Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Creative alternative/optimal solution: how low can you go?????

A recent widely-distributed job ad:

"TRC, Inc., in Austin, Texas is offering a valuable opportunity to gain lab experience in the area of collections management, curational procedure, and deliverable preparation. This is an unpaid position, but will add indispensable skills for the successful candidate. In this time of economic instability and widespread layoffs, archaeological experience in the lab is an excellent way to improve your CV beyond the fieldwork stage. The position is relatively flexible and may be adapted to candidate's availability in both quantity and scheduling of hours.  We would like to fill this position as soon as possible."

Boys and Girls, this is how you make it in today's CRM climate. VOLUNFUCKINGTEERS??????!!!!!!! Are you shitting me??????
TRR - TRC Companies, Inc. (NYSE)
2.48 +0.02‎ (0.81%‎)  Oct 26 4:01pm ET
Open: 2.45
High: 2.48
Low: 2.44
Volume: 6,065
Avg Vol: 18,297,000
Mkt Cap: 48.75M

Yup, that's TRC, Inc.: according to their interwebs "A pioneer in groundbreaking scientific and engineering developments since the 1960s.... As one of the nation's leading cultural resource management firms, TRC has worked with a broad range of clients to identify and address vital cultural resource concerns, and has maintained long standing relationships with local, state and federal regulatory agencies....Our clients depend on TRC as a trusted adviser to design and implement solutions to their toughest challenges. Building upon our long history as expert problem-solvers, we excel in developing creative alternatives and implementing the optimal solution that meets or exceeds each client’s expectations."

But wait, there's more:
"Every day at TRC, we strive to solve the challenges of making the Earth a better place to live – community by community and project by project. As a member of the TRC family, you will be challenged, encouraged, and actively supported in your professional development [FOR FREE]. We work so hard to create a culture that develops the individual, encourages career progression, and rewards those
[FOR FREE] with a real determination to succeed."

"TRC seeks clear sustainable solutions that improve the quality of life. To achieve this goal, we rely on our associates, whom we value as partners with management and clients
[FOR FREE]. You will be encouraged to think outside the box and explore new technologies, ideas and business trends that contribute to their personal and professional development together with the Company’s goals and objectives."

Gulp...here's the good stuff....

"Every employee has an opportunity at TRC to grow and develop their career [WELL, NOT ALL OF THEM, CLEARLY]...Working at TRC Companies, Inc. is about more than just having a great job—it means you have the opportunity to flourish in an exciting, engaging environment. At the same time, we recognize that benefits play an important role in the lives of our employees and their families. That’s why our comprehensive benefits package is designed to give you peace of mind—providing important coverage for you and your family."

Need I mention TRC is responsible for that SHIT STAIN of a pipleine scar that crosses much of New Mexico and Arizona? Not to mention the rush-job that resulted in some DAMN FINE ARCHEOLOGY!!!!

Like it? Complaints here:

Key Contact:
Brian Thomas
Atlanta, GA
P: 770.270.1192

Key Contact:
Howard Higgins
Albuquerque, NM
P: 505.350.5217

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