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Sunday, November 28th, 2004

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CV help

Extract from recent letter from Sally, head of personnelish stuff for the dept:

As we discussed, the period of your current contract expires on 28 February 2005 and, because of your illness and in view of the modified work pattern we agreed with you to support your gradual return to full-time work, it has not been possible to carry out the normal assessment of your work and consider you for confirmation in your post. I am, therefore, arranging for the Appointments Committee to meet, hopefully in mid-December, to consider extending your initial period of appointment so that this assessment may be made at a later date when, as we hope, you will have returned to work on a full-time basis and be undertaking the full range of duties appropriate to the grade of your post

The committee want an up-to-date CV and two references, so Sally wants them by Monday. As a result I've been hacking on my CV.

Current version in progress: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~eleanorb/cv/cv.pdf

I'd apprciate any advice.

Right, done.
Enough hacking on the CV, it will do as it is now.

Party last night was fun, cake was much appreciated, though nowhere near as excitingly decorated as the one Jenn and Matthew brought (should I call him Matt, when everyone but Mike apparently does these days?). Purple hair went down well too. I *really* like it anyway, and that's what mattered. Only thing that marred the evening was sickness TMICollapse ).

Nice lie-in this morning, though managed to get up before it got dark for a change. And Mike came over to ours to watch the third Back to the Future film this afternoon, so we could finally give him the boxed set back. Been working on CV and cooking and eating dinner since. Time to curl up ion the bath for a little now perhaps. And give my mum a ring. Think I could do with a nice early night.

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