I have roughly 9 years of IT experience. I'm applying for a director position (with probably 3-4 managers reporting to me, each with 4-8 people reporting to them). This would definitely be a big step up in responsibility for me, but I feel I'm ready for the challenge.
I've been largely a technical lead in the past. I've handled interviews and budgeting, but I'm concerned that since I have't been "strictly a manager" for 5+ years, that I won't be considered.
According to the job requirements, they want a "big picture thinker", and all the other traits fit me perfect. However, I know I'm skinny on the pure management piece, which is supposedly 20?f the job.
I don't want to exaggerate my resume, but I want to make sure I phrase information about my team and project leadership in a way that makes me seem as experienced in management as possible.
For example IT job, & call center jobs are outsourced to India, what "types" of job(s) are then created within the US?
I've been told it's an excellent branch to go into with my degree. What jobs do most people in my field get in the airforce? Would I need training first? Are there specific bases in the country that require my degree? Do you know of any?
Sorry for so many questions, I am planning to ask a recruiter soon, but I wanted to check with others online too.
Im looking for jobs in Singapore.Currently Im working in India in IT sector.I tried applying for jobs online for the past 2months,but still I haven't received any call .What is the best way to apply for companies in Singapore.
Please provide the list of trusted Overseas placement consultancies that handle placement for Singapore based companies. Please advice
I need consultancies that are providing assistance in getting a job in Singapore.i.e arranging for interview,visa guidance.Please provide this details
I am pursuing a position as a product manager for web services at a Bay Area company. I will be working closely with business leads and engineers and will be reporting to one of the company's VP:s. I have a computer science background and about 4 years experience. I currently hold a similar position.
What is the typical salary for such a position?
Note: this regards a "social web" service rather than an enterprise product.
Some have told me that the liberal arts degree doesn't lead to any jobs. Others have told me it's great preparation for many careers. What's your take on this subject?
Hey i have a choice in geting a degree in financeand a degree in marketing.i want to know what jobs are available for them (although for finance i dont want to go into accounting).also which pays better.
I cannot find a compiled list of all the sorts of technical trades (engineering, accounting, architecture, etc.).
I would appreciate a list of all that you know!
Is it like the diploma leads you to more technical jobs while the degree more to administrative and supervisory roles?
I want to find a major that will guide me towards a job that involves a ton of math, if not all. I really love calculus and plan on majoring in math anyways. I'm just worried I won't like engineering but that seems to be all anyone ever tells me.
I am going to a community college for Nursing this year, but after spring semester I am going to be put on a waiting list so I am going to have a whole year off school. I was thinking about getting my AA in Psychology in case things in the Nursing field do not work out when I am done. I have most of the pre-requisites done for it already so I would only have about a semester left to do. Are there any actual jobs you can do with a AA or do you pretty much have to have a bachelors? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
If a person has a bachelor's degree, what other positions could a document controlling position lead to?
Should I pick a major that allows me to have skills or something competely random like history, literature, or east asian studies? What jobs can get if I go into the Liberal Arts? What would I do with a History Degree?
What I mean in this question is, what types of majors will lead you to a job after graduation, I understand that it depends on interest alone, but to be specific, what majors allow you to find work after graduation?
What is the process of getting a job in Human Resources? Do you need a degree?
I know that you can get almost any job with a Mathematics degree, and I also that Mathematics graduates have the LOWEST levels of UNEMPLOYMENT, but which jobs can they get exactly?
Specific details please?
I know that you can be a maths teacher/lecturer, and that's obvious, but I really don't want to go into teaching.
I also know that you can have a job in Finance and Accounting, but they are also obvious.
I have been working at my local theatre for over 3 years now as lead technical director and would like an opportunity to work on the road with different equipment and challenges. How would I go about getting a job like this?
I have got a job in technical support for a leading MNC. The profile involves talking to customers abroad and troubleshooting and solving their computer problems via the telephone. Is this a good thing to do for me as I am a female and it might involve working at hours of the night. Also what's the job progression like in this field??
Also I have a Masters in International Business, would I be able to use this in this field at any point of time??
If you just completley walked out on a job because it was sucking your life away, what would you write on your resume/job application for a new job?
No, I don't want to dis my old boss or job, they were all nice people, it was just the job itself that sucked and I really couldn't take one more minute of it. And I don't want to write anything that says that it was a bad place, b/c obviously that would look bad on myself as well. I was just looking for something like "wanted to move on" but I'm not sure if that is acceptable for a job application.
Haha. I think comments like "sucking my life away"" mean I am exactly the opposite of a typical 9-5 worker....
Some people say 3 years and they are ready for something new. How long do most people last at a job?