I am currently working as a materials manager in a firm at mumbai. I am already working in MM module of SAP (Front End). I am planning to do a course in SAP ABAP & MM. Then I would like to try overseas jobs. What are the chances? where can i get job? Which country? what type of company?
I have looked into what type of career i would like to succeed in as I serve for our country while in the Air Force but it's hard to determine what to choose considering I've never been in that place...
1, I was wondering about a aircraft loadmaster, I understand math take good par in being able to succeed.. But what's the job like? How is living on base? How is schooling and how long does it take? Do you have to enlist longer ? Please share anything u can.
2. What is it like to be a Material manager ? What do you do? I understand their are different sections but what is schooling like? How long does it take? Any benefits ?
Please feel free to tell me about your job while you serve or what you think is the best way to go.. I like to hear everything before I get into something I'm not aware on.
Raw materials from suppliers? and does it serves the same purpose as a purchase order in a merchandising company.
Need to complete my assignment. What exactly is a project manager's job on a construction site? Civil engineers please ans this.
The manager's job involves combining and coordinating these various resources to achieve the organization's goals.
What other jobs besides the actual construction of the transcontinental railroad, did it provide?
I am an office manager for a small general contracting company. We would like to expand and offer our service some day as a contract manager as well and assist with the process of placing a project out for bid and getting the best prices and subcontractors. What else does a contract manager do on a project and what are the steps I need to take to help my company move in that direction?
I am a new manager for one store and I am the youngest among the rest. I just graduated and suddenly I become a manager. The thing is this store has so many foreign people who dont speak english well. My assistant manager, she is acting like she is better than me and deserve to be a manager instead of me. She would complain to me why I get 1day and a half off in a week. While her, she can't speak english that well, 4 days in a week she goes home around 3 and 4 pm. she does not want me to change her schedule because the reason of her son's schedule. The thing is my boss backing her up but I have the area manager being nice to me. What should I do. She is not an assistant manager material because she does not do paper works and only work helping costumer, she can't back me up in days where I cant stay till late because I have other job. She would be upset to me and talking in her language with other co-workers. what should i do in my situation like this?
I have job profiles on usajobs, dc jobs, washington post jobs, careerbuilder, monster, thingamajob, and i currently search directly on every lisitng i can find. What are some things i can do differentl to land a job?
What are some careers/jobs that work around comedians or comedy? Like, working in a comedy club or something like that?
I know of Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman. I want to know of jobs that are mechanical and/or automotive engineering related?
This manager is not manager material.......We have had multiple complaints from when she has either sneezed, coughed, wiped her nose or something gross like that in front of customer, and while making food....The general manager fails to realize that she will be the reason that we get shut down.....The health department has been in there so many times that the employees and the officials from the health department call each other by first name. Some body please help me get rid of her ass.
I really love history, and I plan on majoring in it when I get to university. The only problem is, I have no idea what jobs I can get with a history degree. I really am not interested in teaching.
Any other jobs that can be attained by a history major?
I just graduated with a BS in Construction Management and I'm not really interested in the field. At most jobs in this field you have to work at least 60 hours a week which I'm all set with. What are some careers outside the field that would be impressed with this degree?
My dad is an archivist but is out of work and I want him to get another job, so what jobs could he do as he can't find any archive jobs?
This is my first job and I've only worked for about 3 months before getting promoted to supervisor but I don't think doing a good job, especially when it comes to delegating tasks. There are many times when I had to close the store late, and to prevent over working some of the members, I decided to take on their tasks myself, which I know is inefficient. I just don't seem to be good at organizing and prioritizing duties and how to assign them properly. Any help and tips?
My bf is just now looking to attend a community college, would he be able to get a find a decent carreer with just this degree? What kind of jobs out of school with just an A.A.S. would he be looking at and what type of salary do these jobs pay? I know this is a broad question, but I really don't know what he could do with an associates. I know it would be best to attend a state school after this, but if he doesn't what would he be looking at? ANY advice on this would help! Thanks!
I know times are hard with business and companies need to expand their products or even locations. This is not the case. I work for a company that is suppose to sell, industrial supplies for manufacturing companies. I am the office manager and my job is suppose to be, take customer orders, invoices, shipping, receiving, payroll answer phones accounts payable and receivable, create, design and manage website and other misc things.
I have worked here for 8 years. Now within the last 2 years, My boss started a dance studio, that I create marketing material for, run the website answer the phones it has now expanded into Zumba lessons and tumbling which I manage also.
In the last 4 months he started renting out space in the warehouse to solar companies and Satellite tv companies. That's fine, but now I load and unload their trucks, move things around in the warehouse on top of all my other work.
Newest job I have now is washing dishes for the catering company he is doing. I am washing plates, cups glasses to get these price tags off. Now he wants me to decorate the room and sew curtains.
I have told him I have too much too do, and I can't do this anymore. He laughs and blows it off. Enough is enough, I don't want to loose my job but I don't want to do this anymore. Please some advice.
Hi, I wont be graduating for a year and a half but was wondering how much construction managers manke directly out of college. I am hoping to do at least 1 internship if that helps. Also graduating with a BS in Construction Management Technology from Temple University. Thanks.
I am looking for the average salary in general and in the mountain region. Also any advice or suggestions as to what are the best training materials out there for this field.