Re: correction--job opening

Subject: Re: correction--job opening
From: Steve Arrants <SArrants -at- DATAFUSION -dot- NET>
Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 10:28:14 -0700

Stephen Arrants, Jr.
139 Townsend Street Suite 100
San Francisco, CA 94107-1922
415.222.0100 (direct) 415.836.7843
fax 415.222-1050
sarrants -at- datafusion -dot- net

> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Posada [SMTP:posada -at- faxsav -dot- com]
> Sent: Friday, May 15, 1998 10:05 AM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Re: correction--job opening
> And I would like to know that if I apply, will they hire me.
> Seriously...While I agree on the location for filtering purposes,
> can't we
> just be grateful to the job posters that they are keeping us apprised
> of
> positions? Yes, they are not doing through the goodness of their
> hearts...however, if an advertised position was to go into all of the
> details requested below along with the other questions that all 4,000
> readers on the list could come up with, you'd be looking at a 40k
> message
> with disclaimers, EEO, along with the complaints that THAT would
> generate.
[Steve Arrants] Then perhaps there shouldn't be job listings
posted to the list? If someone is going to take the time to format and
post a job opening, they're going to want responses from folks who are
both qualified AND interested in replying. Not including such basic--and
critical--information as relocation information cuts down on the
responses. If folks are going to complain about how hard it is to find
qualified staff, they really need to look at their job opening postings.
Telling people what the salary range is within a posting helps
"preselect" your candidate pool.

I don't think what I want to see in a posting is all that
different from what others want to see. If someone doesn't include
information about location, salary, qualifications, etc. it shows poor

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