Healthcare science assistants support healthcare science professionals.
Medical physicists are specialists in healthcare science, also known as clinical science.
Education technicians support teachers and lecturers of science, art, IT or design and technology by preparing equipment and materials, and helping in practical lessons.
Nanotechnologists design and build devices and materials on a tiny scale.
Merchant navy engineering officers maintain the mechanical and electrical machinery and instruments on board a ship.
Materials engineers research the behaviour of materials used in industry to help make them stronger, lighter or more durable.
Aerospace engineering technicians design, build, test and repair civil and military aircraft.
Research scientists plan and carry out experiments and investigations to broaden scientific knowledge.
Horticultural workers grow and sell plants in garden centres, or tend to plants in parks and gardens.
Fingerprint officers check and compare fingerprints taken from crime scenes.
Clinical scientists research and develop techniques and equipment to help prevent, diagnose and treat illness.
Civil engineers design and manage construction projects, from bridges and buildings to transport links and sports stadiums.
Oceanographers study the seas and oceans.
Food manufacturing inspectors make sure companies meet hygiene and safety standards, and that products are safe to eat.
Manufacturing systems engineers design and install manufacturing equipment and assembly production lines.
Botanists study all forms of plant life.
General practice surveyors are involved in the management, valuation, buying, selling and development of land and property.
Laboratory technicians support scientists and help carry out tests, research and investigations.
Biomedical scientists test samples from patients, to support doctors and healthcare professionals in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Emergency care assistants (ECA) drive ambulances under emergency conditions and support paramedics.