All management jobs include planning, organizing, directing and controlling. A corporate manager works with a larger organization within any number of specialized departments. An administrative manager in corporate management oversees services specifically related to the actual operation of a company. Other positions within corporate management include information systems manager, purchasing manager, marketing manager, financial manager and office manager.
|Information Systems Manager||Purchasing Manager||Marketing Manager|
|Financial Manager||Office Manager||Human Resource Manager|
Within physical management there are a variety of positions. A facility manager is commonly referred to as one who coordinates the physical workplace with people and work of an organization. An operations manager controls the procurement and production process within a manufacturing organization. Other positions in physical management include production managers, industrial/manufacturing managers and construction managers.
|Production Manager||Materials Manager||Construction Manager|
Public sector management contains a variety of positions that include city or county managers, government program managers, non-profit manager, school principal or director, school administrator or superintendent, college administrator and farming, forestry, mining or fishing managers.
|City/County Manager||Government Programs Manager||Labor Relations Manager|
|Superintendent||College Administration||Human Resource Management|
Positions in private sector management include communications, food services, insurance, public utilities, real estate, retail, service, transportation and self-employed managers. For example, a communications manager will maintain the operations of a company such as telephone, Internet, print media, TV or radio while a real estate manager will direct a team of real estate agents and help to maintain the up-to-date database of properties for sale or rent.
|Restaurant Manager||Property Manager||Retail Sales Manager|
|Communications Manager||Bank Manager||Broker Residential/Commercial|
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