Job Title for an employee that does multipule "job titles"

I worked for a company where I set up thousands of chairs for concerts and plays that took place there, I did Janitorial Duties, sold Concessions, took tickets, worked security, worked in the box office, was involved with Public Relations, counted money for tills at the end of the night. I did everything, it depended upon the night, on what I was doing, Some times I was just ushering, other nights I did box office, and concession work. It was all included in my job. I was never hired on as a manager though. What would you call that position in a company?
skittles2010
Asked Apr 29, 2010

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grannygreat
Answered May 04, 2010
A real "stick in the mud" deleted my answer because it contained a swear and a half (ask George Carlin about the technicalities) so I'll say it again.

Ask the company first, if they don't have an answer or give an insufficient one then use the titles "Operations Liaison" or "Operations Coordinator". These are just umbrella terms that should be vague enough to allow for interpretation. Add all your other jobs under this title.

It's a shame that there are those who are so self righteous that they hinder on the development of others. I hope this helps, good luck on the job hunting.
tvillainess
Answered May 06, 2010
Skittles2010 -

Clearly, you were involved in operations. Operations Representative or Customer Service Representative are good choices.

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Good luck.
ResumeWriting
Answered Jan 06, 2011
As per your description, you should be operation manager as they are multi tasking and handle multiple of responsibilities. If you want manager post, keep updating your resume on online job portal like merajob.in, naukri, shine, monster and timesjobs. Their, you can search for managerial post.
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Answered Jul 23, 2015
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internationalco
Answered Nov 09, 2016
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kevinpaul06
Answered Dec 08, 2016

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