Position name that often can be seen as having various levels of perceived value.

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How do I represent startup experience on my resume? What would be an appropriate title to use?

I am working in a 10 person startup. We will be running the pilot project for our idea over the next few months. I want to write about the work that I did am doing in the startup on my CV and since we ...
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What are common job titles for roles that helps to improve cross-functional business operations? [on hold]

As I am starting my new job search very soon, I wanted to know what kind of titles are common in the job market for roles whose main function includes cross-departmental responsibility. My current ...
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How do I choose an appropriate job title?

Scenario: My company has suggested that I officially take on a new role that mostly I have already been doing, but previously under a generic "other duties" header with a more junior title and pay ...
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Job offer: the new job title sounds unimportant [duplicate]

I'm a software engineer with 10 years of experience and a great resume. During the last few years my job title has been some variations of Senior Software Engineer. I've been looking for a new job ...
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When is it appropriate to sign letters, emails, website bios, etc. with MS (Master of Science)? [duplicate]

Just like the title says, I completed my master's degree in computer science. I work part time in a large corporation, and also as a consultant. I always considered this to be reserved for the PhDs ...
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showing promotions on CV when job titles change

I'm trying to figure out how to list several promotions within a company on my resume. I've found these similar questions: Implications of showing promotions on CV? Hiding promotions on CV because ...
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Difference between “Vice President” and “Director”? [closed]

In general, what's the difference between a "Vice President" and a "Director"? My company is about to have both a "Vice President of Software" and a "Director of Software", which seems a bit bizarre ...
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Being asked to “politely” take a Demotion

I've been working as Director of Software and Chief Software Architect for 2 years with a team of talented developers building a rather complicated piece of code from scratch. We now have 13,000 ...
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Getting employees behind a new role in a company [closed]

My company recently created a new position but didn't define what its role or responsibilities are. Management is reluctant to step in and define the position, so they push the people in that position ...
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Hiding promotions on CV because no real change in responsibilities

My question is similar to another question here. The similarity is in that I had multiple titles within the company, and that I am unsure whether to show the promotions or hide them on my CV, and how ...
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Should titles be included in LinkedIn names? [closed]

Is it advisable to include a title (like PhD or Dr.) in a LinkedIn profile name? Or do recruiters perceive this as pretentious?
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How to label inaccurate job titles on resume

I'm currently employed as a "web developer" for a company. That's what it says on my business card and that was the title on the job ad. The thing is I haven't done ANYTHING that can be considered ...
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Is it reasonable to discuss the possibility of changing the title of a job position at my future company? [duplicate]

I have just finished my grad studies and got an offer from a big software company (I have some software development experience before starting my grad studies). The main responsibly of my position ...
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Need help with my title [closed]

I'm negotiating a new job and need some advice on titles. I'm normally a senior-level software engineer (about 9 years exp), but this new role will be non-coding. The company doesn't have an ...
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How detailed should one's job title be in various formats?

I'm considering the various references to one's job title or position - paper or electronic resumes and CVs, online resume services such as LinkedIn and Stack Overflow Careers, and social media ...
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How do I limit the scope of my job duties to my domain of expertise? [closed]

I am wondering how professional it is to demand a (change in the existing) work contract that will either limit your exposure to a certain domain of duties that match your professional background or ...
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Implications of showing promotions on CV?

I’m relatively early on in my career, and as such have worked for two companies. A very approximate example of what roles I’ve had is: 2010-2013 Apple Company B 2009-2010 Senior Banana Company ...
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How do automatic résumé readers or online systems score job titles?

My job title doesn't accurately reflect the work I do. I'm thinking about changing it on my résumé; not inflating it at all just making it more accurate. How do one of these automatic readers or an ...
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How should a job with no official title be listed on a resume?

I only ask this because I have run into a situation in where a job definition and title doesn't exist for my possition, and my company refuses to "pidgeon hole" me into a title because they want me to ...
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I'm not a Software Engineer any more. But what am I? [closed]

I started out my career in computing writing web scripts on the microsoft platform. When ASP.Net came out I got enough experience in more rigid programming to make the switch into software ...
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Importance (and flexibility) in Job Title Presented in Job-offer

Situation In a job offer a job title is specified. This may be something which likely appears everywhere - whether company email address books or your email signature or on your resume. From my ...
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Difference between Manager and Director [closed]

Is there a consistent, practical difference between a "Manager" and "Director" in the workplace, when applied to the same department? For example: a Manager of Product Development versus a Director ...
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Should I describe myself by my current position or my desired position?

I currently am a programmer in job title and largely what I do. However, I am applying for UX/UI/ect Design (and front end development) positions. My current skills are important for the positions I'm ...