Director: A member of a group of persons chosen to control or govern the affairs of an institution or corporation.
President: One appointed or elected to preside over anorganized body of people, such as an assembly or meeting.
Vice President: An officer ranking next below a president usually empowered to assume the president's duties under conditions such asabsence, illness, or death.
Public relations Officer: someone whose job is to build a good reputation for an organization and manage its relationship with the public.
Technical Director: is usually asenior technical person within a software company, theatrical, or film/television studio or agency. This person usually possesses the highest level of competence in a specific technical field and may berecognized as an expert in that industry.
Deputy Manager Director: A deputy is the second most important person in an organization such as a business or government department. Someone's deputy oftenacts on their behalf when they are not there.
Sales Representative: someone whose job is to sell a company’s products, often by traveling to different places.
Chief Executive Officer: The chiefexecutive officer of a company is the person who has overall responsibility for the management of that company. The abbreviation CEO is often used.
Research and Development Manager: Plans, organizes,directs, controls and coordinates research and development activities within an organization.
Production Manager: a person whose job is to manage the processes, costs, etc. involved in making goods.Sales Manager: a person in charge of a company's sales activities and its sales force.
Finance Manager: organizes and manages an organization's or an individual's financial portfolio. They alsoprepare financial reports, oversee investments and help with cash management.
Personnel Manager: a person who is in charge of the department that deals with the employment, training, support,...