Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Production Department Accounts Department Sales/Marketing Department Personnel Department
Production Finance Sales/Marketing Human Resources
Plant Manger Chief Accountant Sales Manager Personnel Manager
Technician Accounts Clerk Sales Representative Recruitment Officer
Maintenance Officer Credit Controller Export Clerk Training Officer
Quality Controller Purchasing Officer After-sales Clerk Pay Clerk
(1)What do you do, ____? What about you?/ And you?
(2)Sb work for______.
For example：I work for Midea.
(3)Sb work in_____.
I work in Human Resources/ the Human Resources department.
I work in Sales/ Marketing.
(4)Sb be responsible for doing sth/ be in charge of sth
I am responsible for invoicing our customers.
I am responsible for buying everything the company needs.
I am in charge of software development and maintenance.
I am in charge of the training program.
(5)We/ our company/ our department deal with sth(处理)
For example：I work in Technical Services. We deal with customer problems.
Not a bad job.
What about you?/ And you?
(7)—What are you doing at the moment?
—Right now I’m planning the training program for the next year. (死记住)
Interviewer：Tell me something about your work, Frank. / Could you tell me something about your work, Frank? / What do you do, Frank?
Frank：I work in the purchasing department. I am responsible for buying everything the company needs—from ball-point pens to the raw materials and components we need to make our products.
Interviewer：And what are you doing at the moment?
Frank：Well, people in Accounts have asked for some new chairs, so I’m looking for a supplier of office furniture.
Role Playing(用基本语言点询问职务以及业务内容) 重点
Chang：I’m afraid your fax isn’t very clear, so I’d like to check some of the details.
Pamela Thomas：Of course.
Chang：Right. Your first name’s Pamela, isn’t it?
Pamela Thomas：That’s right.
Chang：And you work for Midea, don’t you?
Chang：Now, I’ m afraid I can’t read your job title at all. What do you do, Ms. Thomas?
Pamela Thomas：I am an accountant.
Chang：Right. And I can’t read the name of the street either.
Pamela Thomas：That’s Jiefang Street. That’s J-I-E-F-A-N-G.
Chang：And that’s in Guangzhou, isn’t it?
Pamela Thomas：Yes, that’s right.
(1)It’s been nice doing sth
It’s been nice talking with you/ being friends with you.
(2)I hope to see you again sometime.
(3)Please keep in touch.
—How do you do?
—How do you do?
—How are you?
—Fine, thanks. How are you?
—Nice to see you.
—Nice to see you.
Now today I’ll start off by telling you something about the structure of Midea. The head of the company here in Sydney is the CEO or Chief Executive Officer, and that’s Mr Brown.
Now, as you know, Midea is divided into four divisions: Production, Finance, Sales and Human Resources. The first division here is Production and that is headed by the Plant Manager, Tom Smith. The technicians, Maintenance Officers and Quality Controllers all report to him, as do the Packing and Dispatch Clerks.
The next division is Finance and this department is headed by the Chief Accountant, Alice Green. The Accountants Clerks and Credit Controllers, who check that customers have settled their invoices, report to him as does the Purchasing Officer.
Then we come to the Marketing division which is both sales and marketing. The head of Marketing is Martin King. He’s responsible for the Export Clerks, the Sales Representatives who are on the road, and After-sales Clerks who deal with any problems that arise with our products.
Finally, we have the Human Resources department, headed by John Smith. You met the Recruitment Officer Pamela Thomas at your interviews. Then there’s myself, the training Officer and finally the Pay Clerk, Frank Yang. So if you have any queries about salaries and so on you should go and see him…..