How are you? I hope all is well with you!!!
I came to know that, you are having handful of requirements in your company and i here with wish to say that i very much interested in working for your requirements. I can certainly get you the right consultants hope fully bcoz, we do have strong recruiting tea in our side.
Over the past year I have been experimenting how best to facilitate members being able to connect with each other. Some want to connect with everyone and some are looking for a few meaningful connections.
1-2 times per week I send a group introduction message with 10-15 new members and reintroducing others.
What this means for you is simple, do you wish to be introduced to the group?
You have 4 options from which to choose:
(A) “Open Networker” with name, email address, and LinkedIn URL as you want to connect with anyone and everyone.
(B) “General Introduction” with name and LinkedIn URL as you are specific about who you want to connect with.
(C) “Lurker” no announcement will be made as you want to be on the sidelines connecting with people as you wish.
(D) “Super Open Networker” which is (A) plus having your contact information on the group page.
A caution on the “Open Networker”, you may be inundated with invitations to connect. For some this is exactly what they are hoping for and others this could be a pain.
I do ask, if you receive invitations from members you do not want to connect with that you “Archive” the message versus “I don’t know” so the sender is not penalized by LinkedIn although how you handle this is up to you.
Again your options are (A), (B), (C), (D).
Please include your LinkedIn URL and email address you prefer to receive invitations and send to email@example.com
I may be able to help you out here in PHX but I do not have any Chem E's in my file so my resources may be somewhat limited to what you have. Feel free to drop me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like.
Hi Adam, and welcome to Recruiting Blogs! I have a question for you, if you have a moment. My wife, who's in her 30's, is completing her undergrad degree in Biochemistry, at Smith College. She has an Associates in Biotechnology (w/3.96 GPA), and worked as a Scientist I with a division of a large multinational biomedical company, in their R&D lab for about a year before deciding to go back to school.
I'm just curious about what type of opportunities there are for someone with a BA or BS in Biochemistry, with an Associates in Biotech, and a year's real world lab experience? (I say BA or BS because there's some talk about changing the program at the school from a BA to a BS for next year)
Do you feel it's absolutely necessary to immediately continue on to the post-grad work, or are there good opportunities to be had with the 4 year degree- she's really very interested in staying the lab and working in R&D...