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I am going for an interview for the position of electrical contract manager and i have never done this job before, but this is something i would like to try my hand at doing.
1 answers - Asked By: DARREN B - 2/2/2008
I use Primavera products SureTrack, Contract Manager, P3, P6 & etc. Can I get a job in US? I am from Afghanistan. I want a job in US in any State because I want to continue my studies as well. I am wo...
1 answers - Asked By: Yousaf - 9/4/2008
I was an advisor and then I got promoted to maternity cover for a team leader manager, now I Am back as an advisor again in the same company, I want to apply for manager jobs As I have the experience,...
2 answers - Asked By: jade j - 9/16/2013
I really wanted a 89N (Transportation Coordination Manager) job but it wasn't available so I chose 92A - Automated Logistics Specialist. However I plan to chan to 89N as soon as I can. How easy will...
6 answers - Asked By: - 3/9/2013
I was seen on the camera getting into the car and a few seconds later getting out. One of the contract managers looked inside the car after i was in the car and then claimed that the roll of Tonnie's ...
4 answers - Asked By: stephivarasmunoz - 1/14/2009
I have been doing both assistant manager and manager job for 3 months with no compensation. When I asked for compensation, they fired me. I was being paid as assistant manager and also being paid les...
9 answers - Asked By: friskyfrog12901 - 12/26/2008
She works 11pm - 3.30am for minimum wage (£6.19).. She has been working with this company for around 10 months now and she is still on a "casual" contract, a friend (manager at her job from another d...
3 answers - Asked By: - 4/29/2013
I have been offered a new job which is great as I have been looking for a new one for a long time and my current work place has been both stressful and frustrating. I got the job by sending a company ...
1 answers - Asked By: SweetLikeHoney - 1/7/2013
Early April, I got offered a job at a security firm in California and signed an employment contract, HR manager told me that my background check for a guard card could take anywhere from 2 days to 6 m...
2 answers - Asked By: Jerry - 5/14/2010
I am interested in this internal in the company I am working in. I was wondering when is the right time to start applying for internal posts? I started working in this company on January 29th, 2011 so...
2 answers - Asked By: - 6/19/2011
Basically, the contracts manager is leaving his job at my company and has never used an external mail client to reach his Yahoo! account. Unfortunately, that means all of his Sent items are stuck on ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 10/6/2011
Could you please list the contracts a manager must sign when opening a small business more precisely an independent restaurant: For example the: 1. lease etc...
1 answers - Asked By: Nick - 1/27/2010
In many resume examples, I have seen the last line as "Reference - Available upon Request". I do not understand the reasoning behind that sentence. Additionally, I was never explicitly requested for a...
1 answers - Asked By: xbox786 - 1/30/2014
Looking for advice in regards to funding initial projects, leverage and other ways to help gain experience (ETC). Primarily, I am interesting in Long term investments with good rental income. For exa...
2 answers - Asked By: - 12/23/2012
I was the housekeeper for six months, and I did more then housekeeping from dropping off and picking up her kids from school, doing office errands in my own vehicle and own gas. She promised me over a...
2 answers - Asked By: - 1/25/2011
I am an office manager for a small general contracting company. We would like to expand and offer our service some day as a contract manager as well and assist with the process of placing a project ou...
1 answers - Asked By: barefootbabee - 4/20/2007
I am doing contract work for a law firm. There are approximately 60 attorneys on one floor in an open environment (no cubicles). The floor is run by 2 managers. One of the managers gives preferential ...
2 answers - Asked By: scandal917 - 12/6/2006
I have heard how they are not well trained and will hire almost anyone. Schedulers rarely have jobs (stable posts) for Officers and do LESS work than Human Resources Personnel meaning they pretend to...
2 answers - Asked By: MIE - 9/26/2007
I've been working on a six-month contract job. I only have a few weeks left before the end of the contract. What signs should I be looking for to see if the company will extend my contract and what ar...
1 answers - Asked By: Mit - 12/6/2013
6 years ago my husband changed jobs from Contracts Manager for a large civil engineering company to working for a Chimney Sweeping business, we have witness that will back the verbal promise made to m...
6 answers - Asked By: - 6/23/2013
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