Expert job categories – who would benefit from expert centric software

Here are some expert job categories who might benefit from expert centric software:

 

 

CONSTRUCTION / BUILDINGS

Building surveyor
Construction manager
Estate agent
Facilities manager
Geographical information systems manager
Geomatics/land surveyor
Housing adviser
Site manager
Building control officer/surveyor
Building services engineer
Quantity surveyor

 

ENGINEERING

Aeronautical engineer
Civil engineer
Commissioning engineer
Communications engineer
Control and instrumentation engineer
Electrical engineer
Engineering geologist
Environmental manager
Exploration geologist
Health and safety adviser
Land-based engineer
Maintenance engineer
Manufacturing engineer
Materials engineer
Materials specialist
Mechanical engineer
Mining engineers
Petroleum engineer
Seismic interpreter
Site engineer
Software engineer
Structural engineer
Technical author
Technical sales engineer
Water engineer
Chemical (process) engineer

 

MONEY

Commodity broker
Corporate banker
Corporate treasurer
Credit analyst
Financial manager
Insurance broker
Insurance claims inspector
Insurance risk surveyor
Insurance underwriter
Investment analyst
Investment banker – corporate finance
Investment banker – operations
Investment banker
Investment fund manager
Pension scheme manager
Trader
Loss adjuster (chartered)

 

GOVERNMENT / LAW

Advocate (Scotland)
Armed forces officer
Arts administrator
Barrister
Clinical research associate
Customs and excise officer
Customs officer
Doctor (general practitioner, GP)
Doctor (hospital)
Economist
Education administrator
Energy conservation officer
Government lawyer
Government research officer
Health and safety inspector
Health service manager
Higher education administrator
Lecturer (adult education)
Lecturer (further education)
Lecturer (higher education)
Legal executive
Medical physicist
Museum education officer
Nutritional therapist
Nutritionist
Records manager
Recycling officer
Social researcher
Solicitor
Sports development officer
Tax inspector
Teacher (secondary)
Tourism officer
Town and country planner
Trade union research officer
Trading standards officer
Urban general practice surveyor
Waste disposal officer
Water conservation officer
Careers adviser (higher education)
Civil Service administrator
Licensed conveyancer
Local government administrator
Patent examiner
Regulatory affairs officer

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Information scientist
Information systems manager
Information technology/software trainers
IT consultant
IT technical support officer
Systems analyst
Systems designer/builder
Systems developer
Systems programmer

 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT

Media planner
Agricultural manager
Catering manager
Charities administrator
Logistics/distribution manager
Management consultant
Personnel officer
Planning technician
Project manager
Quality assurance manager
Recruitment consultant
Fisheries officer
Fitness centre manager
Leisure centre manager
 

RESEARCH

Market research executive
Marketing account manager
Marketing executive
Restaurant manager
Retail buyer
Retail manager
Sales executive

 

SCIENCE

Animal nutritionist
Biomedical scientist
Field trials officer
Food scientist
Food technologist
Forensic scientist
Immunologist
Meteorologist
Soil scientist
Toxicologist
Advertising account planner
Biomedical engineer
Oceanographer
Operational researcher
Product development scientist
Programme researcher
Research scientist

 

TRAVEL AND TRANSPORT

Courier/tour guide
Exhibition organiser
Hotel manager
Tour/holiday representative
Transportation planner
Travel agent

 

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