I recently interviewed with a planning firm that I've heard has a good reputation. They ended up offering me the job. It would require me to relocate to a new city. However, this is where it all gets a little questionable:
1. The person who offered me the job, called me to discuss salary negotiations while they were driving in their car (so entire phone call was hard to make out and cut out several times and the person could not answer all my questions).
2. They were suppose to get back to me the other day about my salary expectations and what they're willing to offer me. They never called the day they said they would - making me wait by my phone the entire night - and only emailed me the next day to explain why. Then wanted to reschedule. Which is fine, however...if I were do that I would look like the unprofessional person and they'd probably think twice.
3. Still have not received a more detailed description of the job and what it will all entail.
4. Have not received a possible start date...which I would assume they would have in mind but they seem to be dragging this hiring process out a lot longer than I think necessary.
My question to you all...is this unprofessional behaviour? Even though my salary would probably increase and there's potential to do more of the work I'd like to be doing, do you think I should still take the job? I'm worried that this is an example of what's to come which is something I don't really want to me apart of.
Thoughts, comments, queries!