A career of filling gaps

A chartered management accountant, Paul Tierney has worked in a broad range of interim roles over the past 13 years, but his exit from the traditional world of permanent employment was unintentional.

2nd April, 2011

A chartered management accountant, Paul Tierney has worked in a broad range of interim roles over the past 13 years, but his exit from the traditional world of permanent employment was unintentional.

Tierney returned to Ireland in the late 1990s, having worked in business system implementation in Britain for a number of years.

His first role at home was as an interim manager for just over a year. Two weeks after completing his first 12-month assignment,...

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