1. Adult nurse:
Adult nurses provide care to, and support the recovery of, patients suffering from acute and long-term illnesses and diseases or those requiring surgery. They also promote good health and wellbeing through education. Adult nurses work mainly in hospitals.
2. Call centre manager:
Call centre managers ensure that calls are answered by staff within agreed time scales and in an appropriate manner.
The manager of a call centre is responsible for the daily running and management of a call centre through the effective use of resources with responsibility.
A banker helps individuals or businesses raise funds to purchase things, assist in the movement of money via payment mechanisms, and to provide ways to invest excess funds, such as savings accounts and bonds.
4. Academic librarian
Academic librarians provide support to members of an academic community including students, researchers and lecturing staff. They will often be responsible for a specific academic subject area or a particular function such as resource ordering, loans, special collections or ICT systems. A key aspect of their work is facilitating and supporting learning by teaching information retrieval skills to students and staff.
5. Graphic designer
Graphic designers produce design solutions to communicate client messages with high visual impact.
Graphic design solutions are required for a huge variety of products and activities, such as websites, computer games, advertising, books, magazines, posters... A graphic designer works to a brief agreed with the client or account manager.
6. Airline pilot
Airline pilots fly passengers and cargo on a national and international basis for business, leisure purposes, commercial... The aircraft is usually operated by two, three or four pilots.
Prior to the flight, pilots study flight plans and ensure that the aircraft's controls are operating efficiently.
7. Automotive engineer
Automotive engineers work in three main areas: designing and testing a part - engineering the attributes of the automobile - product engineering.
Automotive engineering includes mechanical, electronic, electrical, software and safety engineering as applied to the design, manufacture and operation of motorcycles, buses, automobiles and trucks and their respective engineering subsystems.