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Friday, March 4, 2011

Online copy writer and editor (4) Position Description

The interview with the recruitment agency went really well! I now actually have the position description and the name of the employing organisation so I'm not shooting in the dark. Notice the position title has changed. The title is now very clear and the duties likewise (I won't post specific details up here until the outcome is known!) The HR consultant was very encouraging. I did do quite a big body of work for the employing organisation some years ago, and had good relations with staff at that time, so maybe I have an edge. Hard to tell. No assumptions. Will spend this weekend polishing the CV to perfection and adding more information about work of the past five years. I'll resubmit on Monday then hope next week to be called in for a panel interview (I'm guessing maybe the first of two). This is a full-time, well-paid professional position in a highly respected organisation. Will need to make clear that I really do know my stuff! More research to do.

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