Work Organization Advisor
Person who, as a specialist in the organization of work, studies, analyzes and evaluates the functioning of a company and seeks to solve the problems likely to affect its efficiency. She first studies all available data (organizational charts, files, reports, job descriptions, etc.), then checks whether management policies and programs are effective, meets with staff and observes work methods, equipment and its use, identifies organizational problems and looks for their causes in order to be able to suggest improvements. She may also have to participate in the implementation of a computerized data processing system, to plan the reorganization of operations and to put in place the necessary procedures, to evaluate the costs relating to the reorganization and to ensure the follow-up.