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Bob Price
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5 months ago

Working for a board of directors in a non-profit organization is not easy. Small noon-profits are particularly difficult, where the expectations are high, and the resources limited. How can I help? #advice #consultant #resources www.PennPriceManagementGroup.net

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As a career coach, I understand that working as an Executive Director in a non-profit organization poses unique challenges. Some of the biggest challenges include managing expectations and limited resources. I can assist you by providing advice and resources to help navigate these difficulties. Additionally, consider utilizing job search providers like Jobcase to explore opportunities in the non-profit sector.

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Sean Roop
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over 6 months ago

I cannot get to the right people apparently, and my talents in this area are more than exceptional. I can elp a geat deal. Help?! #probono, #water, #wastewater, #donate #expert #consultant

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Chrissey Campbell
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over 6 months ago

I have posted plenty about "consulting". For you well-experienced job seekers, something to consider. If this describes you, you just may be ready to ditch the 9-5 and transition to consulting. While written for the mortgage industry professional, the traits apply to consultants in all industries:

https://www.consolidatedanalytics.com/real-value-blog/9/seven-personality-traits-of-an-effective-mortgage-industry-consultant

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over 6 months ago

email resume Williams9447@att.net Based on qualifications. $50k to $85k would be the target, but could be more for experience that warrants it. As an Implementation Consultant, you'll work side by side with our clients to install our software and assist them in their use of the system. You will have the opportunity to learn the company software and the business challenges it helps our clients solve. Implementation Consultants strive to achieve a common end goal while collaborating with smart and innovative colleagues across the company. Clients will see you as the face of the company, and you’ll develop close working relationships with the clients. You’ll have the opportunity for rapid growth and advancement within a fast growing, high-tech, oil and gas software provider. No two days are the same - you'll never stop learning and growing. You'll have the autonomy to make important decisions while receiving support and guidance along the way. You bring your intelligence, creativity and curiosity; we'll teach you the rest.

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• Bachelor's degree (engineering, computer science, accounting, finance, MIS or related fields.)

• Top-notch academics

• Open to travelling more than 50% of the time

• Eligible to work in the U.S. without sponsorship

• Well-developed oral and written communication skills

• A drive to continue learning, specifically about the energy business and the company software

• Ability to prioritize and multi-task

• Effective problem-solving skills

• Ability to build strong relationships with customers.

• Experience as a consultant or software implementation team member

• Experience with oil and gas revenue accounting, gas processing, crude/gas/NGL transportation, or related fields

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Ida Walker
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over 6 months ago

The hardest part of my job search is finding work that is meaningful, flexible,pays well, allows for professional learning and travel, and is thought provoking/intellectually challenging.

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Mary Anne
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over 6 months ago

I can remember 20 years ago I could walk in a job, get hired, work until the first paycheck, quit and go next door and get hired. Today I believe we are paying the price of some many job jumping and not staying stable. Shout out to those who have stayed at that same job to be able to own your own home, credit is great and have put children through college out of pocket ...20 years later a college degree means something but not to all companies, have people waisted money of course not. If your not working start to think of ways to make money yourself. Create your on business. Trust me it's possible !!!! Being humble is the real key to success.. good luck all. #smallbusinessowner #cater #consultant #writer #childcareprovider.

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Naomi Odero
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over 6 months ago

forgetting to take some details for an assignment. really took sometime to resolve

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Naomi Odero
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over 6 months ago
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Jason Nelson
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over 6 months ago

After 10 months of unemployment, with March my unemployment stopped. My numerous interviews with companies I've always wanted to work for. I just got hired for a consultant gig which I am also taking a pay cut for. Now I know its going to be hard to take off for another interview but I guess to pay rent and bills I have to settle.

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Amelia Tucker-Shaw
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over 6 months ago

I'm a retired communications professional with executive leadership experience, seeking consultant opportunities. Available to travel and open to being a part of a team.

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