Road traffic accident investigators carry out examinations to work out why an accident happened.
Chief inspectors manage operational teams in their districts like CID or neighbourhood policing, and coordinate responses to major incidents.
Prison instructors help prisoners to gain skills to help them find employment after their release.
Information scientists manage an organisation's information resources and make sure it’s all readily available.
Ofsted inspectors visit, inspect and report on the quality of places of education and learning, and children’s services.
Printing administrators work in the production process of the printing, packaging and graphics industry.
Laboratory technicians support scientists and help carry out tests, research and investigations.
Industrial cleaners work in factories, power stations and high-rise buildings, and clear up after fires, floods and at crime scenes and road accidents.
Cellar technicians install and maintain drinks systems in places like pubs, bars, hotels and restaurants.
Airport information assistants help and support passengers in airports.
Meat process workers produce meat products for the food manufacturing, catering and food retail industries.
Forensic computer analysts investigate computer-based crime (cyber crime).
French polishers use traditional skills to treat wood and restore furniture and items like staircases, doors and musical instruments.
Pensions administrators handle the day-to-day running of pension schemes and life insurance policies.
Security systems installers fit and service electronic systems that detect intruders or control access to buildings and sites.
Machine pressers operate industrial equipment to make metal sheeting and parts for use in manufacturing and construction.
Analytical textile technologists produce technical textiles for industries like automotive and healthcare.
Hotel room attendants make sure that hotel rooms are clean, tidy and inviting for guests.
IT project managers oversee the development and installation of computer hardware and software systems.
Tailors design and make one-off suits, jackets and coats for individual customers.