Network Manager positions
I'm wondering if anyone could help me on this one. I am currently working as a Senior ICT Technician and have been doing so for the last 4 years, at my last place I ran the network on my own for the best part of a year and half. In total I have racked up 5 years experience in education and have attended or graduated with the following qualifications:
HND in Business IT and computing
Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT)
RM Certified Network Manager
RM Certified Network Technician
Currently studying for part 2 exam to gain my CCNA
Attended 2 training days titled "Managing a technicial support team"
Completed the Cisco Networking Academy.
On this basis would you think I should be seriously considered for a Network Manager position in an education setting or am I falling short somewhere?
At my last school I got screwed over, left waiting and waiting for promotion, lots of failed promises. In the end on the day I handed in my notice they promoted the guy below me without even giving me an opportunity at the position they offered him. Typical I suppose but nothing I could do as I had already tendered my resignation at that point.