- 0Feb 12, '12 by Mona77Hi everyone,
I have received two written job offers.
The first is a permanent full-time and the second a relief full-time
What confuses me is that I always thought that a relief position is
terminated to the return of the incumbent.
But this relief job offer isn`t terminated?
What do you think, is this maybe a mistake or does relief not automatically
mean to be a terminated position?
Thank you very much for your help!
- 0Feb 12, '12 by Mona77Yes, I have sent an e-mail asking for clarification, but havn`t
received an answer until now.
Two days left to decide which job to take and the relief
full time job offer is the more interesting and challenging
I would have called the nursing manager, but she was
available at the office only late in the afternoon and I am
currently in Germany 9 hours forward.
- 2Oct 4, '12 by Mona77Hi iheartcanucks2012,
I chose the relief full time position and the position was terminated to the return of
the incumbent - but in my case the incumbent was on maternity leave moving down South
to Vancouver (I am in the Northwest of BC).
But even before she resigned another 2 permanent positions opened, so after 3 months I was successful in applying for a permanent full time position.
It worked out for me - wish you the best!