Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators Job Description
Going to court to settle a divorce or a business dispute can take years and thousands of dollars. Arbitrators, Mediators and Conciliators offer an alternative approach. They are trained to help resolve disagreements, improve communication and strengthen relationships…through procedures that are far less formal than a court trial.
With arbitration, each side must first agree to be bound by the decision reached by the arbitrator view more
Chief of Police Job Description
A police officer's day can be filled with unexpected situations. Police and detective supervisors help officers decide how to handle varied and changing situations, while organizing the resources to do it.
Supervisors -- such as sergeants, lieutenants and police chiefs -- oversee the activities of the rest of the force.
Police and detective supervisors set schedules and offer guidance and expertise to investigators view more
Help Desk Technician Job Description
In many companies, one job title represents a person who is almost always welcomed with a sigh of relief or an urgent question: the help desk technician.
It’s a title that didn’t exist before the computing era made modern offices and small businesses dependent upon the person who can make the computers function.
Even though there is “HELP” available within computer software, it’s much more comforting—and efficient—to have a human available to help resolve a problem, fix a glitch, or simply teach the best way to use a program view more