Candidate fell through...bug P?

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  1. burgandy01

    burgandy01 Rookie

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    Aug 18, 2015

    I had mentioned in an earlier post 'short and odd interview' about how the interview I had was 'fake' in the fact that there were no questions asked and it was just obvious they had another candidate in mind.

    Well.....they did! But that person now cannot take the job because they failed the test :whistle:.

    The way I found out about the job was through the HR gal, but the job was never posted (because they are a charter school and already knew who they wanted). I also found out through my ed. instructor that they needed a PE person.

    Today after sending my instructor an email about how it seems I wont procure a job for this year she responded with:

    "My teacher candidate who works at ( said school) did not pass the P. E test, so they are going to have to hire someone else"

    So not only was it an internal candidate but someone ALSO from my same Ed. Program.

    My question: Do I bug the P to be reconsidered? Or would I only annoy her and waste my time? (I already asked my instructor to help me out but she says she has no clout with the P)

    I already received a rejection letter, but since (again) the position wasn't posted, I doubt they interviewed anyone else and school starts Monday.

    ....of course if they really wanted me they'd call me, I know, I know.

    Thoughts?
     
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  3. Boba

    Boba Companion

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    Aug 18, 2015

    Hell, you might as well ask the principal. You have nothing to lose.
     
  4. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    Bug? No. Write a polite email stating that you would be interested in any openings that have arisen? Yes.
     
  5. vateacher757

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    Yes that is what I would do send an email stating your continued interest in the school and to keep you in mind for any potential openings.
     

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