5.26.2008

Interview #2

Well, tomorrow I have an interview at way-more-podunk-than-the-first transport company. When I called, they said "we're hurtin' real bad for EMTs. Some of us are working 80-90 hours a week to make up for it." So I'm pretty optimistic that I'll get the job. I'm interviewing and filling out an application tomorrow, so we'll see!

I have to get up "early" (0745), but I have a good breakfast planned out. And I get to wear my awesome green skirt suit!

If I get the job, I'll get to work out of "vambulances," but that's alright. It's not quite as exciting as the first job, but at this point, I just need a job.

So please wish me good luck! And of course, you can expect an update about it.

I'll figure out something good to write about soon :) But for now, I'm off to have some ice cream and watch the Andromeda Strain.

--Sam

14 comments:

Gertrude said...

Good luck! A jobby job is always nice to have.

Witness said...

I love vambulances. I'd much rather work on a type II than a III. However, if you've got more than one person in the back(I don't like more than one, two maximum), type III is the way to roll.

Also, good luck. You're gonna do awesome.

Epijunky said...

I predict you will absolutely ROCK that interview.

The vanbulance is a wonderful thing if you're running around in the city... They handle really well when they're taken care of. Witness is more than correct though when saying if you have more than one person (or patient) in back that the mod is the way to go.

Scott said...

You'll impress the b'jesus out of those Cletuses (Cleti?). While you'll probably never do any emergency medicine in that job, you are providing a vital service to the sick and frail.

Me said...

Good luck!!!

Stretcher Jockey said...

Best of luck, Sam...

Evil Lunch Lady said...

Good luck kid!

Bernice said...

You are gonna rock that interview! Good luck Sam!

John-Michael said...

To be blessed with an association with YOU is something that anyone and/or any firm could count as an enhancement. Many years in management and supervision (civilian and military) have given me an excellent sense of character and individual worth. You have both in spades! Yes! I am, indeed, impressed with ... and happily admit to loving You. Yep! 'Tis true!

Gertrude said...

Scott,

I think you're right with your plural form of cletus, being Cleti. I prefer the term Jethro (Jethroes) because there is less confusion as to what they are called in a group. LOL

Tony said...

Sam, I hope you get it, because I just know that you are just itching to work...pacing around, looking up at whatever...saying, "Please, would you, what do I have to do or say to get me a job!" And so this job is that as good as the last...so!!! Do you know how tough it is to find a job these days? Take this, use it as experience, write it up, and stop bitching!!! If you are bitching about the fact that this is not as good as the first one, you will truly hate this one...

I would say good luck, but I am confident that you will get this job. You're qualified and they need people to work. Like you said, you need a job. Everything happens for a reason...and yes, I am saying because it is true...I know how you hate cliques!

I am sorry if I am writing you. I just thought that I would respond...even if you do not care for me to. Later.

Fyremandoug said...

break a Tib / Fib

Tony said...

Sam,
I would like to first of all, apologize for my use of the term "stop bitching". That is not appropriate for me to say. I just was reacting to this attitude of not being gracious for the wonderful opportunity that is coming your way...that's all. Samantha, this is an excellent opportunity to earn your pay...just like you said you wish you could do.

I would like to just thank you and all of the other EMS workers and firefighters out in the world. All of your (all of the EMTs and firefighters) tireless efforts are NEVER forgotten on me. Be blessed...I should not be writing you. However, I am still learning I guess. Take care.

Chris said...

Sam, you don't need luck.

Just show 'em how good you are girl!