Key job roles and their functions in organisations
This table shows the different job roles in different organisations. Job Roles and their main Functions
Director - are responsible for the total enterprise. Directors are responsible for ensuring the success of the business and compliance with relevant regulations - such as health and safety, employment law, tax and corporate governance. Briefing staff on all relevant aspects of the Company business.
Manager - hiring and firing of employees, ordering supplies, performing payroll duties, performing accounting duties, taking phone calls and performing general everyday tasks necessary for the efficient running of the business. Most businesses have one primary office manager however some may have two or more individuals who share the managerial duties.
Supervisors/team leaders – Site health and safety, welfare and discipline. Assisting with the appraisal or review of team members and providing feedback to the. Prepare reports and maintain records of work accomplishments and administrative information, as required, and coordinate the preparation, presentation, and communication of work-related information to the supervisor. Report to the supervisor periodically on team and individual work accomplishments, problems, progress in mastering tasks and work processes, and individual and team training needs.
Operative – to pick and pack orders. To work efficiently and effectively as part of a team. To achieve the targets and job standards set out by Team Leaders/Supervisors. To be communicative between Team Leaders/Supervisors. To be adaptable and flexible in your approach to work. Assistant/support staff - as a Teaching Assistant, you would work under the guidance of the Class Teacher and would not be expected to undertake any direct teaching responsibilities or lead the class. However you may be required to supervise the class in the temporary absence of the teacher....
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