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7/11/17 3:52:40By the end of March 2017, a new job opening had appeared on the company’s job board.
It offered a position to be a “Business Manager for a small company in the New York metropolitan area.”
The job was for a senior position, with the title of “Business manager for a large company in NYC.”
The position description didn’t give any further details about what the company was doing or what it would entail.
But the posting on the job board did state that the position would involve “customer service, sales and marketing, and general business operations.”
So what exactly was the job description for?
The posting stated that the job would involve the following responsibilities: “Managing the customer and team relations within the business environment.
Leading customer care activities, including scheduling and customer service, for a customer base of 50 or more.”
The posting continued, “This is a senior-level position with a focus on product development, sales, marketing, marketing strategy, marketing and customer experience.
This is not a full-time position, and requires a strong working knowledge of customer and product development.”
What kind of job was the posting for?
We did not find any information about the exact responsibilities of the job, or how the company would be running its business.
However, we did find that the posting stated the position was for “business management” rather than “customers.”
This could mean that the person would be responsible for the customer service and customer support of a customer.
Regardless of what the job title and description of the position were, the listing made clear that the company wanted people to work on a “small company” in New York.
The company was seeking a business manager who would “lead a small business in NYC” and would “build and run a successful business in New Yorks” as part of the role description.
How did the job become available?
On March 18, 2017, an advertisement appeared on LinkedIn for the position.
The post stated that it was “open for Business Managers who have experience in customer service or product development.
This position will include a full time role.”
According to the job posting, the job was to “lead customer and business relations within a large NYC based company.”
The posting listed a description of this position: “Customer service and product management.
Lead customer and customer relations to address customer needs.
Support customer and customers with product issues.
Assist in product development and launch.”
What we do know for certain is that the listing did not specify what the position entails.
We did find a job listing on the NYTimes job board that indicated that a job opening existed for a “Customer Service Representative” in the same role.
We reached out to the listing, but did not receive a response at time of publication.
However, according to a LinkedIn posting from May 2017, the company has a “customs support role” and that the “support of a large group of customers.”
So the company may be able to offer a full or part-time job for a portion of the company.