I was "downsized" in April from a big company I worked at for over a decade. I was able to land on my feet within a week as a consultant. They pay me for 40 hours a week so it comes up to my old salary. I was supposed to only work here for 3 months on a project and they extended my contract another 3 months. The person managing me told me they would not have enough money to continue after that time and that I should feel free to interview during the day but just get my 40 hours a week in.
My question is: I don't want to be insulting since I am so grateful this company took me in during a rough time, but how should I go about scheduling interviews? My office is right next to my boss and we always leave doors open, so he would notice when I shut mine. Its too hot here to go sit in my car. I can not drive home since I live 30 minutes away. Yesterday, I tried to walk around the campus, but I am pretty sure the recruiter heard how out of shape I am with all the breathing. Any good ideas on how to interview on the downlow? I know that when I have an onsite interview I will just need to come clean.