I was invited to interview with Project ECHO at UNM and they completely dropped the ball on the interview. No one was there at the appointed time. If they didn't want to talk to me, why did they say they did? There was no followup either.

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yes.
Must be industry specific... feels like we're always "pedal to the metal" in architecture/design. Anybody have some 1st gear they're willing to share?
Ditto for higher ed - I'm ready to jettison the 60-80 hour work weeks! 1st gear would be sweet.
First gear?
Never heard of it.
Seriously.
I want to work where Doug R works. First gear sounds great.
In case anyone is interested my Credit Union is intervieweing for the position of a Financial Services Representative.
That's a fancy name for a loan officer, who can sell their warranties, and read credit reports.
Some light teller work will be involved, but quiet branch in the area of Paseo and Wyoming and they'er not open on weekends.
in case you're interested,

Mountain America Crdit Union
8104-C Wyoming Blvd NE
87113
505-856-7885
You can apply on their website as well.

www.macu.com
go to the top where it says careers and click on the job for Albuquerque.

Good Luck!

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