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"Must operate independently on tight schedules without placing excess
demands on subject matter experts"
Couple of ideas for you:
- Company expects a lot of bang for their buck.
- Access to product will be given, along with minimal SMS help.
- They expect ability and work ethic to be strong characteristics.
- SMS are over-worked, or at least have company convinced they are.
You could over-analyze. It might be that they've hired one or two
blow-hards in the past, and have not much to show for it. Most companies
simply need someone to show skill, consistently hit the books, and play
nice with others.
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