Volume 1 May 2020 - Flipbook - Page 5
F U T U R E S
M A G N I F I E D :
F R O N T L I N E
W O R K E R S
Role: Prison Officer
Salary: £22,843 + per year
Job Description: Prison officers are responsible for the security, supervision, training
and rehabilitation of people sent to prison by the courts.
Why Frontline Workers? Prison Officers are unable to work from home as they
ensure that convicted criminals remain safely in prison throughout the Coronavirus
Role: Supermarket Assistant
Salary: £9.30 per hour
Job Description: Supermarket Assistants may replenish stock for the shelves, help
customers around the store or work on the cashiers.
Why Frontline Workers? In order to keep the country fed, supermarket workers
have to ensure that food is readily available on supermarket shelves for everyone to
buy. Staff could come into contsct with hundreds of customers per day, putting
themselves and their families at risk.
Role: Telecoms Engineer
Salary: £16,000 + per year
Job Description: Telecoms Engineers may set up communications and data
networks, find and fix faults as well as install aerials and satellites.
Why Frontline Workers? Telecoms Engineers are vital to making sure that
everyone can still communicate virtually throughout this time, making
lockdown that little bit easier on those missing others as well as ensuring work
can be cone from home.
Salary: £24,907 + per year
Job Description: Nurses care for those who are sick, injured or have physical/ mental
disabilities, usually in a hospitsl setting or care home.
Why Frontline Workers? Nurses are invaluable to our NHS and the care of our
country. They are risking their own health to help care for others on a daily basis.
Role: DWP Work Coach
Salary: £24,032 + per year
Job Description: Work Coaches at the Department for Work and Pensions analyse
and evaluate individuals’ circumstances and help them to find jobs and are
responsible for granting jobseekers allowance, universal credit etc.
Why Frontline Workers? During the Coronavirus Pandemic, many individuals have
lost jobs and income meanng they are having to rely on universal credit or other
government backed income for support meaning these roles are more important