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Sunday, 24 August 2014

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ISLAND CARETAKER


For those who love natural beauty andhaving fun in the sun, you could be an Island Caretaker. What is the paradiseof Island Caretaker? It is about the perfect weather and amazing water sportsthat accompany your days. Even though this job is a little bit risky, but enjoyfeeling beat the feeling of facing the risks. Island Caretaker have to facedwith a few complaints about his profession which is it may not be suited foreveryone and may be caught by sea creature such as bone fish, conch and craw fish. But the main job description of this job is to make sure that theisland is ship-shape when the owners arrive for their holidays, make anynecessary repairs to the home and boats and clean up after stormy weather. Withall the advantages that the company gave, a little hard work sounds more thanworth it.

WINE TASTER

Wine Taster
As the job title suggests, it is to ensure high quality or togain an appreciation of its flavours. People thought this job gain high profitbut actually it isn’t. Taster still needs to have considerable expertise andindustry knowledge in order to get ahead. However, there are no compulsoryqualifications to become a wine taster. In fact, plenty of seasoned winetasting professionals have built up their career without any paperqualifications but only with their expertise and experience driving themforward. Above all, it pays to invest in some training that will be able togive you a solid understanding of all aspects of the wine industry, and notjust of what the final products tastes like.

ODOUR TESTER

Odour Tester
As an odourtester, you need to keep your nose to the grindstone. You’re known for abilityto identify scents. Using chemistry and your own nose, you’re able to be an Odourtester which is adjusting the scent of just about any product. You possess aunique skill set when you’re an odour tester. It can be a funky job. No matterwhich industry you make a career ofnosing around, you spend a great deal of time in a laboratory, evaluatingresults and correcting the balance of the scent. You’re now a scientist and you understand how making achange in the product’s chemical makeup will affect the smell it gives off.

CARD AND DICE INSPECTOR


Card and dice inspector profession is to ensure all used cards and diceare inspected and cancelled in compliance with gaming regulations. Other thanthat, cards and dice inspector have to prepare for destruction and done inaccordance with existing regulations, policy and procedure. Job tasks must befinished in a timely manner according to department standards all other dutiesmust be assigned. This job is an early morning daytime position and itsstarting wage is $9.00 per hour. To be a card and dice inspector, you must havestrong basic math skills, basic understand of cards suits, must be able tostand for a long duration and have high school diploma or GED equivalent. Only21 years above is allowed to be card and dice inspector.

GOLF BALL DIVERS

Golf Ball Divers
Golf BallDivers scoop up the misdirected balls so that they can be cleaned and sold toother self-punishing. But golfers didn't liketo see golf ball divers at work. It is because it reminds them of theirfailures. Regarding that, golf ball divers do their work at the early in themorning before the golfers arrive. Golf ball divers have to strap on scuba gearand dive to the bottom of the water feature. When you already got the golfball, you have to drop it in a collection bag. One golf ball may be quite lightbut hundred of them are definitely very heavy. This job requires big muscles.After done scouting the water feature for errant balls, you have to packagethem and give them to the employer. You keep an accurate count of all ofthe balls you collect, and provide that paperwork to your employer as well.


CHIMNEY SWEEP

Chimney Sweep
As a chimney sweep, you have to clean thechimneys of open fires. These include coal, gas, oil and wood-fired heatingsystems. This work helps to reduce the risks of chimney fires and dangerousfumes. Practical skills in using a range of tools and equipment are needed tobe a chimney sweep.
Other than that, you need to have abilityto work at heights and climb ladders. You need to get on job training becausecompany always hired chimney sweep with experienced. As a chimney sweep, theyusually work between 8.30am and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday but may also work onSaturday. Spring and autumn is the busiest times for chimney sweep. The mostimportant for chimney sweep is to take care of health and safety issues becausethis work is risky. Part of salary, there are no set rates of pay because theyearns according to how much work they have.