Friday, October 02, 2009


A couple of months ago, I applied for a technician job at Idaho National Laboratories (in the Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator lab, I believe. (Woohoo! Nuclear Batteries!)

By this point I had given up on hearing back from them. So, imagine my surprise when I get home from work and have a message that says they want to set up a phone interview.

On the one hand, WOOHOO! SWEET!

On the other, I'd pretty much settled on sticking around, here, and my lazier side keeps bringing up things like telling my current boss, address change, utilities, actually moving and other hassles involved in changing jobs.


P.S. -- Yes, I know the difference between a thermoelectric generator and a battery. "Nuclear batteries" is technically inaccurate. Sue me. (Unless you are with INL, in which case, I know it's important and take such things very seriously)

4 people have spouted off:

Jackie said...

I'll help you move if you move to Boston.

John said...
That would make for one hell of a commute.
10/10/09, 10:22 AM
Qalmlea said...

Congrats. Whichever way it works out, it's impressive that you got an interview. ^!^

John said...
The phone interview went well. They've called to set up a face-to-face interview.
10/19/09, 12:08 PM