Post-interview thank-you note ... without contact info?
September 23, 2010 6:22 PM Subscribe
I just had an interview, and I know standard post-interview procedure is to send in an email thanking them for the opportunity. But ... I don't have my interviewer's contact info. In fact, when I asked for an email address at the end of the interview in case I had more questions and so on, his reply was "Best go through your HR contact; they'll pass on anything relevant." What should I do - should I send a thank-you note to HR? Send a note and ask them to pass it on? No thank-you note?
posted by Xany to Work & Money (12 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
The interviewer did say they'll contact me again within a few days to tell me if I've made it through to the next round or not, so I'm not sure if there's a "Don't call us; we'll call you," subtext here.
Yes, I'm probably overthinking this. A lot. But I really want this job, and I don't want to blow my chances by failing to do something trivial like this. In all previous interviews I've had with other companies, interviewers were either willing to give out or volunteered their contact info, so it's never been an issue before.
Relevant details: the job is a graduate position with a consulting firm in Australia.