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Etiquette and protocool.
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Ah C3PO. Wherefore art tho.

So I'm up to 9 recruiters now. I need to draft me a letter that says, 'Thank you. The position fits me! But at this time, I am unable. Think of me in the future for all your IT needs.' And then start replying, because I don't want to give these people the impression that I don't exist. :) I plan to ask Tina's help, she's a wizard like that. (That reminds me. My mom saw my new resume, says she needs one that spiffy. ;) It's a shame that this position can't be in Seattle. I'd run for it in a hot minute.

The phone interview - it seemed to go well. Of course as soon as it was over, I thought of things I should have said different, blah blah. It was with the general HR person. The not so general IT manager and flunkies are calling me tomorrow. HR person says that pending the results of that, I should hear something back for scheduling face to face stuff friday/monday (and they'll of course let me know if they decided to go with anyone else).

(10 recruiters). This one called. Oi vey.
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arafel_sidhe From: arafel_sidhe Date: June 2nd, 2009 08:09 pm (UTC) (Link)
Lol. I am sorry for your troubles, but that is an amusing problem to have. Oh, recruiters. They're mostly useless, but occasionally they have something good. Although I've never heard of a situation like this one!

Good luck, whatever ends up happening, dear. I'm glad to hear you have some positive movement - hopefully that'll help lift your spirits, and the rest will fall into place.
dragoni82 From: dragoni82 Date: June 4th, 2009 11:31 am (UTC) (Link)
Honestly, unless you have a "Start on Monday" -- which it does sound like you're close to, but not quite at -- there's no harm talking to them. Worst that happens is you call them back with your unavailability, right?
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