1. Chief Executive
A chief executive is someone who devises strategies and policies to ensure that an organization meets its goals.
Judges apply the law to court cases and oversee the legal process in courts.
The question, What is a Producer?, is not an easy one to answer; primarily, because the term ‘producer’ is rather vague and confusing and it covers a particularly wide range of roles.
A member of the clergy (a clergyman or clergywoman), is someone who is an ordained member of a religious order, and conducts religious worship, performs spiritual functions associated with religious faith, and aids in the spiritual well-being of the congregation.
A principal is someone who is the leader of an entire community within a school.
Choreography is an artistic opportunity to express one's personality through the creation of dance.
A pilot is someone who is in the aviation industry, and who is able to operate aircraft in order to transport passengers or goods from one location to another.
A lawyer is someone who is licensed to practice law, and whose obligation it is to uphold the law while also protecting their client's rights.
10. Management Consultant
A management consultant is someone who proposes ways to improve an organization's efficiency.
A recruiter is someone who finds qualified, dedicated and invested candidates for a job vacancy, and works to meet the demands of both the employer and the employee.
The word entrepreneur refers to a person who has identified a need and has an innovative business idea to fill that void.
A mayor is someone who is the highest ranking municipal officer in a city or town.
14. Project Manager
A project manager is a motivated and effective leader who is accountable for the success or failure of a project.
15. Restaurant Manager
A restaurant manager is someone who is the 'face' of a restaurant and whose main responsibilities are to deal with customer service issues as well as to ensure that the food quality coming out of the kitchen is the best it can be.