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New Post 6/26/2014 10:48 AM
User is offline Enchantress
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An introduction from a career consultant 

Hi Everyone!


I am a technical recruiter and looking forward to learn more about Business Analysis in this forum. I want to tailor my knowledge on the business analysis work scope and technologies used in performing their jobs. You may also send me your resumes if you need help. I am handling clients from the fortune 500 and even clients from, the big 4. I have worked on requisitions such as Java Developer, QA Analyst/Tester, SQL Programmer, BI Developer, Application/Software Developer, Business Analyst etc. Feel free to email me at [email protected], i will be glad to hear from you and be of help.

New Post 6/29/2014 3:13 AM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: An introduction from a career consultant 

Hi Enchantress,

You've stumbled on a world wide forum. It'd probably be useful if you gave some hint about where you are in the world. What countries and cities you're recruiting for.


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