The Sunday Post #77: Hire Me

I’ve mentioned it. I’ve subtly hinted about it. I’ve more or less danced around it. Not any longer.

Employment Wanted

Most of you already know that I have been, for the most part, unemployed for the past 15 months. While the small projects and part time computer repair is fun, it’s starting to cause serious stress on my part and I need it to change.

If you know of anyone or anyplace that is currently hiring for **any** job, **any** position located **anywhere** in Southern California (San Diego, Riverside and Orange Counties preferred), I would like to let you know that I’m your guy.

I’m not necessarily looking for projects at this point, but am not going to turn any down. Same goes with the occassional support question or computer repair. That said, I am really looking for something more regular and, if possible, full time.

If something should come across your desk that you think would suit me, please let me know! Or, you could forward along my resume and coverletter and tel me about it later.

**Resume** – .doc | .pdf

**Cover Letter** – .doc | .pdf

As I have mentioned, there isn’t anything that I can’t do, that I’m not qualified for or can’t learn in 2 weeks or less.

Feel free to share this link with your friends, family, employer or anyone else in your network too. Link it up, I don’t care. I do care that it gets out in front of eyes that will see my skills and experience and wonder where I have been since their business opened. It’s a little thing called self confidence my friends, and I have plenty.

As always, thank you for your time. And, as always, any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated!

Published by Don

Lead bottle washer at donburnside.com, host at whiteroofradio.com and tech guru for the MotoringFile family of sites.

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