I have a great job at the moment that I really like but my family misses being in the UK and I was thinking about finding work in the North East of England to be near my family especially when the kids are growing up.
Anyway I never see many jobs in the North. Is it still best to just send a CV to agencies? Somebody said that a lot of agencies use Linked in to head hunt people. I am quite prepared to wait so I can wait for something to turn up. I just thought I would get a CV done.
In my current job I do a lot of different stuff from pure development to business analysis, and project management. What's the best way to play this as most jobs have a big list of technical skills, which maybe I don't have, but in my book these are the least useful skills in a way as you can find the way to do most things on the web now if you have half a brain. Getting someone who will listen to the customer and turn this into a functioning useful bit of software is much more important. I suppose when people are recruiting they are looking for specific roles to fill. The battery is nearly out on my laptop but any useful tips would be great.