Insurance claims handlers help people who are making claims on their insurance policies.
Motor vehicle parts persons supply individuals, dealerships and garages with parts.
Network engineers install, service and repair computer data and communication systems.
Thermal insulation engineers install insulating materials around pipes, boilers and ductwork.
Rail track maintenance workers inspect and repair railway tracks, bridges, tunnels and viaducts.
Credit controllers help firms get the money they're owed from businesses and individuals.
Pipe fitters install industrial pipework, valves and pumps in factories, commercial premises and large buildings like power stations.
Door supervisors check the suitability of people wanting to enter venues like pubs, bars and nightclubs and look after the safety of the people inside.
Electrical engineering technicians install, repair and maintain electrical equipment and controls.
Carpenters and joiners make and install wooden structures, fittings and furniture.
Insurance claims managers lead claims handler teams to make sure they deal with insurance claims efficiently.
Insurance risk surveyors carry out surveys of items that need to be insured.
Internal and external auditors check an organisation’s financial records and procedures, to make sure they’re accurate and efficient.
Finance officers help to manage the finances of an organisation by keeping track of its income and controlling its spending.
Riding holiday leaders take individuals and groups out on treks.
Insurance loss adjusters investigate large or complicated claims for insurance companies.
Landscapers create and maintain gardens, parks and other outdoor and interior areas.
Agricultural engineering technicians help to solve practical engineering problems in land-based industries.
Nurses give care, advice and support to adults who are sick, injured or have physical disabilities.
Computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinists make precision parts for the engineering and manufacturing industries.