CAREER OF THE WEEK: ARBORICULTURALIST

CAREER OF THE WEEK: ARBORICULTURALIST

Arboriculturists cultivate and manage trees, hedgerows and shrubs. The work is undertaken in both rural and urban settings and includes all aspects of felling, preserving, planting and protecting trees, sometimes using heavy equipment. Arboriculturists usually specialise in a particular area of work, such as tree climbing and maintenance, tree preservation and conservation, parks and gardens, … Continue reading »
CAREER OF THE WEEK: BUILDING SURVEYOR

CAREER OF THE WEEK: BUILDING SURVEYOR

If you are interested in buildings and like the idea of a varied job where expert advice is key, this could be perfect for you. Building surveyors provide professional advice on property and construction, which spans across residential, commercial, industrial, leisure and agriculture projects. The nature of the work may range from the design of … Continue reading »
CAREER OF THE WEEK: NUTRITIONIST

CAREER OF THE WEEK: NUTRITIONIST

If you are interested in healthy eating and want to help improve people’s wellbeing, this job could be perfect for you. Nutritionists work with individuals using their specialist knowledge to conduct a holistic assessment of a client’s nutritional requirements and then suggest specific changes to their diet in an attempt to prevent or alleviate illness … Continue reading »
CAREER OF THE WEEK: RADIOGRAPHER

CAREER OF THE WEEK: RADIOGRAPHER

If you enjoy technology and science, and you can work quickly and accurately, this could be an ideal job for you. There are two types of Radiography – diagnostic and therapeutic. Diagnostic Radiographer Diagnostic radiographers work mainly within the radiology and imaging departments of hospitals but may also work in surgeries/clinics. X-rays and ultrasound are … Continue reading »
CAREER OF THE WEEK: CHOCOLATIER

CAREER OF THE WEEK: CHOCOLATIER

Mmmm Chocolate! This career will appeal to those who are creative and like to make beautiful looking and tasting treats. A lot of skill is involved in the chocolate making process but also in the design, manufacturing and marketing of the chocolate. Some chocolatiers will work for large Chocolate Houses and some will independently produce … Continue reading »