Web editors research, write and manage an organisation’s online content, including text, images, video and other media.
Web content managers are responsible for the information that goes on a company's website.
Web developers design, build and maintain websites and website applications.
Web designers use their creative and technical skills to design new websites and redesign existing ones.
Call centre operators answer enquiries from customers by telephone, email, web chat, text and post.
Art directors design the visual side of advertising campaigns for all kinds of media including film, TV, web or print.
Digital marketing officers promote brands, products and services through social media, websites and apps.
Copy editors check text before it's published in books, journals and websites.
Indexers build up lists of searchable terms for things like books, magazines, reports, websites and photographic collections.
Sub-editors check written content before it’s published in newspapers, magazines and on websites.
Graphic designers create visual branding, adverts, brochures, magazines, website designs, product packaging and displays.
Database administrators (DBAs) plan and build computer systems, and make sure they’re secure and working properly.
E-learning developers develop courses that can be studied on a computer network or online.
Product designers create new products and improve existing ones.
Online tutors support students who are studying courses over the internet.
Social media managers communicate with organisations’ customers and clients through social media channels.
Upholsterers pad and cover, or re-cover, furniture with materials like leather, suede or cotton.
Ceramics designer-makers design and create products made from clay.
Sports commentators describe what’s happening at sporting events to listeners and viewers and offer their opinions.
Radio broadcast assistants help make sure that live and recorded radio programmes run smoothly.