There are managers in all kinds of job sector. A career in management is varied but always requires good communication skills and an understanding of people.
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Business advisers give advice and support to new and established businesses.
Business and financial project managers plan and manage a wide variety of projects.
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Business development managers are senior sales people who create opportunities for business growth.Conference and exhibition organiser
This role involves planning and running events, such as trade shows, exhibitions and conferences.Manufacturing supervisor
Manufacturing supervisors manage a team of staff and organise their workload.Volunteer organiser
Volunteer organisers recruit, train and manage volunteers in all kinds of organisations.Warehouse manager
Warehouse managers plan and coordinate warehouse operations at depots and retail stores.
Civil service executive officers help to manage departments that apply government policies.
Construction project managers deal with the day-to-day running of a construction project.
Diplomatic service officers work for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office either in the UK or abroad.
Education administrators help run a university, college, or school.
Farm managers deal with the day-to-day running of a farm.
Human resources managers deal with recruitment, training and retention of staff.
Management accountants are responsible for managing a company's finances.
Museum curators look after and manage exhibitions.
Nursery managers are in charge of the day-to-day running of childcare centres.
Payroll managers manage the payroll departments within organisations.
Procurement managers are responsible for buying equipment, goods and services for companies.
Retail managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of a shop.
Solicitors advise clients about different aspects of the law.
Producers manage media projects from beginning to completion.
Theatrical producers are creative decision-makers who manage all aspects of putting on a production.
Veterinary surgeons look after sick and injured animals.