Inteviewing Dilema- "to leave or not to leave"
Thanks to everyone for this wonderful community! So far, I've been more like an active listener for content. I have taken much from this and applied to my personal situation with great results.
BLUF: I want to change jobs. Currently in an interviewing process with my top choice of employer for that is taking longer than I expected. So far no proposal... It seems like they want to hire me in 3 different management areas (business, risk, operations). My experience suits all three areas positions. THE DILEMA: Recently got promoted at my current job- which also means I'm leading a new project that will end in 3 months. I got a good chance at getting an offer from the hiring company that I won't be able to refuse. It will not look good in my resume (I mean: I will really cause a bad impression at my current job) if I don't deliver this project to completion. It is very relevant to the success of my organization. What can I do to delay this process, without ruining my shot at getting the job?
If the above caught your interest, here's a little more background... I'm happy at my current job. I got a quite prosperous career in corporate and investment banking. Recently got promoted and with a promissing carrer plan oversought by my seniors and HR. Seems awesome... not quite. Something is missing and this is that I see myself fulfilling a more integral personal satisfaction if I were in Development Banking. Key difference, I would generate results for developing countries, reducing poverty, etc.; whereas in my current job I'm generating results for the stockholders...
Thanks in advance for your advice/comments.