Trade mark attorneys advise clients about registering and protecting designs and trade marks.
Road transport managers make sure goods and passengers reach their destinations safely, on time and in the most cost-effective way.
Chief inspectors manage operational teams in their districts like CID or neighbourhood policing, and coordinate responses to major incidents.
Librarians run public and private libraries, managing access to books, multi-media resources and computers.
Private investigators carry out enquiries for their clients to find out information and check facts.
Charity directors plan ways to develop a charity’s services, generate income and raise awareness of its work.
Embalmers preserve and prepare bodies from the time of death until they can be buried or cremated.
Bookmakers organise gambling activities in betting offices, at racetracks or online.
Arboricultural officers maintain and manage trees for local councils or arboricultural contractors.
Forensic computer analysts investigate computer-based crime (cyber crime).
Pensions administrators handle the day-to-day running of pension schemes and life insurance policies.
Driving instructors teach people the skills and knowledge they need to drive safely and pass their driving test.
Valuers and auctioneers advise individuals and businesses that buy, sell and rent land and property.
Immigration advisers give advice on asylum claims, nationality, citizenship, deportation and employment, and represent clients in court.
Architects design new buildings and the spaces around them, and work on the restoration and conservation of existing buildings.
Market traders sell goods like food or clothing, or services like mobile phone repairs, from street stalls or indoor markets.
Sub-editors check written content before it’s published in newspapers, magazines and on websites.
Archivists look after and preserve collections of historical records and documents.
Production managers take care of the business, financial and recruitment side of film and television productions.
Education welfare officers ensure that children attend school and get the support they need.