Any good consulting firm should waive education requirements if the person and/or their experience is right!
You would think. But sometimes the people in HR getting the initial resume can't get past the lack of a few letter so the person who can REALLY evaluate my experience never even sees my resume.
So I've been trying all day to find a way to network into this company. Frustrating!
Anyone know someone who works at Point B
or who works in big consulting and might have a contact?
I think those of us who are job hunters should describe what we're looking for so we can keep eyes/ears open.
I'm looking for 2 things. 1 - I want to re-grow my business so I'm looking for individual and corporate clients for my personal finance coaching/consulting. I'm looking for public speaking opportunities (paid or not) and other ways to build that network.
2 - I'm looking for a consistent job to pay the bills. For this I'd really prefer to be with a consulting company focused on business operations. I'm a trouble-shooter and process developer and I get bored quickly which is why consulting works best for me. Get me in, let me fix it, get me out.
I'm looking for both in the Portland area.
So what are the other job-hunters looking for?