#PrintingProfessions – Industrial Management Assistant
A new episode of our blog series #PrintingProfessions is online. This time we deal with the industrial management assistant and explain what the daily work routine can look like and what future opportunities the job offers.
It’s time for a new episode of our #PrintingProfessions series. Jobs in the printing industry are diverse and there is a job profile for almost every skill. In this blog article we deal with the industrial management assistant and explain the prerequisites for training in this field, what the daily work routine can look like and what future opportunities the job offers.
What Does an Industrial Management Assistant Do?
An industrial mangagement assistant represents the interface between technology and business and usually works in the office of industrial companies. They are in active contact with customers, suppliers and partners and are familiar with various marketing strategies and advertising measures, administrative matters, cost evaluation and accounting. Purchasing goods, managing inventory, monitoring production processes and sales negotiations can also be part of the tasks of industrial mangagement assistants. Even personnel management can fall into their hands.
Industrial clerks can therefore be found in any industrial company. In addition, they can also find employment in trade, the chemical, transport, wood or textile industries and thus have a wide range of potential employers ahead of them after or during their training.
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