This week, SFR critiques
the 30-odd applications for the newly open position
of Santa Fe County Manager.
Many applicants scoffed at the built-in space limitations of paper media--courageously adding fourth, fifth and even eighth pages to their already eye-straining résumés. SFR, however, does not have that luxury.
As a small newspaper, we cannot afford the extravagance of reprinting their entire curricula vitæ
, however mockable.
And while the internet makes it theoretically possible to reproduce every word of every single County Manager application, consider yourself lucky: We're not going to bother.
But since SFR did single out a few résumés for special criticism, it's only fair to show them in a broader context. Hence this post.
And because SFR noted the curious career arc of New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration Secretary Katherine Miller, her résumé is reproduced in full.
Click the pictures to enlarge.Katherine Miller and the revolving door:
Peter Merrill, whose strong point is not tact:
Edward Gil de Rubio, who apparently cannot resist a little Wingdings:
John Windbag Windham: