So, out of curiosity; if Chad had actually said something like "I felt led to offer you this job", you would still think it weird?
If it was someone I didn't know very well and had just met at church, yes that would be strange to me no matter how it's phrased. Although...
"I felt led to offer you this job" is slightly better than
"I feel led to tell you that you should work for me" <-- see how the first phrase leaves open an option for the person being offered the job to gracefully decline or to say "Thanks, I'll pray about it" and the 2nd one makes it seem like rejecting the job is going against some authoritative spiritual message from God to me through the would-be employer?
If it was someone that I knew well and I had talked to them about my needing a job or asked them to pray for me because I was looking for a job, then that's a bit different, but not by much. If they are offering me an opportunity and using spiritual language to present it to me that's different from telling me that their proposal is the thing I should do
and implying that if I turned it down I would be going against something God has said
should happen. That's the impression I got from Jessica's description of the "spiritual prompting" the man presented to her. That's an indication of a very controlling individual or a cult IMHO.