What Does it Mean to Be a Processor?

Processors are educators, business, operational, and finance professionals. Processors teach, manage and define resources as they develop the project scope based on input from stakeholders. They engage in the planning, managing, and moving of people, materials and goods. All operations, supply chain, infrastructure planning, logistics services, facility maintenance belong in this category. They manage and develop the scope of projects, which can include training people as part of the plan. These individuals are employed in positions as director, supervisor, manager, bank teller, administrative assistant, personal assistant, customer service representative, clerk, agent, or dispatcher. They also work in accounting, human resources, finance, operations, or education.

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