This afternoon I had an iterview at SLCC for an adjuncting position next semester. I had had an impromptu phone interview last week, and I was offered the position over the phone, but I met with the department chair so he could get to know me a bit better. We talked for about an hour (I didn't put enough money in the parking meter - obviously I underestimated how much time I would need - but I really thought that an hour and 20 minutes would be enough, even though I'd arrived 20 minutes early for the interview), by the end of which he said he'd like me to come teach for them, which, let me tell you, was a relief, especially because I'd already updated my C.V., as well as my LinkedIn and FaceBook profiles. I now need to complete the online orientation and schedule an in-person orientation with the department secretary.
After classes tomorrow I have an interview at Sylvan Learning Center for a Center Director position. I'm not sure I want a position that might require me to give up my adjuncting gigs, but I can't known anything until I talk to the hiring committee. And tonight is just the pre-interview, for lack of a better phrase; I'm just meeting with the current center director, after which I meet with more folks if I'm acceptable and I'm still interested in the position.