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NOC 2121 – Biologists and related scientists job titles

NOC 2121 – Biologists and related scientists job titles

December 7, 2019

National Occupational Classification (NOC) code 2121 is for Biologists and related scientists job titles.

NOC skill type/level: Skill Level A

Employment requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree in biology or in a related discipline is required for biologists.
  • A master’s or doctoral degree in biology or a related discipline is required for employment as a research scientist in biology.
  • Post-doctoral research experience is usually required before employment in academic departments or research institutions.
  • Biologists are regulated in Alberta and British Columbia.

List of Job Titles for NOC 2121 – Biologists and related scientists job titles

  • agricultural scientist
  • agrogeologist
  • algologist
  • anatomist
  • animal ecologist
  • animal geneticist
  • animal nutritionist
  • animal taxonomist
  • apiculture entomologist
  • aquatic biologist
  • astrobiologist
  • bacteriologist
  • bacteriologist – animal health
  • bioinformatician
  • biological scientist
  • biologist
  • biology systematist
  • biology taxonomist
  • biomedical nanotechnology research scientist
  • botanist
  • bryologist
  • cell biologist
  • cellular physiologist
  • crop scientist
  • crop-research scientist
  • cytochemist
  • cytogeneticist
  • cytologist
  • cytologist-microbiologist
  • dairy bacteriologist
  • dairy scientist
  • descriptive toxicologist
  • developmental biologist
  • developmental geneticist
  • domestic animal scientist
  • ecobiologist
  • ecologist
  • economic botanist
  • embryologist
  • entomologist
  • environmental and occupational toxicologist
  • environmental biologist
  • environmental toxicologist
  • enzymologist
  • enzymology biologist
  • etiologist
  • extraction specialist – cannabis
  • fishery bacteriologist
  • fishery products bacteriologist
  • food bacteriologist
  • food products bacteriologist
  • food products scientist
  • food research scientist
  • food scientist
  • forest ecologist
  • forest pathologist
  • geneticist
  • helminthologist
  • herpetologist
  • histologist
  • histopathologist
  • human physiologist
  • hydrobiologist
  • ichthyologist
  • immunologist
  • industrial bacteriologist
  • insect physiologist
  • interpretative naturalist
  • invertebrate zoologist
  • laboratory immunologist
  • limnologist
  • malariologist
  • mammalogist
  • marine biologist
  • marine hydrobiologist
  • marine mammal trainer
  • mechanistic toxicologist
  • medical parasitology biologist
  • microbiologist
  • molecular biologist
  • molecular geneticist
  • molecular physiologist
  • mycologist
  • naturalist
  • nematologist
  • ornithologist
  • osteologist
  • parasitologist
  • parasitology biologist
  • park naturalist
  • pharmaceutical bacteriologist
  • pharmacologist
  • physiological biophysicist
  • physiologist
  • physiologist-biochemist – nuclear medicine
  • phytobiologist
  • phytopathologist
  • plant anatomist
  • plant breeder
  • plant ecologist
  • plant nematologist
  • plant pathologist
  • plant physiologist
  • plant population biologist
  • plant scientist
  • plant taxonomist
  • population geneticist
  • poultry scientist
  • protozoologist
  • protozoology biologist
  • public health bacteriologist
  • regulatory toxicologist
  • research biologist
  • rural ecologist
  • serologist
  • soil bacteriologist
  • staff toxicologist
  • systems biologist
  • toxicologist
  • veterinary parasitology biologist
  • virologist
  • wildlife biologist
  • wildlife helminthologist
  • wildlife naturalist
  • zoologist
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