The best has yet to come
A post with everything is needed to be found by my new job
Bad at Job Interviews
I haven’t been good at job interviews. I can’t answer the usual questions like you know “Why should we hire you?”, “Why do you want this job?”, “What are your greatest strength and weakness?”, “What are you searching for?”, “Can you be part of a team without losing your identity?”, stuff like that.
I know the guy from HR is following a standard protocol but I really find it stupid and hypocritical to give him or her the expected answers and sound natural in the while.
What I mean is you can’t really understand me as a person in a twenty minutes interview and, again, it’s not my nature or temper you’re going to buy. All I have for you is my professionalism and my skills, and they are all written down in the résumé in front of you. And don’t forget I’m going to give them to you for money. Money. Not for a greater cause, a seducing vision, or for the sake of someone else (I do volunteer services for that).
It should be more than enough.
So, in order to spare me and the others these awkward moments I came up with this post containing all the contents needed to realize if I’m the person you’re searching for.
Let’s start with the cover letter, that you have just read actually so that we can jump to my downloadable curriculum vitae [pdf] and, just after that, I coded myself for you an entire website, Bluinfaccia is the name and link, meant to work as an extended online CV with skills résumé and software proficiency divided into three main areas of expertise: design, web, and content.
I hope you would ask me for a portfolio and nothing is better than the projects page of this same website.
Last but not least a quick link to my LinkedIn, just in case.
My contacts, any kind of contacts, can be found in the footer so I guess that’s all for now.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Contents of this post are updated to whole 2020.