2023-05-22 - 7:14 p.m.
Just when I have literally stopped looking for full time contract manager jobs; after months of busting butt
SO thrilled for this.
BUT Then when asked to pick up the evening role- said YES
It was the nursing director who recruited me primarily as their part time gal is a former co worker from the other place I work who had been there for absolutely YEARS and loved it; but she wore out her welcome--
cause some don't like professionals who are too chatty with the clients truth be told.
Not my style for sure
I tend to try to clean up a mess behind the scenes when can but she got to a point of being frustrated at certain deficiencies ( and every place will have some) and lost it a few times too many....
BUT she is this super fun, vivacious lady who is really a blast. Everyone at work LOVED HER
I love coming in just to see evidence of one of her visits!
So the new job is so that I could offer her relief to have some time off she needed.
I was the gap fill-
and the other part timer asked if I intend to stick around or if it was just for those few weeks. This lady I was helping out is older and I think at this point happy to work less.
Just for kicks I just looked at jobs in my own neighborhood.
There is a full time medical receptionist. They want prior receptionist experience.
But then I decided "However I still feel like I need to keep that morning time free to support my clients and I do think with this new client I will get more work. I have to remain available for that and hold out in patience"
and as I said that
Calling for a full time contract manager job-
I do the quirky thing of trusting Indian rectuiters ( there are so many from India working in tech recruitment! I am used to the accent and names etc by now.); insofar as will engage in cold calls with them and have them send me emails and am very open to them pitching me for a role BUT
I will draft my right to represent instead! The good firms get it. They understand phishing etc.... hacking...
It just felt like the universe was answering my own question I had just answered when said "Should I consider full time receptionist in town?"
when that call came in.
A West coast W2 role is great as it is earlier there than here. That means I can start LATER in the day; meaning I can start EARLY in the day on work for East Coast clients, then afternoon for west coast into evening as needed.
I should have no trouble balancing if landed that kind of job! It would be easier than something like a full time medical receptionist in a busy practice. It is a busy office and I could tell from reading about it and reading reviews of working for that practice there would be ZERO downtime to even read my professional company emails while on site at that job.
So no that won't work for me well!
The high end was exactly the number I had in my head-
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Lovely day for a walk. - 2023-05-23
What the heck. Applied for the other local full time role. - 2023-05-22