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To apply for the same job three times?

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CountCunula0729 Tue 19-Jan-16 19:02:54

OK: straight cough. I've posted here for the traffic. But the deadlines on these jobs are tonight.

Its retail based job- the same job in 3 different stores but they are likely to be under the same area and I am likely to have all 3 applications reviewed by the same person- and if I make it to interview; i'm likely to be interviewed by at least 1 person who is the same.

Should I do it? Also, one of the jobs is one I applied for and has been re advertised- i've amended my application and supporting statement but should I just leave it and assume they won't consider me?

I haven't applied for jobs for a very long time

TheSnowFairy Tue 19-Jan-16 19:08:00

I would apply separately - it may not be the same interviewer. And I probably wouldn't mention I'd applied before!

ChampaleSocialist Tue 19-Jan-16 19:11:29

Agree with TheSnowFairy, its 3 different jobs.

Good luck smile

scribblegirl Tue 19-Jan-16 19:15:26

Definitely - 3 different jobs. And maybe go on a bit about how keen you are on the organisation; if they do review them all centrally at least you've made that clear!

Good luck smile

MiddleClassProblem Tue 19-Jan-16 19:15:35

If there are 3 different (but the same) application forms then I would apply to each. Some companies where they interview for the whole area will just advertise it as positions with one application of that makes sense

GoringBit Tue 19-Jan-16 19:22:34

Worth checking the advert for the position you'd be re-applying for, as some start that previous applicants need (their words) not apply. But if it doesn't, get in. And good luck!

Bluecheese22 Tue 19-Jan-16 20:04:58

I work for a high profile retail company and do recruitment for our store. People very frequently will apply for a number of stores, it does show on our screen but has no bearing on anything. If you're application is good they'll all want you! Good luck!

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