighting equipment digital processing and photo editing skills design skills ability to plan, produce and edit video/moving image footage knowledge of cameras, flashes, lenses and computers knowledge of how to control light and achieve different photographic effects skills in processing digital images and using software such as Photoshop and Lightroom  knowledge of the latest photographic methods, equipment and trends Jewellery Design            ability to select metals and gems melting and rolling out metal skills ability to cut, bend and shape metal, or cast metal from a plaster mould capacity to solder and file and polish jewellery polishing and jewellery cleaning skills ability to estimate the value of jewellery, and determine gemstone value by colour, cut, clarity, gem variety and carat knowledge of jewellery styles and designs knowledge of metals and alloys knowledge of gemstones and their value knowledge of different methods of cutting and setting gemstones design skills For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

Career Centre Resources 2014 CREATIVE ARTS SKILLS SET Acting/Performing           ability to research characters and study scripts to understand the part memorisation skills ability to perform stunts for an audience or in front of a camera knowledge of how people behave and speak in order to create believable characters voice projection skills knowledge of a variety of books, plays, and poetry knowledge of different cultures skill in interpreting and analysing roles knowledge of different stunts, including which stunts to perform in certain situations and the best way of performing them the ability to use specialist stunt equipment For more help, visit the MIT Career Centre - South Campus JKL Block 09 968 8615 - We can: • check your CV and cover letter and help make them more effective • help you identify skills and make career decisions • discuss ways of accessing the hidden job market • help you prepare for an upcoming interview

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