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Moving to industry

 
#1 Moving to industry
07/12/2010 11:10

PJ

I have been in consulting for a few years now, and now looking to move into industry.

Does anyone have any recommendations for agencies to use? I only know of those recruiting into consulting!

Many thanks

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#2 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 11:18

z to PJ (#1)

What sector or function in industry are you aligned to/targeting for jobs?

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#3 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 11:55

Johnny Foreigner to z (#2)

WOWSER!!! Someone that FINALLY referred to "industry" rather than "the industry"!!!!

BEEP BEEP BEEP!! We have a winner!!!

Now all we need is someone to ask for "advice" rather than "advise"!!!

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#4 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 11:55

PJ to z (#2)

I am flexible on private or public sector, given I have consulting experience in both. I do not have FS experience, which is not an area I am focussed on entering.

My roles to date have been a balance of the 'softer' side of transformation i.e. change management and also project and programme management. I am looking to focus on the former in my next role.

Any agencies you feel would be able to help?

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#5 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 12:00

Rollercoaster to PJ (#4)

Monster.co.uk worked for me last month.

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#6 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 12:16

True Brit to Johnny Foreigner (#3)

@ Johnny Foreigner - dont loose you head man.

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#7 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 12:17

True Brit to True Brit (#6)

sorry - should have read

Dont loose you're head man.

Apologies

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#8 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 12:39

Johnny Foreigner to True Brit (#7)

Don't you mean "apologise"?

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#9 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 14:26

True Brit to Johnny Foreigner (#8)

Johnny F,

Weather you are for real or not, I do not know, but you need to chill out

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#10 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 17:19

Sesame Street to True Brit (#9)

Brit, please tell us your penultimate post was a joke.

If so, funny stuff!

If not, hilarious: three shocking errors in a five-word sentence -which you actually posted to correct a previous typo- takes some beating.

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#11 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 17:24

Sesame Street to Sesame Street (#10)

PS:

"Weather"? There is indeed a "chill out"...

In the words of Alan Partridge, "Lovely stuff"

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#12 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 21:28

Bob to Sesame Street (#11)

Epic flail.

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#13 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 21:39

Polish Plumber to Bob (#12)

True Brit, can I hire you as an English teacher please?

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#14 RE: Moving to industry
07/12/2010 22:08

True Brit to Sesame Street (#10)

Sesame Street,

Yes, a joke I'm afraid, so mildly funny rather than hilarious.

My betes noires (notice my grammar is sufficiently competent in French to ensure plural noun and adjective agreement in the feminine form - aren't I a show-off git) are as follows:

loose for lose

advice for advise

your for you're

their for there

As a colleague once wrote (honestly) "we should make contingency plans for the office as we are in for a bad spell of whether"

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