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Executive Industry Overview
Your paycheck may be large, but your list of responsibilities will be just as large if you land a top executive job. Top executives, who typically have the word “chief” somewhere in their title, are the final authority on where an organization will go and how it’s going to get there.
Executive work includes:
- Setting goals for departments.
- Hiring and supervising the executives who run the organization’s divisions.
- Creating budgets and supervising the organization’s financial operations.
- Negotiating the highest-level deals, including mergers and acquisitions.
At the top of the executive career ladder is the chief executive officer, executive director, president or vice president. In a publicly held company, nonprofit or institution, these executives typically report to a board of directors.
Other executive careers include:
- Chief financial officers, who run the finance, accounting and budget departments and decide how the organization will collect, spend, save and borrow money.
- Chief information officers or chief technology officers, who plan and execute the organization’s technology programs and supervise IT employees and projects.
- Chief operating officers, who ensure the company runs smoothly and manage business and product development, human resources, marketing and sales.
- Chief sustainability officers, who direct the organization’s efforts to reduce energy use, comply with environmental regulations and act ethically.
Executive Job Market
Jobs for executives will grow 5 percent from 2010 to 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), slower than the rest of the job market. Executive jobs will grow fastest in industries that are growing and where many new companies are created. Mergers and acquisitions decrease executive job opportunities -- a company needs only one CEO.
Chief executives are at the top of the corporate pay scale, but how much they make often depends on the size of the organization they run and its success in meeting its goals. The median chief executive salary was $166,910 in 2011, according to the BLS. The perks given to executives can easily outweigh their salaries. The most in-demand executives get stock options, bonuses, expense accounts, club memberships, company cars and executive jets.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Our client is seeking a Business Analyst (Credit Card Litigation) in San Antonio, Texas (TX). The Business Tech Analyst will support the Credit Card Litigation business with the following activities: Contribute to daily execution of critical run the engine (RTE) processes using primarily the Litigation System (TCSF) and information from the main card processor, card data wareh...
RESPONSIBILITIES: Our client is seeking a Data Analyst II for their Kansas City, MO location. This is a great opportunity but a temporary position with this company. Job Summary: The Data Analyst provides the data modeling, data analysis, and data validation functions in support of application development, data analytics, and business analysis projects. Key Activities: Conducts Data Profiling...
Key Responsibilities Acts as the dedicated resource within the store management team responsible for achieving the store process and resulting goals through the efficient execution of all fuel programs in compliance with Travel Plaza and regulatory guidelines. Analyzes short term and long term fuel pricing, inventory ordering and management and purchase requirements that maximize the Travel Plaz...
RESPONSIBILITIES: Our client is seeking a Sr. Medical Informatics in the El Segundo, California (CA) area. Description: Work will focus on Clinical Quality Measurement and HEDIS. Also will build and maintain a tool for tracking and reporting (to multiple levels of the organization) for all priority Clinical Quality measurement Collects, analyzes and synthesizes data; develops information to gu...
RESPONSIBILITIES: Our client is seeking an Employee Service Center Representative for their El Dorado Hills, California (CA) location. This is a great opportunity but a temporary position with this company. Position Purpose: The job of the Human Resources Specialist responds to inquiries of employees or retirees on the phone, by email and a case management system. The Human Resources Specialist...
Title:MANAGER OF FIELD OPERATIONS Department:OPERATIONS Reports To:PRESIDENT Job Summary Under the direction of the President,the Manager of Field Operations is responsible for coordinating with the GMs and Sales Directors to ensure the success of local/statewide contract(s), operations and sales. Responsibilities include establishing and maintaining excellent relationships with GMs, Sales Dir...
Chase is a leader in the financial services industry, providing banking, mortgages, credit cards, loans, payment processing and investment services to 50 million customers - 1 out of every 6 Americans. As a division of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM), we: • serve 21 million households with consumer banking relationships • lent $17 billion to small businesses in 2011 • are one of the nation's la...
Shop Manager / Truck Service Manager Job Description Bring your management skill and service knowledge to a company that will truly appreciate your expertise! Sapp Bros. Service Center is looking for a qualified Shop Manager to join our management team. We operate a chain of travel centers stretching from Utah to Pennsylvania, providing our customers with quality products, a clean environment, a...
Route Manager We have an immediate opening for a Route Manager for our facility. As a Route Manager you will oversee the daily service delivery to Advanced's customers in the residential and commercial profit centers for our hauling company. In this position you will: Educate, train, and orient new Drivers and Helpers on procedures for proper and safe operation of vehicles. Handle disciplina...
MetLife, a leading provider of insurance and other financial services to individual and institutional customers, is seeking a Sr. Business Planning & Strategy Consultant II in Bridgewater, NJ! Beyond meaningful and challenging work, MetLife provides a variety of flexible work arrangements, as well as a tuition reimbursement program, competitive benefits, and retirement and pension plans. MetLife’...
Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island is looking for Decision Support Analyst to provide various analysis, reporting, research, and effective use of information from a variety of internal and external agency information systems for organization-wide decision making. Support the annual budget development and monthly variance reporting processes. Mine, compile, analyze & interpret institutional data f...
COMPANY DESCRIPTION PDHR Consulting is seeking a Director of New Business Revenue for a high tech, international manufacturer in the Philadelphia area. JOB DESCRIPTION Implement innovative sales and marketing strategies to identify and influence potential and existing customers to generate new business. Create and build a network of internal and external strategic business relationship to iden...
Send Resume to ***** Our Client is currently seeking for Business Analyst Job Summary: Under general supervision, prepares business specifications from which technical specifications are formulated. Conduct preliminary investigation for project requests. Reviews requirements, specifications, test, support and training plans to ensure they are in line with business objectives. Con...
Tracking Code 929-763 Job Description The Project Manager is responsible for administering and overseeing all aspects of the management, operation, and maintenance activities at facilities operating under one contract. Responsibilities also include supervision of staff, development of monthly reports to clients and governmental agencies and interaction with city staff. Required Skills Thorough ...
Tracking Code 778-763 Job Description SUMMARY The Technical Sales Manager – Aftermarket/Services is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the effort for aftermarket sales to Installed Base Customers (Industrial & Municipal) for multiple product lines leading Aftermarket growth. The role will be supported by Inside sales, field service & back office teams. The position at the onset ...
Tracking Code 336-763 Job Description The Project Manager is responsible for administering and overseeing all aspects of the management, operation, and maintenance activities at facilities operating under one contract. Responsibilities also include supervision of staff, development of monthly reports to clients and governmental agencies and interaction with city staff. Required Skills Thorough ...
Would you like to join one of Utah’s fastest growing companies and best places to work? We are looking to add to our team, a Retention Manager. This individual will report to the Senior Director. This position will be responsible for the performance of the Retention Department; focusing mainly on building culture, strategic planning for process and procedure improvements, build long-term client re...
Tracking Code 888-763 Job Description The Assistant Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of multiple water and waste water systems and facilities. Assumes responsibility for insuring the efficiency and effectiveness of the Department by: a. Formulating departmental goals, strategies, and operating policies and procedures and directing implementation of approved changes. ...
Description The Utilization Management Coordinator is responsible for the accurate and timely processing of all requests for authorization of services for assigned members. Qualifications 1+ years experience in an IPA, or other health care company Data entry experience in a clinical setting using medical terminology, ICD9 and CPT coding Knowledge of EZ-Cap information system preferred Profic...
Description: If you want to achieve more in your mission of health care, you have to be really smart about the business of health care. Challenge yourself, your peers and our industry by shaping what health care looks like and doing your life's best work.(sm) OptumRx is looking for a strategic leader in Workforce Management.. The WFM team manages 30,000,000 inbound calls, 16,000,000 outbound ca...
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$77,250.00 - $258,070.00
Typical Salary for Vice President
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool
Education / Training
Some College Coursework Completed
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool
Plans, directs, and/ or coordinates operational activities at the highest level of management with the help of subordinate executives and staff managers under the direction of the chief executive officer.
Rate of Growth
Size of Industry in 2006:
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2006
Increases stakeholder value by establishing functional objectives aligned with corporate mission; initiating, coordinating, and enforcing new strategic initiatives; enhancing organization's stability and reputation; measuring and ensuring profit- and service-driven outcomes.
Achieves financial objectives by forecasting functional requirements; preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions; analyzing and recommending information and trends for senior executive decision making.
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