Hello. I'm looking into getting a job as a researcher. I have hired a job counselor who helped me build a very good CV and she says that I have a fighting chance to get a job in academia or the industry based on my skills. However, I very inefficient in job-hunting and I'd rather spend my time in other things that can help me pay the bills. That's where you come in.
What I expect from you is to look for any jobs that are research-related, in the fields of engineering and/or computer science. Jobs that are teaching-related are also acceptable, but I'd rather get something that focuses on research. I would also like to find a full-time job, but if it's a part-time in a relatively good organization (e.g. a good university), I'll be fine with it. In your reply quote the tenth word that appears on the first line of this post. If you fail to do so, you will not be considered (sick and tired of spam replies). Also, I'd like to start working within the year, so openings that are for the next year are not an option.
This project shouldn't take you very long to do and I would do it myself but I've lost patience with the whole process. To consider this project a success, I will require at least one interview from a promising job (if you find me a job as a janitor in a university, I will not consider it, obviously). If this project leads to me getting a contract, you will receive a bonus as well (which will depend on the job of course).
Please send me a list of your qualifications (1 page at most) that render you a good applicant for this. I don't need your CV, but you will be expected to know how to use all the information written in a CV as I will be sending you mine. If you send me any personal information that could be used to contact you, you will be instantly disqualified.