Outlining your qualifications and any vocational courses you’ve completed on your CV can be very beneficial for your job search. These not only give the recruiter a better idea of your knowledge and skill set but show that you're willing to keep learning new things. But what is the best way to effectively showcase these on your CV?
Nursery/primary school teachers work with children between the ages of three and eleven, in state or independent schools. They facilitate children's social, personal, physical and emotional development, creativity, understanding of the world and language.
Portage workers provide a home-visiting service for pre-school children (under five years old) who have special educational needs, and their families. They work to a portage model which aims to develop play, communication, relationships and learning.
Bus conductors have a range of responsibilities, which include collecting fares, issuing tickets, helping passengers with baggage, advising on destinations and ensuring the safety of passengers.
Beauty consultants work in the cosmetics retail industry. They help customers to choose the right beauty products to make the most of their personal appearance and to suit their age, skin-type and lifestyle.
Checkout operators, or cashiers, operate tills at sales points in most large stores, recording and receiving payment for goods being purchased. They pass items over an electronic bar code reader, or key in prices manually.
A postmen and woman deal with the sorting and delivery of letters and small packets, working from a district sorting office. Are you a responsible individual who enjoys working alone, mostly outside? A career delivering post could be perfect for you.
Counter service assistants serve food to customers from a counter or bar. Snack bars, canteens, cafes, fast food outlets and self-service restaurants are usually counter service establishments. Learn how you can begin a career in this fast-paced industry.
Residential social workers, also known as residential support workers or care officers, provide support to vulnerable residents of care homes, children’s homes, hostels, adult and youth centres. They are in high demand - find out what it takes to become one.
Crematorium technicians work in crematoria and at cemeteries, and have a variety of responsibilities at each cremation. From start to finish, crematorium technicians ensure that each service runs in a smooth and dignified manner. Learn more about this unique role here.
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