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With almost 200 job families in the rail industry, the A-Z provides a short description of the most common jobs found in the Australasian rail industry. Each job definition includes its job title, the main parts of the job, entrance requirements and necessary qualifications.

Hardware Technician

Supports and maintains computer systems and peripherals by installing, configuring, testing, troubleshooting, and repairing hardware. Usually requires a computer or related vocational qualification at associate degree, advanced diploma or diploma level.

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Human Resources (HR) Assistant

Provides administration support to the human resources team, such as processing applications and maintaining employee database. No specific qualifications are required, but vocational qualifications are well regarded. This role would suit someone who is organised, enjoys attention to detail, and is studying human resources.

Human Resources (HR) Officer

Develops, advises and implements policies relating to the effective use of people in an organisation. HR officers aim to ensure the organisation has the best mix of staff in terms of skills and experience, and are involved in the training of staff and their development opportunities. Requires a bachelor degree in a relevant area, for example, industrial relations.

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