Chaps, I am sure I am not alone in wanting to say "Please do not
apologise for cross posting". The list has said overwhelmingly that posts
like this are wholly acceptable and are beneficial
Jan, I'm not singling you out here, but I have written to so many other people who apologise that I wanted to make my thoughts public in case they are useful
When I see the apology it immediately, for me, devalues the following content. It is a piece of netiquette that has had its day.
When you have something like this to say, say it as plainly as the following paragraphs. If you feel the need to mention that it has been cross posted, I suggest you mention at the end "This message has been posted to the following lists". Itís simple, and adds value to the message because it was important enough for you to post it to several lists. Those who receive it a couple of times will see that you have made the statement, and that it does not interfere with the text.
Again, I'm not singling you out, I just wanted to put my marketing hat firmly on and offer this to the list. I'm sure a few people will disagree with me, and that is fine. I think it is simply a topic worth airing
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From: This list is for those interested in Data Protection issues [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jan Booth
Sent: 26 January 2007 11:14
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Subject: [data-protection] Job opportunity - King's College London
Apologies for cross-posting.
*Legal Compliance Officer*
£23,174 to £25,511 per annum
A skilled and enthusiastic Legal Compliance Officer is required to support and develop good information compliance at Kingís.
The role provides support to the Legal Compliance Manager and helps deliver an efficient, effective and expert compliance service to the whole of the College. Additionally, the role provides administrative support and office management. Work here includes co-ordinating responses to access requests submitted under Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation, maintaining web pages and servicing meetings. The Legal Compliance Officer acts as the first point of contact for queries on a range of information governance issues and provides an efficient, courteous and proactive service to enquirers.
*Salary - ALC1 grade: £23,174 to £25,511 per annum (inclusive of London
Allowance) depending on skills and experience.
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A job-pack can also be obtained by writing to the Human Resource Services Department, Room 7.20, James Clerk Maxwell Building, 57 Waterloo Road, London, SE1 8WA.
Please quote the job reference number in all correspondence.
Closing date for applications: 15-02-2007
Equality of opportunity is College policy