A CEO is the highest ranking executive manager in Sanmax. before Managing Director and the Board. and is usually in charge of the day-to-day operations and management of an organisation.
They must provide strong leadership, and be able to give clear direction and guidance to the management team, whilst at the same time allowing them the autonomy to operate successfully.
The job description of a CEO can vary according to the organization they work for, or the industry they are in. On top of all this a CEO should be a seasoned professional who has a proven track record in achieving corporate growth targets.
A CEO's life is all about indulgent lunches and rounds of golf while other mugs do all the hard work, right? Sadly no.
As the highest ranking executive manager in an organisation, the CEO is responsible for everything from the paper clip budget through to developing strategies for business growth.
You have to be in control of everything or risk losing it all.
Every type of business you can think of will have a CEO at the helm, and the specific tasks can vary according to the industry.
But put simply, a CEO does everything. Even if they aren't the person who actually does it, they are the person who has told someone to do it, or told someone who tells someone to do it.
Think of a business as a triangle; the CEO is sat at the top, controlling everything below.
In addition to high-powered meetings with the board of directors, senior management and other companies, a CEO will look after anything involved in the day-to-day running of the business.
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It can be tough at the top, as well as lonely. Apart from the board of directors, a CEO is left to their own devices and even if they do ask for feedback, most workers won’t be keen to point out failings in the big boss.
Even with a plush office, a CEO's life isn't easy. It's an extremely tough working environment, with long hours and lots of stress.
Even if there is a long lunch to woo clients, or an evening gala to attend, days usually hover around the 12-hour mark.
Promotion is a tad limited a position onto the board of directors is about it, where the new CEO will answer to them.
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A CEO job description should include, but not be limited to :
Key skills required
The personal skills that are required for the job :
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Responsibilities of Chief Executive Officer
There is no standardized list of the major functions and responsibilities carried out by position of chief executive officer.
The following list is one perspective and includes the major functions typically addressed by job descriptions of chief executive officers.
1. Board Administration and Support
Supports operations and administration of Board by advising and informing Board members, interfacing between Board and staff, and supporting Board's evaluation of chief executive
2. Program, Product and Service Delivery
Oversees design, marketing, promotion, delivery and quality of programs, products and services
3. Financial, Tax, Risk and Facilities Management
Recommends yearly budget for Board approval and prudently manages organization's resources within those budget guidelines according to current laws and regulations
4. Human Resource Management
Effectively manages the human resources of the organization according to authorized personnel policies and procedures that fully conform to current laws and regulations
5. Community and Public Relations
Assures the organization and its mission, programs, products and services are consistently presented in strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders
6. Fundraising (nonprofit-specific)
Oversees fundraising planning and implementation, including identifying resource requirements, researching funding sources, establishing strategies to approach funders, submitting proposals and administrating fundraising records and documentation
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS
To be one of the Great Executive of Sanmax we require Experience in strategic planning and execution. Knowledge of contracting, negotiating, and change management.
Skill in examining and re-engineering operations and procedures. Experience in formulating policy, and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures.
Ability to develop financial plans and manage resources. Ability to analyze and interpret financial data. Knowledge of public relations principles and practices.
Knowledge of communication and public relation techniques. Ability to develop and deliver presentations. Ability to identify and secure funding / revenue sources.
Work requires professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to communicate and interact with officials at all levels of government and to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
Ability to motivate teams and simultaneously manage several projects.
This is normally acquired through a combination of the completion of a Masters Degree in Business Administration, Finance or Accounting and ten years of experience in a leadership role for a large division or company.
Work requires willingness to work a flexible schedule and travel.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.