Saturday, January 17, 2009

I know I ramble & don't correct myself...

but I'm writing for myself. Not for the grammar police.

Here's something I saw that made me crack up. This was a posting on a job board. Would YOU apply for a job that had so many typos in it? NO. I did not type any of the italicized portion below. It's a copy and paste. I did (however) highlight the typos so you can just see how many errors this one post had in it.

It sounds like whoever posted the job is not the company that actually has the opening. Must be some head-hunter the company hired to filter through resumes. But MAN! If you hired these people, would you pay them for work? There is definitely NO attention to detail on this one.
Experienced Hedge Fund Manager Wanted

Great opportunity for sales/business development specialists. High net worth hedge fund marketer.

Emerging Hedge Fund Manager with good long term track record and some well kown investors, prefers candidate in the Western U.S., but not manditory.

Candidate will have strong existing relationships in the high new worth, family office and independent ria space.

Must be entreprenurial, want to build a business and have substantial equity. A true go-getter will like the performance based package.

The ideal candidate will have 2+ - 5 years of Hedge Fund experience and minimum education of a Bachelors's Degree

Don't wait, interviews are being scheduled now.

There is no charge for our service. Fees are paid by the employer

* Compensation: $100k - $150k year, performance based, plus bonus elgibility
So...what do you think? You want to apply for the job?

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