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									                                                          NO. OF
JOBCODE   JOBTITLE                                      EMPLOYEES
10.001    ACCOUNTING MANAGER                                     0.00
10.005    CREDIT AND COLLECTIONS MANAGER                         0.00
10.010    ACCOUNTANT, SR. (STAFF)                                0.00
10.015    BOOKKEEPER                                             0.00
10.020    ACCOUNTING CLERK, HIGHER LEVEL                         0.00
10.025    ACCOUNTING CLERK, INTERMEDIATE LEVEL                   0.00
10.030    ACCOUNTING CLERK, LOWER LEVEL                          0.00
20.001    OFFICE MANAGER                                         0.00
20.005    ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT                               0.00
20.010    SECRETARY, HIGHER LEVEL                                0.00
20.015    SECRETARY, LOWER LEVEL                                 0.00
20.020    GENERAL FILE CLERK                                     0.00
20.025    GENERAL FILE CLERK, LOWER LEVEL                        0.00
20.030    RECEPTIONIST/PHONE OPERATOR                            0.00
30.001    HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER                                 0.00

30.005    HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT (EMPL INTERVIEWER)            0.00
30.020    PAYROLL CLERK                                          0.00
30.025    NURSE, INDUSTRIAL                                      0.00
40.001    BUYER I                                                0.00
40.002    BUYER II                                               0.00
40.015    PURCHASING AGENT                                       0.00
50.001    INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGER                            0.00
50.005    SOFTWARE ENGINEER                                      0.00
50.010    SUPERVISOR, COMPUTER OPERATIONS                        0.00
50.015    SYSTEMS ANALYST                                        0.00
50.020    PROGRAMMER ANALYST                                     0.00
50.025    COMPUTER PROGRAMMER                                    0.00
50.030    LAN ADMINISTRATOR                                      0.00
50.035    COMPUTER OPERATOR                                      0.00
50.040    DATA ENTRY OPERATOR                                    0.00
60.001    ENGINEER, PROJECT LEVEL                                0.00
60.005    INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING I                               0.00
60.006    INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING II                              0.00
60.007    INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING III                             0.00
60.010    SALES ENGINEER                                         0.00
60.015    DESIGNER, PRODUCT                                      0.00
60.020    ENGINEER, PRODUCT                                      0.00
60.025    ENGINEER, ENTRY LEVEL                                  0.00
60.030    DESIGNER, CAD                                          0.00
60.035    DRAFTER, DETAIL                                        0.00
60.040    DRAFTER, LAYOUT                                        0.00
70.001    SALES MANAGER                                          0.00
70.005    SALESPERSON                                            0.00
70.010    ADVERTISING MANAGER                                    0.00
70.015    CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER                               0.00
70.020    REPRESENTATIVE, TELEMARKETING SALES                    0.00
70.025    SALES CORRESPONDENT                                    0.00
70.030    REPRESENTATIVE, CUSTOMER SERVICE                       0.00
80.001    MANUFACTURING MANAGER                                  0.00
80.002   MANUFACTURING DIRECTOR - MULTI FACILITY   0.00
80.005   QUALITY MANAGER                           0.00
80.006   ISO 9000/SPC/TQM COORDINATOR              0.00
80.010   SUPERVISOR, PRECISION MACHINING           0.00
80.015   SUPERVISOR, MAINTENANCE                   0.00
80.020   MILLWRIGHT                                0.00
80.025   TOOL AND DIE MAKER                        0.00
80.026   LEAD PERSON/TEAM LEADER (TOOL ROOM)       0.00
80.030   SUPERVISOR, GENERAL                       0.00
80.035   SUPERVISOR, SEMI-SKILLED OPERATIONS       0.00
80.040   SUPERVISOR, UNSKILLED OPERATIONS          0.00
80.045   ELECTRICIAN, MAINTENANCE                  0.00
80.050   ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, HIGHER LEVEL       0.00
80.055   ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, LOWER LEVEL        0.00
80.060   CHEMIST                                   0.00
80.065   GENERAL MAINTENANCE, HIGHER LEVEL         0.00
80.070   GENERAL MAINTENANCE, LOWER LEVEL          0.00
80.080   MACHINE REPAIR                            0.00
80.085   MACHINIST                                 0.00
80.090   CNC/NC MACHINE OPERATOR                   0.00
80.095   SCHEDULER, PRODUCTION                     0.00
80.100   PRODUCTION PLANNER                        0.00
80.105   INSPECTOR, HIGHER LEVEL                   0.00
80.110   INSPECTOR, LOWER LEVEL                    0.00
80.115   INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE OPERATOR        0.00
80.120   PAINT, SPRAYER                            0.00
80.125   EXPEDITER, PRODUCTION                     0.00
80.130   PRODUCTION MACHINE OPERATOR               0.00
80.135   FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIAN                  0.00
80.140   DRILL PRESS OPERATOR                      0.00
80.145   PUNCH PRESS OPERATOR                      0.00
80.150   WELDER, ARC                               0.00
80.155   WELDER, SPOT                              0.00
80.160   ASSEMBLER, PRECISION                      0.00
80.165   ASSEMBLER, SEMI-SKILLED                   0.00
80.170   ASSEMBLER, UNSKILLED                      0.00
80.175   FORK LIFT OPERATOR                        0.00
80.180   JANITOR/SWEEPER                           0.00
80.185   TOOL CRIB ATTENDANT                       0.00
90.001   WAREHOUSE MANAGER                         0.00
90.005   TRAFFIC MANAGER                           0.00
90.010   MATERIALS MANAGER                         0.00
90.015   SUPERVISOR, SHIPPING/RECEIVING            0.00
90.020   WAREHOUSE MATERIAL HANDLER                0.00
90.025   STOREKEEPER                               0.00
90.030   SHIPPER/RECEIVER                          0.00
90.035   STOCK SELECTOR                            0.00
90.040   TRUCK DRIVER, LOCAL                       0.00
90.045   PACKER                                    0.00
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      TOPIC                RESPONSE
       Company Name
         Email Address
             Telephone
                     Fax
Respondent: First Name
             Last Name
  Recipient: First Name
             Last Name
 Address: Street Listing
             PO/Mailing
                    City
                   State
                     Zip
   Industry Description
         Company Size
    Geographic Region
               SIC code
     User Defined Field
Survey Name:              2010 GEA Wage & Salary Survey

Email Survey To:          david@georgiaemployers.org


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JOBCODE   JOBTITLE                                      DESCRIP
10.001    ACCOUNTING MANAGER                            General responsibility for managing the accounting procedures of the organization. Assign and audit
                                                        work of accountants, accounting clerks, etc., engaged in the procedure. Engage in the more critical
                                                        and confidential aspects of accounting. Responsible for the development of policies, systems,
                                                        special financial studies, etc. Exercise all normal supervisory functions. Under general direction as
                                                        to facts and reports, general policies.
10.005    CREDIT AND COLLECTIONS MANAGER                Responsible for credits and collections. Determine customer credit capacity, manage compiling of
                                                        credit information, analyze and interpret available information. Determine action to take in collection
                                                        of past due accounts where normal collection procedures have failed; terms and approve foreign
                                                        shipments. Prepare or supervise preparation of data showing credit activities and status of
                                                        accounts. May formulate credit and collections policies, methods and procedures.

10.010    ACCOUNTANT, SR. (STAFF)                       Perform advanced and specialized accounting assignments, usually of a highly involved and
                                                        confidential nature. Obtain, analyze and consolidate required information, prepare reports,
                                                        statements and recommendations. Assist the Chief Financial Executive or Accounting Supervisor
                                                        on special studies and reports. Within departmental guidelines, possesses latitude to make
                                                        unreviewed decisions or actions.
10.015    BOOKKEEPER                                    Perform a variety of duties related to maintaining accounting records. Post entries from a wide
                                                        variety of sources in ledgers, journals, cashbooks, etc. Reconcile bank statements. Determine
                                                        follow-up schedule for payables and receivables.
10.020    ACCOUNTING CLERK, HIGHER LEVEL                Under general supervision, perform a broad range of accounting functions with lead responsibility for
                                                        accounting records in a small office or company department. Assign transaction codes to
                                                        documents. Assure documents being processed are included in appropriate accounting period.
                                                        Post, balance, and close subsidiary ledgers. Follow up on delinquent accounts receivable
                                                        customers. Analyze and verify internal consistency, completeness, and arithmetic accuracy of
                                                        account documents. Make adjustments as needed.

10.025    ACCOUNTING CLERK, INTERMEDIATE LEVEL          Under limited supervision, perform clerical accounting procedures requiring familiarity with, and
                                                        experience in, accounting office practices as well as knowledge of a variety of accounting
                                                        classifications. Assign codes, identify accounts, and prepare data transaction sheets. Analyze and
                                                        audit various accounts. Post, check, and proof entries to general ledger and accounts. May verify
                                                        and process accounts payable.
10.030    ACCOUNTING CLERK, LOWER LEVEL                 Under direct supervision, perform entry-level bookkeeping and accounting tasks. Post journal or
                                                        voucher entries, reconcile accounts, and check for accuracy. Verify, sort, post, and check claims,
                                                        bills, invoices and vouchers. This is an entry-level position.
20.001    OFFICE MANAGER                                Responsible for general office services including filing, receptionist activities, scheduling,
                                                        purchasing, mail, office equipment, maintenance and repair, and other clerical and office service
                                                        occupations. May also supervise billing and/or sales service function.
20.005    ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT                      Under general supervision, provide general administrative support to a department or group of
                                                        professionals. Exercise considerable discretion and independent judgement. Is capable of
                                                        analyzing complex information requests and determining appropriate solutions.
20.010    SECRETARY, HIGHER LEVEL                       Take and transcribe dictation, and compose and prepare confidential correspondence, reports and
                                                        other complex documents. Screen incoming calls and correspondence and respond independently
                                                        when possible. Manage supervisor's calendar and independently schedule appointments. Create
                                                        and maintain database files related to confidential information such as list of stockholders, stock
                                                        transfers, salaries, pensions, etc. Maintain private files.
20.015    SECRETARY, LOWER LEVEL                        Take dictation in shorthand or by machine and transcribe notes on computer. Compose and type
                                                        routine correspondence. Organize and maintains file system. Coordinate manager's schedule,
                                                        make appointments, arrange travel schedules, reservations and conference calls. Greet visitors;
                                                        answer and screen manager's calls.
20.020    GENERAL FILE CLERK                            Perform routine clerical and typing duties. Prepare and/or use various types of forms, reports and
                                                        records. Enter data from supplied information. May perform simple data operations such as
                                                        crosschecking or comparing information, and executing ordinary calculations.
20.025    GENERAL FILE CLERK, LOWER LEVEL               Perform routine filing of standard business documents following established procedures. Locate or
                                                        assist in locating filed material. May enter data from supplied material, and perform other incidental
                                                        clerical duties.
20.030    RECEPTIONIST/PHONE OPERATOR                   Operate multi-line telephone system to answer incoming calls and direct callers to appropriate
                                                        personnel. Take and deliver messages or transfer calls to voice mail when appropriate personnel
                                                        are unavailable. Welcome on-site visitors, determine nature of business, and announce visitors to
                                                        appropriate personnel and issue passes when required. Receive, sort and route mail. Maintain fax
                                                        machines, assist users, and send faxes and retrieve and route incoming faxes.

30.001    HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER                        Direct and coordinate organization activities related to human resources and industrial relations
                                                        functions. Responsibilities include but are not limited to employment, compensation, benefits,
                                                        payroll, organizational development, affirmative action, TQM, training, recruitment, and safety.
                                                        Implement programs and policies designed to protect company and employee interests in
                                                        accordance with company HR policies and governmental laws and regulations. Identify and comply
                                                        with legal requirements and government reporting regulations.
30.005    HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT (EMPL INTERVIEWER)   Human Resource Assistant (Employment Interviewer) - Review employment applications and
                                                        interview prospective applicants to evaluate qualifications. Administer pre-employment tests and
                                                        checks references. Maintain records of resumes, applicant flow and employee selection. Prepare
                                                        related reports. Inform applicants of general job duties and responsibilities, compensation and
                                                        benefits, and general organizational policies.
30.020    PAYROLL CLERK                                 Compile and record payroll data, such as hours worked, taxes, insurance, union dues, exemptions,
                                                        etc. Review wages computed and correct errors to ensure accuracy of payroll. Keep records of
                                                        leave pay and nontaxable wages. Prepare and/or issue paychecks. Prepare periodic reports of
                                                        earnings, taxes and deductions.
30.025    NURSE, INDUSTRIAL                             Administer first aid to employees or other individuals who become ill or are involved in an accident
                                                        on company premises. Maintain an adequate inventory of medical supplies. Prepare and maintain
                                                        medical records, accident reports and workers' compensation claims.




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JOBCODE   JOBTITLE                          DESCRIP
40.001    BUYER I                           First level of professional purchasing activities, typically requiring a bachelor's degree in business or
                                            equivalent and 0-3 years of experience, or equivalent. Under supervision of a purchasing manager
                                            and/or with direction from senior purchasing staff, performs purchasing duties of limited scope and
                                            authority. Prepares bid specifications, receive bids and make purchases of commodities or goods
                                            where the financial impact is limited. May work directly in support of line operations and in
                                            collaboration with department managers, engineers or operations staff. Materials or equipment
                                            purchased are processed, consumed or used in the organization and are not purchased for direct
                                            resale. This is not a merchandising buyer.
40.002    BUYER II                          Experienced level of professional purchasing activities, typically requiring a bachelor's degree in
                                            business and 3-5 years of experience, or equivalent. Incumbents at this level have the authority to
                                            purchase at the most favorable price consistent with quality, quantity, delivery and other factors, raw
                                            materials, equipment, machinery and/or supplies for the operation of the organization. Prepares bid
                                            specifications, receives bids and makes purchases of commodities or goods where the financial
                                            impact is moderate. May work directly in support of line operations and in collaboration with
                                            department managers, engineers or operations staff. Participates in the selection of vendor sources
                                            and has considerable latitude in determining acceptable price. Materials purchased are processed,
                                            consumed or used in the organization and are not purchased for direct resale. This is not a
                                            merchandising buyer.
40.015    PURCHASING AGENT                  General responsibility for all purchasing of material, equipment, supplies. Determine proper sources
                                            of supply for most economical purchases, arrange for and give full weight to competitive quotations,
                                            dependability of resourcefulness of supplier in meeting organization requirements. Responsible for
                                            maintenance of all necessary records of purchases, prices, deliveries. Locate new sources of
                                            supply as necessary, keep abreast of changing material and market conditions, and advises top
                                            management on current trends in prices, availability of material.

50.001    INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGER       Plan, direct and control the development, installation and maintenance of computer business and
                                            scientific applications programs, hardware and telecommunication systems. Develop and establish
                                            departmental standards and procedures and assign, direct and coordinate the work of the
                                            programming staff, providing technical support and direction.
50.005    SOFTWARE ENGINEER                 Responsible for the research, design and development of computer software systems in conjunction
                                            with hardware product development and application to meet needs of the organization and
                                            customer. Analyze software requirements to determine feasibility of design within time and cost
                                            restraints; formulate and design software system, testing procedures and documentation.

50.010    SUPERVISOR, COMPUTER OPERATIONS   Plan, supervise and coordinate the computer operations section. Schedule and utilize the computer
                                            and auxiliary equipment to obtain maximum and most economical operations. Train, instruct and
                                            assign personnel to the various operations utilizing skills and knowledge to the best advantage.
                                            Investigate and resolve operation problems.
50.015    SYSTEMS ANALYST                   Analyze business problems such as development of integrated production, inventory control, sales
                                            analysis, and marketing, to refine its formulation and convert it to programmable form for MIS
                                            applications. Confer with superior and department heads of units involved to ascertain specific
                                            output requirements such as type of breakouts, degree of data summarization and format for
                                            management reports.
50.020    PROGRAMMER ANALYST                Plan, develop, test, debug and document computer software programs. Evaluate user requests for
                                            new or modified programs to determine feasibility, cost and time required and compatibility with
                                            current system. Formulate plan outline steps required to develop the program and submit plan for
                                            approval; upon approval develop program considering language, graphics, and terminal display
                                            screen and printer capability.
50.025    COMPUTER PROGRAMMER               Perform a wide variety of duties involving a general knowledge of company operations and activities
                                            to develop systems, methods, procedures and programs to meet specific plans and objectives.
                                            Conduct a detailed analysis and study of requirements to develop an integrated system. Duties and
                                            responsibilities include the necessary research analysis, program developments, testing, checking,
                                            debugging, refining, or other technical considerations to establish an effective program and meet
                                            established objectives.
50.030    LAN ADMINISTRATOR                 Direct and coordinate local area computer network activities including establishing and maintaining
                                            network users, user environment, directories and security. Maintain logs and reports of activity;
                                            respond to user problems and questions; train new users and established users on changes to
                                            software. Update the operating system and manage memory usage, network printing and technical
                                            resources.
50.035    COMPUTER OPERATOR                 Under limited supervision, monitor and control a computer by operating central console or on-line
                                            terminals. May operate auxiliary equipment directly associated with computer. May maintain
                                            records regarding output units and computer supply inventories. May assist in manipulating controls
                                            to rearrange sequence of job steps to continue operations when individual units of the system
                                            malfunction. Competent to work on most phases of computer operations but still may require some
                                            instructions and guidance for other phases.
50.040    DATA ENTRY OPERATOR               Operate data entry devices to record and/or verify from source documents. Check for and correct
                                            errors. Follow a generally standardized pattern of operations.
60.001    ENGINEER, PROJECT LEVEL           Plan, conduct broad engineering project assignments normally involving several small highly
                                            technical projects or one major project of high complexity where guidelines are broad in nature.
                                            Position has considerable latitude due to non-judgmental action or decision. Requires a Bachelor's
                                            or Master's Degree or equivalent.
60.005    INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING I          Includes occupations concerned with the design and installation of integrated systems of personnel,
                                            materials, machinery, and equipment. Accessory techniques may include those used in mechanical
                                            and various other engineering specialties. Typical specialization are plant layout; production
                                            methods and standards; costs control; quality control; time, motion, and incentive studies; and
                                            methods, production, and safety engineering. ED: BS+ 0-3 yrs, or equivalent exp; entry level.
                                            KNOWL: Is able to draw solutions from formal training or experience. RESP: Under general
                                            supervision uses established policies and procedures to complete work that is slightly routine to
                                            varied in nature for part of a major project or for projects of moderate complexity. SUPV: Generally
                                            none, but may provide direction to technicians.




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JOBCODE   JOBTITLE                              DESCRIP
60.006    INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING II             Includes occupations concerned with the design and installation of integrated systems of personnel,
                                                materials, machinery, and equipment. Accessory techniques may include those used in mechanical
                                                and various other engineering specialties. Typical specialization are plant layout; production
                                                methods and standards; costs control; quality control; time, motion, and incentive studies; and
                                                methods, production, and safety engineering. ED: BS+ 3-7 yrs or MS+ 1-4 yrs, or equivalent
                                                experience. KNOWL: Demonstrates creativity and ingenuity in applying eng. principles/practices.
                                                Has wide range of experience in a specialization and may have knowledge of other eng. fields.
                                                Generally creative at problem solving. RESP: Assignments are stated in terms of objectives,
                                                requiring project planning and judgment. Work is broad in nature requiring minimal supervision or
                                                may have overall project responsibility. SUPV: May act as lead on projects.

60.007    INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING III            Includes occupations concerned with the design and installation of integrated systems of personnel,
                                                materials, machinery, and equipment. Accessory techniques may include those used in mechanical
                                                and various other engineering specialties. Typical specialization are plant layout; production
                                                methods and standards; costs control; quality control; time, motion, and incentive studies; and
                                                methods, production, and safety engineering. ED: BS+ 7+ yrs or MS+ 4+ yrs, or equivalent
                                                experience; senior/project leadership. KNOWL: Has extensive knowledge in a field of specialization
                                                along with knowledge of other eng. fields. Able to clearly define and communicate technical path to
                                                solutions for critical challenges. RESP: Work requires project planning and judgment. Is foremost
                                                technical authority in area of specialty. SUPV: Has total critical project responsibility.

60.010    SALES ENGINEER                        Responsible for wide variety of technical sales / service duties with total account responsibility for
                                                assigned product line(s) including major key accounts. Duties involve assessing customer needs
                                                and specifications, presenting engineering technical support, selling, pricing and prospecting.
                                                Achieve sales forecasts as assigned and increase depth / breath of sales penetration within
                                                assigned area.
60.015    DESIGNER, PRODUCT                     Responsible for the design, development or modification of finished products. Conduct and direct
                                                design and development work and model construction. Responsible for the accuracy and utility of all
                                                drawings, tests, specifications, measurements and computations.
60.020    ENGINEER, PRODUCT                     Responsible for research or development work, solution of problems, design of new models,
                                                mechanisms involving application of more than one of the following factors: pneumatic, electric,
                                                electronic, hydraulic, refrigeration, optics, chemical or mechanical. Coordinate development and
                                                design problems with research engineering, tooling and manufacturing. Follow-up on building of
                                                design and life test models. Analyze test results and develop new ideas as suggested by tests.
                                                Prepare design drawings and estimates of development costs. Responsible for determining and
                                                establishing specifications and standards. Follow-up on building of pilot production model. Discuss
                                                and consult with sales, service or customer on product requirements, specifications where design or
                                                manufacturing problems are involved.
60.025    ENGINEER, ENTRY LEVEL                 This position is the entry professional engineering level requiring a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
                                                or equivalent in proven experience. Perform routine engineering duties involving design, design
                                                analysis and simple tests. Following standardized procedures, responsible for routine parts or minor
                                                phases of an engineering project. Work under close direction of Engineering Project Leader.

60.030    DESIGNER, CAD                         Perform complex and difficult design tasks requiring the operation and application of Computer
                                                Aided Design equipment such as digitizer, plotter, CRT and associated peripheral equipment.
                                                Require extensive skill and knowledge of equipment capabilities, application techniques and design
                                                limitations. Maintain technical coordination with Engineering and Design staff members. Work
                                                assignments are typified by their complexity and non-routine nature where established techniques
                                                and procedures may not exist. Provide work leadership to lower level CAD designers, review work
                                                for quality and accuracy.
60.035    DRAFTER, DETAIL                       May operate a computer aided equipment or manually draw, to design and prepare a variety of
                                                complex and detailed engineering part drawings, diagrams, etc. involving difficult sections, various
                                                materials and processing techniques. Work independently from complicated layout drawings and
                                                specifications. Requires general understanding of manufacturing process.
60.040    DRAFTER, LAYOUT                       May use computer aided equipment, or manually draw, to prepare a wide variety of complex
                                                conceptual drawings requiring a full understanding of functions and material requirements. Work
                                                from general instructions, complicated specifications and prototype layouts. May select and specify
                                                basic materials, standardized manufacturing procedures, assembly sequence, etc. Requires a
                                                general knowledge of materials, manufacturing processes and procedures.
70.001    SALES MANAGER                         Responsible for sale of organization products in specified district or other assigned geographic area.
                                                Supervise sales force / sales office activities as required. In addition, may also select and develop
                                                dealers or other distributor outlets and, in some cases, may supervise regional warehousing or other
                                                distributing facilities.
70.005    SALESPERSON                           Responsible for accounts within assigned territory. Prospect, service and develop new accounts.
                                                Expedite goods; establish displays and promotional material presentation for trade shows and
                                                customer presentations. May train and instruct distributor representatives.
70.010    ADVERTISING MANAGER                   Plan and execute advertising policies of the organization working with media personnel, illustrators,
                                                photographers, advertising agencies, Sales Promotion and Marketing Departments to promote
                                                products and concepts of organization through various advertising media. Review and approve
                                                media presentations. Track and direct research activities concerned with gathering information or
                                                statistics pertinent to planning and execution of sales promotion campaigns.

70.015    CUSTOMER SERVICE MANAGER              Responsible for the supervision of customer service group responding to customer needs,
                                                complaints, questions, problems and inquiries as to delivery, service, warrantees, product return and
                                                replacement and/or account credits. Maintain record of activity and inform management of trends
                                                and major and minor product problems.
70.020    REPRESENTATIVE, TELEMARKETING SALES   Contact prospective customers in designated market area to qualify sales leads and/or sell
                                                company products or services. Process accepted orders and provides necessary follow-up. Inform
                                                company sales personnel of qualified leads, accepted orders and price quotations. Enter customer
                                                and sales information into customer database.




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JOBCODE   JOBTITLE                                  DESCRIP
70.025    SALES CORRESPONDENT                       Read correspondence from customers to determine customer needs, particularly concerning the
                                                    manufacture of special products. Make necessary estimates and prepares quotations and
                                                    proposals based on information provided by engineering and production personnel. Keep the
                                                    customer informed of production progress and costs.
70.030    REPRESENTATIVE, CUSTOMER SERVICE          Respond to customer telephone and written inquiries regarding product information, order
                                                    placement, pricing, service and complaints. Take appropriate action, within scope of authority, to
                                                    ensure customer needs are met. Adjust complaints concerning billing or service; refer complaints of
                                                    service failures to designated departments and provide follow-up. Maintain customer database.

80.001    MANUFACTURING MANAGER                     General responsibility for all manufacturing operations only, including machining, fabrication,
                                                    assembly. High degree of judgement and ingenuity required to deal with complex factors not easily
                                                    evaluated, making decisions based on conclusions for which there is little precedent.
80.002    MANUFACTURING DIRECTOR - MULTI FACILITY   Director in charge of manufacturing operations at more than one facility. Typically this job requires a
                                                    bachelor's degree in business or engineering and 10+ years of experience, or equivalent.
                                                    Responsibility for production and manufacturing engineering and may have materials, quality and
                                                    distribution responsibility through subordinate managers and supervisors. Duties include directing
                                                    planning and process development, equipment selection oversight and overall manufacturing
                                                    performance. Establishes functional policies and makes tactical decisions within overall strategic
                                                    direction, with top management guidance.
80.005    QUALITY MANAGER                           Establish and maintain quality control, quality standards, inspection and test methods and
                                                    procedures, determine and recommend inspection and test equipment required for incoming
                                                    inspection / in process, sampling vendor and final test and inspection of finished products.
                                                    Supervise inspection and test procedures, establish and maintain records for quality control.
                                                    Manage, train and deliver TQM and ISO concepts and program to the organization. May maintain
                                                    ISO program.
80.006    ISO 9000/SPC/TQM COORDINATOR              Professional staff job with responsibility for coordinating designated quality initiatives, such as
                                                    European standards (ISO 9000, 9001, 9002, etc.), Statistical Process Control (SPC), or Total
                                                    Quality Management (TQM). Typically this job requires a bachelor's degree and 2+ years of
                                                    experience, or equivalent. Responsible for planning, administering and implementing assigned
                                                    projects, which may cross several functional areas. Typical duties include preparation and delivery
                                                    of related training, measuring and recording organization performance progress, serving as a liaison
                                                    to outside consultants and auditors and participating in vendor qualification. Typically does not
                                                    supervise staff, but may provide work direction to individuals supporting a program.

80.010    SUPERVISOR, PRECISION MACHINING           Supervise set-up and operation of standard machine tools and attachments to perform various
                                                    operations connected with the production of parts, assemblies and complete units. Typical
                                                    examples of such machines are milling machines, drill presses, screw machines, lathes, gear
                                                    cutters, grinders and similar tools. May include supervision of associated assembly operations.

80.015    SUPERVISOR, MAINTENANCE                   Supervise maintaining, repairing and servicing of plant equipment, buildings and facilities, including
                                                    installation of equipment, preventive maintenance and repair work. Typically supervise Journeyman
                                                    Mechanics and support personnel. May coordinate work performed by outside contractors.

80.020    MILLWRIGHT                                Install and move large equipment requiring accuracy and care to align and balance and involving
                                                    difficult rigging. Dismantle and re-assemble units as circumstances indicate. Prepare machine
                                                    foundations; select or specify shafts, hangers, pulleys and belts. Install, repair and maintain counter
                                                    and line shafts, power drives.
80.025    TOOL AND DIE MAKER                        Plan, construct, alter and repair a wide variety of tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and gauges to very close
                                                    tolerance. Perform development work, difficult toolroom operations, skilled fitting, timing and
                                                    adjusting. Plan construction procedures and methods. Select materials. Make allowances for
                                                    shrinkage during heat treating of tools, metal flow in dies. Make tool tryouts. Diagnose and correct
                                                    trouble in complicated dies and tools.
80.026    LEAD PERSON/TEAM LEADER (TOOL ROOM)       Assists supervision in the assignment of work, training of employees and completion of required
                                                    paperwork. May perform production tasks/operations as required. May recommend, but does not
                                                    perform disciplinary action.
80.030    SUPERVISOR, GENERAL                       Direct and coordinate activities of several manufacturing or service departments through
                                                    subordinate supervisors. Full accountability for results in terms of costs, methods, quality and
                                                    quantity of production, operations and personnel. Set up standards of performance, check progress,
                                                    regulate interdepartmental flow of work, analyze serious delays and take remedial action. Interpret
                                                    and clarify rules, regulations and general policies. Arrange for additional employees, shift and
                                                    transfers. Adjust primary grievances in conjunction with first line supervisors.

80.035    SUPERVISOR, SEMI-SKILLED OPERATIONS       Supervisor semi-skilled employees performing various production activities, e.g., Assemblers,
                                                    Welders, Machine Tenders, Fabricators, etc. (as opposed to supervisor who supervises employees
                                                    performing essentially similar operations).
80.040    SUPERVISOR, UNSKILLED OPERATIONS          Supervise bench or floor assembly of products or parts of a relatively simple nature where
                                                    assemblers require primarily manual dexterity and minimal training. The work cycle is either long
                                                    runs on the same or similar items, or short runs of limited variety. Assemblers are provided detailed
                                                    instructions as to exact procedures to be followed and their work is subject to regular check and
                                                    inspection. Does not include supervisors whose responsibilities include supervising assembly
                                                    operations more complex than those outlined above.
80.045    ELECTRICIAN, MAINTENANCE                  Lay out, install and maintain a wide variety of electrical equipment such as motors, motor generator
                                                    sets, rectifiers, transformers, alarm and communication systems, machine and process controls,
                                                    relays, circuit breakers, electronic devices. Install power, light electronic and control circuits and
                                                    apparatus, establish secondary distribution centers, balance loads, wire complicated circuits with a
                                                    large number of connections. Diagnose trouble, replace or repair parts. Make adjustments.




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JOBCODE   JOBTITLE                              DESCRIP
80.050    ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, HIGHER LEVEL   Perform a wide variety of highly technical duties to test, troubleshoot and repair complex and
                                                sophisticated electronic systems. May provide technical expertise to production and/or field
                                                personnel to assist in resolving technical problems. May be involved with the adaptation or design
                                                of complex test equipment and development of related procedures and documentation. Normally
                                                requires an Associate's Degree in Electronics plus 3 to 5 years of experience.
80.055    ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, LOWER LEVEL    Perform a wide variety of duties to test, troubleshoot and repair complex electronic systems. Set up
                                                and operate complex test equipment in accordance with standard test procedures. May provide
                                                guidance to production personnel to resolve technical problems. Normally requires an Associate's
                                                Degree in Electronics plus 1 to 2 years of experience.
80.060    CHEMIST                               Responsible for conducting of chemical research, analysis, synthesis and experimentation on
                                                organic and inorganic compounds and substances, for such purposes as product and process
                                                development and application, quantitative and qualitative analysis and improvement of analytical
                                                methodologies. Work may include new equipment development, means to respond to governmental
                                                legislation and methods for the solution of technical problems.
80.065    GENERAL MAINTENANCE, HIGHER LEVEL     Perform more complicated tasks on the maintenance of plant, machines or office buildings. Perform
                                                carpentry, electric, pipefitting, hydraulics, pneumatics, refrigeration, and plumbing repairs as
                                                necessary. Troubleshoot and repair existing and potential problems. May have knowledge of two or
                                                more specific maintenance trades such as carpentry, pipefitting, electrical, or mechanical. May edit
                                                and program programmable logic controllers (PLC).
80.070    GENERAL MAINTENANCE, LOWER LEVEL      Perform generalist's tasks on the maintenance of plants or office buildings. Perform basic
                                                carpentry, electric pipefitting and plumbing repair as necessary. Scrape, putty, and paint walls,
                                                woodwork and fixtures. Replace light bulbs, covers, and filters. May lubricate and do simple
                                                maintenance on machines and equipment. Call more skilled or contract service companies for
                                                major or complicated repairs.
80.080    MACHINE REPAIR                        Install, maintain and repair complex machines and tools such as horizontal boring bars, large boring
                                                mills, automatic screw machines and lathes, gear cutters and generators, large special purpose
                                                machines, and molding machines, core blowers and extrusion machines, conveyors systems,
                                                grinders, etc. Plan repair procedures, machine and fabricate parts, perform skilled fitting and
                                                aligning as required. Work from complicated drawings and specifications. Use a variety of precision
                                                measuring instruments for exacting measurements. Apprenticeship or equivalent training plus
                                                considerable experience is required to perform work. Work from general assignments and proceed
                                                with minimum supervision and directions.
80.085    MACHINIST                             Perform a variety of machining operations such as milling, profiling, drilling, bench lathe, turret lathe,
                                                boring machine, surface grinder, etc., on a variety of parts working to very close tolerances. Select
                                                set up procedures, tooling speeds, feeds on typical work. May receive set up assistance on more
                                                complex work. Maintain setups. Condition tools to maintain precision cutting requirements. Check
                                                work using a wide variety of precision measuring devices.
80.090    CNC/NC MACHINE OPERATOR               Set up and operate one or more computer numeric control or numeric control machines, to perform
                                                drilling, reaming, tapping, milling, boring and other machining operations over a wide range of
                                                surfaces, diameters and depths. The positioning in all axis and the changing of preset tools are
                                                programmed to automatically follow the pre-established methods. The setups on some jobs are
                                                complicated and require milling to close tolerances. Determine proper operation sequence, select
                                                and adjust tools in an adapters, and mounts in storage matrix (drum). May also include laser
                                                operations.
80.095    SCHEDULER, PRODUCTION                 Plan and prepare production schedules for the manufacture of industrial or commercial products.
                                                Create a master schedule to establish the starting and finishing dates, along with lead times, for
                                                each operation necessary to meet shipping dates. Plan and schedule workload and labor
                                                requirements for each department according to established manufacturing standards. Monitor
                                                operations and in consultation with engineering, production and purchasing departments, make
                                                changes to the schedule to accommodate unforeseen conditions. Prepare weekly labor requirement
                                                reports, schedule performance report and periodic load report.

80.100    PRODUCTION PLANNER                    Plan and organize stages of production control for producing organization's product to meet the
                                                customer's requirements, including raw materials, purchased and manufactured parts and
                                                components, building of sub-assemblies and complete units to meet shipping dates. Maintain check
                                                on production, stock rooms, receiving, and shipping to keep informed. Consult and discuss with
                                                supervision on equipment and staffing. Review project with customer representative to furnish
                                                information. Assist and instruct others on details of work as necessary.

80.105    INSPECTOR, HIGHER LEVEL               Final inspecting of a wide variety of parts of complicated form with very close tolerances, sub-
                                                assemblies and completed units. Plan inspection procedures and methods, make a wide variety of
                                                gauging set-ups, devise methods of checking unusual parts, determine allowable variations from
                                                standard. Make disposition of rejects. Check completed units for workmanship, proper operation,
                                                mechanical hydraulic, electronic or electrical requirements. Assist lower class inspectors. Use
                                                large calipers, gauge blocks, hardness testers, comparators, optical devices, indicators, meters.

80.110    INSPECTOR, LOWER LEVEL                Follow standardized procedures or detailed instructions. Visually inspect or check a few points of
                                                small parts with acceptance limits clearly defined or reference samples furnished. Use simple
                                                gauges or "go-no-go" type, direct reading gauges requiring only reasonable care and dependability.

80.115    INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE OPERATOR    Operate various sizes of injection molding machines after set ups are made by others. May assist
                                                with set ups and adjustments under supervision. Position inserts, cycle press and remove molded
                                                parts, clear knockout pins to ensure proper action. Check molded parts for fill-out, color, surface
                                                blemishes, finish and dimensions. Inform Plant Supervisor or Set Up Person of irregularities.

80.120    PAINT, SPRAYER                        Mix paint, enamels, lacquers to match standardized colors of products, and to proper consistency
                                                and viscosity for spraying or brushing, Make allowance for change in color during drying or baking.
                                                Prepare surface, apply coatings, and touch up marred surfaces.




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JOBCODE   JOBTITLE                         DESCRIP
80.125    EXPEDITER, PRODUCTION            Follow orders through the production process. Audit process to determine if production schedule is
                                           being followed. Work with production supervisors to ensure the availability of materials and to
                                           coordinate changes in the production schedule resulting from material shortages or other problems
                                           that may result in production delays. Issue regular reports to the production control section.

80.130    PRODUCTION MACHINE OPERATOR      Perform highly repetitive types of short cycle machine operations associated with quantity production
                                           of identical units. Start, stop and feed the machine, and watch for imperfect operations. Speeds,
                                           feeds and tooling are ordinarily prescribed. In case of trouble, calls it to the attention of a set-up
                                           person or supervisor. Normally works under close supervision. This job is mainly one of machine
                                           tending.
80.135    FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIAN         Install, service, and repair company installed equipment. Perform periodic preventative and
                                           corrective maintenance; repair and correct malfunctions as necessary, and modify or update
                                           equipment when required. Generally operates in the field, from home office or may be assigned
                                           directly to customer facility to provide constant technical support.
80.140    DRILL PRESS OPERATOR             Operate or set up and operate single or multiple spindle drill presses to perform drilling, boring,
                                           reaming, threading and spot facing operations on a production basis. Must be able to perform work
                                           with close tolerance and finish requirements and have a general knowledge of standard machining
                                           techniques. Work from blueprints, templates, sketches and manufacturing process sheets and uses
                                           standard measuring instruments such as calipers, micrometers and gauges.
80.145    PUNCH PRESS OPERATOR             Sets up, adjust and operate a punch press to perform such operations as punching, blanking,
                                           shearing, forming, drawing, etc. Position, align and secure dies or die members, adjust ram stroke
                                           and material stop gauges and sets stripper or ejecting mechanism. Produce samples for
                                           inspection; adjust to secure required dimensions and quality and produces production run. Work
                                           from drawings, patterns, templates, or samples.
80.150    WELDER, ARC                      Perform difficult and unusual hand welding operations on a wide range of metals and alloys for
                                           complex precision assemblies involving a considerable amount of welding to high strength and
                                           pressure requirements. Regulate current and voltage for proper penetration and fusion of metals;
                                           select electrode type and size. Considerable skill required to fuse dissimilar metals, obtain
                                           maximum weld strength, and avoid distortion.
80.155    WELDER, SPOT                     Spot weld a variety of parts or products following standard procedures. Set up machine, select
                                           proper electrodes and holders, regulate time, current and pressure. Handle and position work with
                                           or without use of fixtures. Properly space number of welds to meet varying conditions and materials
                                           to obtain a proper fusion, strength and finish and avoid distortion or burning.

80.160    ASSEMBLER, PRECISION             Assemble variety of sub-assemblies and bench or floor erection of complete unit. Handle light /
                                           average weight parts. Use hand and power tools. Select assembly method and erection procedure.
                                           Fit parts to very close tolerances and operating requirements involving filing, scraping of bearings
                                           and flat surfaces. Accurate alignment of sub-assemblies to unit. Press shafts into parts, fit key,
                                           align and drill mating parts, drill and ream for dowel pins. Mount and connect auxiliary, mechanical,
                                           electrical, electronic, pneumatic or hydraulic equipment, cut / fit pipe and tubing. Make operating
                                           tests and final adjustments. Fit and adjust to very close tolerances.

80.165    ASSEMBLER, SEMI-SKILLED          Assemble a variety of products. Handle light and average weight parts, hand and power tools.
                                           Select assemble methods. Fit parts to close tolerances involving filing, scraping of bearings and flat
                                           surfaces. Align and adjust parts for free working and proper operation. Align and drill mating parts
                                           in assembly, drill and ream for dowel pins. Make operating tests and final adjustments.

80.170    ASSEMBLER, UNSKILLED             Assemble minor units with a small number of details following standardize methods. Handle very
                                           light parts. Use hand and simple power tools. Simple fitting involved, reaming, tapping, and filing of
                                           non-critical parts, simple adjustments or alignment of parts for free working. Make simple tests of
                                           completed unit following prescribed procedure and limits of acceptance. Assembling, minor fitting,
                                           adjusting, and testing.
80.175    FORK LIFT OPERATOR               Operate gas or electric truck in and between departments, building and yard areas. Collect and
                                           deliver a wide variety of materials, semi-finished and finished products. Keep designated work
                                           areas supplied with material, pile or stack materials safely in designated locations.
80.180    JANITOR/SWEEPER                  Clean assigned areas in plant and office using power equipment such as floor sweeper, polishers,
                                           vacuum cleaners; remove chips, turnings, keeping various types separated; place in designated
                                           location. Clean drinking fountains, office partition windows, washrooms, toilets, lavatories; replenish
                                           supplies.
80.185    TOOL CRIB ATTENDANT              General responsibility for small tool crib. Issue tools, dies, jigs and fixtures upon request, or
                                           according to instructions, drawings, operation sheets, tool lists. Check for obvious damage,
                                           necessity of repairs or sharpening. Make record of withdrawals and receipts through card or check
                                           system. Issue supplies, maintain tool and supply stocks, issue purchase requisition when stock is
                                           low. Select storage spaces. Grind drills, ordinary milling, cutters, taps, reamers, etc.

90.001    WAREHOUSE MANAGER                Responsible for directing and controlling warehouse activities to ensure the efficient and economical
                                           utilization of facilities for storing and distributing raw materials and finished goods inventories.
                                           Supervise prompt delivery of merchandise of the kind and in the amount ordered.
90.005    TRAFFIC MANAGER                  Direct Traffic Department engaged in maintaining customer schedules and shipping items from
                                           stock or production. Interpret customers' orders as to packaging requirements and requisition for
                                           purchase of packaging material in quantities and in special design to meet government standards or
                                           customer specifications. Dispatch organization trucks, their operation, maintenance and general
                                           repair. Maintain files of vendors and material certifications.
90.010    MATERIALS MANAGER                Responsible for overall control / movement of materials in and out of plants, warehouses and points
                                           of distribution. Responsible for directing and administering purchasing, production scheduling and
                                           control, inventory and warehouse stock control, warehousing, sales order entry, customer service,
                                           traffic and shipping.
90.015    SUPERVISOR, SHIPPING/RECEIVING   Supervise normal shipping, receiving and/or packing operations of assembling orders, packing
                                           and/or crating for shipment, counting materials received and keeping records.




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JOBCODE   JOBTITLE                     DESCRIP
90.020    WAREHOUSE MATERIAL HANDLER   By means of hand trucks, hand lifts, electric hoist, and other power driven equipment, move cases,
                                       crates, packaged merchandise, and other material about a warehouse, between loading platform
                                       and storage areas. Load and unload railroad freight cars and trucks; stack and otherwise store
                                       merchandise in designated areas in the warehouse; pack and wrap merchandise when required.

90.025    STOREKEEPER                  Storekeeper - Work usually in a stockroom. Check incoming material or supplies, report shortages
                                       or damaged material, supplies or products. Assign bin locations. Maintain stock records, post
                                       receipts and withdrawals. Report when stock is low. Fill requisitions and orders promptly and
                                       accurately. Take inventory.
90.030    SHIPPER/RECEIVER             Count, weigh and check incoming material and supplies. Make out receiving reports, report
                                       shortages and damaged material. Assemble orders for shipment, count, weight and check against
                                       shipping order, report shortages. Label or stencil shipping containers. Select routing and carrier
                                       when not specified by customer. Arrange for pick-up by carrier.
90.035    STOCK SELECTOR               Work from requisitions, orders, stock lists. Select a wide variety of materials and supplies,
                                       accumulate orders, and deliver to distribution center or departments. Report shortages, assist in
                                       putting stock away, selecting bin or shortage locations, and taking inventory.
90.040    TRUCK DRIVER, LOCAL          Operate truck to make pick-ups and deliveries between plants, railroad sidings or express depots.
                                       Check or assist in the loading or unloading of trucks. Check quantities of goods received; obtain
                                       proper signatures for deliveries. (Driving usually confined within city or suburban areas.)

90.045    PACKER                       Pack a variety of parts or products in standard boxes, crates or other containers and from specified
                                       details as to excelsior, pads and other packing materials. Use care in blocking to eliminate shifting
                                       of product in transit.




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