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they haven't received any confirmation from their project and that they'd contact me A MNC has a lot of moving parts, schedules, and agendas for things to take a long time. What they told you basically was, you were selected for that project but we don't know if we need you yet. You do not have an offer. Keep interviewing, keep looking for jobs. Put this ...


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"acting director" is usually someone who is working out of title, such as an assistant director who is taking on the duties of a director until a director is found. an "interim director" is someone who is working in title, but temporarily until a replacement is found. Usually an interim director is a director from another department who is filling both ...


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The best way to answer this is probably to ask those staff who are having the disagreement: What do they see as the significant difference between the two? Or are they simply arguing because no one is sure what the difference is? In my experience, "Acting" means the temporary person is filling in for a Director who has (for whatever reason) taken leave. ...


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Jobs are found in various ways, but are offered based on relationships (existing or developing a new one). If you liked the recruiter and genuinely feel the previous job was a "near miss" but this one is a much better fit, reach out to the recruiter. Having a human advocate is far better than getting lost in an automated processing bin. Also, a good ...


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