CAREERBUILDER - Job scamFrom: John Fansler
Date: Thursday, February 12, 2009
By developing targeted career management and communication strategies, you can earn your supervisor's stamp of approval -- and more importantly, position yourself to assume his or her job should he or she decide to move on. Here are some tips to raise your visibility: All nursing students must graduate from an approved nursing program and pass a national licensing exam. Though diploma and two-year associate's degree programs exist for nurses, many employers prefer candidates with a bachelor's degree or higher. Dannie McClain, a category manager for Town and Country Linen, says she thinks getting a degree from a school with both online and traditional programs has helped employers view her degree as credible. Initially hired without a degree, McClain now has a double online degree in marketing and business from Michigan-based Baker College, which also has online programs. To many people, a degree is a degree -- but to others, there can be an issue of trust, or lack of reputation and familiarity, says Marc Scheer, a career counselor and educational consultant based in New York City.
Our company has an opening for a Financial Representative vacancy.
Location: United States, United Kingdom
• Provision of direction and instruction to project team members including planners, engineers, scientists, technologists and other technical support staff
• Development and enhancement of private and public sector client relationships and business growth
• Contribution to technical and professional leadership within the firm
• Leadership and continuing development of our planning services for government clients
• Management of planning assignments including management of tasks, budget and schedules
• Minimum of one years experience, preferably including some experience in the consulting industry
• Good working knowledge of planning principles, legislation, policies and procedures
• Strong communication, report writing, organization and interpersonal skills
• Demonstrated abilities in multidisciplinary teamwork, project management, client relations and business development
• Demonstrated public consultation and presentation skills
• Proficient in advanced office software, word processing and the development of spreadsheets
• Experience working interactively with public sector clients
If you are interested please contact us via e-mail
Manager, John Fansler
We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.