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Your opinion from Inside the market please.

 
#1 Your opinion from Inside the market please.
23/09/2008 18:00

Nicolas Leb. from Paris

Hi Everyone.

I'm a consultant in Paris specialised in development and stat analysis with SAS with 3 years of experience.

I'm planning to move to London in January.

I've put my CV on monster and ... but all the contacts I have had so far has been with head hunters which has not been very helpful as they don't seem to have much too offer.

According to some of the previous posts that I have seen on the forum they seem to still hiring.

I am thinking about changing my strategy and sending my cv directly to consulting firms...

Are there any company names that you could recommend me?

Many Thanks.

Nico

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#2 RE: Your opinion from Inside the market please.
24/09/2008 14:47

Anon to Nicolas Leb. from Paris (#1)

Hi Nico,

You mentioned your background in development and main skillset in SAS statistical analysis. What are the main fields you have an expertise or interest in (e.g. marketing, oil & gas industry)?

Regards,

Anon

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#3 RE: Your opinion from Inside the market please.
25/09/2008 09:44

Nicolas Leb to Anon (#2)

Hi Anon,

My first job was in a research institute where I worked on a big-scale statistic survey, trying to modelise the link between freigth transport and CO2 emission.

Then I joined a consulting company, I'm still working for them now.

My strategy is to diversify as much as possible my experience by working in different sectors, under different problematics, with different profils of people but always with the SAS technology.

So far, I worked for 4 different clients; Pacifica, Canal+, Sanofi Aventis and EDF.

So I worked 4 months for Pacifica, an insurance company, I developed a Datamart for them.

Then, I moved to Canal+ for 10 months, where I did automatise the recurent statistic reportings and developped a tool to asses the quality of the data.

After, I moved to Sanofi Aventis, R&D dept for 10 months, working on a biostatistics study for a heart drug. I also did macro graphic development.

Now, I'm in EDF R&D, trying to asses the efficacity of EDF reaction toward people with payment difficulties.

I like the diversity, even if I guess I'll soon have to choose a precise sector.

I really enjoyed the insurance and I'd like to try the banking sector as well.

Nico

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