19 Job profiles in total for Literature
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An author writes either fiction or non-fiction books. These are sometimes also adapted for other media. This can include television and radio serialisation or a film adaptation.
Critics in the creative industries write critical features and comment pieces for newspapers, magazines, broadcasting and the internet. They give informed opinion on books, films, plays, shows and exhibitions. Their commentary provides information to the reader, along with personal views on the object of their commentary.
A dramaturg is a theatre practitioner who focuses on how to convey the particular message the director wants to highlight.
Publishing editors are responsible for the style and content of publications.
The head of an information service may be responsible for more than one area, including libraries, information services, archives, arts and learning, knowledge and information, and records management.
Information officers make sure that high quality, accurate information can easily be found by their colleagues, customers and members of the public.
Librarians collect and organise information in libraries so it is available to people who want to access it.
Library assistants help librarians in the work of collecting and organising information in libraries so it is available to people who want to access it.
Shelvers support the work of librarians and other library staff, helping to keep the library stock in good order so users can find what they need.
Nowadays many libraries and archives rely on teams of volunteers who work alongside the regular, employed staff.
The playwright or dramatist is the author of a production, the writer or adapter of the original play. Often they work alone, but sometimes they also collaborate with a director and the cast.
Publications staff officers in the cultural heritage sector are responsible for all the publication material designed and produced by an organisation.
Publishers handle written content for a heritage organisation. This can include books, journals, papers, magazines and websites.
Records assistants are employed by a variety of organisations including local and central government, universities, large companies, banks and other financial institutions, museums, galleries and charities.
Records managers are responsible for managing the retention and storage of records.
Senior managers are in charge of organising a particular aspect of an information service. They may work as part of the senior management team and be one of several managers working together under a head of service.
Arts teachers educate people taking part in performing, visual and literary arts. Coaches, tutors and teachers motivate people and help them achieve their goals. They help people learn the skills they need to perform to the best of their ability in a specific area. They also advise performers and artists on how to further improve their performance or art.
Writers create work for novels, short stories, children's books, plays and poetry. They can also write articles for newspapers and magazines, non-fiction and material for digital and broadcast media.
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