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The biggest mistake I made as a #ProjectManagement at #TecnosetInformatica ...

My biggest mistake was not realizing that the company had no operational support in my region, leaving well to wish the customer service, being in my charge to respond for problems, whose qyal I had already informed the solution. so it was eroding the relationship with the company.

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My advice to people interested in working at #GranpasCatfish as a #ProjectManagement ...

That if they're not there to wrk hard and be friendly then it's not the job for them

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I am a hard working person and in need of a career job in the field of Safety, Health and environment, Mechanical Engineering (Maintenance) and project management. In case of any availability don't hesitate to contact me through geraldohemeng@yahoo.com, ohemengntim@gmail.com

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ready to work

I had a stroke in 2014 I am much better now and ready to re-enter the work force. I have applied for dozens of post. someone please help . I am in the Chicago area and I have a vast resume in i.t and project management . roberson.dr@gmail.com

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Darius, I just responded to your other post. Let me know if you need more help.

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Looking for Project Manager position

I am currently working at a large high tech corporation and am actively searching for new opportunities. I have an MBA, am certified in Transition Change Management as well as 20+ years in a high profile project management roles

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Lenin Pina
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Hi Mark, Thank you for posting to Jobcase. Sadly, an employer might miss this information about your work history/qualifications! Make sure to add all of this info to your profile so that any potential employer can view it.

Then follow these steps to find a job opportunity near you!

1. Click on Jobs & Companies at the top of the page, or head over [here] (http://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search)

2. Enter a job into the search field where it says Job Title, Keywords, or Company. Your search for example could be for “cashier,” “vet tech,” “waitress,” etc. Think about what you want to do and type it in!

3. Add in your location by filling in your City and State OR zip code. Then click the magnifying glass to search.

4. Once the list is up, click on “View Job" of any you are interested in and then apply.

Wishing you the best with your job search!

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I need a job

I need a job. I have been trying everything. I am looking for a mid level management job. I have a Master,s of Science degree in Organizational Management and years of management experience. But I can't find a job. Every job I apply for on job posting websites has numerous job seekers already applying for the same job. Because of this companies can pay next to nothing and pick out of a hundred or more applicants. Please let me know what else I can do. I have been network with all my friends and also post on LinkedIn. If anyone has some advise, please let me know.

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Marcus Jordan
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Hi Gregory, Securing meaningful employment at your professional career level can be very challenging for all the reasons you mentioned above. Here's a current list of companies recruiting Project Managers and related positions in your area for review, see list of companies here.

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Jerome Ricken
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Well I dont know about out there, butwe have a Career Point, if you don't have one out there try your county labor board or a agency

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Looking for a job

Hi I am looking for a job as a Quantity surveyor of project manager in Texas or Ohio. Please assist where possible.

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Looking for a PM position

I am currently transitioning out of the military and cannot find an IT Project Management position in D.C. or NYC. I have applied several places and sent my resume. Any advice to get a call back?

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Shawn Gorman
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Thank you for service! I would suggest applying to companies that their focus is hired people who are transitioning out of the military.

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Tim Nordyke
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Many public utilities hire vets over non vets. They need men/women who will keep a cool head in critical situations.

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Nature of Project Manager

As a Project Manager it is always a challenge to balance all the aspects of the Job role, tasks, schedule and budget, But it is a Role that you have to be built in and love to perform. It is challenging and never boring, Building teams and sharing and learning new skills is the foundation of PM role. Responsibilities, challenges, focus, people skills, communication and negotiation are some of the abundance of skill set required by a PM . But it is always a love to work in that role

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IT Mgr II

I have IT experience in SOX and PCI compliance, management of HP Testing tools for appiication testing. I am looking for a position in Project Management, Process Improvement or Auditing,

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