A to Z List of Jobs UK

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See the ultimate and latest A to Z List Of Jobs UK (united kingdom).

  • Actors, entertainers and presenters
  • Actuaries, economists and statisticians
  • Advertising accounts managers and creative directors
  • Advertising and Public Relations Directors
  • Agricultural and fishing trades
  • Agricultural machinery drivers
  • Air traffic controllers
  • Air transport operatives
  • Air travel assistants
  • Air-conditioning and refrigeration engineers
  • Aircraft maintenance and related trades
  • Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
  • Ambulance staff (excluding paramedics)
  • Animal care services occupations n.e.c.
  • Architects
  • Architectural and town planning technicians
  • Archivists and curators
  • Artists
  • Arts officers, producers and directors
  • Assemblers (electrical and electronic products)
  • Assemblers (vehicles and metal goods)
  • Assemblers and routine operatives
  • Authors, Writers and Translators
  • Bakers and flour confectioners
  • Bank and post office clerks
  • Bar staff
  • Barristers and judges
  • Beauticians and related occupations
  • Biological scientists and biochemists
  • Boat and ship builders and repairers
  • Book-keepers, payroll managers and wages clerks
  • Bricklayers and masons
  • Brokers
  • Building and civil engineering technicians
  • Bus and coach drivers
  • Business and financial project management professionals
  • Business and related associate professionals
  • Business and related research professionals
  • Business sales executives
  • Business, research and administrative professionals
  • Butchers
  • Buyers and procurement officers
  • Call and contact center occupations
  • Care escorts
  • Care workers and home careers.
  • Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists
  • Caretakers
  • Carpenters and joiners
  • Catering and bar managers
  • Chartered and certified accountants.
A To Z List Of Jobs Uk

A to Z List of Jobs in United Kingdom

  1. Chartered architectural technologists
  2. Chartered surveyors
  3. Chefs
  4. Chemical and related process operatives
  5. Chemical Scientists
  6. Chief Executives and senior officials
  7. Child and early years officers
  8. Childminders and related occupations
  9. Civil engineers
  10. Cleaners and domestics
  11. Cleaning and housekeeping managers and supervisors
  12. Clergy
  13. Coal mine operatives
  14. Collector salespersons and credit agents
  15. Communication operators
  16. Company secretaries
  17. Conference and exhibition managers and organisers
  18. Conservation and environmental associate professionals
  19. Conservation professionals
  20. Construction and building trades
  21. Construction and building trades supervisors
  22. Construction operatives
  23. Construction project managers and related professionals
  24. Cooks
  25. Counsellors
  26. Crane drivers
  27. Credit controllers
  28. Customer service managers and supervisors
  29. Customer service occupations
  30. Dancers and choreographers
  31. Debt, rent and other cash collectors
  32. Dental nurses
  33. Dental practitioners
  34. Design and development engineers
  35. Dispensing opticians
  36. Draughtspersons
  37. Driving instructors
  38. Education advisers and school inspectors
  39. Educational support assistants
  40. Elected officers and representatives
  41. Electrical and electronic trades
  42. Electrical and electronics technicians
  43. Electrical Engineer
  44. Electricians and electrical fitters
  45. Electronics engineers
  46. Electroplaters
  47. Elementary administration occupations
  48. Elementary cleaning occupations
  49. Elementary construction occupations
  50. Elementary process plant occupations
  51. Elementary sales occupations
  52. Elementary security occupations
  53. Elementary storage occupations
  54. Energy plant operatives
  55. Engineering professionals
  56. Engineering technicians
  57. Environment professionals
  58. Environmental health professionals
  59. Estate agents and auctioneers
  60. Estimators, valuers and assessors
  61. Farm workers
  62. Farmers
  63. Finance and investment analysts and advisers
  64. Finance officers
  65. Financial accounts managers
  66. Financial administrative occupations
  67. Financial and accounting technicians
  68. Financial Institution Managers and Directors
  69. Financial Managers and Directors
  70. Fire service officers (watch manager and below)
  71. Fishing and other elementary agriculture occupations
  72. Fishmongers and poultry dressers
  73. Fitness instructors
  74. Floorers and wall tilers
  75. Florists
  76. Food, drink and tobacco process operatives
  77. Footwear and leather working trades
  78. Forestry workers
  79. Fork-lift truck drivers
  80. Functional Managers And Directors
  81. Furniture makers and other craft woodworkers
  82. Further education teaching professionals
  83. Garage managers and proprietors
  84. Gardeners and landscape gardeners
  85. Glass and ceramics makers, decorators and finishers
  86. Glass and ceramics process operatives
  87. Glaziers, window fabricators and fitters
  88. Graphic Designer
  89. Groundsmen and greenkeepers
  90. Hairdressers and barbers
  91. Hairdressing and beauty salon managers and proprietors
  92. Health and safety officers
  93. Health associate professionals
  94. Health care practice managers
  95. Health professionals
  96. Health Services and Public Health Managers and Directors
  97. Higher education teaching professionals
  98. Horticultural trades
  99. Hospital porters
  100. Hotel and accommodation managers and proprietors
  101. Housekeepers and related occupations
  102. Houseparents and residential wardens
  103. Housing officers
  104. Human Resource Managers And Directors
  105. Human resources administrative occupations
  106. Human resources and industrial relations officers
  107. Importers and exporters
  108. Industrial cleaning process occupations
  109. Information Technology and Telecommunications Directors
  110. Information technology and telecommunications professionals
  111. Inspectors of standards and regulations
  112. Insurance underwriters
  113. IT business analysts, architects and systems designers
  114. IT engineers
  115. IT operations technicians
  116. IT Project and Programme Managers
  117. IT specialist managers
  118. IT user support technicians
  119. Journalists, newspaper and periodical editors
  120. Kitchen and catering assistants
  121. Laboratory technicians
  122. Large goods vehicle drivers
  123. Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers
  124. Legal associate professionals
  125. Legal professionals
  126. Legal secretaries
  127. Leisure and sports managers
  128. Leisure and theme park attendants
  129. Leisure and travel service occupations
  130. Librarians
  131. Library clerks and assistants
  132. Local government administrative occupations
  133. Management consultants and business analysts
  134. Managers and directors in retail and wholesale
  135. Managers and Directors in Storage and Warehousing
  136. Managers and Directors in Transport and Distribution
  137. Managers and proprietors in agriculture and horticulture
  138. Managers and proprietors in forestry, fishing and related services
  139. Managers and proprietors in other services
  140. Marine and waterways transport operatives
  141. Market and street traders and assistants
  142. Market research interviewers
  143. Marketing and Sales Directors
  144. Marketing Professionals
  145. Mechanical engineers
  146. Medical and dental technicians
  147. Medical practitioners
  148. Medical radiographers
  149. Medical secretaries
  150. Merchandisers and window dressers
  151. Metal machining setters and setter-operators
  152. Metal making and treating process operatives
  153. Metal plate workers, and riveters
  154. Metal working machine operatives
  155. Metal working production and maintenance fitters
  156. Midwives
  157. Mobile machine drivers and operatives
  158. Moulders, core makers and die casters
  159. Musicians
  160. National government administrative occupations
  161. Natural and social science professionals
  162. NCOs and other military ranks
  163. Nursery nurses and assistants
  164. Nurses
  165. Nursing auxiliaries and assistants
  166. Occupational therapists
  167. Office managers
  168. Office supervisors
  169. Officers in Armed Forces
  170. Officers in Fire, Ambulance, Prison and Related Services
  171. Officers of non-governmental organisations
  172. Ophthalmic opticians
  173. Other administrative occupations
  174. Other drivers and transport operatives
  175. Other elementary services occupations
  176. Other skilled trades
  177. Packers, bottlers, canners and fillers
  178. Painters and decorators
  179. Paper and wood machine operatives
  180. Paramedics
  181. Parking and civil enforcement occupations
  182. Pensions and insurance clerks and assistants
  183. Personal assistants and other secretaries
  184. Pest control officers
  185. Pharmaceutical technicians
  186. Pharmacists
  187. Pharmacy and other dispensing assistants
  188. Photographers, audio-visual and broadcasting equipment operators
  189. Physical scientists
  190. Physiotherapists
  191. Pipe fitters
  192. Planning, process and production technicians
  193. Plant and machine operatives
  194. Plasterers
  195. Plastics process operatives
  196. Playworker
  197. Plumbers and heating and ventilating engineers
  198. Podiatrists
  199. Police community support officers
  200. Police officers (sergeant and below)
  201. Postal workers, mail sorters, messengers and couriers
  202. Precision instrument makers and repairers
  203. Pre-press technicians
  204. Primary and Nursery Teachers
  205. Print finishing and binding workers
  206. Printers
  207. Printing machine assistants
  208. Prison service officers (below principal officer)
  209. Probation officers
  210. Process operatives
  211. Product, clothing and related designers
  212. Production and process engineers
  213. Production Managers and Directors In Construction
  214. Production Managers and Directors in Manufacturing
  215. Production Managers and Directors in Mining and Energy
  216. Programmers and software development professionals
  217. Property, housing and estate managers
  218. Protective service associate professionals
  219. Psychologists
  220. Public relations professionals
  221. Public services associate professionals
  222. Publicans and managers of licensed premises
  223. Purchasing Managers and Directors
  224. Quality assurance and regulatory professionals
  225. Quality assurance technicians
  226. Quality control and planning engineers
  227. Quantity surveyors
  228. Quarry workers and related operatives
  229. Rail and rolling stock builders and repairers
  230. Rail construction and maintenance operatives
  231. Rail transport operatives
  232. Rail travel assistants
  233. Receptionists
  234. Records clerks and assistants
  235. Refuse and salvage occupations
  236. Research and development managers
  237. Residential, day and domiciliary care managers and proprietors
  238. Restaurant and catering establishment managers and proprietors
  239. Retail cashiers and check-out operators
  240. Road construction operatives
  241. Roofers, roof tilers and slaters
  242. Roundspersons and van salespersons
  243. Routine inspectors and testers
  244. Rubber process operatives
  245. Sales accounts and business development managers
  246. Sales administrators
  247. Sales and retail assistants
  248. Sales related occupations
  249. Sales supervisors
  250. Scaffolders, stagers and riggers
  251. School midday and crossing patrol occupations
  252. School secretaries
  253. Science, engineering and production technicians
  254. Secondary education teaching professionals
  255. Security guards and related occupations
  256. Senior care workers
  257. Senior Police Officers
  258. Senior professionals of educational establishments
  259. Sewing machinists
  260. Sheet metal workers
  261. Shelf fillers
  262. Ship and hovercraft officers
  263. Shopkeepers and proprietors – wholesale and retail
  264. Skilled metal, electrical and electronic trades supervisors
  265. Smiths and forge workers
  266. Social and humanities scientists
  267. Social services managers and directors
  268. Social workers
  269. Solicitors
  270. Special needs education teaching professionals
  271. Speech and language therapists
  272. Sports and leisure assistants
  273. Sports coaches, instructors and officials
  274. Sports players
  275. Steel erectors
  276. Stock control clerks and assistants
  277. Street cleaners
  278. Tailors and dressmakers
  279. Taxation experts
  280. Taxi and cab drivers and chauffeurs
  281. Teaching and other educational professionals
  282. Teaching assistants
  283. Telecommunications engineers
  284. Telephone salespersons
  285. Telephonists
  286. Textile process operatives
  287. Textiles, garments and related trades
  288. Therapy professionals
  289. Tool makers, tool fitters and markers-out
  290. Town planning officers
  291. Train and tram drivers
  292. Transport and distribution clerks and assistants
  293. Travel agency managers and proprietors
  294. Travel agents
  295. TV, video and audio engineers
  296. Typists and related keyboard occupations
  297. Tyre, exhaust and windscreen fitters
  298. Undertakers, mortuary and crematorium assistants
  299. Upholsterers
  300. Van drivers
  301. Vehicle and parts salespersons and advisers
  302. Vehicle body builders and repairers
  303. Vehicle paint technicians
  304. Vehicle technicians, mechanics and electricians
  305. Vehicle valeters and cleaners
  306. Veterinarians
  307. Veterinary nurses
  308. Vocational and industrial trainers and instructors
  309. Waiters and waitresses
  310. Waste disposal and environmental services managers
  311. Water and sewerage plant operatives
  312. Weavers and knitters
  313. Web designers and developers
  314. Weighers, graders and sorters
  315. Welding trades
  316. Welfare and housing associate professionals
  317. Welfare professionals
  318. Window cleaners
  319. Youth and community workers

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