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From: Sarah Turner
To: Muni Subramani
Sent: Wed, October 20, 2010 7:27:45 PM
Subject: Noticed your resume - new job open for a Managing Editor - please apply!

Hello Muni,

As you may already know, I am a recruiter who specializes in finding Managing Editor candidates as well as similar positions in New Brunswick, NJ and other locations nationwide.

Your background may be a fit for the position below. Please check out the link and apply if you are interested in hearing more about the job.

The position is for a Managing Editor in New Brunswick, NJ.

The full job description is listed at the end of this email!

For more details on this job or to apply simply visit CyberCoders:

http://www.CyberCoders.com/qb.aspx?posId=ST-NJ-10-01&ad=CSSarah.Turner

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Happy where you are? Great! I will only email you when we find a new job that may be a good fit for your background. You can also use the link below if you would like us to hold off on emails to you about new jobs.

Good luck in your searches,

Sarah

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