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Business managers are responsible for overseeing the daily operations and acquire new clients for the company. Their core focus includes managing financial goals, supervise staff members, implement business plans and establish business relationships. Types of jobs include business development manager, analyst, adviser, consultant, project manager, project planner, contract specialist, business analyst, operations research analyst, event director, human resource, logistics, marketing, retail and sales.
The role of COO is to oversee the organisation’s ongoing operations and procedures. Responsibilities include implementing business strategies, set comprehensive goals for growth, establish policies to promote company culture, lead employees to encourage maximum performance, evaluate performance by analysing data, submit reports to the CEO and assist in fundraising ventures.
The role of CEO is to supervise and control all strategic as well as the business aspects of the company. Responsibilities include developing high quality business strategies, motivate subordinates to advance employee engagement develop a high performing team, make high-quality investing decisions to advance the business, enforce adherence to legal guidelines, review reports to devise solutions and build trust relations with stakeholders.
The role of management trainee is to receive training and perform duties in several departments in the organisation. Responsibilities include set objectives with upper management, monitor performance progress with management, observe experienced workers to acquire knowledge for performance of departmental duties and facilitate subsequent transferability between departments.
Project management are the people tasked with planning, budgeting, overseeing and documenting all aspects of the assigned project. They work hand-in-hand with the upper management to ensure that the scope and direction of the project stays on track. Project jobs include construction, healthcare, engineering, information technology and energy.
The role of project executive is to oversee workplace management team in the short and long term projects. Responsibilities include communicating with upper management to develop strategic goals, manage the organisation’s capital budget, monitor project of internal/external service providers and monitor project management performance metrics.
The role of project engineer is to schedule, plan, forecast, resource and manage all the technical activities aiming at ensuring project accuracy from conception to completion. Responsibilities include monitor compliance of performance standards, interact daily with clients to interpret their needs, perform overall quality control of the work, assign duties to project team and review engineering deliverables while initiate appropriate corrective actions.
The role of project manager is to plan and supervise a wide range of projects from start to finish. Responsibilities include collaborating with architects to determine the specifications of the project management, negotiate contracts with external vendors to reach profitable agreements, obtain permits from appropriate authorities, determine needed resources with attention to budgetary limitations, supervise and provide guidance when needed.
Planners are in charge of coordinating and prioritising operations to ensure maximum performance and minimum obstructions. Their responsibilities include determining manpower, equipment, raw materials required to manage any operations. A wide range of jobs included in this field such as sales, commerce, marketing, hospitality and public relations.
The role of material planner is to observe trends and customer request to create inventory schedules. Responsibilities include ensuring the steady flow of materials, manage the supply of products to customers, act as liaisons between manufacturing and other departments.