“[T]he Court rejects Defendant’s argument that Plaintiff cannot show that she ‘sought’ any position. Defendant itself states that ‘the positions . . . are not positions for which an individual may apply, and applications are neither sought nor accepted for said positions.’” Hernandez v. City of Corpus Christi, 820 F. Supp. 2d 781, 797 (S.D. Tex. 2011). “The Fifth Circuit has stated, ‘the fact that appellant may not have formally applied for the promotion is not significant in light of the uncontradicted evidence that no formal application was necessary and that applicant [sic?] was, in fact, considered for promotions.’ . . . Plaintiff was interviewed and considered for certain positions. Further, there can be little doubt that Plaintiff, as a Captain with over thirty years of experience on the job, would have been in the realm of consideration for all of the promotions at issue . . . .” Id. (citing Simon v. Honeywell, Inc., 642 F.2d 754, 755 n.3 (5th Cir. 1981)).