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Working on a search, which seems that I got lost in the way. Need to build a better string.

I am searching for a MANAGER with TRAINING MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT exp. within the cosumer industry. Experience with Latin America companies.
Not looking for a Trainer, and this is where I get lost doing my search on Linkedin.
Will somebody give me an idea to get myself on the right track.
Thanks

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Try this string in Google:

site:www.linkedin.com "training material" development "latin america" (inurl:pub | inurl:in) -inurl:dir

There are some 'trainers' in the results, however many are not actual 'trainers'

Gary
Thanks, Gary. I'm going to give that a try right now.
Hi,

Please try this on Google Engine..

"training material" development ("latin america" | "latin american") (intitle:resume | inurl:resume | intitle:cv | inurl:cv | intitle:Curriculum vitae | inurl:Curriculum vitae) -job -jobs -apply -submit -sample

Regards
Manick
Hi Enda,
Here is another search to try based on Garys keywords:

"training material" development "latin america" (intitle:resume OR inurl:resume OR intitle:homepage OR inurl:homepage)

Best of luck!
Chrissy
Make sure you insert -apply -jobs -apply -submit -sample in Chrissy's string or you may get job orders back with your results!

Christine McKenzie said:
Hi Enda,
Here is another search to try based on Garys keywords:

"training material" development "latin america" (intitle:resume OR inurl:resume OR intitle:homepage OR inurl:homepage)

Best of luck!
Chrissy
Thanks alot Gary, Manick, Chrissy. You all have helped me get back on the right track.

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