Senior Planner / Scheduler

A regional, dynamic and reputable multi-disciplinary consulting firm based in Abu Dhabi, with several offices in the GCC, is currently seeking to employ the following: SENIOR PLANNER / SCHEDULER The candidate will be responsible for the strategic planning of resources, projects, etc.; planning resources, requirements and reporting on status and forecasting; monitoring progress reviews; scheduling submission for the project; preparing weekly progress report and submitting to the client. Knowledge of basic engineering; attending progress review meeting with clients / sub-consultants / department staff, etc.; and for putting together and collating all the information for a project time schedule; providing monthly progress report to the Project Manager; monitoring man hours required against progress. Advising on man hour requirements to complete the project on time. All candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree, be computer literate, with at least 15 years experience and a proven track record of conducting similar work activities for at least 5 years. Good analytical skills and has the ability to demonstrate verbal, written communication skills and to convey information clearly and effectively.

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  • Published:9 years ago
  • Compnay:Anonymous
  • Location:Abu Dhabi,UAE
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Internet Skills : Sales Skills to Put on Your Resume

Sales Skills to Put on Your Resume
Although there are many types of sales jobs, certain sales skills are universal. These five sales job skills for your resume will be attractive to hiring managers, no matter the industry or company.

Use the job ad to find out which skills to list on your resume. Employers always list the skills and abilities they want in the job description.

Internet Skills

Internet skills may be an extension of computer skills, but they’re key to being a good sales employee. Even if the position you’re applying for doesn’t explicitly involve conducting sales online, such abilities are helpful to have.

For instance, sales employees must be internet-savvy to conduct relevant research, network with leads, and share information with colleagues.

Being able to navigate the internet is, without a doubt, one of the top sales skills.

Basic internet skills include knowing how to:

send and receive emails
navigate social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn
conduct research using search engines
It’s a good career move to learn how to add your resume to LinkedIn so more employers can see it. They might even contact you without you applying for a position.

Online research skills require critical thinking and strong decision-making abilities, and are essential for anyone involved in direct sales.