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Old 06.10.2014, 18:55
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How do you interpret "Experienced - Non Manager"?

A large IT company is advertising a business strategy position where they require this level of experience: "Experienced - Non Manager"

They require 15years at least experience.

How should one understand it?
What does it say about the position itself?
What if you managed people and you are open for a position without management responsibilities?

Thanks for feedbacks.
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Re: How do you interpret "Experienced - Non Manager"?

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A large IT company is advertising a business strategy position where they require this level of experience: "Experienced - Non Manager"

They require 15years at least experience.

How should one understand it?
What does it say about the position itself?
What if you managed people and you are open for a position without management responsibilities?

Thanks for feedbacks.
they want someone with expert knowledge, not some kind of coordinator person.
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Re: How do you interpret "Experienced - Non Manager"?

That refers to an advanced expert position with no direct leadership responsibilities.

I see no reason why you shouldn't apply even if you've already managed people before. In case you get an interview, you can always explain why you're interested in the job anyway...
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Re: How do you interpret "Experienced - Non Manager"?

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That refers to an advanced expert position with no direct leadership responsibilities.

I see no reason why you shouldn't apply even if you've already managed people before. In case you get an interview, you can always explain why you're interested in the job anyway...
Just be sure to focus on the technical pieces of your CV. Referencing your management experience would not be the brightest move.
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