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Science and research | Explore careers
Posted: (2 days ago) Science and research. Acoustics consultant Acoustician, acoustics engineer. ... Robotics engineers design and build machines to do automated jobs in industries like manufacturing, aerospace and medicine. Scenes of crime officer SOCO, crime scene investigator, CSI officer.
Sports scientist | Explore careers
Posted: (3 days ago) Sports scientist Alternative titles for this job include Sports and exercise scientist. Sports scientists use knowledge of how the body works to help people improve their health or sporting ability.
Forensic scientist | Explore careers
Posted: (2 days ago) forensic science; a related subject like chemistry, biological science, physics or medical sciences; It may help to choose a university qualification accredited by The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences. Entry requirements. You'll usually need: 2 or 3 A levels, or equivalent, including chemistry; a degree in a relevant subject for ...
Healthcare science assistant | Explore careers
Posted: (2 days ago) Career path and progression With experience, you could apply for a senior post as a healthcare science associate. With a degree you could work towards becoming a healthcare scientist or biomedical scientist, or apply for the NHS Practitioner Training Programme. You could also train to become a cardiological technician, cardiographer, cervical cytology screener or phlebotomist.
Biomedical scientist | Explore careers
Posted: (3 days ago) You may be able to get into biomedical science as a trainee. You'll need at least 2 A level sciences or equivalent, like a Level 3 Diploma in Applied Science. Places are sponsored by employers, like the NHS, and are advertised as trainee biomedical scientist jobs. You'll study for an accredited degree while you work.
Clinical scientist | Explore careers
Posted: (2 days ago) biomedical science; medical physics; Once you have your degree, you can apply for the NHS Scientist Training Programme, which will qualify you to work as a clinical scientist. Entry requirements. You'll usually need: 5 GCSEs at grades 9 to 4 (A* to C), or equivalent, including English, maths and science
Laboratory technician | Explore careers
Posted: (3 days ago) You could take a college course, like a Level 2 Certificate or Level 3 Diploma in Applied Science to help improve your chances of finding work. Chemistry, Physics and Biology A levels are also useful. Entry requirements. You'll usually need: 2 or more GCSEs at grades 9 to 3 (A* to D), or equivalent, for a level 2 course
Healthcare | Explore careers
Posted: (1 days ago) Healthcare science assistant Assistant technical officer. Healthcare science assistants support healthcare professionals. Homeopath. Homeopaths believe that you can use homeopathic remedies to stimulate the body to heal itself. Hospital doctor. A hospital doctor diagnoses and treats illness and disease in patients admitted to hospital. Hospital ...
Scenes of crime officer | Explore careers
Posted: (2 days ago) You can do a degree in forensic science, or in a scientific subject like biological science or chemistry. Some courses are accredited by The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences. Entry requirements. You'll usually need: 2 to 3 A levels, or equivalent, for a degree; More information. equivalent entry requirements; student finance for fees and ...