Maintenance managers are responsible for ensuring that facilities, layout, and machinery used to produce new and existing materials and goods run to their maximum efficiency and output.
Maintenance managers supervise the repair and maintenance of buildings and installed mechanical equipment, as well as ensure timely installation and upkeep of the company's property and systems like elevators in order to ensure operational effectiveness.
Industrial machinery mechanics adjust and calibrate equipment, as well as maintain and repair factory equipment and other industrial machinery, such as conveying systems, production machinery, and packaging equipment.
HVACR technicians install, maintain, and repair indoor air quality systems, such as air conditioners.
Training specialists design training programs to help organizations train employees.
Pharmacy technicians assist pharmacists in preparing and dispensing prescription medications.
Support managers supervise the maintenance and security of technical services and information within an organization.
Support specialist level 2–3 provide information on services, products, and materials offered by a company, along with a variety of responsibilities serving customers' needs.
Phlebotomists draw blood from patients and take blood samples to a laboratory.
A Medical Insurance Biller is in charge of calculating and collecting payments for medical procedures and services; and includes updating patient data, developing payment plans, and preparing invoices.