I received a rejection today from a small startup company for a Project Manager position. I strongly disagree with the rejection, considering my 10+ years of experience in project management, including expertise in developing and enhancing frameworks, optimizing processes, and effectively leading teams while fostering cross-functional communication. During the interview, we discussed these qualifications at length, even though we occasionally veered off-topic due to the interviewer’s need to attend to her children. Prior to concluding the interview, she indicated that I was a good fit for the role, given my relevant skill set and substantial experience.
How should I respond to this rejection, if at all?
Rejection email below:
Thank you for your interest in -------- and taking the time to apply to the Project Manager position.
I am reaching out to share that we will not be moving forward at this time. The team is searching for a candidate with project management expertise to establish a framework for enhancing efficiency across various teams.