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Related job titles: • Bank manager • Insurance manager Salary rates: New entrant: £29,500 Experienced worker: £37,300 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2016]Example job tasks • plans the optimum utilisation of staff and operating equipment, and co-ordinates maintenance activities to ensure least possible disruption to services; • examines traffic reports, load patterns, traffic receipts and other data and revises transport services or freight rates accordingly; • directs the movement, handling and storage of freight in transit, and reviews space utilisation, staffing and distribution expenditure to determine future distribution policies; • ensures that regulations regarding hours of work, the licensing of crews and transport equipment, the operational safety and efficiency of equipment, the insurance of vehicles and other statutory regulations are complied with; • ensures that harbour channels and berths are maintained and liaises with ship owners, crew, customs officials, dock and harbour staff to arrange entry, berthing and servicing of ships; • supervises day-to-day activities in a railway station; • arranges for maintenance of airport runways and buildings, liaises with fuel and catering crews to ensure adequate supplies and resolves any complaints and problems raised by airport users.
Related job titles: • Fleet manager • Transport manager Salary rates: New entrant: £25,000 Experienced worker: £29,200 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2016]Example job tasks • liaises with senior officers to determine staff, financial and other short- and long-term needs; • plans, directs and co-ordinates general policing for an area or functional unit; • directs and monitors the work of subordinate officers; • establishes contacts and sources of information concerning crimes planned or committed; • directs and co-ordinates the operation of record keeping systems and the preparation of reports.
Related job titles: • Bid manager • Purchasing manager Salary rates: New entrant: £26,800 Experienced worker: £35,700 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2016]Example job tasks • liaises with client to discuss product/service to be marketed and develops the most appropriate strategy to deliver the objectives; • defines target group and implements strategy through appropriate media planning work; • conceives advertising campaign to impart the desired product image in an effective and economical way; • reviews and revises campaign strategy in light of sales figures, surveys, etc.
and takes appropriate corrective measures if necessary; • stays abreast of changes in media, readership or viewing figures and advertising rates; • directs the arranging of conferences, exhibitions, seminars, etc.
and evaluates efficiency of existing operations; • considers alternative work procedures to improve productivity; • stays abreast of relevant legislation, considers its impact on the organisation’s HR strategy and recommends appropriate action.
Related job titles: • Marketing director • Sales director Salary rates: New entrant: £33,300 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2014 (no 2015 or 2016 equivalent data available)] Experienced worker: £49,700 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2016]Example job tasks • determines what goods, services and equipment need to be sourced; • devises purchasing policies, decides on whether orders should be put out to tender and evaluates suppliers’ bids; • negotiates prices and contracts with suppliers and draws up contract documents; • arranges for quality checks of incoming goods and ensures suppliers deliver on time; • interviews suppliers’ representatives and visits trade fairs; • researches and identifies new products and suppliers; • stays abreast of and ensures adherence to relevant legislation regarding tendering and procurement procedures.
Related job titles: • Creative manager (research and development) • Design manager • Market research manager • Research manager (broadcasting) Salary rates: New entrant: £27,100 Experienced worker: £35,000 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2016]Example job tasks: • prepares, delivers and directs lectures, seminars and tutorials; • prepares, administers and marks examinations, essays and other assignments; • advises students on academic matters and encourages independent research; • provides pastoral care or guidance to students; • participates in decision making processes regarding curricula, budgetary, departmental and other matters; • directs the work of postgraduate students; • undertakes research, writes articles and books and attends conferences and other meetings.
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Related job titles: • Building Services manager • Construction manager • Director (building construction) • Owner (electrical contracting) Salary rates: New entrant: £25,000 Experienced worker: £33,200 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2016]Example job tasks • co-ordinates the activities of mines, quarries, drilling operations and offshore installations; • determines staffing, material and other needs; • co-ordinates and supervises coal-face production activities and ensures compliance with health and safety regulations; • ensures that all haulage, storage, purification and distribution work is performed efficiently and in compliance with statutory and other regulations; • arranges for the provision of gas, water and electricity supplies; • ensures compliance with issues relating to the environmental impact of operations.
Related job titles: • Operations manager (mining, water & energy) • Quarry manager Salary rates: New entrant: £20,000 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2014 (no equivalent 2015 or 2016 data available)] Experienced worker: £32,000 [Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2016]Example job tasks • participates in the formulation of strategic and long-term business plans, assesses the implications for the organisation financial mechanisms and oversees their implementation; • plans external and internal audit programmes, arranges for the collection and analysis of accounting, budgetary and related information, and manages the company’s financial systems; • determines staffing levels appropriate for accounting activities; • assesses and advises on factors affecting business performance.