I had to say "Let there be light" and then flip the switch myself!living in darkness said:Embrace the darkness, millenniumman75. Ha ha.
So, I have a strong feeling that I'm going to get either that position, or another job through them. I've worked temp assignments before- some can last a year or longer and the money is usually very good, just no health benefits. That's the only catch. Normally, I would tell you that I could use some pointers for interviews. However, I took the advice of a guy I once met on a temp job. My first job in IT, actually. He told me that if I wanted to stay in tech, I may as well get used to interviews and working on resumes, because I would be loosing and applying for a lot of jobs. It turns out he was right. With all the downsizing, layoffs, and outsourcing, it's a very tough job market.
But over the years I've read and reread this excellent series of books on interviews and resumes called Knock Em Dead. I've spent hundreds of hours reading articles online that gave advice on resumes and cover letters, things like that. I've revised and perfected my resume countless times until I got it just right. All on company time! :lol