[firstname.lastname@example.org: Local Perl Job Fairs?]
rkleeman at energoncube.net
Sun Jul 20 18:22:43 CDT 2003
I do not know this person or anything about him. This email
has a strong smell of mass mailing rather than a legitimate
inquiry, but if you are interested please contact him and let
us know how it goes.
----- Forwarded message from Tom Mornini <tmornini at infomania.com> -----
Subject: Local Perl Job Fairs?
From: Tom Mornini <tmornini at infomania.com>
To: Tom Mornini <tmornini at infomania.com>
I obtained your email address from www.perl.org as the coordinator of a
local Perl Mongers group.
I'm a Perl programming professional that does contracting work on the
side. During a recent meeting with a large employer in Seattle, it was
explained to me that they were looking for a large number of highly
qualified Perl programmers during the next 12 months. They are looking
for full time employees willing to move to Seattle.
This company is a major concern that offers stability, good pay,
benefits and perks. They are nearly 100% mod_perl/Mason. They prefer
full time employees onsite for many reasons, and have little interest
in contractors of any sort, particular offsite contractors. Any Perl
Monger looking for a job and willing to move to Seattle would likely
jump at the opportunity to work for this company.
It occurred to me that rather than acting as contractor, or employee, I
might benefit more by recruiting Perl programmers for them. With the
current job market and relative lack of Perl jobs (compared to Java and
Microsoft technologies, bleh) the timing seems ideal.
That's why I'm writing you. Your group may provide access to a large
and concentrated group of talented Perl programmers, some of which
might be looking for a new opportunity. I'd like to access your members
to gauge their interest. If enough qualified people are interested,
then I could schedule to attend a meeting and meet the potential
candidates in person.
Meeting the people in person is very important. While this company is
absolutely looking for the top Perl talent they are also looking for
communications skills, social skills, situational awareness and
business saavy in addition. I feel that these additional attributes are
best judged in person.
Would this be of interest to you and your group members? If so, how can
we arrange to advertise this opportunity and gauge interest?
Thanks for your time. I'm eagerly awaiting your response.
-- Tom Mornini
-- ICQ: 113526784, AOL, Yahoo, MSN and Jabber: tmornini
----- End forwarded message -----
The posting address is: san-diego-pm-list at hfb.pm.org
List requests should be sent to: majordomo at hfb.pm.org
If you ever want to remove yourself from this mailing list,
you can send mail to <majordomo at happyfunball.pm.org> with the following
command in the body of your email message:
If you ever need to get in contact with the owner of the list,
(if you have trouble unsubscribing, or have questions about the
list itself) send email to <owner-san-diego-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org> .
This is the general rule for most mailing lists when you need
to contact a human.
More information about the San-Diego-pm