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Business Manager

Business Managers play a central role in overseeing a company’s activities and managing its employees. Depending on the size of the company, a Business Manager might oversee a small team and ensure all business activity is in line with the company’s overall goals or manage a certain section of a large company’s business. Business Managers are required across a range of industries from aged care and child care to sales and finance and more. This broad spectrum of employment opportunities can provide variety to a Business Manager’s career.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop goals for the company to guide it towards business success
  • Ensure the company has plans in place to meet its goals
  • Manage the company’s employees and their activities

Why It’s Great

As a Business Manager you’ll work in a fast-paced environment with a range of people. You’ll put your leadership skills and talent to good use, guiding others to meet the goals of the company through your carefully devised business strategies. Business Managers can multi-task effectively, are highly organised and great at communicating with others. You’ll thrive on the ongoing challenge of pushing yourself and others to continually improve the company and meet its evolving goals.

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Human Resources Manager

If you like working with people and are intuitive when it comes to reading others, a Human Resources Manager role could be perfect for you. Manage a company’s recruitment and staffing to achieve business success. Company culture with a focus on productivity and quality work is a must for any business. As a Human Resources Manager you will use your exceptional interpersonal skills and flair for written and verbal communication to recruit and shape a workforce that is perfect for a company. You’ll be in charge of developing policies to guide staff behaviour and act as the go-to person for issues within teams.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop an effective workforce for a company
  • Develop processes and indicators for achievement of employee goals
  • Monitor and manage the health and safety of the workforce
  • Organise recruitment and staffing
  • Manage employee relations

Why It’s Great

Human Resources Managers help companies to achieve goals by developing a workforce of committed, supported individuals. Using your leadership skills and ability to communicate with others in a really effective way, you can make a real difference not only to a company but also to individuals’ experience in the workplace. You will create processes that support people to do their best work and lead happy, fulfilling work lives. Human Resources Managers are at the heart of a great team and your work, while challenging at times, will make a real difference.

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Executive Assistant

The role of Executive Assistant is crucial to many businesses, providing support to executives and managing important information.

 

Working as an Executive Assistant can involve a variety of responsibilities depending on the industry, however generally the position involves a combination of high level administration tasks, research and client liaison. Tasks like managing an executive’s calendar, making travel arrangements and preparing presentations can be expected. Most Executive Assistant jobs are full time and require a high level of organisational skills as well as the ability to prioritise workloads, time management, effective communication and reporting skills. Executive Assistants roles are indoors in a professional office setting. They are found in many companies, universities, schools, government organisations and not-for-profits.

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage the smooth operation of the office daily
  • Maintain files and records
  • Prepare correspondence including emails, reports and presentations
  • Schedule meetings and managing the executive’s calendar

Why It’s Great

Working in a professional environment with plenty of interaction with people makes the role of Executive Assistant one that is fast-paced and fun. You are the executive’s go-to and your role is often central to their success, so you’ll always know that you are important. Executive Assistants need to be flexible and able to quickly reprioritise based on changes in their employer’s schedule. As the first point of contact for many, your role involves plenty of communication with others, while the research aspects of the job means you’re constantly learning new things so you’ll never get bored.

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Team Leader

To reach their full potential, every team needs a Team Leader. This role is vital to the success of the team and the business as a whole. Manage a team, offering the support and guidance its members need to achieve a company’s goals. As Team Leader you will be responsible for overseeing the team, ensuring they are productive and on track to reach assigned deadlines. You’ll need to maintain an open line of communication for your team to succeed, which means you have well developed communication skills. Keep your team working together smoothly and optimise performance by identifying training needs.

Key Responsibilities

  • Set clear goals for your team
  • Create an environment in which your team feels motivated and inspired
  • Delegate tasks and workloads for team members
  • Provide support to your team

Why It’s Great

This role combines your organisation and planning skills with your people skills. Team Leaders are required in a vast range of industries and departments. Working in a Team Leader role can be challenging as you put your strategising skills to the test, setting the right goals and delegating tasks to the right team members. It is also a very rewarding role — a great Team Leader can create a fantastic working environment, which not only makes your work life fun but makes the workplace enjoyable for your team too. The sense of accomplishment when you are a Team Leader means this job is highly satisfying and continually working towards a better way to achieve your goals and challenge yourself.

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Sales Team Coordinator

The role of Sales Team Coordinator is necessary for a company’s sales team to have the support they need to achieve sales goals and continually build on their targets. Both employees and customers will look to the Sales Team Coordinator for assistance. Customers may need product information or speak to someone in this role when leaving feedback. Employees rely on the Sales Team Coordinator to optimise their performance through effective sales strategies and measurement. Keep the sales team in shape

Key Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the sales team
  • Create a plan to meet monthly/quarterly/yearly sales goals
  • Respond to queries or complaints from customers
  • Offer sales and after-sales support as needed

Why It’s Great

Working as a Sales Team Coordinator you can combine your interpersonal skills with your talent for sales strategies and goal setting. With the opportunity to measure the effectiveness of yours and your team’s approaches, you can thrive on the challenge of continually improving your results and even extending your targets above and beyond expectation. Sales Team Coordinators enjoy a role that involves plenty of in-person interactions — perfect if you like to chat and help others. You’ll also get to put your problem-solving and strategising skills to the test to get the most out of your sales team.

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