OVERVIEW: Supervises work activities of cleaning personnel to ensure clean, orderly, and attractive rooms in the lodging facility. Assigns duties, inspects work, investigates complaints regarding housekeeping service and equipment, and takes corrective action. Purchases housekeeping supplies and equipment, takes periodic inventories, screens applicants, trains new employees, and recommends dismissals.
OVERVIEW: Develops, schedules, and controls a preventive maintenance program to maintain production machinery and equipment in proper working condition. Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in maintenance, electrical, and mechanical operations. Plans a work schedule to maintain a safe and error-free condition of company property in order to achieve the best working conditions possible for all employees.
OVERVIEW: Converts data from project specifications and statements of problems and procedures to create or modify computer programs. Compiles and writes documentation for program development and subsequent revisions. Works with systems staffers to obtain and analyze project specifications and flowcharts. Directs and coordinates work of others to write, test, and modify computer programs. Trains operators to use programs.
OVERVIEW: Evaluates existing systems to improve their effectiveness and efficiency, reduces operational costs, and provides solutions to resolve information problems. Recommends new systems to meet current and future needs.
OVERVIEW: Analyzes and makes recommendations concerning hardware, software, staffing, and other resources to meet the company’s computing needs and ensure the technical validity of all computer work performed.
OVERVIEW: Plans, administers, and implements corporatewide telecommunications services to minimize costs and improve productivity.
OVERVIEW: Administrative and sales work that includes obtaining, servicing, and retaining accounts. Solicits new business from those accounts. Most contacts are by phone and are with clients, supervisors, other account representatives, and technical support staff. Responsible for contributing to revenues.
OVERVIEW: Involves the review, investigation, and attempted settlement of claims against insurance companies for property and casualty loss or damages. Main thrust is phone contact with claimants, attorneys, police officers, witnesses, health care workers, contractors, etc. Likely required to do some field work. Work is performed according to company policies and procedures, and industry standards.
OVERVIEW: Reviews insurance applications in order to evaluate, classify, and rate individuals and groups for insurance, and to recommend acceptance or rejection of applications.
OVERVIEW: Performs or assists in administrative and clerical duties for lawyers and other legal personnel, including answering the phone, typing, researching, and filing.