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An actor communicates a character and situations to an audience through speech, body language and movement. This usually involves interpreting the work of a writer under the instruction and support of a director, although some work may require the actor to improvise the reactions of a character to a situation.
Work varies enormously: from live stage performances of the classics and community theatre, to soap operas, radio work and film parts. An actor's role may also involve education, training or therapy, as **ll as entertainment.
An acting career inevitably incorporates periods of unemployment, underemployment and alternative employment.
» Typical work activities
Work activities vary from actor to actor and even for the same actor, depending on the contract. Ho**ver, activities include varying combinations of the following:
job seeking and networking;
attending meetings with an agent;
preparing for and attending auditions;
learning lines and rehearsing;
researching reading material or undertaking activities to **** prepare for a part;
discussing interpretation and ****very with other members of the company and the director;
performing for a live audience;
performing in a studio or 'on location' for film, television, internet and radio broadcast;
doing voice-overs for advertisements or recording 'talking books' for CDs;
managing the performance area, costumes and props;
undertaking activities associated with touring, such as driving a van, 'get-ins' and 'get-outs' at theatres (i.e. setting up and dismantling the performance area), liaising with venue managers and accommodation providers, keeping records for company managers;
working as a walk-on or extra for television or film.
It is essential to realise that, on average, actors spend about 80% of their working life 'resting' (i.e. not employed as an actor), so it is important to have other ways of being occupied and generating an income.
An architect works in the construction industry designing new buildings and the spaces around them, working closely with users, clients and officials to make sure that projected designs match the needs of these groups.
Architects work on new buildings, develop groups of buildings in area regeneration projects, design alterations to existing buildings, and advise on the restoration and conservation of old properties.
On every project, architects work closely with other professionals, including engineers and surveyors, to make sure that their buildings meet the necessary standards. They also work closely with construction specialists on site and oversee projects from beginning to end.
» Typical work activities
Architects are involved from the earliest stages of a building project, from site selection through to completion. They remain actively involved throughout each project as their ideas and plans are turned into reality. They work closely with contractors on site, ensuring that works are carried out to specific standards and that any problems that arise are quickly resolved.
Typical work activities include:
consulting with other professionals about the design of an environment;
preparing and presenting design proposals to the client;
using IT in design and project management, specifically software packages such as Auto Cad and SketchUp;
advising the client on the practicality of their project;
keeping within financial budgets and deadlines;
producing detailed drawings from which costings are made;
preparing tender applications and presentations;
negotiating with contractors and other professionals;
preparing planning applications;
coordinating the work of contractors;
making site visits to check on progress and ensuring that the project is running within the agreed timescale;
solving problems that might occur during building;
carrying out defect inspections.
Through all these activities, architects need an understanding of the complex processes of design and construction to build socially and ecologically sustainable cities and communities.
A banker is responsible for establishing and maintaining positive customer relationships, planning and ****vering effective sales strategies and monitoring the progress of new and existing financial products. Bankers may work as managers in high street branches, providing operational support on a day-to-day basis, or in more specialised posts in corporate or commercial departments at area, regional or head offices.
Banks operate in a fiercely competitive marketplace where change is common. Products and services must develop to satisfy the expectations and demands of customers. Working with staff and customers to achieve targets has become a major part of the role.
» Typical work activities
Responsibilities and work activities may vary bet**en retail and corporate and commercial banking. Most retail bankers work in high street branches, dealing with both private and corporate customers, while some work in regional or head offices. Bankers who work with commercial or corporate customers may be based in branches or may work from specialised area or regional offices.
Bankers with area and regional responsibilities adopt a strategic role and, while retaining overall accountability for service and product ****very, often delegate supervision of day-to-day operations to staff in branch outlets.
Responsibilities for both retail and corporate and commercial bankers may include:
implementing the ****very of sales strategies and targets and motivating employees to meet and surpass these;
establishing and maintaining effective relationships with new and existing customers, establishing their needs and advising on the suitability of services;
visiting business customers and attending meetings and conferences with them and other professionals;
managing and supporting staff and facilitating appropriate continuing professional development (CPD);
communicating, implementing and monitoring compliance with corporate standards and procedures;
processing data to produce accurate facts, figures and reports;
evaluating new and renewal lending proposals, negotiating terms with customers and, where appropriate, submitting proposals to the credit department for approval;
checking accounts and initiating action if they are overdrawn without arrangement or are in excess of agreed arrangements;
assuming overall accountability for products and services, such as consumer lending, current account transactions, unsecured loans, overdrafts, credit cards and personal loans;
networking with appropriate professionals;
representing the bank within the wider community.
Biochemical engineers apply engineering science principles to biological materials, processes and systems to create new products. These may include almost anything - vaccines, foods, plastic forks and plates, cattle feed, clothing, soda pop s**eteners - the list is endless.
The processes biochemical engineers work on may dramatically improve our lives. They are involved, for example, in: making 'magic bullets' that locate and kill cancerous tumours; developing and producing pharmaceuticals to reduce heart disease; and synthesising high-performance lubricants which last a car's lifetime. They also develop processes to reduce pollution or treat waste products.
Typical work activities include:
applying biological and biochemical principles to the mass production of new products;
scaling up production processes so that the product can be manufactured in bulk, safely, economically and profitably;
designing, installing or constructing, and commissioning new production units, monitoring development and troubleshooting existing processes;
working with chemists and biologists to devise new products and processes.
Biochemical engineers may take on managerial responsibility for projects, or specialise in particular processes or techniques. An increasing number of graduates are choosing to join small start-up companies working on new technologies.
Typical employers come from all sectors of the biotechnology industries, including those with interests in pharmaceuticals, food, environment, waste treatment, and consulting.
Economists provide specialist advice based on the application of economic theory and knowledge. They do this by studying data and statistics and using their understanding of economic relationships to spot trends, carrying out considerable amounts of research and collecting large amounts of information. They then analyse this data to assess feasibility, produce forecasts of future trends and make recommendations of ways to improve efficiency or take advantage of future activities.
Economists use specialist software and advanced methods in statistical analysis to assemble, sift and present this information, which is then used to advise businesses and other organisations, including government agencies.
» Typical work activities
Areas of research can cover any aspect of economic and social policy, ranging from interest rates, taxation and employment levels, to energy, health, transport and international development.
Tasks typically involve:
devising methods and procedures for obtaining data;
understanding various sampling techniques that may be used to conduct different types of surveys;
creating, as **ll as using, various econometric modelling techniques to develop forecasts;
understanding and interpreting data;
analysing data to test the effectiveness of current policies, products or services and advising on the suitability of alternative courses of action;
explaining research methodology and justifying conclusions drawn from research data;
providing economic advice to a range of stakeholders;
evaluating past and present economic issues and trends;
writing various technical and non-technical reports on economic trends and forecasts to inform the press and public;
conducting numerous oral and visual presentations, which non-technical audiences must be able to understand thoroughly in order to inform decisions.
Specific work projects could include:
assessing the economic impact of national events on the UK, e.g. the London 2012 Olympic Games;
analysing the potential job creation of inward investment projects;
analysing the performance of companies with a view to advising fund managers or clients on investments;
analysing the economic impact of transport infrastructure developments;
advising government, employers or trade unions on the economic implications of policy options;
producing research on the global economy to influence international economic organisations and forums, e.g. the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the G8;
studying how exchange rates affect the competitiveness and productivity of UK and international trade;
preparing briefs for government ministers and ans**ring ministers' questions.
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