I am interested in a High School job that is rumored to be opening, but has not officially been posted as open yet.  It is a good idea to go ahead and send resume or at least send an interest letter? 

I have heard several ideas. One is that it can be a bad idea, because the administration may not quite be in the loop and it can cause some chaos by applying for a job that is not open.  

Another idea is that is can be effective because it shows more interest in the job and that most applicants are probably already considered before the job is even posted.  

Just wondering what everybody thinks about this process???

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Well Jason I can relate I just did the exact same thing but it was posted in the newspaper that the coached had resigned. So for our sakes let's just hope it works and let me know how it turned out for you!

  

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