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What is the difference between a manager, a coordinator, and a director?

Just wondering how the various job duties of each differ. Also, which has the most clout? Which the least?

Asked By: Melissa O - 7/11/2007
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The differences really depend on which industry and which company the job is in. A manager is typically in charge of SOMETHING. A coordinator could be another word for administrative assistant and a director quite often is above a manager. But again, these are all subject to many variables. Call an HR department of a... More
Answered By: Cara D - 7/11/2007
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Companies sometimes play games with titles. A Director would be higher than Managers. A Coordinator would be under a Manager. Directors set personnel policy, Managers administer personnel policy, Coordinators perform to personnel policy.
Answered By: Robert S - 7/11/2007
 
starting with the last one first a Director sits on the corporate Board Of Directors and is in charge of a whole division of a company. He/she will be deciding with the boards approval what the medium and long term goals are and following them up... More
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