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    I've just started working in a family business. My role is doing everything from pays, doing the books, stationery etc. basically anything and everything admin related. What would you name the job role? I can't think of anything I like!

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    Administration Manager, Business Manager, Operations Manager, Finance Manager. I've seen all those titles in roles like this

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    I would say Operations Manager as that is all encompassing and sounds more senior than 'admin' and more than just 'finance'

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    Oooohhhh, I don't mind Operations Manager or Business Manager. I had a look at a long list online and nothing really grabbed me, and Office Manager just sounds weird!

    What about combining the 2 to Business Operations Manager? Or is that too w@nky?

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    Director, Global Business Operations and Finance!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGooch View Post
    Global Operations Director... GOD!
    A place I used to work at the 2IC had something like this. I think his was General Operations Director . But he had it written on his door like

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGooch View Post
    Global Operations Director... GOD!
    I like your thinking there.

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