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Chances of getting a full time consultancy position

 
#1 Chances of getting a full time consultancy position
25/08/2006 01:02

sam to deleted (#0)

Hi Anybody know what my chances of getting a full time consultancy position: my background -

1.10 years Industry Exp: Automotive & Telecomms mainly ith stints in steel, aerospace, flavours&food,Rail

2. Director/Senior Management posutions internationaly France and UK

3.

(a) MBA

(b) MSc Systems & Data Comms.

(c) MSc Material Science & Manf Eng.

(d) BSc Chemical and process eng.

4.Trilingual (Arabic, French, English)

5. 1.5 years Consultancy Exp - Associate

5.Blue Chip names on C.V : Fujitsu,Psion, Bookham Tech, Timken Co, Metaldyne Co etc..

thanks

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#2 RE: Chances of getting a full time consultancy position
25/08/2006 08:06

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com) to sam (#1)

I suspect the answer may well come down to whether or not you look like a credible seller of new consulting contracts. Invariably the higher up a consulting organisation one enters, the more selling responsibility will be on one's shoulders. Hence a track record of selling £million contracts either in consulting or in a related field (professional services, outsourcing, IT, etc.) may well be a prerequisite for a lot of firms.

Have you got this experience?

Any other recruiters out there care to confirm or counter my hunch?

Rgds, Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com)

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#3 RE: Chances of getting a full time consultancy position
06/09/2006 18:20

sam to deleted (#0)

Hay come on anybody can help me out here or what?

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