1. Marketing Manager
What is it? This role involves managing the day-to-day marketing activities of an organisation and its long term strategies. Tasks typically involve planning and implementing promotional campaigns and measuring results.
2. Operations Manager
What is it? An operations manager is a senior role that involves overseeing the production of goods and or provision of services. Your job would be to make sure the organisation is running as well as it possibly can, with a smooth efficient service that meets the expectations and needs of customers and clients.
3. Audit Manager
What is it? An audit manager is responsible for organising and overseeing internal audits in accordance with the annual audit plan. They'll oversee the review process make any necessary recommendations to change policies, implement new systems or even change employee roles and team structures.
4. Finance Manager
What is it? This role involves monitoring the day to day financial operations within a company, such as payroll, invoicing, and other transactions.
5. Product Manager
What is it? A project manager conducts market research; generates product requirements; determines specifications; and manages the overarching budget of a strategy or campaign
6. HR Manager
What is it? A HR manager is responsible for the implementation and management of a company's HR functions. In a smaller organisation, the HR manager may lead all people management functions. In a larger organisation, they will often report to a HR director or CHRO and have middle management responsibility.
7. Contract Manager
What is it? This role involves holding responsibility for contracts and ongoing relationships with suppliers to ensure the operation/project and/or sign-off runs smoothly.
8. Commercial Manager
What is it? A commercial manager is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with business partners and marketing teams to ensure that the business continues to thrive.
9. Business Analyst
What is it? This senior level job involves working within an organisation, identifying areas that need improving or updating, and then finding solutions to any problems using computers to carry out intensive research and deep analysis.
10. Project Manager
What is it? Project managers ensure that a project is completed on time and within budget, that the project's objectives are met and that everyone else is doing their job properly.
11. Business Development Manager
What is it? The Business Development Manager manages business development activities for the company by driving sales activities and the acquisition of new business.
12. Software Engineer
What is it? Software engineers tend to specialise in a few areas of development, such as networks, operating systems, databases and/or applications.
13. HR Business Partner
What is it? A HR Business Partner is responsible for aligning business objectives with employees in designated business units. The position serves as a consultant to management on human resource-related issues.
14. Solutions Architect
What is it? A solutions architect is responsible for delivering high quality, innovative, simple, business-focused IT solutions, that maximise efficiency from new/existing IT resources.
15. Production Manager
What is it? Production managers are responsible for the technical management, supervision and control of industrial production processes.