[TriLUG] Cute job typo
jim at neuse.net
Wed Jan 6 14:34:28 EST 2010
If you expect anyone to hire you, please learn proper Engliss.
From: trilug-bounces at trilug.org [mailto:trilug-bounces at trilug.org] On
Behalf Of neilson at windstream.net
Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2010 2:16 PM
To: Triangle Linux Users Group General Discussion
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] Cute job typo
Ooooh! Ooooooh! I'm qualifried for that position!!!
(Actually, it's the sort of thing that any of us could probably step in
and just "do" but the folks seeking to fill it likely prefer someone
with the right qualfictions. Could I still make my qualifictions up out
of whole cloth and apply for the job, now that I've let the cat out of
the bag, saying how it would indeed be fictitious? The cat sort of
ripped the cloth bag.)
I further question their "intermediate required" terminology. For a few
of the requirements there are actual measurable criteria by which to
judge "intermediate" but for others (such as numbers 7, 8 and 9) there
almost certainly are not.
Shall I be so jaundiced as to recommend that the ancient transition from
"Personnel" to "Human Resources" be taken one step further, with the new
name, Human Resource Science? Hold on a minute while I Google that...
Oops, I'm way too late. "Dr Xxx XXXX, Director of Human Resource Science
and Technology," appears on the very first Google page.
-Peter ("If it don't have verifiable numbers it ain't no real science.")
---- Scott Lambdin <lopaki at gmail.com> wrote:
> I liked the typo in the second line on this job spec segment:
> Title: Application/SW Development/Support - IT
> 1) Network Operations Intermediate Required 2) Unix System Admst (HP)
> Required 3) Windows NT Intermediate Required 4) AIX Intermediate
> Sun Solaris Expert Required 6) LAN/WAN Networking Intermediate
> Analytical Intermediate Required 8) Communication Skills Intermediate
> Required 9) Written Skills Intermediate Required
> There's a box?
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