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Finding a Specific Career-Useful Links

Finding a Specific Career - Useful links

Health and Social Care


  • Careers A-Z - take a look at some of the 350 careers available in the NHS and learn what is involved day-to-day
  • Career mapper quiz - find out which careers best suit you based on your skills and interests
  • Videos of NHS staff - watch videos of staff in the NHS

Specific career information:

Medlink has been helping students achieve their dream careers and get into medical school for thirty years now so have a look at what they offer and see how they can help you.

The Armed Forces

British Army

Army Roles linked to Science

There’s a huge variety of roles in the Army available to you if you have an interest in medicine, biology, chemistry and physics. From a Biomedical Scientist to an Ammunition Technician, an Environmental Health Practitioner to Pharmacy Technician, could the Army be the ideal employer for you?

In many of these roles, gaining a fully funded degree is part of the specialist training. To find out more about the roles which are available.  Click on this link.

Army Roles - Cyber Engineer

Cyber Engineers in the Army focus on one of three trades:

  • Information Services Engineers manage, configure and deploy a wide range of systems.
  • Network Engineers ensure frontline troops and commanders can communicate worldwide.
  • Infrastructure engineers are experts in building voice and data telecommunications networks. 

For more information, please click this link for further details.

Army Roles - IT and Computing

IT and Computing are essential for ensuring Army troops worldwide can stay connected on the battlefield, and technical information can be analysed and turned into meaningful intelligence.

If you are passionate about data, communication systems and cyber intelligence, a computing role in the Army could be good for you. From Operator, Technical Intelligence to Electronic Warfare & Signals Intelligence, please click on this link to discover the wide range of roles available.

Army Roles - other opportunities

In addition to the links above, there are a number of role-specific videos to introduce the themes of employability and the world of work which give an insight into what is involved in each role and the skills needed to succeed. Click this link to watch their full suite of videos.

The Royal Navy

A job in the Naval Service means adventure, camaraderie and lifelong prospects. Every day you make a difference. And no two days are the same. You could be policing the world's oceans, delivering humanitarian aid when natural or man-made disasters strike. Or you could be deployed in combat. No matter what job you do, you'll be a key part in operations around the world. Are you ready to go places? 

Click on this link to find out more about the Navy and this link for Royal Navy Role Finder.

The Royal Air Force

The Royal Air Force gives you opportunities you won’t find in any other career. The experience you gain with us will equip you to work at the top of your field, both in the UK and overseas.

Click on this link to find out more about the Royal Air Force and this link for Royal Air Force Role Finder.

The Fire Service

Looking for a career in the fire service, not all lifesavers wear uniforms. From specialist support staff to education and fire prevention, enforcing regulations to answering 999 calls, we're a diverse, welcoming community – will you join us?  For more information please see the links below:


The Police Force

Life in the police - Being a police officer is varied and rewarding but also challenging, so there are some key qualities and skills you need to already have or be willing to develop in order to do the job well. Find out more about what’s involved in being a police officer by clicking the links below.

Explore your life on the job as a police officer, your experiences on their national programmes, and the support and development you’ll receive along the way:


If you are considering a career in teaching, you can really make a difference.  The links below will help you begin your journey into inspiring the next generation. 


  • Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales - There are a number of different routes to becoming an ICAEW Chartered Accountant. You can start your journey straight from school, while you're at university or after you have graduated. Find out which route is right for you. 
  • Accountancy Careers - Gain a real understanding of the accountancy profession with in-depth careers advice written in partnership with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and experts in the profession.  


There are many different areas open to you if you are considering a career in law. Below are links to two websites with a wealth of information to support you in this area:

Two publications offering careers advice and guidance to prospective lawyers and barristers.

The Law Society - The Law Society offers sound advice on how to become a solicitor and guides you through the career choices and paths you can follow.

The Lawyer Portal - The Lawyer Portal is a one stop resources website with lots of information about legal career, videos and event details. 

In addition to the websites highlighted below is a Guide to Law for 14 to 18 year olds.  Click on the image to access the guide:

Careers in Administration and Business

Business, Consulting and Management - Whether you've got aspirations to become a manager, forge a career in consultancy or find a fast-paced role in business management.  This link has a range of options and not all of them require a Degree from University.

Careers in Building and Construction

The websites below have lots of information and links to the huge range of career opportunities in the construction industry. Both are great resources for researching job ideas in the building and construction industry.

Careers in Computing and IT

Careers in the Creative Industries

Ever wondered what Creative Industries actually means? Want to know the careers available? Well here are some web links for you to look at!

Careers in Media, Journalism and Publishing

Careers in Engineering

Careers in Marketing, PR and Advertising

Careers in Politics

Careers in Maths and Science

Careers in Sport

  • Sport Based Careers - There are many career paths available in sport from presenting and playing to the media and law. This website offers plenty of advice and guidance on these roles and many more.
  • Careers in Sport -  Target Careers

Careers in Transport and Logistics

Careers in Hospitality and Catering