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Industry Profile & Economics
2009 Compensation and Benefits Survey
Are you paying your employees enough? Can your company compete for tough-to-get employees? How does your company compare with your competition regarding:
- Compensation for management and administrative positions
- Compensation for employees in prepress, pressroom, and bindery
- Benefits package
To find out participate in the 2009 Compensation and Benefits Survey and receive the results free. If you are interested in participating, please contact Ed Gleeson at email@example.com or Josh Hathaway at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For your convenience, below is a list of the managerial and administrative job descriptions to help you while completing the survey form.
CEO/President—Manages and directs the organization toward its primary goals and objectives.
COO/Vice President/General Manager—Directs, administers, and coordinates all activities of the organization in support of policies, goals, and objectives established by the CEO, President, or Owner.
Manufacturing/ Production Manager, Plant Manager, VP of Manufacturing, VP of Operations—Directs and coordinates all manufacturing activities for organization, which can include multiple facilities.
CFO, VP Finance/Treasurer—Responsible for the protection of the company’s assets through sound and generally accepted accounting methods and practices. Oversees financial, accounting, and granting policies and procedures.
Sales Manager/Sales VP—Manages sales activities of organization by performing the duties personally or through subordinate supervisors.
Manager of Marketing/Business Development—Creates, administers company’s total sales promotion program, including space advertising, direct mail, and/or public relations.
Customer Service Manager—Supervises all employees in Customer Service Department.
Production Planner/Scheduler—Responsible for placing jobs in a comprehensive schedule and maintaining efficiency of production.
Estimating Manager—Supervises all estimating department personnel.
Human Resources Director/Personnel Manager—Responsible for overall HR policy compliance. Works with all company departments to determine specific personnel needs, advertises for applications, screens resumes and/or conducts initial interviews to determine applicant suitability.
Environmental Health & Safety Manager—Establishes and promotes maintenance of a safe, accident-free and healthy work environment by performing duties personally or through subordinate supervisors. Oversee compliance with all permitting requirements.
Quality Manager—Develops, implements, and coordinates product assurance program to prevent or eliminate defects in new or existing products and insures continuous production of products consistent with established standards.
MIS/IT Manager—Responsible for IT functions. Directs and coordinates activities of workers engaged in computer operations personally or through supervisors.
Prepress Supervisor—Supervises workers engaged in prepress/premedia activities.
Pressroom Supervisor, Sheetfed—Oversees all operations in sheetfed department.
Pressroom Supervisor, Web—Oversees all operations in the web department.
Bindery Supervisor—Oversees all operations in the bindery department.
Mailroom/Fulfillment Supervisor—Oversees all operations related to mailing and fulfillment.
Warehouse Supervisor—Responsible for operations in warehouse area.
Office Manager—Supervises all clerical, timekeeping, supplies, and related office functions.
Executive Secretary/Administrative Assistant—Schedules appointments, answers inquiries, takes dictation, and otherwise relieves manager of clerical work and administrative and business detail.
HR Assistant/General Administration—Assists the HR/Personnel Manager in maintaining personnel records and the hiring process. May also do payroll.
Receptionist—Receives callers at establishment, determines nature of business, and directs callers to destination. May perform other clerical functions.
Accounting Supervisor/Manager—Responsible for all accounting functions and activity.
A/P or A/R Clerk—Responsible for billing and collection functions.
Full Charge Bookkeeper—Under direction of accounting supervisor, responsible for maintaining some or all accounting records and preparation of reports.
Purchasing Agent—Responsible for selection of reliable sources of supply, approval of major purchase contracts, supervision of actual purchases, and control of price and quality.
Customer Service Representative—Act as a coordinator between customer, company salesperson, and production personnel to ensure customer satisfaction with order.
Estimator—Responsible for placing a dollar value representing “cost” on each job and/or potential job.
Published on Monday, January 9, 2006 (updated 07/30/2009)