Dear What Am I Worth,
I work in Bombay, India with a multinational company as supply chain general manager. I head planning, procurement, warehousing and customer order processing.
I am 40 years old and have four years’ experience in export marketing and six years' in supply chain management. I am a qualified lead assessor for ISO systems and have taken training in MRP II. I am currently working on the ERP system BPCS and also in the process of establishing e-connectivity with our customers. I have a permanent resident visa for New Zealand and intend to migrate in January 2001.
Planning a move
Protocol Personnal Services replies: Your management skills and experience at a senior level may unfortunately not translate into a management position in New Zealand. New Zealand companies will want you to get local knowledge first. You will need to expect to start lower initally and then work your way back up. I would expect that you could earn $45,000 to $50,000 in your first job.
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