[JOB] Job announcement for True North Academy

Mark Higbee mark at impactprocessing.com
Thu Jun 7 15:43:17 MDT 2007


Maybe it means the company is looking for someone to "offer" a job hence 
a "job offer".  So using the term offer in the "job announcement" is ok 
in my book.


Charles Curley wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 07, 2007 at 12:32:20PM -0600, Shane Hathaway wrote:
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>> Scott Morris wrote:
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>> Let me just compliment you on making a very reasonable job offer.  You
>> clearly know what to ask for and what you can expect.  I hope others
>> follow your example.
>>     
>
> It is an excellent job description. However, "job offer" is a legal
> term of art meaning a binding (upon acceptance) offer of
> employment. It usually is made by a company to a specific person and
> sets out the terms of employment, including, not least, salary or
> other compensation. Job offers are usually confidential. I would call
> what Mr. Morris sent us a job announcement, as he did.
>
> In this business, we should all be careful with relevant legal terms.
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