It's a project management position, which I think sounds like a basket of kittens. While I really love web developing (I've been coding for half my life at this point—I think I would have to like it to do it for so long), I'm always excited about the opportunity to try something new, and I've been wanting to get more involved in the process that goes into getting a massive corporate website like the one I work on from rough sketches on paper to being live on the internet pretty much since I started at my current company. It would be a really big step up, but I feel like it would be something I'd be very good at doing. To be honest, just thinking about it makes my inner control freak (who is not so internal sometimes) start doing cartwheels. That's not to say I want to control everything. I'm just saying I have a knack for finding efficient, effective ways for getting things done, and I often find myself saying at work, "You know, there's a better way to do this." I think that makes me pretty spot on for this position. I know I'll still have a lot of people over me, but this way I would have a lot more input, for influencing process, and a lot more potential to really do some great things at work.
So keep your fingers crossed for me. Like I said, I don't know how good my chances are or if I'm even in the runnings, so I'm not getting cocky about it. I just think this is a fantastic opportunity, and it's always good to have something to be excited about, right?
PS: I realize all of this is being pretty vague. I just don't want to get too specific since I'm still not entirely comfortable with blogging about work.