2 x interviews - advice please

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evedawn | 06:51 Tue 17th Jul 2012 | Jobs & Education
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Firstly: Good morning everyone!

I currently work in an NHS Trust. I have 2 x interviews for different jobs within same Trust. 1st today and another middle of next week.

Although I "wouldn't mind" if I get today's job I really DO (really really really!) want next weeks interview to be successful.

My Q is: "IF" I was lucky enough to be succesful today I would need to accept but how would I turn this around "IF" I was lucky enough to get next weeks job too. I don't want to mess anyone around but I also dont want to turn down one offer in the hope that I get the job next week?

(Of course this is all wishful thinking I might get offered neither job...but I'm thinking "what if")


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Be honest, and put them in the picture, but only after they have offered you the job, if they do
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youre right and it is "simple as" sheenamh...thanks good advice :)
Hope they go well for you, good luck
in the current climate, eve, NHS people are going for all sorts of jobs - in the PCTs we are jobseeking all the time at the moment. Most employers realise this - I wouldn't say at interview 1 that you are looking elsewhere, but if they offer it to you, then's the time to say "may I have a few days before I decide whether to accept, I am considering a couple of alternatives"

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