September 26th, 2007
|10:30 am - Bummer|
I just got a bad e-mail from NSF, the prospective employer that would have paid $43-$45,000/year. It reads:
"Dear Candidate: Rodney L. Cox,
Thank you for interviewing for the Certification Project Manager position with NSF International. Several factors are evaluated in our selection process. After careful consideration of these factors, we regret to inform you that you have not been selected to continue with the interviewing process for the position. Your resume will be remain on file for two years in the event future openings become available in your area of interest and expertise.
Again, thank you for your interest in employment with NSF International. We wish you the best of luck in your career endeavors.
What a disappointment! I thought I did really well on the interviews. I even asked people flat out if they thought I was qualified and they all said yes. The other people interviewing must have been god-like. They probably had a lot more customer service experience then I did.
Well, I'm just leaving for the second interview with Murray Air. I hope this goes better.
Current Mood: sad
Sorry hon; you'll end up at whatever job you're meant to. And ya never know, maybe NSF has goblins for bosses or something... :)
|Date:||September 27th, 2007 01:13 am (UTC)|| |
Yeah. Looking at what I would be doing at NSF, I probably wouldn't be happy there. It was very similar to what I was doing before. I was just shocked since my interviews were so good.