Ok...so background is: I had a skill telephone interview with ACN a few months back for a consultant role but didn't get beyond that much to my disappointment and a bit of surprise. Feedback i got off HR was that i definitely possessed the technical skills (D'oh!) but i didn't demonstrate the business competence enough to be able to work as a consultant (I've got a telecoms background btw). Personally i thought that was inaccurate and unfair but oh well..what could i do?
So i applied to another consultant role months later (and having tweaked my CV to show more of my business/consulting skills) and i got a response from ACN saying my CV was more suited to a Telecoms Solution Architect role which they are recruiting for. An interview has been set and i should have this soon.
I presently work for a global telecoms market leader as a solutions architect so immediately i feel like its my forte. But that being said, i can't help but think back to my previous ACN interview and i'm now torn on how exactly i should approach the interview.
Do i push both my technical and business skills forward seeing as its a solutions architect role within a consulting company? Or do i push more of my technical skills as its a technical role? or learn from the last time and try to push the techie stuff to the background and focus more on business skills?
Also it says in the JD that ACN will be recruiting at different levels from analyst to Senior manager. Does that mean i could instead be managing a team of solution architects?
All responses will be very much appreciated.