What's your job title?

Along with a kindly smile and winning personality

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That’s a business empire right there

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this post actually made me properly beam irl, cheers man

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Junior Vice President

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I know lots of website men who use <sub>, and they’re all cowards

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Digital Editor, Learning

(the Learning bit is important)

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Mechanic.

The only tradesperson on DiS!

(probably not true)

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I’m freelance so it sort of depends what people need/who I’m working with (as well as the fact that the titles aren’t particularly aligned from one place to another). If I’m working with an agency I’ll be Design Director (usually) but could be Senior Designer or Creative Director. To my own clients I guess I’m owner/founder of my own thing.

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Senior Manager (Operational Support Unit)

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Technical Director

oh if we’re doing all our jobs, respectively:
Co-owner (ballet)
Head of Editorial (art books)

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Director

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Supply Chain & Logistics Business Analyst

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Senior Manager

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Placemaking co-ordinator

Which makes it sound like I co-ordinate the activities of a placemaker rather than being the only actual placemaker in the UK-wide business. Got to keep me humble I guess.

With tours I’m just tour guide but sometimes I have to fill in forms to get paid and I have to give my title and I never know to put because I am effectively the business owner/director/whatever I want to be?

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Head of redacted Department - West Europe

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Knowing you you probably improve the officers and programme the policies!

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I’m not going to share my present title but early in my career I was an ‘Assistant Keeper’ which I quite liked - nothing to do with sport or animals.

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Front end Developer

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Head of Redacted Department - this little room

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Senior specialist

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