Care Managers are responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day running of residential care homes. From budgeting to ensuring National Care Standards are met.
Early Years Teachers help nurture children aged between 3-5 years in their development of basic learning, social and communication skills.
Head Teachers help create an inspiring learning environment to ensure staff and students prosper, according to national and local education policies.
Higher Education (HE) Lecturers teach university students, subjects from their undergraduate and postgraduate courses. They also carry out research in their subject area, to keep up-to-date with the most recent insights.
Human Resources (HR) Business Partners work alongside managers to effectively manage their workforce and develop a HR agenda that supports business aims.
Human Resources (HR) Consultants ensure that an organisation’s human capital serves the best interests of the company and vice-versa.
IT Project Managers are essential in managing the implementation of an IT project.
Occupational Therapists helps adults and children overcome mental, physical and social disabilities, to lead full and independent lives with more confidence.
Paramedics provide medical care and diagnoses to people who have been involved in accidents or emergencies, who need the attention immediately.
Primary School Teachers focus on developing pupils aged between 5-11 years teaching subjects covered by the Primary national curriculum.
Secondary School Teachers each national curriculum subjects to pupils aged between 11 and 18.
TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. As a TEFL Teacher you would teach adults and children whose first or main language is not English.