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Senior managers in this unit group plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate, through middle managers, trade, broadcasting and other service companies not elsewhere classified. They formulate policies which establish the direction to be taken by these companies, either alone or in conjunction with a board of directors.
chief executive officer (CEO), travel agency, chief financial officer (CFO), professional sports club, corporate controller, restaurant chain, executive director, automobile association, general manager, cleaning service, president, department store, regional vice-president, hotel chain, vice-president, engineering – television broadcasting services, vice-president, finance – food wholesaling, vice-president, marketing – grocery store chain, vice-president, operations – radio broadcasting services.
- Establish objectives for the company and formulate or approve policies and programs
- Authorize and organize the establishment of major departments and associated senior staff positions
- Allocate material, human and financial resources to implement organizational policies and programs; establish financial and administrative controls; formulate and approve promotional campaigns; and approve overall personnel planning
- Select middle managers, directors or other executive staff
- Co-ordinate the work of regions, divisions or departments
- Represent the company or delegate representatives to act on behalf of the company in negotiations or other official functions.
Senior managers in this unit group may specialize in areas such as finance, marketing or human resources or in the sale of a particular product or provision of a particular service.
Outlook & Prospects for Senior Managers – Trade, Broadcasting and Other Services, n.e.c. in North Coast Region
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Local Employment Potential Information
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Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Nov 11 - Nov 15, 2013
- Nexen ULC paid $12M for a sole proponent agreement toward a future Liquefied Natural Gas development near Prince Rupert, BC
- Prince Rupert's Northwest Community College campus is receiving $130,560 from the provincial government to fund electrical and millwright training
- Skeena Sawmill in Terrace recently celebrated its first full year in operation since 2007. The mill, owned by Roc Holdings since 2011, produces export-ready lumber and woodchips and provides direct employment for 100 people.
- The BC government is funding a $650,000 study to examine the potential impacts of major industrial developments on the Kitimat airshed. The final report is expected by March 31, 2014. Data from the study will be used to guide regulatory decisions.
- The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver will be permanently closing its Griffins Restaurant in November 2013, as part of a $12M renovation. The hotel hopes to re-employ Griffins' 25 workers elsewhere in hotel.
- Niche outwear manufacturer Arc'teryx is opening its first retail outlet on October 12 on Vancouver¿s west side. The North Vancouver-based company currently employs 500 people, mainly at its Burnaby manufacturing facility.
- Nanaimo's Harmac Mill is celebrating its fifth year as an employee-owned and operated company. The mill was nearly bankrupt in 2008 when 225 employees decided to buy it. Today, Harmac is considerably more diversified and turning a profit.
- Prince Rupert forestry companies, Coast Tsimshian Resources LP and Quickload, are seeing significant economic improvements as a result of the growing demand for lumber
- The Coast Tsimshian Fish Plant, owned and operated by Lax Kw'alaams First Nations, provides employment and sustainable income for 225 people
- The Northwest Regional Airport, serving Terrace and Kitimat, is seeing record passenger numbers due to projects at Rio Tinto Alcan and Northwest, and northern BC mine developments
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