Resignation Interviews

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Some news in case some of the readers here didn’t get my email.

This past Wednesday I handed in my letter of resignation to Voice Mobility because I have signed on with NewHeights Software. I am pretty excited to be working for them, and I think it is going to be a great opportunity for me.

I shouldn’t have to say it, but I am sad that I will be leaving Voice Mobility. It has been a great experience being here, but it is time to move on. My last day at the shack is April 28, and I start at NewHeights on May 10. It is bizarre to think that I will no longer be walking into the building at 3318 Oak St. I have been coming to this building 5 out of 7 days for the past 6 years!

This is a very big step for me, and something I am looking forwrd to. I know that I have made the right decision for me. I am at the point in my career where I want to move up in the ranks, and that is simply not possible at VMI.

In an earlier post I said “when it rains it pours”. At the time I was just starting to set up my interviews. Over a period of a few days I had set up 4 interviews. I was pretty stressed about how quickly my time was taken up, and how I would have to miss work time to go to the interviews. Fortunately I was able to schedule the interviews late in the afternoon so that I could go in to work extra early so I could leave early. I was also aided in the fact that the bulk of the interviews were during the week before the Easter weekend, and the office was pretty quiet. I have a couple hours of time to make up still, but I will manage that in the upcoming week.

Sometime in the future I might write about how the NewHeights interview went. That in itself is a pretty crazy story!