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CEO Chief Executive Officer
Determined and formulated policies and business strategies, and provided overall direction of organization.
Planned, directed, and coordinated operational activities at the highest level of management, with the help of subordinate managers.
Directed, planned, and implemented policies and objectives of organization or business in accordance with charter and board of directors.
Directed activities of organization to plan procedures, establish responsibilities, and coordinate functions among departments and sites.
Conferred with board members, organization officials, and staff members, to establish policies and formulate plans.
Analyzed operations to evaluate performance of company and staff to determine areas of cost reduction and program improvement.
Reviewed financial statements and sales and activity reports to ensure that organization’s objectives are achieved.
Directed and coordinated organization’s financial and budget activities to fund operations, maximize investments, and increase efficiency.
Assigned or delegated responsibilities to subordinates.
Directed and coordinated activities of business or department concerned with production, pricing, sales, and/or distribution of products.
Directed and coordinated activities of business involved with buying and selling investment products and financial services.
Directed nonmerchandising departments of business, such as advertising, purchasing, credit, and accounting.
Established internal control procedures.
Prepared reports and budgets.
Presided over or served on board of directors, management committees, or other governing boards.
Negotiated or approved contracts with suppliers and distributors, and with maintenance, janitorial, and security providers.
Promoted objectives of institution or business before associations, public, government agencies, or community groups.
Screened, selected, hired, transferred, and discharged employees.
CFO, CONTROLLER, TREASURER
Planned, directed, and coordinated the financial activities of an organization at the highest level of management.
Directed financial planning, procurement, and investment of funds for organization.
Directed preparation of budgets.
Prepared reports or directed preparation of reports summarizing organization’s current and forecasted financial position, business activity, and reports required by regulatory agencies.
Prepared financial reports or directed preparation of reports.
Recommended to management major economic objectives and policies.
Delegated authority for receipt, disbursement, banking, protection, and custody of funds, securities, and financial instruments.
Analyzed past, present, and expected operations.
Planned and implemented new operating procedures to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Ensured that institution reserves met legal requirements.
Coordinated activities of assigned programs and interpreted policies and practices.
Arranged audits of company accounts.
Advised management on investment and loans for short and long range financial plans.
Managed accounting department.
Evaluated need for procurement of funds and investment of surplus.
Determined methods and procedures for carrying out assigned program.
Developed policies and procedures for account collections and extension of credit to customers.
Gathered information relating to the function of various departments within an organization and the specific duties performed by each individual, by consulting with managers or supervisors and interviewing other staff.
Assessed the types of tasks performed in each section, the methods or systems used, length of time taken for an individual to complete a task, and any problems involved.
Consulted internal training manuals, files and job descriptions to obtain additional information.
Studied data such as statistical records, reports and organizational charts.
Identified problem areas and found solutions by considering alternatives, taking into account the benefits and costs of any recommendations.
Wrote detailed reports and provided statistical evidence to support their conclusions.
Assisted in the implementation of new systems.
Liaised with experts in other fields when introducing new equipment such as computers.
Able to analyze and solve problems in a logical, organized, and professional manner.
Directed activities concerned with contracts or sale of equipment, materials, products, or services.
Examined performance requirements, delivery schedules, and estimates of costs of material, equipment, and production to ensure completeness and accuracy.
Prepared bids, process specifications, test and progress reports, and other exhibits that may be required.
Reviewed bids from other firms for conformity to contract requirements and determined acceptable bids.
Negotiated contracts with customer or bidder.
Requested or approved amendments to or extension of contracts.
Advised planning and production department of contractual rights and obligations.
Coordinated work of sales department with production and shipping department to implement fulfillment of contracts.
Acted as a liaison between the company and subcontractors.
Gathered information through analysis of documents such as payroll sheets, time sheets, records of materials issued and supplier's invoices.
Input and retrieved costing information from computers.
Estimated future costs and analyzed variances between estimated and actual costs.
Provided information to assist in determining selling prices of products and for calculating quotations and tenders for future business.
Possess a high level of mathematical ability.
Able to meet deadlines and perform consistently and efficiently.
FOOD SERVICE MANAGER
Planned, directed and coordinated the activities of an organization or department that served food and beverages.
Monitored compliance with health and fire regulations regarding food preparation and serving and building maintenance in dining facility.
Planned menus and food utilization based on anticipated number of guests, nutritional value, palatability, popularity, and costs.
Organized and directed worker training programs, resolved personnel problems, hired new staff, and evaluated employee performance in dining facility.
Coordinated assignments of cooking personnel to ensure economical use of food and timely preparation.
Estimated food, liquor, wine, and other beverage consumption to anticipate amount to be purchased or requisitioned.
Monitored food preparation and methods, size of portions, and garnishing and presentation of food to ensure food is prepared and presented in accepted manner.
Monitored budget and payroll records, and reviewed financial transactions to ensure expenditures are authorized and budgeted.
Investigated and resolved complaints regarding food quality and service or accommodations.
Reviewed menus and analyzed recipes to determine labor and overhead costs, and assigned prices to menu items.
Established and enforced nutrition standards for dining establishment based on accepted industry standards.
Kept records required by government agencies regarding sanitation and food subsidies, where indicated.
Tested cooked food by tasting and smelling to ensure palatability and flavor conformity.
Created specialty dishes and developed recipes to be used in dining facility.
Planned, directed and coordinated activities of an organization or department that provided lodging and other accommodations.
Coordinated front office activities of hotel or motel and resolved problems.
Managed and maintained temporary or permanent lodging facilities.
Answered inquiries pertaining to hotel policies and services and resolved occupants’ complaints.
Conferred and cooperated with other department heads to ensure coordination of hotel activities.
Interviewed and hired applicants.
Assigned duties and shifts to workers and observed performances to ensure operating procedures.
Purchased supplies and arranged for outside services, such as fuel delivery, laundry, maintenance and repair, and trash collection.
Received and processed advance registration payments, sent out letters of confirmation, and returned checks when registration cannot be accepted.
Shows and rents or assigns accommodations.
Arranged for medical aid for patrons.
Collected rents and recorded data pertaining to rent funds and expenditures.
Patrolled facilities and grounds and investigated disturbances.
Greeted and registered guests.
Arranged telephone answering service, delivered mail and packages and answered questions regarding locations for eating and entertainment.
Made minor electrical, plumbing, and structural repairs.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER
Planned, directed, and coordinated human resource management activities of an organization to maximize the strategic use of human resources, and maintain functions such as employee compensation, recruitment, personnel policies, and regulatory compliance.
Formulated policies and procedures for recruitment, testing, placement, classification, orientation, benefits, and labor and industrial relations.
Planned, directed, supervised, and coordinated work activities of subordinates and staff relating to employment, compensation, labor relations, and employee relations.
Directed preparation and distribution of written and verbal information to inform employees of benefits, compensation, and personnel policies.
Evaluated and modified benefits policies to establish competitive programs and to ensure compliance with legal requirements.
Analyzed compensation policies, government regulations, and prevailing wage rates to develop competitive compensation plan.
Developed methods to improve employment policies, processes, and practices and recommended changes to management.
Prepared personnel forecast to project employment needs.
Prepared and delivered presentations and reports to corporate officers or other management regarding human resource management policies and practices and recommendations for change.
Negotiated bargaining agreements and resolved labor disputes.
Met with shop stewards and supervisors to resolve grievances.
Conducted exit interviews to identify reasons for employee termination and wrote separation notices.
Planned and conducted new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward organizational objectives.
Wrote directives advising department managers of organizational policy in personnel matters such as equal employment opportunity, sexual harassment, and discrimination.
Studied legislation, arbitration decisions, and collective bargaining contracts to assess industry trends.
Maintained records and compiled statistical reports concerning personnel related data such as hires, transfers, performance appraisals, and absenteeism rates.
Analyzed statistical data and reports to identify and determine causes of personnel problems and develop recommendations for improvement of organization’s personnel policies and practices.
Represented organization at personnel related hearings and investigations.
Contracted with vendors to provide employee services, such as canteen, transportation, relocation service, insurance coverage.
Investigated industrial accidents and prepared reports for insurance carrier.
Received, sorted and dispatched mail and parcels to mail delivery and business centers and to post offices.
Lifted mail bags and operated mechanical and automatic mail processing equipment.
Maintained relevant records, and sorted and prepared mail for delivery.
Delivered mail in a timely and accurate fashion.
Sold postage stamps and money orders to customers.
Assisted in agency services such as the receipt and transmission of facsimiles.
Possess driver's licence required to transport and deliver mail.
Determined amount of postage required for outgoing mail according to weight and classification.
Computed cost of mail permits from postage meter readings.
Read letters and determined department or official for whom mail was intended.
Self-motivated and reliable.
Identified and analyzed the organization's strengths and weaknesses and responded to opportunities and threats in the marketing environment.
Set goals in terms of market share and growth.
Developed and implemented appropriate strategies by selecting, segmenting and targeting markets and promoting products and services to those markets.
Made decisions regarding products (e.g. Labeling or packaging).
Implemented new product development.
Determined a pricing approach and set prices for products and services.
Managed distribution channels such as retailers and wholesalers.
Developed plans in relation to advertising, sales promotion, public relations, personal selling and sales management.
Able to analyze and interpret information.
Possess the ability to think creatively and to communicate effectively.
OFFICE AUTOMATION CLERK
Operates a computer with word processing capability to provide a variety of narrative and tabular material involving the common terminology of the unit for which the work is being done and requiring accuracy in spelling, grammar, and syllabication.
Performs work either in draft or final form.
Refers to technical dictionaries, research reports, regulations, or similar material as reference tools to facilitate assignments.
Assures the propriety of formats, spacing, arrangements, and preparation of typed materials in final form as prescribed by style manuals.
Rearranges and consolidates data from draft source documents based on instructions.
Maintains a variety of office files.
Receives visitors and telephone calls and refers them to proper person or furnishes information requested.
Routes, controls, and distributes mail and other office communications in accordance with established procedures and knowledge of the organization and personnel.
Hand carries final formatted correspondence back to originating author for final review and signature.
Delivers and picks up distribution, draft materials, and completed coordination materials from headquarters.
Picks up and posts mail correspondence associated with the unit being evaluated.
Must have or be able to get military vehicle operators license.
Performs other duties as assigned.
OFFICE OFFICE MANAGER OR ADMINISTRATOR
Supervised and coordinated activities of staff.
Interviewed, tested, and hired job applicants.
Conducted orientation programs for new employees.
Administered salaries and determined leave entitlement.
Trained and developed staff, prepared job descriptions, and performed staff assessments and promotions.
Prepared annual estimates of expenditures, maintained budgets and inventory controls, and made recommendations to management.
Maintained management information systems.
Provided secretarial or executive services such as answering phones, filing, preparing reports, and utilizing office equipment.
Possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
Assisted clients with investment and financial management by advising on whether properties should be sold, purchased or held for investment and advising them on the proper management of funds received from property.
Managed property including reading and administering leases.
Prepared income and expenditure budgets, negotiated leases with tenants, administered
building contracts, administered property insurances, and collected rents and other Income.
Organized and supervised repairs and maintenance, and mechanical and electrical services in buildings.
Advised clients on methods of selling or leasing property, organized marketing campaigns, negotiated prices with other parties and prepared investment reports.
Conducted property research, prepared reports on property types and sectors of the property market, and predicted trends in value and use of property.
Developed property by performing feasibility studies, negotiating site purchases, obtaining planning permits, negotiating with building contractors, prospective tenants, marketing agents and banks, and arranging sale of completed property.
Provided advice on an organization's accommodation needs, including negotiation of leases, selecting appropriate buildings, organizing internal accommodation and predicting future space requirements.
Interpreted building regulations and procedures.
Handled disputes and claims.
PURCHASING / PROCUREMENT MANAGER
Established reliable sources to supply goods and services.
Attended sales demonstrations and performed public relations with vendors.
Inspected supplier operations on-site and rated their performance.
Previewed product catalogs and trade journals.
Contacted suppliers to obtain information on price, quality and delivery capabilities for the goods/services they require.
Met with sales representatives from the various suppliers to compare their products and
Reviewed and recommend potential new sources or alternative materials, prices and products.
Decided which products to buy, placed orders and followed up delivery procedures.
Negotiated contractual conditions and pricing with supplier.
Used computers to plan material requirements and to record details of goods ordered and
received, costs of products and supplier information.
Possess excellent organizational and communication skills and a strong knowledge of spreadsheet and database software packages.
QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTOR
Studied product specifications and regulations.
Sampled products to determine whether they meet specifications and quality standards.
Analyzed quality assurance data from manuals, journals, or industry standards.
Trained and assisted operators to carry out their quality control functions.
Check details of assemblies and compiled performance reports.
Wrote quality assurance policies and procedures.
Oversaw personnel engaged in quality assurance.
Able to work as part of a team, safety conscious, and have an eye for detail.
Operated telephone switchboard to receive incoming calls.
Greeted walk-in customers and telephone callers, determined the nature and purpose of their inquiry.
Answered inquiries and obtained information for general public.
Provided information regarding activities conducted at establishment: location of offices, departments, and employees within organization.
Directed persons entering establishment to specific destination or appointment.
Answered telephone to schedule future appointments, provide information, or forward call.
Transmitted information or documents to customer, using computer, mail, or facsimile.
Analyzed data to determine answer to customer or public inquiry.
Recorded, compiled, entered, and retrieved information, by hand or using computer.
Collected and distributed messages for employees of organization.
Typed memos, correspondence, travel vouchers, or other documents.
Filed and maintained records.
Heard and resolved complaints from customers and general public.
Received payment and recorded receipts for services.
Performed word processing, filing, bookkeeping and banking as required.
Opened and dealt with incoming mail, and organized outgoing mail.
Used word processing software to prepare memorandums, reports, and outgoing letters.
Gave information on the location of facilities, and advised visitors on travel conditions.
Assisted in the promotion of products, and give prices and details to customers.
Operated office equipment such as typewriter, personal computer, copier, fax, adding machine, calculator, bookkeeping, and check writing machines.
Directly supervised and coordinated activities of retail store engaged in selling a general line of merchandise.
Performed management functions such as budgeting, accounting, marketing, and personnel work.
Planned and prepared work schedules and assigned employees to specific duties.
Formulated pricing policies on merchandise according to requirements for profitability of store operations.
Coordinated sales promotion activities and prepared or directed workers preparing merchandise displays and advertising copy.
Directed and supervised employees engaged in sales work, taking of inventories, reconciling cash with sales receipts, keeping operating records, or preparing daily record of transactions for corporate office.
Conferred with company officials to develop methods and procedures to increase sales, expand markets, and promote business.
Kept records of employees’ work schedules and time cards.
Prepared sales and inventory reports for management and budget departments.
Assisted sales staff in completing complicated and difficult sales.
Ordered merchandise or prepared requisitions to replenish merchandise on hand.
Ensured compliance of employees with established security, sales, and record keeping procedures and practices.
Interviewed, hired, and trained new employees.
Listened to and resolved customer complaints regarding service, product, or personnel.
Kept records pertaining to purchases, sales, and requisitions.
Examined merchandise to ensure that it is correctly priced and displayed and functions as advertised.
Analyzed customers’ wants and needs by observing which items sell most rapidly.
Inventoried stock and reordered when inventories dropped to specified level.
Answered telephone and gave information to callers, took messages, or transferred calls to appropriate individuals.
Made and recorded appointments, and scheduled inner office activities.
Operated office equipment such as typewriter, personal computer, copier, fax, adding calculating, bookkeeping, and check writing machines.
Filed correspondence and other records.
Made copies of correspondence and other printed material.
Received and processed incoming and outgoing mail.
Located and attached appropriate file to incoming correspondence requiring reply.
Answered routine correspondence.
Composed and distributed meeting notes, correspondence, and reports.
Prepared letters and reports on behalf of the organization.
Maintained calendar and coordinated conferences and meetings.
Took dictation in shorthand or by machine, and transcribed information.
Entered and retrieved data on computers.
Prepared agendas or programs for meetings.
Organized business itineraries, travel arrangements, conferences, meetings and social functions.
Trained staff and directed inner office task.
Maintained budget and account records.
Ordered and dispensed supplies.
Greeted and welcomed visitors, determined nature of business, and conducted visitor to employer or appropriate person.
Compiled and maintained lists and records, using typewriter or computer.
Recorded and typed minutes of meetings, using typewriter or computer.
Compiled and typed statistical reports, using typewriter or computer.
Mailed newsletters, promotional material, and other information.
Prepared and mailed checks.
Collected and disbursed funds from cash account and kept records.
Provided customer services such as order placement and account information.
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