What is the job title of someone who designs buildings?
They are called architects.
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Positions, from the lowest to the highest, go: Crew Member. Crew Trainer, Area Manager (some restaurants no longer have these), Manager, Shift/Swing Manager, Certified Shift/S…wing Manager, Assistant Manager, Store Manager, Regional Manager After that, you get into corporate, and I don't know into there.
Teacher, counselor, coach.... it depends on what they are doing.
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Anybody who considers that their primary task at work is designing.
There are basically 2 jobs in this area, Drywallers (installers, who only screw it up in place ) and Tapers ( who only tape, mud and sand ). Very few pros do both. ( although …they all know how to, they have specialised in one or the other)
Everything Specialist Chief Cook and Bottle Washer, or General Factotum.
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Someone who does construction contracting has the job title of General Contractor. You can learn more about this job at the Wikipedia. Once on the website, type "General Contr…actor" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.
The title of a person in charge of construction design is called a construction manager. He plans, controls and coordinates projects from the beginning to their completion.
An architect designs and plans buildings.