Subject Choice Results

The results below are based on the subjects you picked on 27/05/2022.

Your subjects: Art and Design. Computing Science. Science.

Qualification Level chosen: No qualifications required

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18 Job profiles from subject match (and 47 Job profiles with no match)

(1 subject) Science. (14 Job profiles)

Ambulance Care Assistant

Ambulance care assistants work as part of a team providing care and safe transport for patients in non-emergency situations on the Patient Transport Service (PTS). They collect and drop off patients attending outpatient clinics and day care units.

Animal Care Assistant

Animal care assistants look after the animals in their care by making sure they are kept clean, comfortable, exercised and fed. They look after animals such as cats, dogs, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs or birds.

They are also known as animal boarding assistants or kennel or cattery workers.

Body Piercer

Body piercers use needles to make puncture holes or incisions to the skin on different parts of their client’s body. They then insert metal, acrylic or glass jewellery as a decoration. The most common part to pierce is the ear lobe, but body piercers also pierce ear cartilage, noses, eyebrows, lips, tongues and other body parts.

Brewery Worker

A brewery worker is involved in part of, or all of the beer making process. This includes getting the equipment and ingredients ready, as well as working in the bottling and labelling of the finished product.

Distillery Worker

A distillery worker carries out various tasks involved in the production process of a variety of spirits, such as malting, mashing and packaging. Depending on the size of the distillery, the different stages can be automated or done by hand.

Dry Cleaning or Laundry Worker

A dry cleaning or laundry worker uses chemicals and equipment such as a steam press, washing machine or a dry cleaning machine to clean clothes and other items.


Embalmers prepare bodies to ensure they are preserved and presentable until they are buried or cremated.

Fish Farm Worker

Fish farm workers help to breed and rear fish in ponds, tanks, cages or nets in the water. Most fish such as salmon, trout or shellfish are farmed for food, but some are bred for angling or for ornamental ponds. They are also called fish husbandry workers or fish farm technicians.

Forest Worker

Forest workers do a range of practical work to help develop, maintain and protect forests. They plant, trim, thin and fell trees and protect them from pests, diseases and harmful wildlife. Within Forestry and Land Scotland they are also called forest craftsperson or specific titles such as harvester or tractor driver.


Groundspeople look after sports and recreation grounds, including football, rugby and cricket pitches, tennis courts, golf courses and bowling greens. They keep the soil, grass and turf in good condition. They are also known as greenkeepers or sportsturf managers.

Pest Control Technician

Pest control technicians get rid of pests that are a danger to health or that damage crops or food.

They deal with insects such as fleas, lice, wasps, cockroaches and beetles. They also deal with animals and birds such as mice, rats, grey squirrels, moles, pigeons and seagulls.

Pharmacy Assistant

Pharmacy assistants work either in a community or retail pharmacy or in a hospital or clinical pharmacy.


Phlebotomists are clinical support workers who take blood samples from patients, usually in a hospital or clinic setting. They send the samples to a laboratory which are used to help in the diagnosis of illness.

Physiotherapy Support Worker

Physiotherapy support workers help physiotherapists treat patients with physical problems caused by illness, injury, age or disability. Physiotherapists use movement, exercise and technology to help maximise patients’ movements.

(1 subject) Art and Design. (4 Job profiles)

Photographic Technician

Photographic technicians process images for output either as photographic prints or on other media, such as posters, banners or t-shirts. In large companies photographic technicians usually specialise in film processing (developing and printing the film), digital scanning and manipulation of images, or print finishing (laminating and mounting the prints for display).

Picture Framer

Picture framers frame paintings, prints, photographs, certificates, textiles and collages to protect them from dirt and damage. They also frame 3D items such as dried flower arrangements, medals, sports trophies and museum pieces.


Signwriters (or signmakers) design and make signs and write the lettering for them. They may also install them on the fronts of shops, offices, restaurants, pubs, hotels, on the sides of vehicles and by the sides of roads.

Most signs are now designed on computer and made by machine. There is less demand for traditional hand painted signs.


Tattooists, or body artists, decorate the skin of their clients with permanent designs – either words or pictures or a combination of both. They create the tattoos using electronic needles which pierce and inject ink under the skin.

47 Job profiles without Subjects from Level : No qualifications required

Bill Poster or Advertising Installer (Level : No qualifications required )

Bill posters or advertising installers fix adverts or posters on to billboards, hoardings and mounted display units as well as digital displays and smaller adverts in public places.

Bus or Coach Driver (Level : No qualifications required )

Bus and coach drivers pick up passengers and drop them off at bus stops along a set route. Some drivers will take passengers directly from one destination to another. They drive short distances in towns and cities, longer distances on intercity or country routes and may take passengers abroad if they work for holiday companies.

Car Valet (Level : No qualifications required )

A car valet, also known as valeter, cleans the inside and outside of cars. It takes a few hours to give a car a full valet.

Caretaker (Level : No qualifications required )

A caretaker is responsible for security, cleaning, maintenance and communications in a building or group of buildings, such as an office block, a village hall, a shopping mall, a hospital, a church or a block of flats.

Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner (Level : No qualifications required )

A carpet and upholstery cleaner cleans carpets, chairs, sofas and other soft furnishings in offices, shops and private homes.

CCTV Operator (Level : No qualifications required )

A CCTV (closed circuit television) operator works in a central control room, monitoring and controlling a bank of screens. These are linked to surveillance cameras placed in public places, buildings and places such as construction sites, to detect and prevent crime, and protect people.

Cemetery Worker (Level : No qualifications required )

A cemetery worker digs graves and is also responsible for the general maintenance of the cemetery grounds. Different local authorities may have different job titles.

Cinema or Theatre Assistant (Level : No qualifications required )

Cinema or theatre attendants, also known as ushers, work in the foyer and auditorium of a cinema or theatre. They sell tickets and refreshments, control access to the theatre and auditoriums, show people to their seats and clean the cinema or theatre.

Cleaner (Level : No qualifications required )

A cleaner does cleaning and general housework duties, usually inside a building, although some clean inside buses, trains or aeroplanes. You usually specialise in cleaning a particular type of place such as a domestic cleaner in a private home, an industrial cleaner in an office or public place, or a hospital cleaner.

Courier (Level : No qualifications required )

Couriers collect items such as letters, packages and parcels for a customer and deliver them to their destination. They may deal with items that are urgent or confidential or deliver items from online shopping companies or, more increasingly, food delivery services. They are sometimes called multi drop drivers.

Crematorium Technician (Level : No qualifications required )

A crematorium technician carries out all the practical duties involved with cremation.

Delivery Assistant (Level : No qualifications required )

Delivery assistants travel with van drivers delivering a wide range of goods. They help the driver to load and unload goods from the van. They are sometimes called driver's assistants or driver's mates.

Delivery Driver (Level : No qualifications required )

A delivery driver drives a van or light truck (a medium sized goods vehicle up to 7.5 tonnes in weight), delivering goods such as furniture, groceries or office equipment, from one place to another. They are sometimes called van drivers. The transportation of valuables or cash involves the use of a different type of vehicle (see the Security Officer or Guard job profile).

Dog Groomer (Level : No qualifications required )

Dog groomers maintain the condition of dogs' coats by regular trimming, clipping and grooming. They also give advice to dog owners on diet, grooming and the general care of dogs' coats.

Driving Instructor (Level : No qualifications required )

Driving instructors teach learner drivers how to drive well enough to pass their driving test. They prepare learners for both the theory test and the on-road practical driving test. They are also called Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs).

Fashion Model (Level : No qualifications required )

A fashion model displays clothes, hairstyles and other fashion accessories to buyers, customers and the media. You might model these items at fashion shows, or at photoshoots for magazines, catalogues or advertising campaigns.

Flight Dispatcher (Level : No qualifications required )

Flight dispatchers co-ordinate all activities on the ground at an airport to ensure the safe, quick and efficient turnaround of aircraft from when they land to the time they depart. They are also known as turn around co-ordinators (TCOs) or load controllers.

Forklift Truck Operator (Level : No qualifications required )

A forklift truck operator uses a forklift truck to load, unload, move and stack heavy goods which are stored on wooden trays or pallets or in wire cages, or to move materials around construction sites.

Glazing Technician (Level : No qualifications required )

A glazing technician repairs or replaces windscreens, as well as rear and side windows on a range of vehicles. Technicians are usually mobile, but may be based in a garage or specialist centre. They are also known as windscreen technicians.

Hospital Porter (Level : No qualifications required )

Hospital porters carry out many important duties around a hospital, such as taking patients to different departments, or moving equipment around the hospital. They may belong to a particular department or they may be part of a ‘pool’ of porters for the whole hospital or nursing home.

Lorry or LGV Driver (Level : No qualifications required )

Lorry or Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) drivers collect, transport and deliver goods throughout the UK and abroad. LGVs carry a wide variety of goods including some that are dangerous, such as chemicals or nuclear waste.

Meter Reader (Level : No qualifications required )

Meter readers visit all kinds of premises, including homes, offices, shops and factories, to collect information (readings) from electricity, gas, and in England and Wales, water meters.

Motorcycle Instructor (Level : No qualifications required )

Motorcycle instructors teach people how to ride safely on motorcycles and prepare them for both practical on-road riding and theory tests to get their licence. 

Packer (Level : No qualifications required )

A packer packs goods by hand or using machines, often on a production line, to prevent damage to goods and products during transport and delivery.

Parking Attendant or Traffic Warden (Level : No qualifications required )

Parking attendants, which were previously called traffic wardens, make sure that traffic, motoring and parking rules are followed. They patrol the streets, or car parks, to check on parked vehicles.

Port Operative (Level : No qualifications required )

Port operatives are based in small or large ports and harbours and carry out a range of tasks involving handling cargo, passengers or marine craft. This can involve operating equipment and driving vehicles.

Postman or Postwoman (Level : No qualifications required )

Postmen or postwomen collect, sort and deliver mail to private homes, shops and business premises within a particular area. They are sometimes called postal workers.

Production Worker (Level : No qualifications required )

A production worker is involved in the manufacture and packaging of goods such as food and drink products or pharmaceuticals.

Railway Station Assistant (Level : No qualifications required )

Railway station assistants carry out a range of duties on the platform and more generally around the station. These may include dealing with passengers, checking tickets, shunting wagons, loading, unloading and moving luggage and parcels or sweeping the platforms. Specific job titles include gateline assistant, ticket examiner and customer service assistant.

Ramp Agent (Level : No qualifications required )

Ramp agents load, unload and move baggage and cargo around an airport, both landside and airside (before and after the security boundary). They also carry out inspections, hazard checks and operate equipment such as stairs and bridges.

Recycling Operative (Level : No qualifications required )

Recycling operatives work in recycling centres and sort glass, paper, cardboard, plastics, metals and textiles for saving and making into new products.

Refuse Collector (Level : No qualifications required )

Refuse collectors work in a team made up of several loaders and a driver. They collect rubbish and put it in a refuse lorry to take to a recycling centre, tip or incinerator.

Removals Operative (Level : No qualifications required )

Removals operatives, sometimes called furniture removers, move the contents of homes and offices, including furniture and personal belongings, from one location to another.

Reprographic Assistant (Level : No qualifications required )

A reprographic assistant makes bulk copies of printed material, for example, leaflets, posters, brochures or documents. They do this by setting up and using photocopying or offset litho printing machines.

Riding Instructor (Level : No qualifications required )

Riding instructors teach people to ride horses. They work with a wide variety of people, including children, people with learning support needs and people with disabilities.

Security Officer or Guard (Level : No qualifications required )

Security officers or guards protect people, property, goods and money from theft and damage. They must be ready to deal with intruders and emergency situations. You could work in a range of organisations, with your role varying depending on the type of industry you work in. All security work has an element of risk.

Stablehand or Groom (Level : No qualifications required )

Stablehands or grooms work in stables and look after horses, keeping them clean, comfortable, fed, exercised and groomed. They may take special care of foals.

Store Detective (Level : No qualifications required )

Store detectives prevent and detect theft in retail stores.

Street Cleaning Operative (Level : No qualifications required )

Street cleaning operatives clean pavements, roads and other public areas in towns and cities. They use special cleaning vehicles and machines, or sometimes brushes and shovels.

Supermarket Assistant (Level : No qualifications required )

A supermarket assistant replenishes stock on supermarket shelves and helps customers find items they are looking for. Job titles vary between employers, from customer assistant to department colleague.

Taxi or Car Driver (Level : No qualifications required )

Taxi or car drivers take people and their luggage to their destination. They may be hired for individual journeys or provide regular services to the same client or customer. They may also be called chauffeurs or minicab drivers.

Train Conductor (Level : No qualifications required )

Train conductors look after passengers and equipment on board a train. They check that everyone has a valid ticket and sell tickets to those who don't. They are also known as train managers.

Train Driver (Level : No qualifications required )

A train driver drives the engine of a passenger or goods train. The engine may be diesel, electric or diesel-electric.

Vehicle Salesperson (Level : No qualifications required )

A vehicle salesperson sells new cars and buys and sells second hand cars, motorcycles and vans.

Warehouse Operative (Level : No qualifications required )

Warehouse operatives look after goods in a stockroom or warehouse. They receive, store and send out the goods, making sure that there are no missing or damaged items. They may also be known as warehouse assistants.

Waterway Operative (Level : No qualifications required )

Waterway operatives maintain and operate locks on a canal or other inland waterway and look after the areas around the waterway. They operate the lock mechanism themselves or make sure that boat crews do so correctly and safely.

Window Cleaner (Level : No qualifications required )

A window cleaner cleans the windows and glass panels of houses, offices, factories, shops, hospitals, schools and other buildings.