How to Become a Department Manager(4 courses)
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Accelerate your career as a manager with this online Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management (BSB61015).View course information
This Diploma of Business (BSB50215) course from Mentor Education will give you the skills to meet the challenges that managers and key business leaders face in the modern world.View course information
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Definition of Department Manager
Department Managers are responsible for governing all the functions of a particular division, such as sales or production, within a company or organisation. They oversee all staff within their department and implement strategies aimed at increasing productivity.
Conducting training and seminars to motivate and improve the skills of their employees, Department Managers continually assess the teamâ€™s productivity in order to help them achieve goals and targets.
Upholding company policies and guidelines, the Department Manager produces methods and processes that will benefit and enhance their division and, by extension, the business. They provide mentoring, implement company changes, hire, coach and assess employees to ensure maximum efficiency.
What are the responsibilities of a Department Manager ?
- Enforcing company policies and guidelines.
- Managing team members and maximising productivity.
- Upholding and improving efficiency and company standards.
- Recruiting, teaching and assessing staff.
- Motivating employees and maintaining a safe, comfortable work environment.
- Reporting to higher management on progress and performance.
Career Outlook for Department Manager
The average age of people working as is 41 with 62.30% of them being male. 89.50% of are employed full-time and they typically work around 42.9 hours per week.
Unemployment is below average and, with A Bachelor Degree or higher, the average Community Worker can earn around $1,858 per week Before Tax. In 2015 there were 125,900 working and the future growth of the profession is predicted to be moderate, with numbers around 132,500 in 2020.