The sentence below comes from my CV, but I'm not sure whether it's correct, especially about the part of the sentence after "where". Plz, can you give a quick glance and suggest a more elegant solution? You can also take a look at the articles since I'm a bit hard-of-hearing to articles. In my native language, we don't have them actually.
"Since I have a great ambition, I am willing to meet the opportunity in any country where the carrier advancement allows."
It would help a little if I could see the sentences surrounding it, but standing alone it looks fine. The only thing is, are you talking about a specific opportunity or just an opportunity in general?
Specific: "I am willing to meet the opporitunity . . ."
A) "I am willing to meet an opporitunity . . ."
B) "I am willing to meet any opporitunities in any country . . ."