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How do I answer an interesting job offer email?

I received an email from a well-known company for offering a senior-level position to me. Interestingly, the human resource manger only mention the date & time for interview, but she didn't mention the interview is for what kind of position. My background is a programmer, should I assuming that I am hired for a programmer job and just for for the interview? If you think I need to ask the HR manager for additional info about the position the company is offering, how do I politely ask her this question? Thanks!

Asked By: alex - 10/25/2011
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Is the email about an interview, or is it a job offer? The former would be unusual (they would call instead), the latter would almost certainly be a scam. Be very suspicious. Regardless, you certainly do want to know more about the position -- just tell the HR manager you want to be prepared for the interview. Good... More
Answered By: Employment Guy - 10/25/2011
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Did you apply originally for this job, or get an unsolicited email from them If email, it's almost certainly a scam. If they offered you a job and you haven't had a face to face interview, chances are 99.9999% it's a scam. Nobody legitimately offers someone a senior-level position and doesn't even tell them about... More
Answered By: Judy - 10/25/2011
 
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