Interview Follow-Up

Subject: Interview Follow-Up
From: "Jim Barrow" <vrfour -at- verizon -dot- net>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 03 Jan 2008 05:03:05 -0800

I had my interview yesterday for an Information Architect position. It went
well and I can post about that separately, especially since I've learned a
great deal about how IA and tech writing responsibilities intersect.

My question today involves sending a thank you note after the interview.

I interviewed with a Director last and, after the interview, he gave me his
business card and said the following: "Here's my card. Email me if you
have any questions about the job."

I took this gesture as an opportunity for me to send a thank you letter
(email). Since I worked with a recruiter to get this interview, I
telephoned her to give her my feedback regarding the interview. When I
mentioned the business card above she immediately agreed that I should send
a thank you note, but insisted that I send the note to her first for

Does this sound like standard operating procedure? I'm a big boy. I think
I can compose a thank you note.

- Jim


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