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My company is continuing to hire|
McDougal Littell's Boston product development office has open positions in all departments and we need your help. These are great long-term contract positions that offer competitive pay and full benefits.
Specifically, we are looking for experienced:
Math Editors (grades 6-12; math degree required)
World Languages Editors (Spanish & French)
Electronic Production Specialists
Please help us get the word out- most departments are hiring at a variety of experience levels ranging from Associate to Senior levels.
All resumes should be sent McDougal Littell Human Resources in Boston:
Houghton Mifflin Company
ATT: McDougal Littell Boston Human Resources
222 Berkeley Street
Boston, MA 02116
Feel free to spread the word around. I'd be happy to talk to people about these positions. I'd also be happy to split a referral bonus if that ends up happening. This is really a great company to work for.
Urgh. If I weren't so darned loyal, I might go for an Editorial/Production Asst. job. But I'm pretty happy where I am, and I'm loyal, so I'm not going to.
|Date:||September 3rd, 2004 04:33 am (UTC)|| |
The fact that it's a temp job doesn't alter your feelings of loyalty? Or does the fact that you've been there so long now override the fact that it's a temp job?
If it were a short temp job with a definite end date, I wouldn't have developed very strong loyalty feelings, so yes, the fact that I've been here so long with no indication that they would be getting rid of me soon does "override" the fact that it's a temp job. But, I guess "loyalty" isn't the only thing preventing me from putting in an application for an available permanent position.
Loyalty really boils down to: I like my boss and I think me leaving would cause her stress; I feel like she, and other really do count on me and are pleased with the work I do.
Other factors are: I'm lazy and not well-suited to job-hunting. I don't want to rewrite my resume, or do self-sell in an interview. I think I would like editorial or production better than I like Marketing, but I might not, so I'm more inclined to stick with what I've grown pretty comfortable with. And that "pretty comfortable with" is, I'm realizing, a really important thing for me. Yes, I'd like more money and more benefits and a security pass that didn't say "Visitor" and need renewing every two months, but I don't want those things enough to mess with this particular aspect of my life that feels pretty stable and reasonably pleasant.
Speaking of jobs, did you ever get a chance to look over my résumé? ;)
|Date:||September 3rd, 2004 06:09 am (UTC)|| |
D'oh. thanks for the reminder. I printed it out and read it over, but I haven't marked it up yet. If you don't hear from me tonight, ping me again.
|Date:||September 3rd, 2004 06:23 am (UTC)|| |
i thought you couldn't get the referral bonus?
|Date:||September 3rd, 2004 06:35 am (UTC)|| |
Hence the "if that ends up happening." If I get put onto permanent staff, then I can get the referral bonus.
|Date:||September 3rd, 2004 06:40 am (UTC)|| |
think of how many
mu gamesmortgage payments you could get ahead if everyone started working there :)
|Date:||September 3rd, 2004 06:49 am (UTC)|| |
stupid math degree. killed by math degree.
So do you think any of these positions would be open to someone with no experience in the field? Gave my notice yesterday. Now for the flurried job search. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
|Date:||September 4th, 2004 08:24 am (UTC)|| |
It certainly wouldn't hurt to apply for an editorial assistant position.
Also, for other local publishing jobs (some of them entry level), check out http://bbboston.org/pageJobs.cfm