The Do-er

Organisation is my middle name!

If you wanted a group holiday organised, a project manager for group assignments or help with party planning – I am that person! I live by schedules, to do-lists and structure so that every detail, even the smallest, is addressed. You can call me the ‘behind-the-scenes’ person. I'm the oil in the machine, making sure everything runs smoothly and efficiently. Some people find administration boring but I love it and excel at making things happen!
Honey Bees love detail and get things done, which I think is pretty cool.

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Your strengths

We all have our own set of strengths. We’ve put together a list of with which we're sure you'll identify. Check them out below!

Attention to detail

My attention to detail is on point; no matter what I’m working on, I’ll spot the mistakes, errors and flaws. You want something submitted perfectly? Borrow my eyes to check it first!


I can get things done because I am organised, efficient and structured – I work so well like that!

Process orientation

Give me instructions or a set of tasks, and I can get them done so efficiently it will seem like magic!


I work best from a structure I know, I’ll get to understand rules and processes and I’m totally fine with repetition. In no time, it becomes part of my nature and I get stuff done!

Things that you can improve on

If only we could be good at everything! Here are a few areas where you could improve:

  • Things that require skills in anything construction – think tradie!
  • Roles that require a high level of human interaction for the benefit of selling a product or service rather than helping an individual
  • Skills or knowledge in maths and science to construct and engineer products or buildings
  • Tasks that purely focus on the use of technology
  • Focusing on information and processes in professional services – think business or education settings
  • Jobs that are seeking to improve the mental or physical health or well-being of others

Don’t feel bad about the points above, you can always improve on this!

So, what do you look for in a role?

Roles that will suit you best will include these elements:

  • Processes and structure – the best way you work!
  • The ability to be organised
  • Working with others 
  • Solving and fixing problems
  • Spreadsheets and to-do lists – say no more! 

Kick-starting your career

Don’t know where to start? Check out these entry-level career paths you can start today:

  • Click here to check out which subjects you should be taking in school based on your Career Quiz results.
  • Gaining any work experience or an internship is the best place to start for The Do-Er, why not try to get some work experience in your local council.
  • A receptionist role might be up your alley, speak to some doctors' offices or other local companies to gain experience as a receptionist answering the phone, filing and help with the behind the scenes of a business.
  • Start your career out in retail and gain lots of experience with customer service. Is fashion your forte? Or maybe a supermarket is more your place?

The Do-er's list of ideal careers

Wondering where you could end up? Explore the list below and map out your future career options:

Find out more careers suited to the ‘do-er’ you are! 
  • Accounting Clerks
  • Air Transport Professionals
  • Archivists, Curators and Records Managers
  • Auditors and Company Secretaries
  • Automobile Drivers
  • Bakers and Pastrycooks
  • Bar Attendants and Baristas
  • Beauty Therapists
  • Betting Clerks
  • Bookkeepers
  • Bus and Coach Drivers
  • Cafe and Restaurant Managers
  • Cafe Workers
  • Call or Contact Centre Workers
  • Call, Contact Centre & Customer Service Managers
  • Caravan Park and Camping Ground Managers
  • Checkout Operators and Office Cashiers
  • Commercial Cleaners
  • Conference and Event Organisers
  • Couriers and Postal Deliverers
  • Crane, Hoist and Lift Operators
  • Delivery Drivers
  • Domestic Cleaners
  • Driving Instructors
  • Filing and Registry Clerks
  • Food and Drink Factory Workers
  • Food Trades Assistants
  • Forklift Drivers
  • Freight and Furniture Handlers
  • Gallery, Library and Museum Technicians
  • Gaming Workers
  • General Clerks
  • Hotel and Motel Managers
  • Hotel Service Managers
  • Human Resource Clerks
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Human Resource Professionals
  • ICT Trainers
  • Importers, Exporters and Wholesalers
  • Inquiry Clerks
  • Keyboard Operators (Data Entry Operator)
  • Kitchenhands
  • Laundry Workers
  • Library Assistants
  • Licensed Club Managers
  • Local Council Officer
  • Mail Sorters
  • Marine Transport Professionals
  • Office Managers
  • Other Clerical & Administrative Workers
  • Payroll Clerks
  • Personal Assistants
  • Police
  • Policy and Planning Managers
  • Primary Products Inspectors
  • Prison Officers
  • Product Assemblers
  • Production Managers
  • Real Estate Sales Agents
  • Receptionists
  • Residential Land Lease Community Manager
  • Retail Managers
  • Retail Supervisors
  • Safety Inspectors
  • Sales Assistants (General)
  • Secretaries
  • Security Officers and Guards
  • Service Station Attendants
  • Shelf Fillers
  • Storepersons
  • Supply and Distribution Managers
  • Telemarketers
  • Tour Guide
  • Tourism and Travel Advisers
  • Train and Tram Drivers
  • Transport Services Managers
  • Truck Drivers
  • Waiters

Nail your interview with these questions

Got a job interview lined up? Check out the questions below and ask some during the interview:

  • What sort of work would I be doing day to day?
  • How much of my work involves doing tasks vs managing people?
  • Do you have a process guide I can read?
  • Will someone supervise me to help me learn what I need to do?