chrisfroome wrote: »
Job itself will be (hopefully) interesting and a challenge
Interview. Had 2 good interviews particularly with 2nd one with the person that I will be working with
It is working full-time in the language I want to work in and have been working in over last few years.
Company is in the pharmaceutical branch so there is definite progression
As a supervisor has not been appointed for the department, I could not speak to him/her. I spoke to the hiring manager in Moscow. The last manager left in April
The salary is a few thousand less than what I earned previously before I was made redundant in April from my last company
The company is based on the other side of Dublin. They could not give me confirmation about remote working but if I was required to work full-time in the office I would have to quit.
Various thoughts are going through my brain at the moment. I have other options with other companies and I would not start to July. A friend of mine said that I could agree and then if something better comes along in the meantime, take that up!
Any thoughts from anyone would be appreciated. Cheers!
DJ_Eoghan wrote: »
If I were the hiring employer, I would be really annoyed if someone declined the job because the place of work didn’t suit them, .
Padre_Pio wrote: »
You say you have other options, but they're not firm offers, so can you even rely on them?
Seems like the commute is the only sticking point, but even that's not clear.
Seems like a weak reason to turn down a job, if you're not working right now.
Sour Lemonz wrote: »
Good luck with other interviews.
I would still be weary of this company and if there is to be a hybrid approach to working, don't just get it in writing, but make sure that the words cant be amended to make you full time on site when ever they want with such wordings as "we reserve the right to alter your place of work and or time in line of company needs" or any other variation of this.
If they have this kind of thing and cant give you ironclad guarantee then just walk away, not worth the headaches.