Most professionals dream of working and settling overseas with a brighter future. While seeking jobs and careers overseas the most important question is, if the current roles and responsibilities match the requirement overseas. Here is a list of a few roles and responsibilities of different professions that are in demand overseas. Don’t give up your dream. Become a Global Indian.

Roles & Responsibilities

IT & SOFTWARE

Software Engineer / Developer
  1. Improving system quality by identifying issues and common patterns, and developing standard operating procedures
  2. Enhancing applications by identifying opportunities for improvement, making recommendations and designing and implementing systems
  3. Maintaining and improving existing codebases and peer review code changes
  4. Liaising with colleagues to implement technical designs
  5. Investigating and using new technologies where relevant
  6. Providing written knowledge transfer material
IT Project Director
  1. Monitoring build progress, overseeing finance and ensuring project quality
  2. Making strategic decisions and providing leadership and direction to project managers to implement those decisions
  3. Meeting with clients, stakeholders and project managers to report on project progress
  4. Liaising with clients and building strong working relationships
  5. Devising cost-effective plans to enable effective project completion
  6. Managing risks to avoid delays or reputational damage
  7. Ensuring permits and legal papers are secured ahead of the project
  8. Managing project managers and enabling them to supervise and manage their own teams
  9. Working in an office and on a construction site.
Project Engineer
  1. Prepare, schedule, coordinate and monitor the assigned engineering projects
  2. Monitor compliance to applicable codes, practices, QA/QC policies, performance standards and specifications
  3. Interact daily with the clients to interpret their needs and requirements and represent them in the field
  4. Perform overall quality control of the work (budget, schedule, plans, personnel’s performance) and report regularly on project status
  5. Assign responsibilities and mentor project team
  6. Cooperate and communicate effectively with project manager and other project participants to provide assistance and technical support
  7. Review engineering deliverables and initiate appropriate corrective actions 
IT Deployment Manager
  1. Deployment managers ensure that hardware and software systems are fully deployed, implemented and functioning.
  2. They plan the roll-out process and the sequence of new systems and platforms. This includes all IT-related systems, communication systems and, in some cases, IT-driven security systems.
  3. In many instances, deployment managers must prepare engineering plans, instructions, mapped IT system diagrams and installation technical design packages.
  4. They are responsible for the going-live phase of the project. They must communicate with all departments on the progress of the project.
Service Delivery Manager
  1. Maintaining positive relationships with customers.
  2. Identifying customer needs and overseeing service delivery within the business context.
  3. Leading the service delivery team, managing conflict, and ensuring the team’s processes and tasks are carried out efficiently.
  4. Managing finances and budgets.
  5. Determining ways to reduce costs without sacrificing customer satisfaction.
  6. Assessing customer feedback and using your creativity to establish, improve, and refine services.
  7. Remaining organized and meeting deadlines.
  8. Building partnerships and liaising with team leaders to determine the company’s services, delivery criteria, and solutions for issues that may arise.
Quality Analyst
  1. Develop and execute test plans to ensure that all objectives are met.
  2. Implement and monitor test scripts to assess functionality, reliability, performance, and quality of the service or product.
  3. Identify and remedy defects within the production process.
  4. Recommend, implement, and monitor preventative and corrective actions to ensure that quality assurance standards are achieved.
  5. Compile and analyze statistical data.
  6. Ensure that user expectations are met during the testing process.
  7. Draft quality assurance policies and procedures.
  8. Investigate customer complaints and product issues.
  9. Ensure ongoing compliance with quality and industry regulatory requirements.
Business Analyst
  1. A professional business analyst plays a big role in moving an organization toward efficiency, productivity, and profitability.
  2. The foremost priority for any business analyst will be to try understanding following things
  • Understand what business does and how it does
  • Determine how to improve existing business processes
  • Identify the steps or tasks to support the implementation of new features
  • Design the new features to implement
  • Analyze the impact of implementing new features
  • Implement the new features
Testing Lead / Manager
  1. Building up and leading the Testing Team to the success of project
  2. Defining the scope of testing within the context of each release / delivery
  3. Deploying and managing resources for testing
  4. Applying the appropriate test measurements and metrics in the product and the Testing Team
  5. Planning, deploying and managing the testing effort for any given engagement.
Pre-Sales Manager
  1. Planning of sales strategies, the positioning in contrast to the competitors and the demonstration of the business
  2. Preparation of presentations about the products or services with all their values for the usage of the sales department
  3. Creation of marketing concepts
  4. Coordination and organization of demand generating activities like tradeshows, company events or customer workshops
  5. Engagement with the customers and interpretation of their needs and derivation of advice for prospective products that are aligned with the customers’ demands 
Sales & Marketing
Sales & Marketing Executive
  1. Conduct market research to identify selling possibilities and evaluate customer needs
  2. Actively seek out new sales opportunities through cold calling, networking and social media
  3. Set up meetings with potential clients and listen to their wishes and concerns
  4. Prepare and deliver appropriate presentations on products and services
  5. Create frequent reviews and reports with sales and financial data
  6. Ensure the availability of stock for sales and demonstrations
  7. Participate on behalf of the company in exhibitions or conferences
  8. Negotiate/close deals and handle complaints or objections
  9. Collaborate with team members to achieve better results
Sales & Marketing Head
  1. Promoting the company’s existing brands and introducing new products to the market.
  2. Analyzing budgets, preparing annual budget plans, scheduling expenditures, and ensuring that the sales team meets their quotas and goals.
  3. Researching and developing marketing opportunities and plans, understanding consumer requirements, identifying market trends, and suggesting system improvements to achieve the company’s marketing goals.
  4. Gathering, investigating, and summarizing market data and trends to draft reports.
  5. Implementing new sales plans and advertising.
  6. Recruiting, training, scheduling, coaching, and managing marketing and sales teams to meet sales and marketing human resource objectives.
  7. Maintaining relationships with important clients by making regular visits, understanding their needs, and anticipating new marketing opportunities.
  8. Staying current in the industry by attending educational opportunities, conferences, and workshops, reading publications, and maintaining personal and professional networks.
Channel Sales Manager
  1. Identify, recruit and on-board new channel partners within assigned territory.
  2. Manage sales activities of partners to generate revenue.
  3. Coordinate with partners to create and execute business plans to meet sales goals.
  4. Analyze market trends and accordingly develop sales plans to increase brand awareness.
  5. Evaluate partner sales performance and recommend improvements.
  6. Educate partners about product portfolio and complimentary services offered.
  7. Address partner related issues, sales conflicts and pricing issues in a timely manner.
  8. Manage sales pipeline, forecast monthly sales and identify new business opportunities.
  9. Develop positive working relationship with partners to build business.
  10. Stay current with latest developments in marketplace and competitor activities.
  11. Communicate up-to-date information about new products and enhancements to partners.
  12. Develop process improvements to optimize partner management activities.
  13. Work with partners to develop sale proposals, quotations, and pricings.
  14. Deliver customer presentations and attend sales meetings and partner conferences.
  15. Assist in partner marketing activities such as tradeshows, campaigns and other promotional activities.
Media Marketing Manager / Digital Marketing Manager
  1. Design and oversee all aspects of our digital marketing department including our marketing database, email, and display advertising campaigns.
  2. Develop and monitor campaign budgets.
  3. Plan and manage our social media platforms.
  4. Prepare accurate reports on our marketing campaign’s overall performance.
  5. Coordinate with advertising and media experts to improve marketing results.
  6. Identify the latest trends and technologies affecting our industry.
  7. Evaluate important metrics that affect our website traffic, service quotas, and target audience.
  8. Work with your team to brainstorm new and innovative growth strategies.
  9. Oversee and manage all contests, giveaways, and other digital projects.
Digital Planner
  1. Develop integrated digital media strategies.
  2. Prepare and deliver presentations.
  3. Coordinate the implementation of digital media plans.
  4. Create and manage digital campaign budgets.
  5. Negotiate and purchase digital advertising space.
  6. Collaborate with internal departments to deliver fully integrated campaigns.
  7. Track digital campaign performance.
  8. Analyze campaign metrics, prepare performance reports, and provide recommendations.
  9. Monitor market trends and identify new digital opportunities.
Brand Development Manager
  1. Creating brand strategies such as positioning, scheduling, and deciding on the selling platform.
  2. They are also in charge of creating new branded items and selling initiatives, marketing the company image and positioning throughout the industry, building strong customer relationships, developing and executing customer pricing and promotions, as well as analyzing trends in the sales performance and adjusting plans accordingly in order to meet the sales target.
  3. Brand development managers also provide forecasts for branded products; create, contribute, and present sales presentations; and collaborate with the sales and marketing teams to ensure product requirements are achieved.
  4. They also assist in the development of a branded marketing plan; analyze the market and the competition to support the Brand Manager in setting a new product pricing; collaborate with a cross-functional team to reduce finished goods inventory and errors and omissions.
Area Sales Manager
  1. Maintaining and increasing sales of your company’s products
  2. Reaching the targets and goals set for your area
  3. Establishing, maintaining and expanding your customer base
  4. Servicing the needs of your existing customers
  5. Increasing business opportunities through various routes to market
  6. Setting sales targets for individual reps and your team as a whole
  7. Recruiting and training sales staff
  8. Allocating areas to sales representatives
  9. Developing sales strategies and setting targets
  10. Monitoring your team’s performance and motivating them to reach targets
  11. Compiling and analysing sales figures
  12. Possibly dealing with some major customer accounts yourself
  13. Collecting customer feedback and market research
  14. Reporting to senior managers
  15. Keeping up to date with products and competitors
Agency Manager
  1. Recruiting, screening, and training new agents.
  2. Analyzing performance and drawing up action plans.
  3. Establishing strong relationships with staff and clients.
  4. Ensuring all staff exercise good time management.
  5. Obeying agency regulations, guidelines, and policies, and ensuring staff do the same.
  6. Researching current industry/market trends and using knowledge for business improvement.
Engineer
Mechanical Engineer
  1. Work on product-sustaining projects, which involve replacement or redesign for obsolete components, product improvement features, cost reduction, manufacturing support, and field complaints
  2. Prepare assembly or product layout and detailed drawings, and participate in the manufacture or building of prototype product or system
  3. Provide tolerances studies, apply GD&T, conduct stress-analysis studies, develop reliability testing procedures, and generates appropriate design verification reports
  4. Design testing methods to analyze product capabilities and troubleshoot any mechanical or structural flaws
  5. Ensure that design implementation, test, and maintenance methods/processes are developed and executed in a manner that supports company quality standards
  6. Participate in scheduled department meetings to report progress of overall project or portion of project, and prepare and give design presentations, and mentor junior engineers
Telecom Engineer
  1. Reviews Client’s technical documentation and requirements.
  2. Controls subcontracted discipline engineering documents.
  3. Defines engineering requirements.
  4. Prepares the technical documentation for systems and telecommunication requisitions and performs the technical evaluations.
  5. Provides technical support to Project group.
  6. Optimizes systems ensuring minimal cost and simplification in compliance with the required performance.
  7. Prepares specification of Telecom systems.
  8. Prepares telecommunication equipment data sheets.
  9. Prepares specification of systems (safety, ESD, F&G).
  10. Prepares functional analysis (control, ESD, F&G…).
  11. Prepares systems and telecommunication material take-off.
  12. Implements detail engineering activities (layouts, routings, supports…).
  13. Performs the F.A.T. (Factory Acceptance Test) 
Civil Engineer
  1. Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field, accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers.
  2. Registration/Licensure as a Professional Engineer may be required.
  3. A minimum of five years’ industry knowledge may be strongly desired.
  4. Familiarity with design software, such as Autodesk, AutoCad Civil 3D, and MicroStation.
  5. Knowledge of map creation software and photo imaging software.
  6. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills, with a high level of accuracy in calculations and design.
  7. Excellent time management skills to ensure project deadlines are met.
  8. Leadership skills to effectively manage a diverse group of professionals working on one project.
  9. Ability to coordinate more than one project at a time. 
Construction Manager
  1. Manage and oversee the day-to-day construction management of the project.
  2. Prepares, supervises and approves the development of PEP [from construction point of view], and its implementation plus ensuring Lessons Learned are properly documented through out the life of the project including Project Close-out
  3. Manage the construction effort and be the construction representative of our company with Client. To plan, develop and organize the construction effort to formulate the most cost-effective plan to timely completion within budget and to implement the execution of that plan. Responsible for implementation of the scope of work as related to construction/ fabrication, recommissioning, load-out and offshore installation hook-up and offshore pre-commissioning and commissioning of the facilities in conformance with project specifications, Scope of Work, and in accordance with the approved Project Schedule.
  4. Monitor and report to Project Manager / Sr Construction Manager of project details, including progress, risks and opportunities in a timely manner.
  5. Ensures all changes to specifications, work scope and drawings are documented
  6. Define clear roles & responsibilities and deliverable requirements in terms of both scope and schedule to all the team members.
  7. Review man-hours and duration forecasts to completion for onshore construction and man-hours, duration and manning forecasts for offshore hook-up and offshore installation durations and resource requirements.
  8. Monitor construction productivity and schedule performance and investigate reasons for less than satisfactory performance. Provide recommendations and institute measures for improvement by modification to operating procedures/work instructions.
  9. Adhere to Company Safety Standards and promote safety culture among the ranks throughout the Company.
  10. Any other ad-hoc projects and duties as required by the management.
Reservoir Engineer
  1. Interpret field and individual well performance, sand & contaminants trends using the appropriate and / or latest technique to ensure optimum and economical petroleum resources production.
  2. Support delivery of petroleum resources production allocation and volume balance reports to management.
  3. Participate in technical review or collaborative study on reservoir management & studies as per TOKYO HQ request.  Analyse the reservoir characterization required for evaluating petroleum reserves.
  4. Develop field development plan & reservoir management strategy by using reservoir simulation model.
  5. Support reservoir surveillances operation and analyse surveillances data & results to formulate the production constraint mitigation strategy/plan and recommendations to increase asset value.
  6. Assist Senior RE to prepare Resource Assessment section’s CAPEX & OPEX forecast for WP&B.  Keep abreast of new technology and integrate innovative technology, to apply for production enhancement opportunities.
  7. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with field operational sections (Petroleum Engineering, Drilling, Project, Production & Operation sections).
Marine Engineer
  1. Support Marine Operations and Vessel Assurance teams on machinery systems.
  2. Support Marine Projects groups to develop and implement work scopes of machinery systems.
  3. Supervise changes and update marine regulations and notify appropriate party in company.
  4. Oversee new propulsion retrofitted on company’s current ships or fitted to future new ship orders.
  5. Attend vessel drydockings to assess and inspect machinery, resolve issues and support Marine Operations.
  6. Ensure safe and efficient operations of marine engineering functions.
  7. Operate, maintain and oversee machinery, engineering equipment and vessel systems.
  8. Handle records and machinery status logs on vital plant equipment and ensure spare parts inventory.
  9. Handle engineering manuals, schematics and blueprints in good order.
  10. Administer lube oil quality, jacket water treatment, potable water and bulk stores.
  11. Assist in new marine system upgrades installation onboard US Navy ships.
  12. Troubleshoot new system upgrades onboard US Navy ships.
  13. Inspect shipboard through data collection and configuration validation.
  14. Check equipment, isolate issues and affect repairs.
  15. Manage engine room watch when vessel in underway.
Automation Engineer
  1. Identifying and selecting the automation test cases
  2. Applying various designs and documenting the automation test strategy
  3. Creating an automation test plan and getting approval
  4. Configuring Selenium Test Environment (STE) in order to set it up
  5. Participating in Selenium Environment Setup with an Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
  6. Automating the design of a framework
  7. Implementing it as per the structure of the project
  8. Creating, enhancing, debugging, and running the test cases
  9. Collating and monitoring the defect management process
  10. Managing the changes and executing regression tests
  11. Coming up with exact solutions for problems related to object identity and error handling
  12. Interacting with customers/clients to solve the various issues they face and updating on the situation
Project Engineer
  1. Prepare, schedule, coordinate and monitor the assigned engineering projects
  2. Monitor compliance to applicable codes, practices, QA/QC policies, performance standards and specifications
  3. Interact daily with the clients to interpret their needs and requirements and represent them in the field
  4. Perform overall quality control of the work (budget, schedule, plans, personnel’s performance) and report regularly on project status
  5. Assign responsibilities and mentor project team
  6. Cooperate and communicate effectively with project manager and other project participants to provide assistance and technical support
  7. Review engineering deliverables and initiate appropriate corrective actions
Instrumentation Engineer
  1. Designing and developing new control systems
  2. Testing, maintaining and modifying existing systems
  3. Analysing data and presenting findings in written reports
  4. Managing operations
  5. Working collaboratively with design engineers, operation engineers, purchasers and other internal staff
  6. Liaising with clients, suppliers, contractors and relevant authorities (e.g. the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority)
  7. Project management within cost and time constrained environments
  8. Understanding and ensuring compliance with relevant health and safety regulations and quality standards
  9. Providing advice and consultancy support
  10. Purchasing equipment
  11. Writing computer software and test procedures
  12. Developing new business proposals.
Finance & HR
Accountant
  1. Reconciling the company’s bank statements and bookkeeping ledgers
  2. Completing analysis of the employee expenditures
  3. Managing income and expenditure accounts
  4. Generating the company’s financial reports using income and expenditure data
  5. Keeping a check on the company’s finances based on financial status
  6. Filing and remitting taxes and other financial obligations
  7. Initiating and managing financial and accounting software used by the company
Finance Analyst
  1. Analyzing current and past financial data
  2. Looking at current financial performance and identifying trends
  3. Preparing reports on the above information and communicating the insights of these reports to the wider business
  4. Consulting with the management team to develop long-term commercial plans
  5. Suggesting budgets and improvements based on the above information
  6. Exploring different investment opportunities
  7. Developing financial models and providing financial forecasts
  8. Developing initiatives and policies that may improve financial growth
Trade Analyst
  1. Experience in handling Trade Promotion Management
  2. Establish relationships with Clients, Sales and Customers
  3. Develop pre and post event analysis of the Trade promotion activities and determine where profit can be increased, what can be improved and what should be changed
  4. Validate Trade deductions and create/modify Promotions and rebates
  5. Confer with staff to discuss issues, coordinate activities or resolve problems
  6. Take corrective action to solve organizational problems
  7. Responsible to maintain overall deductions balance targets given by the Organization
Finance Manager
  1. Collecting, interpreting and reviewing financial information
  2. Predicting future financial trends
  3. Reporting to management and stakeholders, and providing advice how the company and future business decisions might be impacted
  4. Producing financial reports related to budgets, account payables, account receivables, expenses etc.
  5. Developing long-term business plans based on these reports
  6. Reviewing, monitoring and managing budgets
  7. Developing strategies that work to minimize financial risk
  8. Analyzing market trends and competitors
Tax Consultant
  1. Recommend appropriate strategies to all management to reduce all obligations and determine complexity of all issues.
  2. Collaborate with various departments to ensure achievement of all organizational objectives.
  3. Assist pricing group members to design and implement all company transfer policy and prepare plans for all tax departments.
  4. Coordinate with business units to administer all personnel for various departments.
  5. Analyze all pricing strategies and facilitate all business transactions and assist IP management to integrate all acquisitions.
  6. Develop all data for intercompany policies and implement all changes and assist to prepare records for all tax returns.
  7. Prepare all work paper for all income tax returns and maintain knowledge on all develop and trends for insurance industry and assist to processes all tax procedures.
  8. Coordinate with internal audit tax team and prepare all audit reports and ensure compliance to all transfer policies and manage all intercompany transactions.
Healthcare
General Physician
  1. Examine patients for illness or injury, plan and provide treatment in the form of medicines and therapies and refer them to specialist providers if necessary
  2. Conduct routine adult physicals as well as youth sports physicals
  3. Practice active listening and excellent communication skills with patients, their families and all staff, addressing patient concerns as the highest priority
  4. Document treatments on digital charting software, adhering to Community Clinic’s medical charting standards, including ongoing progress notes and test results
  5. Work with other physicians and supportive staff as a team in order to collaborate on diagnoses and perform procedures such as splinting broken bones, stabilizing a patient for hospital transport and wound suturing
  6. Provide education to patients and families regarding medical conditions and their treatment options as well as preventative care strategies of nutrition, exercise and hygiene
  7. Order laboratory tests such as white blood cell count, blood sugar and x rays and interpret test results
Cardiologist
  1. Examine patients and assess their condition
  2. Explain the risks of prohibited activities to patients
  3. Give health advice to patients
  4. Write proper prescriptions to treat chronic cardiovascular diseases
  5. Diagnose and evaluate patients with heart-related conditions
  6. Perform surgical procedures on patients with heart-related conditions
  7. Measure and track the improvement of patients’ health
  8. Oversee and educate student residents
  9. Command laboratory research
  10. Ensure adherence to relevant laws and regulations
Ophthalmologist
  1. Ensure high-quality patient care
  2. Work in multidisciplinary team with other doctors and staff
  3. Conduct routine eye examination
  4. Perform tests on patients
  5. Prescribe initial eye care products
  6. Perform minor surgeries
  7. Provide specialized eye treatments and therapy
  8. Prescribe various treatment plans
  9. Inform Optometrist about patient condition
  10. Instruct interns, residents, or others in ophthalmologic procedures and techniques
  11. Stay up to date with trends in the care, diagnosis and treatment of eye disorders
  12. Develop or implement plans and procedures for ophthalmologic services
Pediatrician
  1. Conduct regular thorough examinations on newborns and young children to check and record their health and normal physical development
  2. Examine sick children to determine their condition and ask intuitive questions to gather information about symptoms
  3. Reach an informed diagnosis based on scientific knowledge and individual medical history
  4. Prescribe medications and give detailed instructions for administration
  5. Prescribe and interpret appropriate lab tests to gain more information for possible infections or abnormalities
  6. Prepare and administer vaccines according to the governmental vaccination plan
  7. Examine and treat injuries and refer the little patients to physicians of other disciplines when necessary (e.g. surgeons, ophthalmologists, orthopedists etc.)
  8. Advise parents on children’s diet, exercise and disease preventive measures
  9. Keep updated records of patients’ illnesses, surgeries or other medical episodes (allergic shocks, injuries etc.)
  10. Keep abreast of advancements in pediatrics and best practices by attending seminars and conferences
Dentist
  1. Meeting with patients to discuss and treat dental concerns, performing regular cleanings and other preventative procedures, and establish a plan for better dental hygiene.
  2. Performing dental procedures, such as extractions, root canals, and filling cavities.
  3. Correcting bite issues and overcrowding.
  4. Applying helpful agents to teeth, such as sealants or whiteners.
  5. Prescribing medications for dental problems, such as pain medications or antibiotics.
  6. Giving clients sedatives or anesthesia prior to administering treatments.
  7. Ordering diagnostic measures, such as x-rays, models, etc.
  8. Using tools, such as drills, probes, brushes, or mirrors, to examine and treat teeth and mouth.
  9. Keeping records relating to the oral health of patients and the treatments given to them.
  10. Managing and communicating with other staff members to provide care to patients.
Nurse / Ward Administrator / Hospital Administrator
  1. Serve as a liaison among governing boards, medical staff and department managers.
  2. Organize, control and coordinate services as per the hospital board regulations.
  3. Perform all duties within HIPAA regulations.
  4. Oversee the development and implementation of programs and policies for patient services, quality assurance, public relations and department activities.
  5. Evaluate personnel and prepare daily reports.
  6. Assist with recruitment, consenting, screening and enrolment of personnel.
  7. Practice financial acumen in managing budgets.
  8. Authorize admissions/treatment as per agreed protocols.
  9. Ensure that stock levels are adequate and orders are made on time.
  10. Communicate medical results to patients under clinical supervision.
  11. Sterilize instruments in accordance with OSHA requirements.
  12. Complete timely and accurate documentation of patient visits.
X-Ray Technician
  1. Verifying patients’ identity and reviewing Physicians’ orders before beginning x-ray procedures.
  2. Using x-ray equipment to take radiographic images of patients’ bones, tissues, and organs as per Physicians’ written orders.
  3. Explaining x-ray procedures to patients and answering their questions.
  4. Positioning patients accordingly, which may include lifting and moving patients with limited mobility.
  5. Limiting patients’ exposure to radiation by placing lead shields on patients where needed.
  6. Ensuring that the x-rays taken are of sound quality to prevent repeat procedures.
  7. Working closely with the resident Radiologist to determine whether further tests are required.
  8. Ensuring that the x-ray equipment is regularly serviced and in good working order.
  9. Promptly notifying management of damaged or malfunctioning x-ray equipment.
  10. Maintaining an accurate record of completed x-ray procedures.
Hospitality
Front Office Executive
  1. Greet clients and set a positive office atmosphere.
  2. Answer the phone, take messages, and redirect calls to appropriate offices.
  3. Organize and maintain files and records; update when necessary.
  4. Create and maintain updated documents and spreadsheets.
  5. Oversee sorting and distribution of incoming mail.
  6. Prepare outgoing mail (envelopes, packages, etc.)
  7. Operate office equipment, such as photocopier, printers, etc.
  8. Organize bookkeeping and issue invoices/checks.
  9. Record meeting minutes and dictations.
  10. Perform inventory of office supplies and order what is needed.
Chef / Chef-de-partie
  1. Preparing specific food items and meal components at your station.
  2. Following directions provided by the head chef.
  3. Collaborating with the rest of the culinary team to ensure high-quality food and service.
  4. Keeping your area of the kitchen safe and sanitary.
  5. Stocktaking and ordering supplies for your station.
  6. Improving your food preparation methods based on feedback.
  7. Assisting in other areas of the kitchen when required.
Chef / Chef-de-partie
  1. The overall running of the hotel
  2. Hiring and management of the hotel management team
  3. Management of the: Staff; Finance and Budgets; Marketing and Sales
  4. Renovations, maintenance and new projects
  5. Public relations and dealing with the media
Housekeeping Executive / Manager / Supervisor
  1. Assigning housekeeping tasks to staff and inspecting work to ensure that the prescribed standards of cleanliness are met.
  2. Scheduling staff shifts and organizing replacements as required.
  3. Investigating and addressing complaints regarding poor housekeeping service.
  4. Providing training to the housekeeping staff.
  5. Regularly taking inventory of cleaning supplies and ordering stock as needed.
  6. Issuing cleaning supplies and equipment to housekeeping staff as needed.
  7. Screening housekeeping applicants and recommending promotions, transfers, and dismissals.
  8. Performing various cleaning duties in instances of staff shortages.
Hotel / Restaurant Manager
  1. Ensuring incoming staff complies with company policy
  2. Training staff to follow restaurant procedures
  3. Maintaining safety and food quality standards
  4. Keeping customers happy and handling complaints
  5. Organizing schedules
  6. Keeping track of employees’ hours
  7. Recording payroll data
  8. Ordering food, linens, gloves and other supplies while staying within budget limitations
Waiter / Food Serving Executive / Table Manager
  1. Provide the perfect service experience for every Guest
  2. Ensure the Guest feels important and welcome in the restaurant
  3. Ensure hot food is hot and cold food is cold
  4. Adhere to timing standards for products and services
  5. Look for ways to consolidate service and increase table turns
  6. Present menu, answer questions and make suggestions regarding food and beverage
  7. Serve the Guest in an accommodating manner
  8. Must know all food liquor, beer, wine and retail offered
  9. Apply positive suggestive sales approach to guide Guests
  10. Pre-bus tables; maintain table cleanliness, bus tables
  11. Looks for ways to avoid waste and limit costs
  12. Assist in keeping the restaurant clean and safe
  13. Provide responsible service of alcoholic beverages
  14. Deliver food and beverages to any table as needed
  15. Must follow all cash handling policies and procedures
  16. Report to property on time and in proper uniform
Education
School Teacher
  1. Develop and issue educational content including notes, tests, and assignments.
  2. Supervise classes to ensure all students are learning in a safe and productive environment.
  3. Organize supplies and resources for lectures and presentations.
  4. Deliver personalized instruction to each student by encouraging interactive learning.
  5. Plan and implement educational activities and events.
  6. Ensure your classroom is clean and orderly.
  7. Prepare and distribute periodic progress reports and semester report cards.
  8. Attend parent-teacher meetings.
  9. Evaluate and document students’ progress.
  • Allocate and grade homework, assignments, and tests.
Professor / Assistant Professor
  1. Developing curricula and delivering course material.
  2. Conducting research, fieldwork, and investigations, and writing up reports.
  3. Publishing research, attending conferences, delivering presentations, and networking with others in the field.
  4. Traveling to other universities or academic settings to participate in learning opportunities and gain experience.
  5. Participating in committee, departmental, and faculty meetings.
  6. Providing training and mentoring to teaching assistants and junior lecturers.
  7. Reviewing methods and teaching materials and making recommendations for improvement.
  8. Assisting with student recruitment, interviews, and academic counseling sessions.
  9. Contributing to the creation of an environment that promotes growth, equality, and freedom of speech.
School Administrator
  1. Manage budgets, logistics and events or meetings
  2. Handle scheduling, record-keeping and reporting
  3. Ensure the school complies with relevant laws and regulations
  4. Develop and run educational programs
  5. Hire, train and advise staff
  6. Counsel students when needed
  7. Resolve conflicts and other issues
  8. Communicate with parents, regulatory bodies and the public
  9. Have a hand in the creation of the school curriculum
  10. Implement actions that improve the school and the quality of education (e.g. building renovations, new guidelines for students, new subjects)
  11. Help shape and uphold the vision of the school
Principal
  1. Oversee day-to-day school operations
  2. Manage school logistics and budgets
  3. Set learning goals for students and teachers based on national curricula
  4. Monitor and report on teacher performance
  5. Present data from school performance to board members
  6. Research new resources and techniques to improve teaching
  7. Interview and hire school personnel
  8. Review and implement school policies
  9. Provide guidance and counseling to teachers
  10. Handle emergencies and school crises
  11. Organize school events and assemblies
  12. Ensure a safe and clean environment for students (e.g. implementing hygiene rules)
  13. Attend conferences to gain knowledge on current educational trends 
Trainer
  1. Develop a schedule to assess training needs
  2. Conduct employee surveys and interviews
  3. Consult with other trainers, managers, and leadership
  4. Track and compile collected data
  5. Conceptualize training materials based on data and research
  6. Communicate training needs and online resources
  7. Create training strategies, initiatives, and materials
  8. Contact and utilize outside vendors and resources for instructional technology
  9. Test and review created materials
  10. Maintain a database of all training materials
  11. Instruct employee training and onboarding
  12. Conduct training through new materials
  13. Review employee performance and learning
  14. Coordinate and monitor enrollment, schedules, costs, and equipment.

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