[Wsuug] JOB: UI Developer, jQuery/RIA experience, Richmond
ajaswa at gmail.com
Mon Dec 21 12:44:54 EST 2009
All I was saying is that I thought it was odd. I'd never seen it
btw, top posting is made easy by apple and google too.
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On Dec 21, 2009, at 9:02, "Kelley Walker" <kelley.walker at dominionenterprises.com
> Andrew Jaswa wrote:
>> I don't think I've run into many places who ask for you to
> call them right
>> after you've sent in your resume in MS word (which is a
> whole other issue)...
>> "We are currently hiring UI Developer interested in this
> opportunity, first
>> email a MS Word version of your resume, followed by a
> phone call."
> Were I him, I'd do the same. That way, I wouldn't waste my
> time calling people when they're unavailable. Some of these
> folks are primarily sourcers: all they do is get the
> candidate ready for the primary recruiter. So, a lot of what
> they ask you to do? it's to see if you're a professional in
> the first place: can you follow directions, are you pleasant
> to everyone and not just the people you have to impress,
> etc. Sourcers work really fast. The faster they work, the
> more they make. Seems like a smart way to save time.
> As for MS shops, if you're top posting, then you ARE the
> product of the MS mentality. :)
> Kelley Walker
> Lead Developer, Boat Trader | RV Trader
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> On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 10:20 AM, Kelley Walker
> <designlists at inkworkswell.com> wrote:
>> At 12:15 PM 12/20/2009, Andrew Jaswa wrote:
>>> That seems like an odd way of applying for a job...
>> Not sure what's odd about it. Could you elaborate?
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