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    Advisor to the company

    Dear Teachers,

    If a company is hiring a man who has a lot of knowledge in construction business (or other fields) as an Advisor. Kindly suggest what the right title describing full qualifications of his position should be. Can it be "Construction Specialist"?

    Thank you very much in advance for your kind advice.

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    Re: Advisor to the company

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninth View Post
    Dear Teachers,

    If a company is hiring a man who has a lot of knowledge in construction business (or other fields) as an Advisor. Kindly suggest what the right title describing full qualifications of his position should be. Can it be "Construction Specialist"?

    Thank you very much in advance for your kind advice.
    "Construction Consultant" is possible.

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    Re: Advisor to the company

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    "Construction Consultant" is possible.
    Dear Khun Bhaisahab,

    Many thanks for your kind advice. Is it OK to use "Specialist"? The reason is to show clients or others that this man (working with us) is not an ordinary one but is a professional, who is able to solve any troubles as well as giving the right advice.

    Sorry for asking again.

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    Re: Advisor to the company

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninth View Post
    Dear Khun Bhaisahab,

    Many thanks for your kind advice. Is it OK to use "Specialist"? The reason is to show clients or others that this man (working with us) is not an ordinary one but is a professional, who is able to solve any troubles as well as giving the right advice.

    Sorry for asking again.
    Yes, you could use "specialist" if you want to.

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    Re: Advisor to the company

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Yes, you could use "specialist" if you want to.
    Dear Khun Bhaisahab,

    Thank you very much again for your advice

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