What is Job description of business development manager of household service industry?
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The 'business development' job title can mean various things. Some organizations refer to sales and account management jobs as 'business development', in which case refer to the account manager job description below. The business development job description - and especially the extent of strategic a…nd authority responsibility - depends on whom the role reports to, and the scale of and complexity of the 'business' (markets, products/services, territory, etc) to be developed. This is an example of typical responsibilities of a senior business development role, or business development director:. Market and technology research . Formulation of strategy . Distribution channel analysis and development . New product development planning and management . Technology transfer, licensing, partnerships assessment and development . Marketing and advertising and promotion planning . Sales organisation planning and development . Import/export development . Business planning . Launch and implementation . If the business development job has direct-reporting staff then the above would tend to be managed via others, and the role would include people-management, recruitment, motivation, training and development staffing responsibilities . Appropriate Administration, budgeting, monitoring, reporting, communication and liaison. . Health and safety adherence . Self-development and continuing personal development . (If formal director) Execute the responsibilities of a company director according to lawful and ethical standards, as referenced in ... (whatever director policy and standards document you might use). ( Full Answer )
Answer . the job description of a business administrator is complex in nature.it involves many job description which requires candidates with the ability to (1)lead (2)control(3)operate and organise,in short a job of a business administrator is in most instances a general manager ,a CEO , ope…rations manager and a strategic manager. . ( Full Answer )
accommodative nature and pleasing attitude besides communicating skills are essential. you must able to satisfy the consumer as well keep up the reputation of your organization.
The Sales Developer role is primarily about supporting Territory Managers by counting stock, merchandising and implementing promotional activity for the brands. This is an entry level sales role, so your ambition, dedication and motivation will prove more important than sales experience as you use y…our retail knowledge to efficiently count stock in time for orders, merchandise displays and identify opportunities in store to maximise sales. Key Responsibilities: - Merchandise and implement promotional activity to required standards - Count stock at store level ready for TM to place order - Calling on outlets as specified by call file - Siting displays to ensuring that products achieves its share of space - Developing sound business relationships with all customers - Identify opportunities for display improvements - Increase sales by optimising the standard of display in your area - Carry out Relief Territory Manager coverage where required - Identifying opportunities and maximising exposure of Principal brands - Distribution, display and availability of Principal brands - Ensure effective brand merchandising is achieved - Communicate regularly with Territory Managers on activity in store Skills Required: - Ideally some experience within retail or customer facing role - Ability to work on own initiative and manage own calls/territory - Flexibility to travel across the country at short notice - Desire to progress a career within FMCG sales - Excellent communication skills - Good numerical skills - Speed and accuracy in counting products - Ability to prioritise and estimate accurately how long work tasks will take - Confident dealing with challenging people and situations - Resillient - Full manual Drivers licence . ( Full Answer )
A service crew usually refers to a fast food restaurant orrestaurant. It is all the people that handle and prepare the foodbefore it reaches the customers.
A service crew job description will depend on the industry thatthey are serving. For example, if a service crew worked at arestaurant it would include tasks such as greeting and seatingguests, taking and bringing customer orders, and cashing outcustomers once they are done with their meal. However, …if theservice crew was for a landscaping company or an remodelingbusiness the job tasks would be quite different. ( Full Answer )
Quality Service Managers are responsible for quality assurancemanagement plans for the companies and business for which theywork. They implement quality improvement plans, conduct testing,and write technical reports.
Just one part of a service job will be answering customercomplaints. The job will have many more parts depending on whereyou are working and what the business is like every day.
The job (role) of a project manager is extremely challenging and thereby exciting. Depending on the organizational structure of your organization, you may be reporting to a functional manager, a program manager, a portfolio manager, or to some other manager or executive. Nevertheless, it is your res…ponsibility to work with your team and other relevant individuals and groups, such as program managers and portfolio managers, to bring all the pieces together and make the project happen i.e., to achieve the project objectives. To do this, you need a range of skills and capabilities. They are: 1. Communication 2. Negotiation 3. Problem Solving 4. Influencing 5. Leadership ( Full Answer )
Banquet Manager or Events Manager is a mixture of Harry Potter and Merlin. Have to have plenty of energy, in order to be present in all fronts (Harry Potter) as well as the experience and the knowledge to be calm, confident and pass the image of serenity before, during and after the events (Merlin).… Please see below a rough job description: The role of event organizer will vary depending on the organization and type of event they are involved in. Typical activities include: . Researching markets to identify opportunities for events; . Liaising with clients to ascertain their precise event requirements; . Producing detailed proposals for events (e.g. timelines, venues, suppliers, legal obligations, staffing and budgets); . Securing and booking a suitable venue or location; . Ensuring insurance, legal, health and safety obligations are adhered to; . Co-coordinating venue management, caterers, stand designers, contractors and equipment hire; . Planning room layouts and the entertainment program, scheduling workshops and demonstrations; . Organizing facilities for car parking, traffic control, security, first aid, hospitality and press; . Identifying and securing speakers or special guests; . Co-coordinating staffing requirements and staff briefings; . Selling sponsorship/stand/exhibition space to potential exhibitors/partners; . Arranging accommodation for exhibitors and/or delegates; . Preparing delegate packs and papers; . Creating, implementing and monitoring marketing and PR plans; . Liaising with clients and designers to create a brand/look for the event; . Liaising with newspapers, TV, radio and other media; . Writing press releases or briefs in order to gain maximum exposure for the event; . Organizing the design and production of tickets, posters, catalogs and sales brochures; . Co-coordinating everything on the day of the event to ensure that all runs smoothly; . Handling client queries on the day and troubleshooting exhibitor and visitor problems on the day; . Overseeing the dismantling and removal of the event, and clearing the venue efficiently; . Post-event evaluation (including data entry and analysis and producing reports for event stakeholders). . Responsible for soliciting banquet business and ensuring customer satisfaction with all functions booked. . Coordinates and supervises the execution of all banquet functions to ensure clients' specifications are adhered to . Make sure that the function runs smoothly and efficiently. . Possesses knowledge of food production and service . Should have the ability to perform all position in banquet operations in order to supervise, direct, and train all banquet personnel. . Oversees management, budget, and operation of the food service outlet, catering services, and kitchen, and maintains liaison with sales department to ensure maximum profitability Additional input from Contributors: The description of a banquet manager is completely wrong!! What you have described here is a Catering Manager, not a banquet manager. Having worked as a hotel banquet manager for 10 years I can tell you with some authority that the banquet manager's job DOES NOT involve the description above: A Banquet Manager's job is to organize and run an event, NOT to SELL or PLAN it. The Catering Manager's job is to sell all aspects of an event - food, beverage, facilities, A/V (not sleeping rooms - there's a Sales Dept that handles booking guest rooms for events) - and to plan an event with the designated event planner who becomes the Catering Manager's client and the Banquet Manager's point-of-contact for the event. The Banquet Manager staffs the function based on the contract guarantee established by the Catering Manager (a standard catering contract includes a guarantee and a set # - that is; the hotel will set-up for X guests and the client must pay the minimum guaranteed # even is their actual attendance #'s falls short). I'll staff 1 waiter for 12-15 guests (at standard rounds of 10 - that's 10 guests at a 6' round table) and 1 bartender for 30-50 guests. I'll staff the party, organize the set-up, manage service, ensure that the event stays on schedule and do the paperwork at the end. The Banquet Manager is the Sergeant Major of the catering business. He or she amasses an army of waiters, housemen, stewards, cooks, bartenders and bar backs in a smooth running machine to tackle a meal, whether it's a luncheon for 30 or a dinner for 3500 including a presidential visit - which I have done 23 times (I was the Banquet Manager at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington DC, so we did a lot of political events.) They must interact with and organize departments all over the hotel - culinary, convention services, stewarding, catering, sales, housekeeping, engineering and rooms and bring all of those depts. together to produce one event. This is a massive job. Anyone who has fed 1500 guests a three-course lunch in 25 minutes can attest to the organization, energy and skill this kind of management requires. And the pressure can be enormous. Customer service has a whole different meaning when your customer is the mother of the bride!!! Banquet managers live under constant stress, moving from one disaster (What do you mean this room has been double booked!!) to another (Someone dropped the wedding cake) and handle it all with ease and professionalism to ensure that the event goes off as smoothly as possible and that hundreds - or thousands - of people leave the function pleased with the food and service. ( Full Answer )
Before taking a job, it is important to know the description of jobduties. A general manager plans, directs and coordinate theoperations of the company in which they are employed.
Approaching them with a smile as well as assisting them and Give them the best satisfaction of service I can give.
The job description of the service crew will depend on what theyare a service crew for. Usually the service crew is responsible forservicing a product or a group of people. An example would be aservice crew for a race car or a service crew in a restaurant.
What is a job description for a retail operations manager with hypermarkets and supermarkets business field?
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This job includes developing and maintaining marketing strategiesto meet company objectives. It also involves research marketconditions and competitor data. They oversee all marketing,advertising, promotional staff and activities.
Any job description will be particular to the organization and department doing the hiring. However, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, the duties and responsibilities of a sales manager are as follows. Sales managers . Sales managers direct the firm's sales program. They assign sales t…erritories, set goals, and establish training programs for the sales representatives. Sales managers advise the sales representatives on ways to improve their sales performance. In large, multi-product firms, they oversee regional and local sales managers and their staffs. Sales managers maintain contact with dealers and distributors. They analyze sales statistics gathered by their staffs to determine sales potential and inventory requirements and to monitor customers' preferences. Such information is vital in the development of products and the maximization of profits. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated below this answer box. ----------- The process of writing a sales manager job description is actually quite easy and straight-forward. The following are 7 essential elements which should be included in the job description: 1. Job Title 2. Department (division, location, etc.) 3. Reports to (title of superior, location, describe management structure) 4. Job Objective (no longer than three to four sentences) 5. Responsibilities and Accountabilities (principal duties, continuing responsibilities, and accountability) 6. Relationships and Roles (internal / external cooperation) 7. Job Specifications (necessary skills and experience required) The job description needs to communicate clearly and concisely what responsibilities and tasks the job entails and to indicate, as well, the key qualifications of the job. ( Full Answer )
According to me, the job profile of a web developer is related tothe site which includes all of these following: . All design requirements: technical and functional . Physical and logical database design. . Creates prototypes for client. . Designs, codes, and tests technical solutions. . Ident…ifies system deficiencies . Recommends solutions. ( Full Answer )
This job description tends to vary depending on the industry type. A communications manager for the airline industry will most likely involve heavy telcomm technology and will also involve some degree of public relations communications. The same title for a fast food chain will probably have this po…sition listed in the HR department and be the go-between involving labor relations and consumer experience. T. Recio Consulting ( Full Answer )
A finance manager manages accounting, administration, business records, transactions, bills, anything that is finance related to any particular business. A finance manager organizes, helps lower costs in any way possible to help a business become more profitable.
The job description of the Managing Director can be categorized into four general areas; 1. Setting the culture of the company 2. Developing strategy and direction for the company 3. Leading the executive/senior management of the company (including firing and hiring) 4. Managing Financial a…nd Physical resources It is worthy to note that the "Managing Director is paid to create the future not manage the present".. Weyinmi Edodo ( Full Answer )
You will be expected to listen to complaints, process returns and just generally keep customers happy and feeling welcomed. You need to be sympathetic to their concerns but not a complete sucker who gives in to every request.
A Business Development Manager's job description is one of those that consist of actively seeking out potential new clients by various sales pitches and a magnitude of approaches.
A business development manager is in charge of bringing newbusiness into a company. They are also responsible to help grow thebusiness.
Lobby managers are found primarily in the hospitality industry, inhotels and other guest lodging facilities. Lobby managers inspectand ensure the cleanliness of the hotel lobby. They also greet VIPguests and assist them upon arrival and departure.
A food service crew is made up of variety of workers who provide customer service, assist in kitchen processes and generally ensure customers have an enjoyable dining experience. Most food service crew workers serve as waiters and waitresses, taking orders, serving food and often handling payments. …Bartenders take drink orders, serve beer and wine, prepare mixed drinks and may need to verify patrons' ages by checking identification. Hosts and hostesses are responsible for taking reservations, welcoming and seating guests and may also operate cash registers. Food service crews typically include a bus staff, employees who assist waiters, waitresses and bartenders in the dining room and kitchen. Specific duties vary, but typically include clearing off and setting tables, stocking supplies, cleaning dishes and occasionally dropping off food, beverages and condiments. Limited service diners, such as fast food restaurants, usually do not require a full-service crew and instead employ workers who handle all food preparation , serving, dish cleaning and cashier duties. ( Full Answer )
DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY. The first thing we have to know is to learn how industry came about. This will help you understand the industry better and will aid you in protecting the future of the food service industry.. Early history of hospitality industry which dated from ancient Greec…e chronicled the practice of providing food and lodging to strangers, whether these travelers were out for religious, trade, military or diplomatic purposes, they needed to eat and rest. Thus, the food industry sprouted in many places just like railroads, highways, sea cruising ships, and air transports. Through the years, food services are no longer reserved or travelers and at inns and hotels alone. The food service industry has now become part of public and private places.. We are living in the period of great changes. Due to the applications of scientific research the pace of change has been accelerated. Technology is continuously bringing a lot of contributions to the growth of the food industry. Due to the hectic lives of most people nowadays, food preparation has become a time consuming chore which prompted people to buy food at take-out counters or fast food chains. Here are some current trends which developed in the present day living: . 1. Putting up of more fast food service types in commercial districts and shopping malls. 2. Franchising. 3. Putting up of automated vending machines and the selling of food products. 4. The introduction of new and more convenient food products. 5. The development of modern food service equipment that facilities food preparation and cooking. 6. The use of disposable ware from paper products to plastic ware , and now ,products made of Styrofoam. 7. Food delivery service system makes food readily available for meetings and parties for people who are just too busy to go out and buy their own food. 8. More advanced ways of advertising and promoting food services that attract customers. 9. Development of industrial and institutional food services such as school lunch programs, airline catering, and hospital food service. ( Full Answer )
a service manager is not a buisness manager it is infact an employee trying to get as a buisness manager. I know this as I am a buisness manager now as I was an emplyee trying to get to this level of buisness!
The job (role) of a project manager is extremely challenging and thereby exciting. Depending on the organizational structure of your organization, you may be reporting to a functional manager, a program manager, a portfolio manager, or to some other manager or executive. Nevertheless, it is your res…ponsibility to work with your team and other relevant individuals and groups, such as program managers and portfolio managers, to bring all the pieces together and make the project happen i.e., to achieve the project objectives. To do this, you need a range of skills and capabilities. They are: . 1. Communication 2. Negotiation 3. Problem Solving 4. Influencing 5. Leadership . ( Full Answer )
A purchasing manager will have a job that includes all aspects of purchasing. Their main responsibilities revolve around buying the products and services that their company needs and ensuring that they get good deals.
Co-Managers do a variety of different tasks including, but not limited to dealing with the store manager and the assistant managers and all the way down. They report directly to the store manager and typically don't do a whole lot other than the store managers paperwork and asssit the assistant mana…gers with any concerns they may have. ( Full Answer )
the demand for more food increased and this prompted more universities to ask for the services of other companies to occupy and operate some of their food and units... food services in schools are now successfully functioning and have become an integral part of the school program
The job description for an asset manager is someone that is responsible for managing and monitoring the assets of a company or individual. It my apply to both tangible and intangible assets.
The manager of a bazzar is responsible for the administration of the marketplace, including, but not limited to, the purveyance of stalls to sellers, the collection of rent, the advertising and promotion of the bazzar, and the arbitration of disputes between customers and/or merchants.
The business machine industry emerged from the industrial revolution in the latter part of the nineteenth century.
Hi, Operation analiyst or forcaster to operate the bussines in all aspects,or still we can called business head . Business head:Team Mnagemant,retail operations make the team warm and get along with them for to achive personal&professional goals. SJ.
a developing economies are the countries with a gradual improvement in their welfare and also improving in their growth rate
"Business continuity management requires an understanding of normal business practices, plus a host of special skills such as risk assessment or disaster recovery. Some universities have begun offering certificates specifically in BCM."
Wal-Mart department managers are responsible for ensuring thatthere are products in the department. Department managers are alsoresponsible for making sure there are enough people working in thedepartment.
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There are many sites one can refer to when seeking development management jobs. One can use Monster as well as Indeed as there are many opportunities and jobs listed in different cities across Canada and the USA.
The business development officer is entrusted with the job ofdeveloping business of the organisation. This includes finding outways and means to explore new markets for the product,switchingover to new products,minimization of product,overhead cost etc. Hehas to ascertain the reason for downfall in …sale figure, find outany lacunae and to suggest remedial measures thereof. ( Full Answer )
The main duties of a marketing manager are focused on generating sales or awareness of their organisations' activities by using a variety of marketing communications methods. The marketing campaigns are all measured by increase in value to the company following the campaign.
Retail management jobs require workers to supervise the salespeople working at the store. This may also include managing the schedules of employees and being responsible for personnel work, accounting, inventory, budgets, and purchases.
The basic job description for a credit manager is to be accountable for the entire credit granting process. This process includes the consistent application of credit policy, periodic credit reviews of existing customer, and the assessment of the creditworthiness of potential customers.
An office manager has a specific job description. An office manager's responsibility includes organizing office operations, preparing payroll, reviewing and approving supply requisitions, and monitoring clerical functions.
The main advantage of Business Service Management is that it creates a business model approach that revolves around the Customer and is still focused on Business. Other benefits include improving relationships with clients and customers, improvements in the quality of service, cost reductions and im…proved efficiency and a reduction in downtime and outages. ( Full Answer )
Business Development Services are designed to support businesses in growth and every day management. Business Development Services may cover all areas of a business and companies specialising in this are usually in demand.
A business intelligence manager oversees a team of employees that are responsible for end user reporting and analytic's. You can get more information about this at the Wikipedia.
There are many things that would be in a good business development job description. Examples of things that would be in a good business development job description includes marketing responsibilities and strategic analysis.
One could search on a variety of job sites for a business development manager job. Some examples would be on indeed dot com and monster dot com. Here one can search for jobs in their location and even submit resumes online. Another option would be to search the local classified section of local news…papers. ( Full Answer )