I work in the U.S. branch of a larger company based in Europe. The office I work in is very small, 2-3 employees who handle orders, billing, etc. Then 2-3 managers, an office manager, e-commerce manager, national sales manager and then the president of branch. I've been with the company over a year as a executive sales assistant but recently have been given the green light for a promotion. So now I'm trying to find the best job title fit for what I do and it's been a challenge since I've been used as a jack of all trades since being here. Here is a list of the types of things I've been responsible for:
Event planning: managing all aspects of trade shows (pre-pandemic)
Managing specialized projects for certain clients.
Graphics Design: creating and editing promotional material, product photography, photo editing, etc.
Managing and distributing sales materials to reps and customers: price lists, promos, freight arrivals, managing the printing and shipping of catalogs, etc.
Customer Service: answer customer emails and phone calls, handle warranty replacements (taking down info, picking, packing, shipping)
Create and manage presentations: create, edit and participate in PowerPoint presentations to client's and internal company presentations.
Along with other tasks: running reports, manage sales documents, etc.
I would like my new title to incorporate the graphic design elements of what I do along with the sales and project management. The title I keep coming back to is Project Manager but most of the information I see online says a project manager manages a team, where this would only be me for the foreseeable future. If anyone can suggest other titles that might cover all of the responsibilities I manage, I would greatly appreciate the suggestions.