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Perfect Job Too Soon...

Oh wow. I can only say that I was super dissapointed when I saw a particular job advertisement in the paper yesterday (Sunday). It was something that I would be perfect for if only I was already out of school and back in the area. I could not have written a more perfect description of a job I would like to be doing upon graduation or even right now. It basically encompasses everything I have learned through out college and at my internship with E-Magnify. The position was for a Web Marketing Coordinator . The ad directly read:

ResortQuest's marketing department has an opening for a full-time, year round Web Marketing Coordinator. Applicant must have excellent writing and computer skills.

Knowledge of Web site management (including graphics and HTML), content management systems. Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Dreamweaver, as well as Microsoft Office Suite, are a plus. Applicants must be able to multi-task effectively, work independently and thrive in a deadline oriented enviroment. Web related certification or degree, or equivalent experience is also a plus.

ResortQuest offers a competitive, comprehensive benefits and compensations package. This includes paid time off, 401K, dental, health, and vision insurance.

Please send resume and cover letter to: Fax (302) 539-9225, Email: trayne@resortquest.com with the job position in the subject line.

Comments (1)

Yes, I felt much the same way when I was in grad school, and I saw good job ads come and go before I was far enough along in my dissertation to be a serious contender.

Note that the ad only says that the degree is a plus, not a requirement. If I recall correctly, you don't need a whole lot of courses in order to graduate, isn't that right? If you really are perfect for the job, I wonder whether they'd be interested in working something out.

It couldn't hurt to apply.

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