Careers Advisers will work in schools, colleges, universities and other organisations to provide individuals with advice that will help them make a decision about their future career. They will assess their abilities, interests and achievements and find work and learning opportunities that are suited to their needs. They may create an action plan to help the individual to achieve their goals.
You could take a higher education qualification in careers guidance or entry could be through work based training.
Good listening and questioning skills, the ability to motivate, inspire and encourage individuals, good research skills for finding potential opportunities, the ability to work well under pressure and to time lines, good IT skills with the ability to write reports and keep records, good organisational and time management skills.
£18,000 to £19,000