The same occupation can be called different things in different countries. In Canada, organizations use the National Occupational Classification (NOC) to classify and describe occupations.
NOC consists of a specific occupation title (e.g., accountant) and a four-digit NOC code (e.g., 1111), along with a description for the occupation.
To find the title of your occupation in Canada and its NOC code, search the NOC Web site.
You can also learn more about NOC.