[Coral-List] MORE ON JOB POSTINGS RE: Job Postings: Please Read
David M. Lawrence
dave at fuzzo.com
Thu Sep 18 14:18:20 EDT 2008
For the record, I see on other lists (like CLIMLIST) plenty of job
listings/fellowships, etc., for EU-passport holders or UK-passport
holders only. I've seen similar restrictions from other regions of the
world, too. As tempting as the jobs are, and as disappointing it may be
to find I am ineligible for them, I wouldn't want to limit others'
opportunities by insisting that such citizenship-specific jobs be banned
from the list.
Sarah Frias-Torres wrote:
> Dear Shashank,
> I do understand your distress on looking over job announcements in coral-list to find out some of them are for U.S. citizens or U.S. work permit holders. I am not a U.S. citizen myself, so believe me when I say I understand your frustration.
> Yes, coral-list is international but a ban on job announcements for U.S. citizens or those with U.S. work permits will not be fair to those coral-listers that comply with the eligibility criteria.
> Perhaps, a better way to address this is that the first words in the job posting subject line should say something like "US. citizen" or "US. work permit" or "unrestricted".
> That way, any coral-lister could skip through the job postings and open only the messages of interest to him or her.
> This system will also require the person posting the job to take the time in adding the few words at the start of the subject line.
> Best wishes
> Sarah Frias-Torres, Ph.D.
> Marine Conservation Biologist based in the USA> Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 05:50:28 -0700> From: iamshanky15 at yahoo.com> To: jim.hendee at noaa.gov> CC: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov> Subject: Re: [Coral-List] Job Postings: Please Read> > Dear Listers> This is my reply exclusively to Jim's mail asking us to speak up....> I graduated in April this year (PhD) and as usual started looking for post doc opportunities..> I feel that many times the postings on the list for post doc or job opportunities is U.S.A specific...I repeat U.S.A specific....I wanted to tell this to Jim long time back...> Prospective Job searchers are looking anxiously to get job and I think since coral-list is International...only Jobs (Post Docs, Teaching jobs, Management Jobs) that can accommodate international applicants should be advertised through coral-list....> country specific jobs or nationality specific jobs need not be advertised on coral-list as it is very very...I repeat..very stressful for people a
> students who are looking for job opportunities when it says only U.S citizens or U.S work permit holders.....> I have experienced this stress from past six months......every time I see a Post doc or Job opportunity posted on the list I feel very happy and I think this time I can apply and if everything goes well I can get the Job, but when I see the requirements, it says...U.S citizenship is primary requirement...> > It is stressful of course when it says specifically and mentions a particular nation's citizenship requirements for job application...> I am sure there are number of ways to advertise if the Job is only meant for U.S or say Japanese Citizens...or any country in particular....> > I feel that since Coral-List has international membership...only those Jobs that do not care about nationality need to be advertised or posted into the list....> > This is what I feel...and I am sure many upcoming job hunting, placement hungry graduates and researchers feel...> > Rega
> > Shashank > ===============================================================> Whether our efforts are, or not, favored by life, let us be able to say, when we come near the great goal,I have done what I could - Louis Pasteur> > > Role of Infinitely Small in Nature is Infinitely Large - Louis Pasteur> ===============================================================> Keshavmurthy Shashank> Research Student, Graduate School of Kuroshio Science> Laboratory of Environmental Conservation> Kochi University, Monobe Campus, B 200> Nankoku, Kochi, 783-8502, Japan> Mobile: 81 08039253889> My WebPage: http://web.mac.com/coralresearch/iWeb/shashank/Welcome.html> > > > > _______________________________________________> Coral-List mailing list> Coral-List at coral.aoml.noaa.gov> http://coral.aoml.noaa.gov/mailman/listinfo/coral-list
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