Can i find a operations supervisor job with an associates degree? Work in logistics and distribution field and need to move up
I'm looking for the pay range for DFW Airport Operations Supervisors. (annual min.-max.) A job description with job duties would be helpful also.
Do the railroad companies hire older workers? I'm 46 and would like to change careers and become an engineer or operations supervisor?
I am good in management concept, I am applying as an HR Supervisor/HR Assistant because its line with my skills acquired through my work experience. I am also confident in applying for Operations Supervisor in sales because I am really good in sales/business and for me its very easy to entertain customer, give them the best customer service because i am customer oriented as well..
I run my own department, but the operations manger has his office next door and every time my staff come in with some sort of problem or issue he has to bud in and doesn't let me work it out on my own and for meetings never lets me speak up about my department. He has to always take over and be on controll. Does anyone have any ideas how to deal with it?
Just to add he is attracted to me and I have had to put a stop to it.
The question explains it, i am thinking of going to an engineering high school but of course it will focus on other stuff too but still. What kind of jobs can you get because i dont want to be a mechanic(no offence to any) but please help me!
Im going to be 18 this year and Im graduating high school early and want to work on a cruise ship, what type of jobs are there for me? But I dont want to clean rooms or be a waitress.
I've been questionning myself about my dream job lately and I've found out that I got a huge passion about music. I'd like to know if I can fit that interest into a career in the radio industry somehow. Can somebody help me?
There is so many opinions out there about what the difference is between these two and which one has more oppurtunities and so on. I would love to know what the most direct difference is between these two fields, they seem so similar. Obviously the name Operations Manager hints at managing, but to me it seems like it is a more business-like approach to industrial engineering.
In your opinion, what is the most important thing a supervisor can do to improve the overall productivity and effectiveness of an organization? Explain your answer.
I leave for Basic Training in 11 days and signed my contract for Nuclear Field. I plan on being an ET (electronics technician). I know it will obviously involve nuclear power and probably power plants, but I'm looking for the specific jobs there or possibly research and development jobs I could get into.
I've asked people on here what kind of jobs there are in Nuclear Power Plants but no one is answering. Tried looking online but I can't find any infomation on there either. I just want to know which ones are which, pay, exactly what they do, what they did to get qualified, etc.
This is the question they're gonna ask when i go in for the interview for supervisor. help me out thanks.
I am making a resume and the only experience I have is working for my uncles engineering company.
At this job I did everything from driving a rock truck, drilling in curb stoppers, counting trucks, filling gas, telling people where they are needed, filling out paperwork, driving from site to site making sure everything is okay and all other little things that were needed for me to do.
What is an appropriate job title for this job?
Do you mind giving me information about the different job roles in Mcdonalds with a short information about them? Also would it be ok if you can tell me how motivation works in Mcdonalds, like rewards etc in the business?
thanks very much
How does somebody become a manager or supervisor when they don't know how to do the job or have no experience? I have worked with managers and supervisors that did not know anything about the job. I don't know how they got the position but, it was not effective leadership.
Who originally developed this concept / operation, and how did 1,400 weapons get lost after being smuggled into Mexico?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I don't know what kind of job i want and i'm a sophmore in highschool so the pressure is on hehehe but i know i want something to do with animals and i don't feel like working at fast food restaraunts and factories for the rest of my life.
I really like chemistry and was wondering what the difference between a chemistry major and chemical engineering major are? I'm good at math too. so basically I'm looking for the difference between them and the types of jobs you can do with each one. if there is anyone with either major who could tell me that would awesome but anyone can answer this. is it possible to double major with both of them?