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Information Technology

Information Technology

IT professionals support their needs in a myriad of ways, though most fall into one of two categories; hardware and software.

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

People who work in logistics and supply chain management cover five main aspects, including planning/ strategizing, sourcing/ procuring, manufacturing, delivery/ logistics, and dealing with unneeded or unwanted products.

Corporate Development (M&A)

Corporate Development (M&A)

Oftentimes, corporate development gets lumped in with things like corporate strategy, development, or finance, and while all these professions are dedicated to helping companies grow, corporate development managers tend to focus mostly on creating strategic partnerships with other companies and mergers and acquisitions.

Non-profit Consulting

Non-profit Consulting

Nonprofit consultants have the ability to make a big difference in the world and their expertise is in high demand.

Board Directorship

Board Directorship

Nonprofit board members are in charge of overseeing company management and policies.

Technology & IT Strategy Consulting

Technology & IT Strategy Consulting

Management consultants, or those who help companies solve their biggest challenges and overcome obstacles to growth, often hone in on a single sector to specialize in.

Finance

Finance

In a properly-structured organization, the in-house finance department will plan the distribution of assets and resources in analytical and strategic roles, in order to add value to the company, while those in accounting will oversee cashflow.

Risk & Compliance (Governance)

Risk & Compliance (Governance)

Risk management professionals are vital in many industries, as they help organizations identify and analyze risks across a wide breadth of areas.

Human Resources

Human Resources

Internal human resource professionals oversee a wide variety of tasks related to the hiring, retaining, and letting go of a companys employees.

Project Management

Project Management

Project managers are responsible for everything from the initial planning, all the way through completion, including things like budgeting and coordinating the efforts of multiple specialists/ subcontractors throughout the process.

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Financial accounting duties include monitoring an organization’s spending and cash flow, preparing financial records and statements, allocating funds to specific departments or projects, conducting internal audits, and ensuring the company is compliant with all regulations.

Management Accounting

Management Accounting

Management accountants help businesses make sound financial decisions.