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Hi,Administrative services managers generally work in comfortable offices, Managers involved in contract administrative and personal property procurement use, and disposal may travel between their home office, branch offices, vendors' offices, and property sales Also, facility managers who are responsible for then design of workspaces may spend time at construction sites and may travel between different facilities while monitoring the work of maintenance, grounds, and custodial staffs.
Source: Management and Executive Management, Master of Arts (Printed in Iran)
I have some problem understanding the blue part.
1. In my opinion it's not needed to write "Managers" with capital letter on that part of the sentence. Do you
agree with me?
2. As you know the word "administrative" is an adjective. So adjective should be placed before the
noun (contract). I mean the blue part should have been written "administrative contract" not
"contract administrative." Do you agree with me?
3. In my opinion, there is a mistype in the blue part I mean there must be a comma after the word "contract." Do
you agree with me?
(I asked three questions in one thread because they all somehow relate to each other)
I think the text in post 1 is mistyped in the books printed in our country. I found the original source.
Career Information - Administrative Services Managers
This answered to all my questions.