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Engineering to Consulting

 
#1 Engineering to Consulting
04/09/2008 19:19

engineer

Hello,

I am Project engineer in the railway industry and I would like to move into consulting industry.My job involves day to day project management of railway renewal . Which companies hire people in consulting from my background. Please suggest few companies.

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#2 RE: Engineering to Consulting
04/09/2008 19:31

p to engineer (#1)

Depends....are you middle class? Do you know which is correct - "could of" or "could've"? Do you ever confuse the word bought with the word brought?

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#3 RE: Engineering to Consulting
04/09/2008 21:29

Sy to engineer (#1)

Oh darn, I was going to suggest a large number of potential employers, but then I saw you actively discourage suggestions of companies. I take that to mean you're only interested in charities or government organisations; I'm afraid I don't know of any such organisations who would have consulting oppporuntunities to suit you. Good luck anyway!

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#4 RE: Engineering to Consulting
05/09/2008 00:37

Louis to engineer (#1)

PA Consultng would be good fit for you

This would also be in line with suggestion form 'Sy' as involves an element of charity and government

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#5 RE: Engineering to Consulting
05/09/2008 18:35

"Malcolm" to Louis (#4)

Thankyou please!

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#6 RE: Engineering to Consulting
06/09/2008 07:22

Yoda to "Malcolm" (#5)

Ah, so cruel, this forum is...

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#7 RE: Engineering to Consulting
12/09/2008 15:52

Leaves on the line to engineer (#1)

If you would like to move into consulting industry why not call up some of the FTSE100 and ask them about whatever it is you want to ask them about?

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#8 RE: Engineering to Consulting
13/09/2008 23:57

g to engineer (#1)

Look at Capita.

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