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The process of finding potential new employees.

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Unless the recruiter knows you're looking to relocate, getting a reasonably close location is normally quite easy. Combined with knowing what the company does (assuming your role would be part of the …
answered Sep 2 '16 by Chris H
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Having been in a similar position, the only solution was a blunt "I'm not interested" backed up with telling them (truthfully) that I'd accepted a job in another sector, and finishing with "Thank you, …
answered Mar 29 '17 by Chris H
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It sounds like you're the only person from a technical background with the opportunity to read the CV. You'd be doing everyone a disservice if you didn't read it -- the candidate and the company. …
answered Jun 11 '18 by Chris H
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If you can get your hands on (borrow) a licensed copy of Word, it does a surprisingly good job of importing a LaTeX-produced PDF. I was in the same position: a funding body wanted my CV on file in wo …
answered Jun 8 '18 by Chris H