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Sunday, March 20, 2011

Two more ID applications (one industry, one higher ed)

For one job: Spent three hours today finessing the CV, writing a new letter of application, populating the missing info in the automatically generated database tracker (about 14 pages worth)... you might be interested the fields are: Personal details (contact info), Eligibility (Australian citizen), Qualifications (all of them, where, when, level reached), Employment History (Name of Org, title of position, duties, reason why left) I stopped at 12 of mine - enough already! - Salary (nominate your figure, Referees (names, positions, contact details), Resume (CV to upload from your computer) and also the letter of application (attached my new two-pager) and any other scanned documents such as references (I didn't bother). That's the industry one that closes tomorrow.
Now to finish my letter for the higher ed organisation (one of the many that I've worked for in the past)... another two hours I think - doesn't close till next week. I might delay it and phone for more info. This is a good one.

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