Profession department manager
Department managers are responsible for the operations of a certain division or department of a company. They ensure objectives and goals are reached and manage employees.
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- Corporate social responsibility
The handling or managing of business processes in a responsible and ethical manner considering the economic responsibility towards shareholders as equally important as the responsibility towards environmental and social stakeholders.
- Strategic planning
The elements defining the foundation and core of an organisation such as its mission, vision, values, and objectives.
- Company policies
The set of rules that govern the activity of a company.
- Liaise with managers
Liaise with managers of other departments ensuring effective service and communication, i.e. sales, planning, purchasing, trading, distribution and technical.
- Abide by business ethical code of conducts
Conform and follow the ethical code of conducts promoted by companies and businesses at large. Ensure that operations and activities do comply with the code of conduct and ethical operations the supply chain throughout.
- Exercise stewardship
Exercise stewardship to ensure the efficient and responsible planning and management of resources.
- Ensure lawful business operations
Abide by legally binding regulations in order to protect the image of the company and the interest of stakeholders around it.
- Create a financial plan
Develop a financial plan according to financial and client regulations, including an investor profile, financial advice, and negotiation and transaction plans.
- Follow company standards
Lead and manage according to the organisation's code of conduct.
- Assume responsibility for the management of a business
Adopt and assume the responsibility that entails running a business, prioritising the interest of its owners, the societal expectation, and the welfare of employees.
- Manage staff
Manage employees and subordinates, working in a team or individually, to maximise their performance and contribution. Schedule their work and activities, give instructions, motivate and direct the workers to meet the company objectives. Monitor and measure how an employee undertakes their responsibilities and how well these activities are executed. Identify areas for improvement and make suggestions to achieve this. Lead a group of people to help them achieve goals and maintain an effective working relationship among staff.
- Plan health and safety procedures
Set up procedures for maintaining and improving health and safety in the workplace.
- Conclude business agreements
Negotiate, revise, and sign mercantile and business documents such as contracts, business agreements, deeds, purchases and wills, and bills of exchange.
- Report on overall management of a business
Prepare and present periodic reports on the operations, achievements, and results obtained during certain period to higher level managers and directors.
- Strive for company growth
Develop strategies and plans aiming at achieving a sustained company growth, be the company self-owned or somebody else's. Strive with actions to increase revenues and positive cash flows.
- Get involved in the day-to-day operation of the company
Collaborate and perform hands-on work with other departments, managers, supervisors, and workers in different aspects of the business from preparing accounting reports, envisioning the marketing campaigns up to having contact with clients.
Optional knowledge and skillsdevelop organisational policies financial jurisdiction analyse financial risk banking activities keep updated on the political landscape show an exemplary leading role in an organisation develop professional network business management principles manage office facility systems cost management analyse market financial trends analyse business objectives marketing management maintain relationship with customers accounting share good practices across subsidiaries negotiate with stakeholders develop an organisational structure project management impart business plans to collaborators manage budgets manage financial risk market entry planning subsidiary operations corporate law create a work atmosphere of continuous improvement develop company strategies create a financial report manage contracts interact with the board of directors apply business acumen hire new personnel plan medium to long term objectives integrate headquarter's guidelines into local operations prepare financial statements human resource management marketing principles integrate strategic foundation in daily performance business law shape corporate culture prospect new regional contracts evaluate performance of organisational collaborators make strategic business decisions business loans synthesise financial information analyse business processes international trade shape organisational teams based on competencies execute marketing plan liaise with local authorities speak different languages track key performance indicators describe the financial situation of a region establish communication with foreign cultures align efforts towards business development follow the statutory obligations delegate activities financial management develop revenue generation strategies build business relationships analyse business plans control financial resources supply chain management business process modelling oversee quality control financial statements financial forecasting
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