Posted by ESC on April 25, 2004
In Reply to: Re: Job position posted by Smokey Stover on April 25, 2004
: : hi,, i'd like to know if there's a difference between "head of acquisitions' and 'sales manager'?
: : Thank you so much !
: Unless there is really a lot that either you or they have failed to tell us, there is a big difference. A sales manager sells things, a head of acquisitions buys them. Well, not the same things, but things. The head of acquisitions sees that things are acquired, not necessarily by purchase, from sources outside the company; the sales manager sells things which the company makes or to which it has access. A "head of acquisitions" is a job you'll often find in a library, but presumably also in any organization that needs to acquire things. Libraries don't have sales managers, however. SS
The U.S. Department of Labor has an occupational handbook online. The site seems to be down today. But you could try again later.