Friday, January 26, 2007

I had that job interview today.

Got it.

13 comments:

Christa said...

Congrats! I look forward to having two rich brothers!

Kim said...

Good job! (no pun intended) Is this the twice a week job? Details man, details.

Brett said...

Twice a week. Tuesday and Thursday mornings. And no on the rich part. It pays significantly less than my Macey's job. And it's part time, so no benefits (I'm thinking that means no tuition reimbursement). The plan is to keep looking for a more full time position there to be able to leave Macey's entirely and get tuition reimbursement for it too.

Today, I go get tested for drugs with them, tell my Macey's manager that I'm going part time, and try to figure out my work schedule with two jobs that are on polar opposites of the working day.

Chad Groneman said...

Sounds fun. I recommend going full time at the hospital asap.

Marilyn said...

So, Cambrie will be the ultimate authority on this, but I am pretty sure she was only working 2 12 hour shifts to get her tuition reimbursement, but she had to do that for 6 months before she qualified. Cambrie????
Way to go Brett!

Cambrie said...

yes that is correct. 6 months. but bert will have to ask his manager. have andrea tell tou when there are openings on her floor because jobs are open to employees before thy get posted on the website for the public. get cpr certified too

Brett said...

Got CPR Certified a week ago today, which came in handy in the interview process.

I plan on going full time at the hospital ASAP. I really have no strong (or weak) desire to keep attachments with Macey's.

I had to go get drug tested this morning, and have my arm stabbed three times for blood samples, and shots. Tetanus shots hurt, by the way.

Chad Groneman said...

You were smart enough to lay off the crack for the past week, right? ;)

Brett said...

It may be cutting it close. We'll see.

Actually, I almost bought a poppyseed muffin yesterday, which is really abnormal for me. I decided against it, and realized later that it's a good thing I did.

Cambrie said...

I'd would have thought you'd be use to needles by now

Brett said...

I am used to needles. They didn't bother me. I'm just not used to my employers stabbing me as a "welcome to the team" initiation thing.

Chad Groneman said...

Ahh, but just think - now that you've been initiated, once you progress through the ranks a bit, YOU'll be the one who gets to do the stabbing to the new initiates soon.

Marilyn said...

your right. Tetnus shots hurt, for awhile. As far as I know, they are the worst