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Management Job Models

Caliper offers the following validated management Job Models


Compliance Managers ensure that a company adheres to all legal and ethical regulatory standards. They maintain documentation of compliance activities and investigations, direct and coordinate internal investigations of compliance issues, and report violations of compliance standards to the appropriate agencies. They manage a team of individuals by providing coaching and development opportunities and setting clear work expectations to be followed.

Compliance Supervisors direct and oversee a team of individuals in positions that require adherence to regulations and policies. They coordinate resources and manage conflict within the team, in addition to organizing and documenting compliance information.

Corporate Quality Managers represent the company regarding all matters of quality. These managers formulate and enforce policies related to quality control, and they manage the process for quality assurance programs across the organization. They ensure that others are compliant with quality standards and provide instruction around quality practices when needed.

Corporate Supervisors are responsible for directing, coordinating, and managing a group of individuals in an office setting. They set priorities according to established goals, clearly define work expectations, and encourage collaboration and teamwork to complete necessary tasks. They work in a corporate environment and supervise a group of professional employees.

Foremen direct, coordinate, and supervise the activities of tradespeople or other skilled workers or craftspeople to complete designated projects. They are responsible for ensuring that work is performed according to specifications, safely, at desired levels of quality, on time, and on budget. Foremen may work in any environment where construction, installation, maintenance, or repair projects occur.

Franchisees operate one or more franchise units licensed from a larger organization. They use the franchisor’s licenses, trademarks, advertising, brand recognition, and proven operating methods. In exchange, the franchisee typically pays the franchisor a recurring fee as well as a percentage of gross sales or profits. Even with access to these tools and frameworks, Franchisees often must independently set up their operation and generate business.

HR Leaders are responsible for overseeing the development and execution of HR strategy in support of the company’s overall mission, goals, and strategy. This role typically provides strategic oversight of systems and programs that integrate the elements human resource development and management, such as employee selection, onboarding, professional development, training, compensation, performance management, change management, culture management, and succession planning.

Marketing Leaders oversee marketing operations by providing strategic direction and establishing marketing policies and programs. They have a deep understanding of their organization’s competitive advantage and customer base, and they coordinate the proper team and resources to implement effective marketing strategies.

Marketing Managers coordinate marketing processes and drive results through a team. They evaluate data and facts to make marketing decisions that support the company’s business model and strategic goals. They also coordinate marketing campaigns and promotional activities, and they assess the effectiveness of marketing programs.

Mid-Level Managers oversee and have accountability for achieving results with teams, departments, or other organizational divisions. They work within the larger organization to ensure employee and process effectiveness by monitoring performance or other key metrics. In large part, they achieve results through others; they set clear expectations, motivate employees to meet them, provide coaching and development, and ensure appropriate staffing and delegation.

Nurse Managers plan, direct, or coordinate medical and health services in hospitals, clinics, managed care organizations, public health agencies, or similar organizations.

Operations Leaders design and implement business strategies and procedures throughout the organization. They manage daily operations and plan the use of a company’s supplies and human resources to optimize efficient business practices. Operations Leaders analyze the company’s daily activity to ensure everything is running effectively and make improvements if necessary.

Physician Leaders, also called healthcare executives or healthcare administrators, plan, direct, and coordinate medical and health services. They might manage an entire facility, a specific clinical area or department, or a medical practice for a group of physicians. Physician Leaders must direct changes that conform to changes in healthcare laws, regulations, and technology.

Production Supervisors direct, plan, and coordinate the resources, processes, and activities needed in the manufacturing of products. They may supervise production and operating workers, inspectors, fabricators, and systems operators in order to ensure that all work is accomplished according to quality, safety, quantity, and cost specifications. Production Supervisors work primarily in manufacturing, production, and fabricating environments.

Project Managers plan, coordinate, monitor, and complete assigned or approved projects. They perform activities related to developing and finalizing project plans, coordinating assignments, ensuring resources are sufficient and suitably deployed, and tracking project progress relative to milestones and goals. Project Managers often serve as the hub of communication for diverse or cross-functional project teams to make certain that appropriate progress is being made and projects are completed according to requirements. They are usually in the unique position of having responsibility for driving progress without having official authority over project participants.

Sales Managers focus on expanding business within existing accounts. They motivate, supervise, and develop sales teams. They assign territories to salespeople, set revenue targets, and communicate with other managers in departments such as sales, production, and customer service.

Scientific or Technical Quality Managers are responsible for coordinating and implementing quality initiatives that are aligned with best practices of the relevant scientific community. They ensure standardization related to equipment, methodologies, and processes across the organization. They typically work in a laboratory or technical setting and oversee quality processes and workflow over a team.

Senior Leaders develop and manage an organization’s strategic and operational goals. They initiate plans and programs to achieve revenue and profitability objectives or to meet other significant organizational goals. Service Leaders develop and manage the organization’s strategic goals, particularly related to creating a customer value strategy designed to identify, meet, and exceed customers’ expectations. They initiate plans and programs to achieve revenue and profitability objectives or to meet other significant organizational customer-focused goals.

Service Leaders develop and manage the organization’s strategic goals, particularly related to creating a customer value strategy designed to identify, meet, and exceed customers’ expectations. They initiate plans and programs to achieve revenue and profitability objectives or to meet other significant organizational customer-focused goals.

Service Managers are responsible for driving results through a team or department of individuals in a service role. They provide coaching to their team, delegate work to the appropriate resources, and make data-driven decisions to support the success of the business. They lead by example by showing a commitment to customer service through their actions.

Service Supervisors manage and direct a team of individuals working in a service-related role or industry. They coordinate resources and manage conflict within the team, in addition to upholding the values of customer service through their own customer interactions and dedication to addressing customer issues.


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