Pressuring a school to move forward?

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  1. bartleby

    bartleby Rookie

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    Hey All - One more tough spot for my saga:

    My top choice school called me and said I am their top choice candidate and referred me to the Superintendent who will call me today or tomorrow to arrange an interview. Meanwhile two other schools offered. One I have to answer today, so that one will be off the table, the other I haven't talked to (call went to voicemail) but I will probably only get a day or tow at best to think it over. I want to pressure the top choice school to move forward because I want to work there. Do I:

    A. Contact the science dept admin who has been my point of contact and say I have offers and want to move forward

    B. Contact the superintendents secretary to schedule the interview

    C. Other?
     
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  3. swansong1

    swansong1 Virtuoso

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    No to A. The job has moved beyond that point of contact.

    B would be ok. You could also contact the P and explain the situation. Usually, the interview with the Super is just a formality once the P has recommended you.
     
  4. bartleby

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    Thanks for the help. I got a hold of the secretary and got the interview scheduled and got the other school to give me a few days... I guess I have decisions to make soon...
     

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