Sales and Service Supervisors:
A. Supervise, co-ordinate, and schedule activities of staff
B. Establish and implement procedures
C. Co-ordinate work with that of other departments
D. Estimate and order materials/supplies
E. Monitor quality/production levels
F. Resolve work-related problems and prepare/submit budget, progress, and other reports
G. Maintain inventory/records
1. Retail trade - 42.0%
2. Accommodation and food services - 27.0%
3. Administrative and support waste management and remediation services - 8.0%
4. Arts entertainment and recreation - 3.0%
5. Wholesale trade - 3.0%
6. Health care and social assistance - 3.0%
7. Real estate and rental and leasing - 3.0%
1. In general, you usually need a high school diploma and previous experience in your area of work.
2. To be a food service supervisor, you need a college diploma in food service administration, hotel and restaurant management or a related field, or several years' experience in food preparation/service.
3. To be an executive housekeeper, you usually need a college diploma or university degree in hospital or hotel management or business administration. You may substitute extensive experience as a cleaning supervisor for educational requirements.
4. Many recent entrants have a community college diploma, and almost 2 in 5 have an undergraduate university degree.
4. Computer-related courses
The average hourly wages for Sales and Service Supervisors is $14.11/HR, which is close to the average for occupations in the sale and service sector and are below average for all technical, professional, and skilled occupations. These wages grew at a below-average rate from 2002 to 2004.