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Number  Name Description (tasks and duties) Unit Groups 

201

Legislative OfficialsWorkers in this unit group preside over or participate in the proceedings of legislative bodies and administrative councils of national, state, provincial or local governments. Their functions include: formulating and deciding on laws, rules and regulations within the framework of a constitution determining their powers and fields of jurisdiction; serving on government administrative boards or official committees; directing, on behalf of the government, administrators of departments implementing government policy. Legislative officials who serve only in a part-time capacity and are principally engaged in another occupation are classified elsewhere, in the group appropriate to their main occupation.

202

Government AdministratorsWorkers in this unit group advise governments on policy questions and plan, organise and direct activities of government departments and agencies to implement government policy and laws, rules and regulations. Their functions include: participating in forming governmental policy and directing its application by national, state, provincial or local government departments and agencies which deal with subjects such as finance, health, education, justice, labour and public welfare, or performing similar functions in intergovernmental organisations. Government employees who might sometimes be called

210

Managers, Specialisation UnknownWorkers in this unit group perform managerial functions as described in minor group 2-1. Their specialisation is unknown.

211

General ManagersWorkers in this unit group plan, direct, control and co-ordinate, on proprietors' or on own behalf, the activities of an industrial, commercial, public utility, transport, communication or other enterprise or organisation. Their functions include: formulating and determining, within the powers delegated to them by a board of directors or similar governing body, or by official decree, the general policy and programme of the enterprise or organisation; determining the methods by which the programme should be carried out; controlling and co-ordinating the activities of the different functional sections of the enterprise or organisation; conducting or directing negotiations on behalf of the undertaking; approving senior staff appointments. General managers and working proprietors of certain types of establishments are specifically excluded from this unit group: see definition of minor group 2-1. Government administrators are classified in unit group 2-02.

212

Production ManagersWorkers in this unit group plan, organise, direct and control the activities of the production department of an undertaking. Their functions include: participating in formulating production policy; drawing up production programme of the undertaking according to policy decisions of general manager; estimating and ensuring provision of the labour, materials and equipment needed; controlling, through subordinates, the organisation of work and co-ordinating the activities of production department.

213

Sales ManagersWorkers in this unit group plan, organise, co-ordinate and direct businesses or local branches of businesses in wholesale or retail trade on behalf of the proprietors. Their functions include: planning and organising a business or a branch of a business in wholesale or retail trade; directing workers engaged in purchasing goods and selling them to retailers, industrial, commercial or other large consumers in a wholesale business; directing workers engaged in purchasing goods and selling them for personal or household consumption or use in a retail business; organising and controlling the work of purchasing, sales and other staff.

214

Managers (Catering and Lodging Services)Workers in this unit group plan, organise, co-ordinate and direct hotels, restaurants, guest houses, cafes, bars, caravan parks and similar establishments on behalf of the proprietors. Their functions include: planning, organising, directing and controlling the establishment and its departments; maintaining standards of cleanliness and service; arranging banqueting and other special functions.

219

Managers Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group perform managerial functions not elsewhere classified. Their functions include: planning, organising, directing and controlling a department (other than the production department) of an undertaking, establishment or organisation, within general policy laid down by directorate or governing body; participating in formulation of policy concerning a particular department; drawing up the programme of the department in accordance with policy decisions of general manager; co-operating with other departments of the organisation; negotiating with external organisations on questions affecting departmental policy; reporting to general manager or governing body on work of the department.

220

Supervisors, Foremen and Inspectors, Specialisation UnknownWorkers in this unit group perfom supervisory functions as described in minor group 2-2. Their specialisation is unknown.

221

Clerical supervisorsWorkers in this unit group organise and supervise the daily activities in offices or special office departments of public or private establishments, including allocating work to be performed and controlling and examining work done. Workers who mainly perform managerial duties, such as planning and co-ordination of activities of office departments, are classified in minor group 2-1. Workers (such as head typist, chief bookkeeper, telephonist-in-charge, etc.) whose duties consist primarily in supervising a group of workers all of whom perform essentially the same type of clerical work (e.g. typing, bookkeeping, telephone operating, etc.) are classified in the same group as the workers supervised.

222

Transport and Communications SupervisorsWorkers in this unit group supervise, control and inspect land, air and waterborne transport service operations and telecommunications service operations.

223

Sales SupervisorsWorkers in this unit group supervise workers engaged in selling activities in wholesale and retail establishments or sales departments of other establishments. Their functions include: estimating the types, qualities and quantities of goods required by their customers and ensuring adequate stocks; supervising travelling sales and other sales staff; ensuring that credit and security procedures are observed.

224

Housekeeping and Related Service SupervisorsWorkers in this unit group organise, supervise and carry out housekeeping functions in hotels, clubs and other institutions, on board ships and in private households. Their functions include: organising and supervising the work of domestic staff in hotels, hospitals and similar establishments and in private households; controlling the purchase, storage and issue of supplies and supervising domestic service in hotels, restaurants, clubs and on board ships; supervising the serving of food and beverages and performing related services in private households; organising and supervising domestic staff and supervising general welfare and conduct of individuals in residential institutions; performing other organising and supervisory functions in connection with housekeeping work.

225

Farm SupervisorsWorkers in this unit group supervise the activities of farm workers. Their functions include: supervising and co-ordinating the activities of workers engaged in crop growing, livestock raising and related farm work.

226

Production Supervisors and General ForemenWorkers in this group supervise, subject to the general directives of the Production manager (2-12.20) or general manager (2-11.10), within an industrial enterprise, the production activities of a distinct sector or unit concerned with extracting, processing, fabrication or construction work; they control and co-ordinate the activities of workers engaged in various occupations in this unit including the activities of subordinate supervisors - and foremen. Their functions include: interpreting specifications and job orders; determining sequence of operations and use of equipment; estimation manpower requirements; assigning duties to workers; analysing and resolving work problems; co-ordinating the work of the unit with that of other units in the plant; interpreting enterprise policies to workers; recommending or initiating personnel action.
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