I am interested in the job offer/position

Discussion in 'English Only' started by claude23, Jan 17, 2006.

  1. claude23 Banned

    Good afternoon,

    I am interested in the job offer/position . Is it the correct way of saying ?

    Thank you,

  2. panjandrum

    panjandrum PongoMod

    Belfast, Ireland
    English-Ireland (top end)
    I guess that it must be a position you are interested in, not a job offer.
    After you have applied for a job, been interviewed and been accepted by the employer, you will receive a job offer.
  3. blancalaw

    blancalaw Senior Member

    Detroit, Michigan
    USA, English
    It would sound better if you name the position, such as
    "I am interested in the Spanish Teacher position posted online." Don't say job offer, like panjandrum mentioned, they haven't offered you the job yet. YET! Good luck with the job oportunity!
  4. Sabelotodo Senior Member

    Great Lakes Region, USA
    English, United States
    If you have already applied for the job, been interviewed, and been offered the job; you might say "I am interested in the job offer" especially if you follow that with something like, "...but I have addtional questions."

    Even in that case, it would probably be better to say, "I am interseted in your offer of a position..."

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