Managers, All Other
All managers not listed separately.Number of Jobs in 2010: 2,110
Number of Jobs in 2020: 2,290
Yearly Job Growth Rate: 8.5
Annual Openings: 65
Entry Wage: $27.68
Median Wage: $38.19
Education Requirement: High school diploma or equivalent
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- Direct the preparation and submission of regulatory agency applications, reports, or correspondence.
- Review all regulatory agency submission materials to ensure timeliness, accuracy, comprehensiveness, or compliance with regulatory standards.
- Provide regulatory guidance to departments or development project teams regarding design, development, evaluation, or marketing of products.
- Formulate or implement regulatory affairs policies and procedures to ensure that regulatory compliance is maintained or enhanced.
- Communicate regulatory information to multiple departments and ensure that information is interpreted correctly.
- Manage activities such as audits, regulatory agency inspections, or product recalls.
- Develop regulatory strategies and implementation plans for the preparation and submission of new products.
- Provide responses to regulatory agencies regarding product information or issues.
- Maintain current knowledge of relevant regulations, including proposed and final rules.
- Investigate product complaints and prepare documentation and submissions to appropriate regulatory agencies as necessary.
- Review materials such as marketing literature or user manuals to ensure that regulatory agency requirements are met.
- Implement or monitor complaint processing systems to ensure effective and timely resolution of all complaint investigations.
- Represent organizations before domestic or international regulatory agencies on major policy matters or decisions regarding company products.
- Oversee documentation efforts to ensure compliance with domestic and international regulations and standards.
- Participate in the development or implementation of clinical trial protocols.
- Develop and maintain standard operating procedures or local working practices.
- Establish regulatory priorities or budgets and allocate resources and workloads.
- Train staff in regulatory policies or procedures.
- Monitor emerging trends regarding industry regulations to determine potential impacts on organizational processes.
- Establish procedures or systems for publishing document submissions either in hardcopy or electronic formats.
- Contribute to the development or implementation of business unit strategic and operating plans.
- Coordinate internal discoveries and depositions with legal department staff.
- Evaluate new software publishing systems and confer with regulatory agencies concerning news or updates related to electronic publishing of submissions.
- Develop relationships with state or federal environmental regulatory agencies to learn about and analyze the potential impacts of proposed environmental policy regulations.
- Evaluate regulatory affairs aspects that are specifically green, such as the use of toxic substances in packaging, carbon footprinting issues, or green policy implementation.
- Monitor regulatory affairs activities to ensure that they are aligned with corporate sustainability or green initiatives.
- Monitor regulatory affairs trends that are related to environmental issues.
- Maintain documentation of compliance activities, such as complaints received or investigation outcomes.
- File appropriate compliance reports with regulatory agencies.
- Conduct or direct the internal investigation of compliance issues.
- Identify compliance issues that require follow-up or investigation.
- Report violations of compliance or regulatory standards to duly authorized enforcement agencies as appropriate or required.
- Disseminate written policies and procedures related to compliance activities.
- Conduct periodic internal reviews or audits to ensure that compliance procedures are followed.
- Serve as a confidential point of contact for employees to communicate with management, seek clarification on issues or dilemmas, or report irregularities.
- Provide employee training on compliance related topics, policies, or procedures.
- Verify that all firm and regulatory policies and procedures have been documented, implemented, and communicated.
- Discuss emerging compliance issues with management or employees.
- Keep informed regarding pending industry changes, trends, and best practices and assess the potential impact of these changes on organizational processes.
- Advise internal management or business partners on the implementation or operation of compliance programs.
- Consult with corporate attorneys as necessary to address difficult legal compliance issues.
- Direct the development or implementation of compliance-related policies and procedures throughout an organization.
- Monitor compliance systems to ensure their effectiveness.
- Prepare management reports regarding compliance operations and progress.
- Provide assistance to internal or external auditors in compliance reviews.
- Design or implement improvements in communication, monitoring, or enforcement of compliance standards.
- Assess product, compliance, or operational risks and develop risk management strategies.
- Collaborate with human resources departments to ensure the implementation of consistent disciplinary action strategies in cases of compliance standard violations.
- Oversee internal reporting systems such as corporate compliance hotlines and inform employees about these systems.
- Review communications such as securities sales advertising to ensure there are no violations of standards or regulations.
- Verify that software technology is in place to adequately provide oversight and monitoring in all required areas.
- Advise technical professionals on the development or use of environmental compliance or reporting tools.
- Conduct environmental audits to ensure adherence to environmental standards.
- Develop or implement environmental compliance plans for programs, such as air quality, storm water, wastewater treatment, hazardous waste management, pollution prevention, or solid waste management.
- Direct environmental programs, such as air or water compliance, aboveground or underground storage tanks, spill prevention or control, hazardous waste or materials management, solid waste recycling, medical waste management, indoor air quality, integrated pest management, employee training, or disaster preparedness.
- Evaluate testing procedures to meet the specifications of environmental monitoring programs.
- Review or modify policies or operating guidelines to comply with changes to environmental standards or regulations.
- Manage investment funds to maximize return on client investments.
- Select specific investments or investment mixes for purchase by an investment fund.
- Analyze acquisitions to ensure conformance with strategic goals or regulatory requirements.
- Select or direct the execution of trades.
- Develop or implement fund investment policies or strategies.
- Develop or direct development of offering documents or marketing materials.
- Evaluate the potential of new product developments or market opportunities, according to factors such as business plans, technologies, or market potential.
- Identify group or individual target investors for a specific fund.
- Meet with investors to determine investment goals or to discuss investment strategies.
- Monitor regulatory or tax law changes to ensure fund compliance or to capitalize on development opportunities.
- Monitor financial or operational performance of individual investments to ensure portfolios meet risk goals.
- Present investment information, such as product risks, fees, or fund performance statistics.
- Perform or evaluate research, such as detailed company or industry analyses, to inform financial forecasting, decision making, or valuation.
- Review offering documents or marketing materials to ensure regulatory compliance.
- Attend investment briefings or consult financial media to stay abreast of relevant investment markets.
- Develop, implement, or monitor security valuation policies.
- Direct activities of accounting or operations departments.
- Hire or evaluate staff.
- Prepare for and respond to regulatory inquiries.
- Verify regulatory compliance of transaction reporting.
- Confer with supply chain planners to forecast demand or create supply plans that ensure availability of materials or products.
- Monitor forecasts and quotas to identify changes or to determine their effect on supply chain activities.
- Define performance metrics for measurement, comparison, or evaluation of supply chain factors, such as product cost or quality.
- Analyze inventories to determine how to increase inventory turns, reduce waste, or optimize customer service.
- Develop procedures for coordination of supply chain management with other functional areas, such as sales, marketing, finance, production, or quality assurance.
- Negotiate prices and terms with suppliers, vendors, or freight forwarders.
- Meet with suppliers to discuss performance metrics, to provide performance feedback, or to discuss production forecasts or changes.
- Implement new or improved supply chain processes.
- Design or implement supply chains that support business strategies adapted to changing market conditions, new business opportunities, or cost reduction strategies.
- Manage activities related to strategic or tactical purchasing, material requirements planning, inventory control, warehousing, or receiving.
- Monitor supplier performance to assess ability to meet quality and delivery requirements.
- Participate in the coordination of engineering changes, product line extensions, or new product launches to ensure orderly and timely transitions in material or production flow.
- Analyze information about supplier performance or procurement program success.
- Select transportation routes to maximize economy by combining shipments or consolidating warehousing and distribution.
- Collaborate with other departments, such as procurement, engineering, and quality assurance, to identify or qualify new suppliers.
- Develop or implement procedures or systems to evaluate or select suppliers.
- Document physical supply chain processes, such as workflows, cycle times, position responsibilities, or system flows.
- Develop material costs forecasts or standard cost lists.
- Assess appropriate material handling equipment needs and staffing levels to load, unload, move, or store materials.
- Design or implement plant warehousing strategies for production materials or finished products.
- Appraise vendor manufacturing ability through on-site visits and measurements.
- Diagram supply chain models to help facilitate discussions with customers.
- Conduct or oversee the conduct of life cycle analyses to determine the environmental impacts of products, processes, or systems.
- Design or implement supply chains that support environmental policies.
- Design, implement, or oversee product take back or reverse logistics programs to ensure products are recycled, reused, or responsibly disposed.
- Evaluate and select information or other technology solutions to improve tracking and reporting of materials or products distribution, storage, or inventory.
- Identify opportunities to reuse or recycle materials to minimize consumption of new materials, minimize waste, or to convert wastes to by-products.
- Investigate or review the carbon footprints and environmental performance records of current or potential storage and distribution service providers.
- Locate or select biodegradable, non-toxic, or other environmentally friendly raw materials for manufacturing processes.
- Review or update supply chain practices in accordance with new or changing environmental policies, standards, regulations, or laws.
- Create or implement security standards, policies, and procedures.
- Identify, investigate, or resolve security breaches.
- Respond to medical emergencies, bomb threats, fire alarms, or intrusion alarms, following emergency response procedures.
- Monitor and ensure a sound, ethical environment.
- Plan, direct, or coordinate security activities to safeguard company assets, employees, guests, or others on company property.
- Develop, implement, manage, or evaluate policies and methods to protect personnel against harassment, threats, or violence.
- Develop, conduct, support, or assist in governmental reviews, internal corporate evaluations, or assessments of the overall effectiveness of facility and personnel security processes.
- Train subordinate security professionals or other organization members in security rules and procedures.
- Assess risks to mitigate potential consequences of incidents and develop a plan to respond to incidents.
- Communicate security status, updates, and actual or potential problems, using established protocols.
- Direct or participate in emergency management and contingency planning.
- Conduct threat or vulnerability analyses to determine probable frequency, criticality, consequence, or severity of natural or man-made disasters or criminal activity on the organization's profitability or delivery of products or services.
- Supervise or provide leadership to subordinate security professionals, performing activities, such as hiring, background investigation, training, assigning work, evaluating performance, or disciplining.
- Develop budgets for security operations.
- Write or review security-related documents, such as incident reports, proposals, and tactical or strategic initiatives.
- Analyze and evaluate security operations to identify risks or opportunities for improvement through auditing, review, or assessment.
- Develop or manage integrated security controls to ensure confidentiality, accountability, recoverability, or audit ability of sensitive information, proprietary information, or information technology resources.
- Monitor security policies, programs or procedures to ensure compliance with internal security policies, licensing requirements, or applicable government security requirements, policies, and directives.
- Conduct physical examinations of property to ensure compliance with security policies and regulations.
- Collect and analyze security data to determine security needs, security program goals, or program accomplishments.
- Coordinate security operations or activities with public law enforcement, fire and other agencies.
- Review financial reports to ensure efficiency and quality of security operations.
- Purchase security-related supplies, equipment, or technology.
- Develop or manage investigation programs, including collection and preservation of video and notes of surveillance processes or investigative interviews.
- Develop, arrange for, perform, or assess executive protection activities to reduce security risks.
- Plan security for special and high-risk events.
- Support efforts to reduce substance abuse or other illegal activities in the workplace.
- Develop, recommend, or manage security procedures for operations or processes, such as security call centers, system acquisition, development, and maintenance, access control, program models, or reporting tools.
- Prepare reports or make presentations on internal investigations, losses, or violations of regulations, policies and procedures.
- Attend meetings, professional seminars, or conferences to keep abreast of changes in executive legislative directives or new technologies impacting security operations.
- Administer systems and programs to reduce loss, maintain inventory control, or increase safety.
- Identify potential for loss and develop strategies to eliminate it.
- Perform or direct inventory investigations in response to shrink results outside of acceptable ranges.
- Coordinate or conduct internal investigations of problems such as employee theft and violations of corporate loss prevention policies.
- Investigate or interview individuals suspected of shoplifting or internal theft.
- Supervise surveillance, detection, or criminal processing related to theft and criminal cases.
- Train loss prevention staff, retail managers, or store employees on loss control and prevention measures.
- Monitor compliance to operational, safety, or inventory control procedures, including physical security standards.
- Hire or supervise loss-prevention staff.
- Visit stores to ensure compliance with company policies and procedures.
- Recommend improvements in loss prevention programs, staffing, scheduling, or training.
- Review loss-prevention exception reports and cash discrepancies to ensure adherence to guidelines.
- Direct loss prevention audit programs including target store audits, maintenance audits, safety audits, or electronic article surveillance (EAS) audits.
- Verify correct use and maintenance of physical security systems, such as closed-circuit television, merchandise tags, and burglar alarms.
- Provide recommendations and solutions in crisis situations such as workplace violence, protests, and demonstrations.
- Analyze retail data to identify current or emerging trends in theft or fraud.
- Assess security needs across locations to ensure proper deployment of loss prevention resources, such as staff and technology.
- Develop and maintain partnerships with federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies or members of the retail loss prevention community.
- Maintain documentation of all loss prevention activity.
- Monitor and review paperwork procedures and systems to prevent error-related shortages.
- Collaborate with law enforcement to investigate and solve external theft or fraud cases.
- Advise retail managers on compliance with applicable codes, laws, regulations, or standards.
- Coordinate theft and fraud investigations involving career criminals or organized group activities.
- Advise retail establishments on development of loss-investigation procedures.
- Direct installation of covert surveillance equipment, such as security cameras.
- Maintain databases such as bad check logs, reports on multiple offenders, and alarm activation lists.
- Perform cash audits and deposit investigations to fully account for store cash.
- Oversee the maintenance of wind field equipment or structures, such as towers, transformers, electrical collector systems, roadways, or other site assets.
- Prepare wind field operational budgets.
- Supervise employees or subcontractors to ensure quality of work or adherence to safety regulations or policies.
- Develop processes or procedures for wind operations, including transitioning from construction to commercial operations.
- Develop relationships and communicate with customers, site managers, developers, land owners, authorities, utility representatives, or residents.
- Establish goals, objectives, or priorities for wind field operations.
- Estimate costs associated with operations, including repairs or preventive maintenance.
- Monitor and maintain records of daily facility operations.
- Review, negotiate, or approve wind farm contracts.
- Recruit or select wind operations employees, contractors, or subcontractors.
- Maintain operations records, such as work orders, site inspection forms, or other documentation.
- Manage warranty repair or replacement services.
- Order parts, tools, or equipment needed to maintain, restore, or improve wind field operations.
- Provide technical support to wind field customers, employees, or subcontractors.
- Track and maintain records for wind operations, such as site performance, downtime events, parts usage, or substation events.
- Train or coordinate the training of employees in operations, safety, environmental issues, or technical issues.
- Create wind energy project plans, including project scope, goals, tasks, resources, schedules, costs, contingencies, or other project information.
- Prepare or assist in the preparation of applications for environmental, building, or other required permits.
- Coordinate or direct development, energy assessment, engineering, or construction activities to ensure that wind project needs and objectives are met.
- Develop scope of work for wind project functions, such as design, site assessment, environmental studies, surveying, or field support services.
- Manage wind project costs to stay within budget limits.
- Prepare wind project documentation, including diagrams or layouts.
- Provide technical support for the design, construction, or commissioning of wind farm projects.
- Provide verbal or written project status reports to project teams, management, subcontractors, customers, or owners.
- Review civil design, engineering, or construction technical documentation to ensure compliance with applicable government or industrial codes, standards, requirements, or regulations.
- Review or evaluate proposals or bids to make recommendations regarding awarding of contracts.
- Update schedules, estimates, forecasts, or budgets for wind projects.
- Lead or support negotiations involving tax agreements or abatements, power purchase agreements, land use, or interconnection agreements.
- Manage site assessments or environmental studies for wind fields.
- Prepare requests for proposals (RFPs) for wind project construction or equipment acquisition.
- Supervise the work of subcontractors or consultants to ensure quality and conformance to specifications or budgets.
- Coordinate on-site activities for environmental cleanup or remediation projects to ensure compliance with environmental laws, standards, regulations, or other requirements.
- Estimate costs for environmental cleanup and remediation of land redevelopment projects.
- Inspect sites to assess environmental damage or monitor cleanup progress.
- Prepare reports or presentations to communicate brownfield redevelopment needs, status, or progress.
- Identify environmental contamination sources.
- Plan or implement brownfield redevelopment projects to ensure safety, quality, and compliance with applicable standards or requirements.
- Review or evaluate environmental remediation project proposals.
- Negotiate contracts for services or materials needed for environmental remediation.
- Conduct feasibility or cost-benefit studies for environmental remediation projects.
- Maintain records of decisions, actions, and progress related to environmental redevelopment projects.
- Design or implement plans for surface or ground water remediation.
- Design or conduct environmental restoration studies.
- Coordinate the disposal of hazardous waste.
- Prepare and submit permit applications for demolition, cleanup, remediation, or construction projects.
- Develop or implement plans for the sustainable regeneration of brownfield sites to ensure regeneration of a wider area by providing environmental protection or economic and social benefits.
- Conduct quantitative risk assessments for human health, environmental, or other risks.
- Review or evaluate designs for contaminant treatment or disposal facilities.
- Design or implement measures to improve the water, air, and soil quality of military test sites, abandoned mine land, or other contaminated sites.
- Design or implement plans for structural demolition and debris removal.
- Provide training on hazardous material or waste cleanup procedures and technologies.
- Develop or implement plans for revegetation of brownfield sites.
- Provide expert witness testimony on issues such as soil, air, or water contamination and associated cleanup measures.
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Indivduals currently working as Managers, All Other can easily transition into any of the occupations lisated below.
- Regulatory Affairs Specialists*
- Clinical Research Coordinators
- Management Analysts*
- Human Resources Specialists
- Training and Development Specialists*
- Transportation Managers*
- Fraud Examiners, Investigators and Analysts
- Human Resources Managers
- Compensation and Benefits Managers
- Logistics Managers*
- Transportation Managers*
- Purchasing Managers
- Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products*
- Logistics Analysts
- Risk Management Specialists
- First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers*
- Storage and Distribution Managers*
* The occupation mentioned is in demand in the state of Maine, and is projected to employ new workers each year.
Occupational data obtained from the Maine Department of Labor and O*NET
Related Maine Educational Programs are determined from CIP codes entered for the programs, which are then correlated to O*NET SOC Codes for each occupation via the 2010 CIP to SOC Crosswalk.
Last updated on January 29, 2013