OVERVIEW: On-air radio or television work involving the routine announcing of programs, commercials, news, public service information, or other material from scripts. Researches topics of interest to audiences, and selects and interviews appropriate guests. Interacts with immediate supervisors and sales/marketing individuals who provide the information on products or services, and discusses style and length of copy. Helps select announcement topics.
OVERVIEW: Oversees and monitors policies and programs that produce collateral materials, such as posters, contests, coupons, or give-aways, to create extra interest in the purchase of a product or service for a department or the entire organization.
OVERVIEW: Writes copy for space and media advertising, brochures, newsletters, product releases, and other corporate communications.
OVERVIEW: Plans and directs company advertising campaigns by identifying current and potential customer requirements, developing a campaign strategy to promote company products, and presenting proposals, concepts, copy, and mock-ups.
OVERVIEW: Plans, coordinates, and directs advertising campaigns for clients, while adhering to an approved budget.
OVERVIEW: Takes and transcribes minutes at company meetings; executes routine secretarial assignments, including dictated, written, or composed correspondence; performs a variety of general clerical duties; supplies work coordination suggestions for others; and does related work as required.
OVERVIEW: Greets all visitors courteously, determines their needs, and directs them to the proper person and/or office. Maintains security by following procedures, monitoring logbook, and issuing visitor badges. Answers telephone, directing calls to the proper person/department.
OVERVIEW: Supervises and coordinates the activities of office services, customer service, data processing, shipping/receiving and maintenance. Negotiates contracts, and supervises vendors and outside contractors.
The explosion of of iPods, satellite radio and Internet music stations make it easy for employees to create their own personal soundspcape at work. You’ll find plenty of studies on the productivity benefits. But tell that to the guy whose cubicle neighbor is jamming to his favorite Whitesnake playist. HR would be wise to set a music policy BEFORE it encounters complaints or even legal risks …
OVERVIEW: Coordinates and performs word processing functions on department equipment; provides management support through text management and file search operations; coordinates and trains individuals in the use, and provides expertise about, the various capabilities of department software; and serves as liaison to equipment users, department staff, and computer center personnel.