The coronavirus crisis has vastly changed people's lives, with some people losing their job or being furloughed.
But there are still very well paid jobs out there, that could be perfect if you have the right skills and meet the requirements.
We decided to take a look at some of the best paid jobs in Liverpool that are available to apply for right now.
From roles in the care profession to the council, there's several possibilities open to those looking for work.
Here are just a few that we found.
Head of Homes and Communities at Nugent
Nugent is looking for someone to lead the development of the Homes and Community services.
The full time position is offering a salary of £49,959- £54,642
The job advert said: "This position is highly influential and crucial to the succession of our Adult residential and community services.
"As the Head of Homes & Community you will be accountable to the Chief Operating Officer and will lead the development of our services.
"You will support our Registered Mangers to ensure that our services meet or preferably exceed statutory requirements and standards and as one of your duties within this role you will be the CQC Nominated Individual and will represent Nugent."
The perfect candidate would be an experienced leader who can "inspire, empower and develop" care teams across multiple sites.
They will have a strong background in the development and delivery of excellent care quality.
The advert continued: "We are looking for a very flexible and tenacious leader, with a great dedication and emotional intelligence to develop the services. We have high expectations for this role and in return provide a competitive salary and terms and conditions, and a supportive work life balance."
You can apply here
Team Leader – Liverpool City Council
Liverpool City Council is looking to recruit a Team Leader in Highways Network Management.
The full time role is offering a salary of £42,683 – £47,491 a year.
The successful applicant will be required to lead the operation of the Council’s Intelligent Transport Systems with particular reference to the undertaking of design and maintenance tasks.
The role will involve leading and managing the team and regulating all aspects of the Urban Traffic Control service provision in relation to the design, deployment, operation effective use of Intelligent Transport Systems, Urban Traffic Management and Control systems, Closed Circuit Television, Variable Message signs, and rising bollards.
There will be some preparation of reports and representing the council at relevant meetings or industry events.
You can apply here
Innovation consultant – Alder Hey Children's Hospital
Alder Hey is seeking an innovative, entrepreneurial thinker to work with Alder Hey Innovation to project manage and support them “Co-creating Future Healthcare”.
The full time position pays a salary of £38,890 – £44,503 a year.
The job advert said: "Key to this role is an enthusiastic, proactive, self driven, commercially orientated & innovative mindset.
"You will be a natural people person able to get along with all walks of life, have a make things happen attitude and be agile and output driven in your work.
"Our Innovation Consultants/Project Managers will manage delivery of our innovation engagement, services and defined innovation projects.
"They will be responsible for monitoring progress and successful delivery against agreed outcomes for each project."
You can apply for the role here
Careline Social Work Team Leader
The Careline Service are looking to recruit a Social Work Team Leader.
The full time role pays a salary of £42,683 – £47,491 a year.
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing advice and management oversight to ensure that cases referred to Careline are triaged against Liverpool City Council’s Levels of Need Framework and that work is closely performance-managed.
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The job advert said: "The successful candidate will complete quality assurance audits to ensure a high quality work is completed
"The successful candidate will work closely with partner agencies located in Careline Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), partner agencies and also with Early Help to ensure welfare and safeguarding issues are resolved in a timely way.
"The successful candidate will also work on a variable shift pattern as part of a team providing day to day management of the Out of Hours Service"
You can apply for the role here
Head of National Partnerships – Tate Liverpool
Tate Liverpool is on the hunt for a new Head of National Partnerships role.
The full time position pays £50,000 a year.
In this role you will devise the strategy for, and oversee the implementation of, Tate’s strategy for engaging with partners across the UK.
You will have oversight of and deliver the development of partnerships for national initiatives including Plus Tate, the British Art Network and the Turner Prize when it is not in London.
You can apply for the job here
The job advert said: "This is an important role, leading and managing the national partnerships team and we will look to you to provide visible leadership to the partnerships and exchanges with regional and national bodies.
"You will be skilled in thinking strategically and confident in working collaboratively across Tate and with external partners to include museums, galleries and specialist agencies, funding bodies, higher education, local authorities, ACE and DCMS.
"Your project management skills will be exemplary, as are your budget management skills. Your professional networks will be extensive, and you will be comfortable in leveraging these to achieve results."