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Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by mrsshorty, Jun 17, 2011.
Thanks for the advice Theo. The school have been very efficient and I have received all my paperwork, including a contract, today.
Thank you so much and 'bump!'
I was offered the job verbally on the Wednesday 9th November. Still no letter of confirmation. Should I panic? Should I e-mail the school secretary? In desperate need of this letter as my corrent part-time salary does not cover rental prices and without it I may not be able to find somewhere to live!
LMP, unlikely thatTheo himself would open up this thread again.
In my experience, probably not time to panic yet. Ozzie's experience is not all that common and I think it's quite a lit later (usually<u> something</u> like up to 6 weeks <u>after</u> you've started 'in post') that they have to provide you with one.
I suggest reposting a new thread if you can't find the answer by a quick search.
Some excellent advice.
I was verbally offered a job on Monday. I'm still awaiting a formal letter - but too excited to panic yet! Oh, and BUMP!
Very good advice thank you. Just been offered my first teaching job so this came in handy!
Thanks Theo. Bump!
Exactly the advice i needed now! (Having daymares about the school saying 'no, you misunderstood'
So relieved to be able to start a thread on jobseekers, starting with "I have a job!"
Thanks for the help Theo. Gr8 advice on job offer.
Brilliant advice thank you.
I have interview tomorrow and currently sat making notes etc.....hope it ends with a YES
Thanks for all the great advice, very useful!
Bump! Thanks for this Theo!
Bump!! Thanks for the helpful advice.
Bump, thanks for the advice! I don't think I received a confirmation letter and I definitely didn't get my contract 8 weeks into my employment - started at the start of term in Sept and got my contract through the post on the last day (21st) December!! I will remember that for the future!