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#1 GMO

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Posted 17 November 2010 - 10:36 AM

Hi All,

well the expected has happened and I'm unlikely to be able to get a part time job where I work. :thumbdown:

I'm mulling around what to do next. Part of the plan could be consultancy / HACCP assistance but I have no idea of the market out there, whether I could do it part time and it's a big financial commitment to book a nursery for 3 days a week unsure if I'll get any work.

So... Is there a means I can dip my toe into the water and advertise through IFSQN or at least get an idea from other people doing similar things?

Thanks Simon, don't want to fall foul of any forum guidelines so I'll stop at that.



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Posted 17 November 2010 - 11:07 AM

Hi All,

well the expected has happened and I'm unlikely to be able to get a part time job where I work. :thumbdown:

I'm mulling around what to do next. Part of the plan could be consultancy / HACCP assistance but I have no idea of the market out there, whether I could do it part time and it's a big financial commitment to book a nursery for 3 days a week unsure if I'll get any work.

So... Is there a means I can dip my toe into the water and advertise through IFSQN or at least get an idea from other people doing similar things?

Thanks Simon, don't want to fall foul of any forum guidelines so I'll stop at that.

Hi GMO,

You are more than welcome to make this post and ‘dip your toe’ into the water. You have made 675 posts and that’s a huge contribution to the forums.

See what members come up with and if and when you are ready you can offer your services in the new buyers guide.

Although not directly involved with consultancy for food I will have a think also.


Best Wishes,
Simon

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#3 GMO

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Posted 17 November 2010 - 01:14 PM

Bless you, thanks Simon, you're a star! :thumbup:



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Posted 19 November 2010 - 04:49 PM

Hi All,

well the expected has happened and I'm unlikely to be able to get a part time job where I work. :thumbdown:

I'm mulling around what to do next. Part of the plan could be consultancy / HACCP assistance but I have no idea of the market out there, whether I could do it part time and it's a big financial commitment to book a nursery for 3 days a week unsure if I'll get any work.

So... Is there a means I can dip my toe into the water and advertise through IFSQN or at least get an idea from other people doing similar things?

Thanks Simon, don't want to fall foul of any forum guidelines so I'll stop at that.


Where are you based?

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 09:55 AM

Where are you based?

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Leicestershire at the moment.

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Posted 21 November 2010 - 01:12 PM

Leicestershire at the moment.


I thought i might be able to throw some ad-hoc stuff your way

But we mainly work in the North East and Leicestershire to Durham is a bit of a commute!

We do occasionally venture out of 'gods country' though :biggrin: - so if anything comes up I'll give you a shout

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Posted 21 November 2010 - 04:41 PM

I thought i might be able to throw some ad-hoc stuff your way

But we mainly work in the North East and Leicestershire to Durham is a bit of a commute!

We do occasionally venture out of 'gods country' though :biggrin: - so if anything comes up I'll give you a shout

Regards

Mike



Thanks Mike. Yep Durham is a bit of a trek. Only been there once, lovely place though. :thumbup:

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Posted 22 November 2010 - 11:31 AM

Thanks Mike. Yep Durham is a bit of a trek. Only been there once, lovely place though. :thumbup:



Durham City is Ok- some other bits of the county well... lets say.... leave a lot to be desired!

If we have anything interesting going on down your way I'll let you know!

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Posted 28 January 2011 - 07:35 PM

Hi All,

well the expected has happened and I'm unlikely to be able to get a part time job where I work. :thumbdown:

I'm mulling around what to do next. Part of the plan could be consultancy / HACCP assistance but I have no idea of the market out there, whether I could do it part time and it's a big financial commitment to book a nursery for 3 days a week unsure if I'll get any work.

So... Is there a means I can dip my toe into the water and advertise through IFSQN or at least get an idea from other people doing similar things?

Thanks Simon, don't want to fall foul of any forum guidelines so I'll stop at that.



Hi GMO

Know the feeling - cannot understand why food industry is so behind the times - surely there are plenty want to job share or work part time - I am sure someone with your level of knowledge and ability can getb work. All the best.

Rosie




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