Monday, February 06, 2006

Today was a great day!

So as you all have read I have been told that it's ok to start to look for a new job.
(A little back story I was injured and work almost a year ago and the final doctor has ruled that there is no way that I can go back to my previous position)

Soooo that leaves me in the market of looking for a new job. Well things are looking up I hope, I have already secured a job with Century 21 as a Real Estate Agent (as soon as I get my license) but of coarse that takes time.
And I have an interview this Friday at a VERY LARGE CABLE company in there call center. And before everyone who knows me goes "WHAT SHE"S GOING BACK TO A CALL CENTER!" because as you all know I already committed 3 years to a Cable Call Center and at the end, actually most of the time I really hated it, but I have to go with what I know. I have so much experience in customer service within the call center that I would be crazy not to pursue it. And money talks with the experience I have it would not be entry level. And if it was? Well I would need to decline the offer. With my back being messed up like it is I can not stay in the field I was in AND LOVED. SO I need to get something where I can be sitting for most of the day.
And plan 2 is I have an exam with the County working at city hall on Monday as a customer care representative. Soooo hopefully I will be back to work soon.

Oh and also I am being shipped off again with the Red Cross to complete another tour of duty for hurricane Katrina as of after my interview on Monday. I am going to go this time without the husband so I can find a bit of myself. They mentioned sending me to either New Orleans or Washington? Not sure what I would be doing but that's the way the Red Cross works.
I need to do this for me to refresh my head before I go back to work.

And also starting in March I will be going to local schools to do presentations on behalf of the Red Cross about disaster preparedness. It's been a long time since I have had to speak in front of large groups but I think its a great opportunity for me. It's totally something I am into and believe in. I am a little worried about public speaking in front of THOUSANDS of kids but I love kids and there honesty, it should be quite interesting so I will keep you posted.


coffeygirlb said...

Well good luck on the job front. You are awsome to be a red cross volunteer. That's so selfless of you. What kind of job did you have that you got injured on?

Random Musings Of My Life said...

Email me
I would rather not blab it to blog world just in case..

Jenna said...

Found your site through Bethany:) Good luck on the job front! What a wonderful heart you have to volunteer for the red cross. I bet you could share some very inspiring stories.

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