Agricultural engineers design, install and service agricultural, horticultural and forestry machinery and equipment. They also advise farmers, landowners and government departments on countryside issues. These could range from crop diversity through to sustainable land use. If you like solving problems, are good at maths and science and want a varied job with excellent prospects this could be an ideal career choice. To be an agricultural engineer you would normally need a foundation degree, HND or degree in an engineering subject. You might also be able to work your way up from technician level.