From fast-paced careers in finance management or high-powered positions consulting for other firms, Business and Finance occupations exist within a myriad of businesses, charities, or even in the Government. If you aspire to senior management roles, a career in this sector will grant you the transferable skills that can make that happen, at any organisation you may wish to work for. Not only will you have a structured path to follow and grow your career further in the years to come, but you’re also likely to receive a high salary for your responsibilities. Check out Business and Finance roles down below!
Accounting technicians handle day-to-day financial matters in all types of businesses.
Actuaries work with companies and government departments, to help them forecast long-term financial costs and investment risks.
Internal and external auditors check organisations' financial records and procedures to make sure they are accurate and efficient.
Bank managers oversee the day-to-day operations of their branch, supervise staff and work to attract new customers.
Banking customer service advisers provide a face-to-face service in banks and building societies.
Bookkeepers keep financial records up to date and help prepare accounts.
Business advisers give advice and support to new business start-ups and help established businesses to grow.
Business development managers find new customers, and persuade existing ones to buy extra services.
Business project managers plan and organise people, tasks and resources to complete a project on time and within budget.
Chief executives lead their organisation and put plans and policies into place to help it be successful.
Company secretaries make sure that directors follow company law and financial regulations.
Credit controllers help firms get the money they are owed from businesses and individuals.
Credit managers control the amount of finance offered by their company and manage the debts owed to it.
Digital marketers promote brands, products and services through social media, websites and apps.
Economists advise government departments, businesses, banks and other organisations about the economy.
Finance officers help to manage the finances of an organisation by keeping track of its income and controlling its spending.
Financial advisers help people and organisations to choose investments, savings, pensions, mortgages and insurance products.
Financial services customer advisers work in contact centres for banks, insurance, investment and credit companies.
Human resources (HR) managers develop, put into place and manage HR policies and plans.
Insurance account managers develop business accounts and increase sales of their company's insurance products.
Insurance brokers use their knowledge of the insurance market to help find the right cover, at the best price, for their customers.
Insurance claims handlers help people who are making claims on their insurance policies.
Insurance loss adjusters investigate large or complicated claims for insurance companies.
Insurance risk surveyors carry out surveys of items that need to be insured.
Insurance technicians give administrative support in all types of insurance work.
Insurance underwriters decide whether to insure a person or company, and set out the details of insurance policies.
Investment analysts help stock market traders, stockbrokers and fund managers make decisions about investments.
Revenues and benefits officers work for local councils and deal with housing benefits, rents, council tax and business rates.
Management accountants look after a company's finances and find ways to improve profitability.
Marketing managers plan how to promote products, services or brands and oversee all marketing activity.
Money advisers help people whose debts have become too large or difficult for them to handle.
Mortgage advisers help people find, and apply for mortgages.
Payroll administrators make sure employees get paid the right amount on the right date.
Payroll managers manage the payroll department within an organisation.
Pensions administrators handle the day-to-day running of pension schemes and life insurance policies.
Pensions advisers help people to plan for financial security in retirement.
Private practice accountants help people and businesses manage their money effectively.
Public finance accountants make sure money is spent properly in public sector organisations.
School business managers oversee the efficient day-to-day running of a school and support the headteacher and leadership team.
Stockbrokers manage their clients' investments by trading stocks, shares and other financial products to get the best return.
Tax advisers help clients plan their finances to make sure they're paying the right amount of tax.
Tax inspectors make sure the correct amount of tax is paid and investigate cases of fraud.
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