I have had 50+ years in Manufacturing from machinist to supervisor, to manager and stockholder Vallee Machine to President and sole owner of 165 employee job shop Quik=Turn Inc.did not survive 1982 oil bust in Houston closed down in 1987 to 30+ years as Tooling Manager at Dril-Quip Inc. to retired. I am bored and need to get back involved in a full or part time basis. I need to let you know I am presently using a cane getting over a issue with my knee I will discuss. This could be also a consulting job working from home.
I have a BS in History and a MS in Organizational Leadership. In the past 4 yrs I have worked(3) as a financial analyst and (1) in financial services. I have a limited securities license, Series 6. I am not getting past jobs that require a BS in any financial discipline. In addition, due to my advanced degree field and work as an analyst, it has been suggested to me to look at entry level consulting jobs at smaller firms. Any thoughts? Thank you.
Hi Jobcase family! My position was eliminated at the end of May due to my client downsizing their business. I've applied to countless positions, interviewed for some really good opportunities and for the first time in my life, it's taking forever and a day to secure a great job. I've always been told that I should pursue consulting or becoming a motivational speaker but I kept delaying it. I figure that several doors are closing to me because it's time to create my own destiny. I launched my blog last night. The name of it is Inspire Corner. It's going to be a professional website that I'm hoping will become an advice column that will eventually lead me to Consulting. I would love to get your feedback on the article I wrote...Cheers to new beginnings and thank you all for being my inspiration:).
I was recently let go from a position for being "too slow" physically. The whole reason I got into accounting was so that my physical and learning disabilities wouldn't hinder my job performance so much. However, I have found them to be just as much of a problem as an accountant. I've talked to some friends/business owners in the area who seem to think there is a demand for a CPA to open up a tax preparation/consulting firm in a small town about 15 miles from me. I've already started researching the area and putting together a business plan. I like the idea of being my own boss and working at my own pace. I've been an accountant for around 5 years and just getting ready to finish up my CPA. Does this seem like a good idea or am I in for a lot of disappointment? Thank you.
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35 years of Real Estate Broker/Owner expierence. does not need to be that particular field. Consulting, training, management expererence, great shape physically and mentally. Open minded, need a position I enjoy, independent, looking for longer term and partime, seasonal but not against full time either. Will supply resume on request if interested in position. Southwest Florida area Cape Coral, Florida. No hurry, willing to wait for the right oppurtunity...
I am looking for Good consulting job where I could demonstrate my negotiation skills
Our new consulting organization is looking for volunteers! We have different areas of the organization that is needing assistance doing creative and fun things to help promote, design and express everything that we are about and trying to do with not only as a New Organization but as well as new Talk Show and kick starting an out reach program