I took my current job as a senior-level position, but I am also a manager with several subordinates.
Much like government (and military) positions, my pay grade (senior) is different from my job description (manager). This is essentially a "stretch goal." They hire me in as a senior, make sure I can handle the next level, and the expectation is I will be promoted so my pay grade and job description match.
In the meantime, should I describe myself as a manager in contexts such as LinkedIn? I do manage 5-10 people and am included in management meetings and decisions. But I have the pay of a senior level worker and do some "worker bee" work.
If it matters, I am not looking to change employers, so this is irrelevant to my situation in the context of a job search. This is entirely about the most accurate way to represent my job role to the public.
I did find some related questions, but nothing quite like my situation: