Software developer day-to-day duties include: discussing software requirements with clients and your firm’s development team, presenting managers with ideas for improvements to a computer system with details of associated costs, testing products in real situations for possible installation, security and compatibility issues before allowing them to ‘go live’ and more.
Software Engineer typical responsibilities: discovering the objectives of the proposed software solution, identifying what needs to be developed before choosing the right programming language for the job and finding development frameworks capable of speeding things up and more.
Payroll typical responsibilities include: determining how many hours each employee worked during a week/month, calculating their earnings and issuing payment via electronic transfer, cash or cheque, making the right deductions – this includes tax, National Insurance and any pension scheme your company is implementing….
Office Manager typical responsibilities include: managing the office’s budget and recording company expenditure, supervising recruitment of new staff including induction and training on occasion, management of company filing systems, ensuring the office is well staffed at all times; this means finding replacements for employees on holiday or who call in sick and more.
Graphic Designer typical responsibilities are: working with clients and advising them on design style, format, print production, and deadlines, determining the requirements and budget of customers, developing concepts, graphics, and layouts for websites, logos, products, ad campaigns and more.
Financial accountant typical duties include: examination of accounting records and financial statements for businesses and individual clients, developing and managing an organisation’s money by supporting the planning and implementation of its objectives, preparation of a company’s budget and accounts and lots more.
Business analyst typical responsibilities include: speaking to the leading members of companies to find out what they hope to achieve, analyse a firm’s existing business processes to discover what they do and how they do it, recommend changes and improvements, explaining the reasoning behind your analysis and outline why your recommendations will benefit the company and much more.
Office Administrator typical duties include: sorting out mail, answering the company phone, greeting clients and customers, ordering stationery, developing and maintaining office systems, booking travel and accommodation, management and maintenance of budgets and much more.
Accounts payable daily responsibilities include: Carrying out accounting and paperwork directly related to the company’s accounts, ensuring all transactions are completed on time, reviewing invoices, organising bills, preparing analysis of accounts, maintenance of accounting ledgers and much more!