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11 July 2005 @ 10:54 pm
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Mr. CC -

I have uploaded some images, as well as my resume, for your consideration.

Thank you.

C******
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-the redhead-theredhead on July 12th, 2005 05:00 am (UTC)
First Response
Ms. C*******,

I have received the images you uploaded. I am currently entertaining family, and will review the images at my earliest convenience. I will contact you early tomorrow morning, or Tuesday.

I have perused your resume and am interested in a several day interview.

Thank you,
CC
-the redhead-theredhead on July 12th, 2005 05:02 am (UTC)
Re: First Response
Mr. CC-

thank you so much for your attention to my application for the position of Clay Wedger and Sweeper. While I do not have a great deal of experience in those specific areas, I can point to my many years as a Stall Cleaner as an associated skill set. I would be happy to demonstrate my skills for you on site, as well as to provide references. Please let me know what timeframe works best for you.

Thank you again for your consideration.

C******

PS - does this position come with housing? A pad in an empty corner would be sufficient.
-the redhead-theredhead on July 12th, 2005 05:04 am (UTC)
Re: First Response
Ms. C*****,

Due to the toxic nature of clay dust, we are not allowed to use the S.W.E.E.P. cleaning protocol in the studio. We use a wet cleaning system called M.O.P. Although I believe that your experience as a Stall Cleaner is evidence that you are S.H.O.V.E.L. compliant and could easily update your certification to include M.O.P., you are overqualified for that position.

The clay wedger position is reserved for a union qualified applicant. If you pass the qualifying test you will be accepted into the wedgie union. Acceptance into the union comes with an initiation wedgie party at no extra cost.

Your resume shows experience in sales. We currently have a sales/artist wrangler position for which you would be highly qualified. You may wish to consider applying for that position.

Additionally, our CEO is looking for a bodyguard/slave driver. The position would include protecting him from studio members who would steal his time, while at the same time making him stay in his studio till he creates a specified amount of art. This is a particularly challenging position. So far there have been no applicants to this position.

Although we cannot furnish your request for a pad or a pile of rags in a corner, we can offer a suite in the owner's apartment complex. The suite is furnished, but you may refurnish it if you dislike the random furniture the owners have accumulated. Be warned the complex is patrolled by two exotic attack cats. If they like you, you may live there. If they do not like you, you will be eaten.

As a benefit, there is resident artist space in the studio that could be designated redident artist space if you are hired.

Our personnel department has reviewed your photos and resume, and the CEO is interested in conducting a one on one interview over the Labor Day weekend.

We are not an equal opportunity employer. Your acceptance into this company will be based on brains, personality, beauty, and ability to work with the current staff. We have reviewed your permanent records and believe that you have an unusual abundance of the qualities required to be part of this firm.

We look forward to working with you in the future.

Cordially,
CC II, pots