I would like to know which of the following is correct:
- I am looking for a position of Senior Developer with a stable company.
- I am looking for a position of Senior Developer in a stable company.
For instance, in the article "Job Interview Question: Why Are You Leaving Your Job?", the author — who is, as far as I understand, a native English speaker —, gives the following example:
I am seeking a position with a stable company with room for growth and opportunity for advancement.
Here is another example at the website of the company Pacific Drilling (quote):
How do I apply for a position with Pacific Drilling?
I just want to make sure, is the use of "with a company" the correct form for my example sentence? Or maybe such usage is common in the US?
Would be highly interested to hear the opinion of native English speakers.
Edit: I emphasize, what is the correct/common form with respect to my particular sentence: "with" or "in"?
Of course, I know there are cases when you can use one or another.