A steel erector assembles the metal framework of buildings and structures like bridges and tunnels.
Lift engineers install, refurbish, service and repair lifts and escalators.
Web editors research, write and manage an organisation’s online content, including text, images, video and other media.
Building control officers make sure building regulations are followed.
Solicitors advise clients about the law and act on their behalf in legal matters.
Food manufacturing inspectors make sure companies meet hygiene and safety standards, and that products are safe to eat.
Health service managers run local healthcare services such as hospitals, GP practices and community health services.
Diplomatic service officers help to promote and protect British interests, businesses and citizens overseas.
Network engineers install, service and repair computer data and communication systems.
Building surveyors advise clients about the design, construction, maintenance and repair of buildings.
Patient advice and liaison service (PALS) officers give support, advice and information about NHS services.
Franchise owners are self-employed people who've bought a licence to operate under an established company's brand.
Family support workers help and advise families with long- or short-term difficulties.
Store detectives work to prevent shoplifting as part of a team of security officers.
Podiatrists diagnose and treat foot and ankle problems, improving people's mobility and quality of life.
Special educational needs (SEN) teaching assistants support teachers to help children with a wide range of learning, physical or behavioural difficulties.
Web developers design, build and maintain websites and website applications.
Ergonomists help to make sure that equipment and machinery are safe and easy to use.
E-learning developers develop courses that can be studied on a computer network or online.
Financial services customer advisers work in contact centres for banks, insurance, investment and credit companies.