So, I work 25 minutes southeast of where I live. One day we will move further north by as much as 15 minutes. I would like to find a job closer to the areas our kids will be going to school. I was thinking in 5 years, more or less.
The hospital to the town north of us is where I would primarily be interested in finding a job, if I continued in health care administration. Well, I'm looking at the paper today, and I see they are hiring for a Marketing/PR director (my current position is a spin-off of some of our Marketing Director's duties and she and I work together VERY closely).
I'm torn on whether to apply or not because I would feel terrible leaving my current job so quickly after my maternity leave (should I be hired). I mean, honestly, they created my position specifically FOR me, and I feel like I have an obligation to them to put in a few years and try and establish the position. But, the opportunity for a non-clinical health care admin job at a small hospital comes up SO rarely that this may be my only chance for quite some time.
What to do, what to do. There is obviously more that goes into it. I called the HR Director to ask more about the position/department but got her voicemail. I couldn't necessarily leave her a message that said "call me if you get this before 5, otherwise I'm having a baby..." so I just left it.