That's good news! Definitely let me know how it goes
Bio huh? You should be working for Big Pharm Management is a different beast altogether though - you're probably more patient than I am with "underlings" ha ha.
Funny coincidence, one of my focuses in college was supply chain management (which really was more optimization of business and business practice in general - including the supply chain). It was fun stuff and really, really math-based.
Although I have a degree in Biology, I am a manager in real life. I have worked in warehousing/production/logistics. I worked with FedEx for 8 years and most recently with a manufacturing facility that extrudes thin film plastics. I have been interviewing, and am very hopeful after a recent interview at a regional distribution facility for JCPenney.
Very much so. Unfortunately I was recently laid off. Fun money has dried up and I am looking hard for a new job. Had to pull one of the kiddos out of daycare in the meantime, been chasing her around and working on the mother of all "honey-do" lists. No wrenching, other than a brake job and oil changes, no new mods. What have I missed?