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    Request permanent in present job

    Hello I hope that you may be able to help me. I am working in my present job seasonally on a contract basis and wish to reiterate my intrest in securing a permanent position. I have had my contracts extended over the years but have never been given the security of permanency. Due to some changes in the work place it has become more evident that a permanent position is required to cover the work load. Many thanks Patsy Foley

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    Re: Request permanent in present job

    Say express my interest in rather than reiterate my interest in.

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    Re: Request permanent in present job

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello I hope that you may be able to help me. I am working in my present job seasonally on a contract basis and wish to reiterate my intrest in securing a permanent position. I have had my contracts extended over the years but have never been given the security of permanency. Due to some changes in the work place it has become more evident that a permanent position is required to cover the work load. Many thanks Patsy Foley

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    I hope you will be able to help me. I am working in my present job seasonally on a contract basis and wish to express my intrest in securing a permanent position. I have had my contracts extended over the years but have never been given the security of permanency. Due to some changes in the work place, it has become more evident that a permanent position is required to cover the work load.

    Many thanks,
    Patsy Foley
    What do you think?

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