BIG problem. I have NOW found out that JUST because I like to pass comment on things on the internet, it is NOW costing me jobs. Take THIS for example. APART from my fear and hatred of owls, there could not hae BEEN a more suitable applicant for the role of Zoo Educator (at a certain zoo I canNOT name) - ESPECIALLY after doctoring my CV PERFECTLY for the role lol...credit crunch...a man's got to do what a MAN's got to do!!!!! rofl Does anyone know how to delete the internet?
Please find attached my CV with reference to the desperate and urgent vacancy for a Junior Zoo Keeper at your reputable establishment. I advise you to interview NO-ONE else before you interview me. I care a LOT for animals, especially homeless ones, and I am SURE I could do a fucking good job,
Thank you for your application on January 13th for the education position, applications for which closed on 19th December for which we have now interviewed and appointed. (The advert will shortly be removed from our website.)
Taking advice from our HR department on your application, this was incomplete or could be more detailed in many areas of your CV and your covering letter matching personal and work/life experience/qualifications to the job role.
Furthermore, due to the vernacular language used in his letter of application, it would automatically exclude you as inappropriate language is a sackable offence within our staff code of conduct. It was also noticed by HR (as is common practice in the modern world) that a quick check on Google revealed a vast and plentiful supply of 'opinions' expressed by you across all manners of topics. It was mentioned that these don't always show you in the best light and could put potential employers off in the future. You may like to take this on board when applying for any job vacancy for which you consider yourself suitable. We would of course like to wish you well in your career.
Maurice Richards Head Zoo Keeper ****** Zoo ******* ******* ****** ******** T** *** Telephone: 01*** ****** Fax: 01*** ******