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Renoir Group

 
#1 Renoir Group
10/02/2009 11:11

john

Has anyone heard of Renoir Group and their line of work?

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#2 RE: Renoir Group
10/02/2009 14:38

wokingbrum to john (#1)

Met the two founders some years ago. They are from the Proudfoot / Peter Chardwick / Impac ruthless cost reduction and performance improvement background. They work on largely overseas projects with the consultants expected to work away from home for extended periods . Must have something to offer clients as they have survived from the 90s

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#3 RE: Renoir Group
10/02/2009 19:22

ZB to john (#1)

I applied (unsuccessful at first interview) last year. Feedback was that you need to demonstrate experience and outcomes (money saved, throughput improved) to make to the second interview.

ZB

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#4 RE: Renoir Group
10/02/2009 21:12

john simpson to ZB (#3)

Could you tell me wat kind of questions they will ask and how to suceed in this interview? thanks

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#5 RE: Renoir Group
12/02/2009 14:01

recruiter too to john (#1)

Don't do it unless either you are not in consulting and see this as a route in or are otherwise out of options. I agree with Wokingbrum and they don't pay well and it will typecast your CV

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#6 RE: Renoir Group
16/02/2009 13:40

SA to recruiter too (#5)

Hi, Having come from the Proudfoot model myself working as a Project Manager, I met with the CEO and Ops Manager in the UK. There appears to be more consistency re: their approach, certainly very global, but their approach to ensure that every client is a reference is more than just rhetoric. If you have worked within this industry and demonstrate the added value, I was offered a competitive package. I see no reason as to why you should not apply. I was unable to accept the offer in the end because of a change to my personal circumstances. Hope this helps.

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