How to phrase . . .?

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  1. viola_x_wittrockiana

    viola_x_wittrockiana Companion

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    Oct 31, 2017

    I got an email today, out of the blue, from a principal with a music opening asking me to send her my resume ASAP. They're looking to hire quickly and I'm guessing she got my name from another P I interviewed with in the same area. The catch is it's a very part-time position (.2) and nowhere near where I live or am currently. That school also has a sub position to fill. The music job is set at one day a week, so I could sub there the other four. How do I politely ask if the sub position would be needed enough to make it worth my move? This is an area where a studio goes for 1k, so I'd have to have my financials figured out before accepting.
     
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  3. Caesar753

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    Nov 1, 2017

    I'd probably be blunt about it.

    "I am looking for a full-time position. Is it possible to combine the music position and the substitute position into one full-time position?"
     

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