Team Levels We Serve

1. Entry Level

An entry-level position is the starting point for many careers. It may be the first job for a college graduate or trainee in a profession such as engineering, accounting, IT, etc. In large and mid-size organizations, work experience is often acquired through an internship program prior to employment. On-the-job training may be offered. In entry-level positions, also known as staff roles in some professions, employees work under supervision on routine tasks. Some examples of entry-level job titles are a computer programmer, sales representative, staff engineer and staff accountant.

2. Intermediate or Experienced Level

Intermediate or experienced-level workers may work independently or under supervision. Jobs require some problem-solving skills, ingenuity and responsibility. Work-related experience, specific skills and professional degrees are often required. Some examples of intermediate job titles are intermediate software developer analyst, staffing support specialist-intermediate and statistician intermediate.

3. Middle-Level Management

A general manager, regional manager, divisional manager and plant manager are all examples of job titles within middle-level management. Middle-level managers support, motivate and assist first-level managers and report to senior or executive-level managers. Middle-level managers are deeply involved in the day-to-day operation of a business and have a comprehensive knowledge of their field of specialization. They supervise small or large groups of employees in departments, divisions or business locations. Middle-level managers may be promoted from first-level management or hired from outside the company.

4. Senior, Executive or Top-Level Management and Chiefs

The top management team in an organization is responsible for the overall performance of the business. They set organizational goals, make major corporate decisions and report to shareholders. Several years of experience in management and advanced professional degrees such as Masters in Business Administration are required for these positions. Senior-level managers may be promoted from middle-level management or recruited from outside the company. Common job titles for top-level management positions are President, Vice President, Chief Informational Officer (CIO), Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Chief Operational Officer (COO) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).