I've been working the last year as an intern in a large company, with a lot of excellent people and benefits. The place is nice and one of my bosses (I have four different bosses, as I said is a large company) have said that they like my performance and are thinking on giving me a job offer.
However, other boss (and the one who is technically my direct boss) is not one of those "excellent people". Just to show how it is: he position ocuppied for his right-hand man is said to be cursed, and I'm aware that the guy currently in it -has 2 years- is actively looking for new offers.
In summary, it's a good place, but my experience could have been better. This discourages me to accept this hypothethical job offer. Also I've been said that the job would be as a support person for projects of my direct boss, so i'll be responding to him, which I don't want to.
I also would like to look for other job offers to find new environments and other areas, but the problem with this statement is that I live in a rather small city where I know job offers for my carrer are scarce and poorly paid, specially to someone with technically no experience (I'll still rather try this). Also the company is well known in the area to be one of the best companies to work with, due to it's benefits with the emloyees. So the rejection of such an offer would be seen from strange to just ridiculous, but I will still do it.
This is my last week in my internship and I'm afraid the main boss finally decides to make oficial this job offer. If this happens, how can I reject it without showing arrogancy or looking like that I'm not grateful with the internship?
Note 1: Sorry for my bad english
Note 2: The other bosses (the whole area actually) are aware of the atittude of my direct boss, but can't do nothing against that, or their actions haven't had visible effects.