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APICS offers its members free or discounted access to a selection of recorded APICS Webinars. These sessions enable you to connect with industry experts for specialized topic-focused education. Each 60-minute event features an educational discussion, case studies, and a Q&A session.

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Career Coach Webinar - Strategies for Dealing with the Challenges Faced By Older Supply Chain Professionals

As a seasoned supply chain professional, you face different challenges in your job search, compared to those entering the field. Attend the next Career Coach webinar, taking place Wednesday, November 28 at 12pm to learn from Rodney Apple on the how to accelerate your job search and market your advanced worked experience.

Attend this webinar and you will learn: 

  • Resume optimization techniques to best display your tenured work experience
  • Resources to discover employers more open to hire the aging workforce
  • Advice on how to advance your skills to stay top of mind for hiring managers
  • Do’s and Don’ts to finding a job as an older professional
Date & Time: 
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
12:00pm - 1:00pm CT


Register Today




Meet the Presenter
Rodney Apple, APICS Career Coach


Founder and president of SCM Talent Group, LLC—a national supply chain recruiting and executive search firm that recruits across the end-to-end supply chain discipline. Prior to founding SCM, Rodney worked for nearly 10 years at The Coca-Cola Company’s and The Home Depot’s corporate headquarters, where he led professional and executive recruiting for their global supply chain organizations. 

Comments

  1. Jeff Simmons November 02, 2018, 07:05 AM
    I've been in a contractor role for several years now because I've had multiple interviews for permanent positions and they have always hired much younger candidates.  

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