Job doesn't appear in the Torah at all. He's in the Tanach (that's "Bible" for those who don't speak the Hebrew), but in a much later section. But your explanation would be no-prize worth if, you know, you weren't the writer.
There is only one mention of Job in the Tanach outside of the Book of Job, and it's in Ezekiel 14... which is also never read during the liturgical calendar. (All the haftorot that come from Exekiel either come from much later or earlier in the book.)
There's a midrash (sort of like Rabbinic fan-fiction) that decribes Job as one of Pharoah's advisers in ancient Egypt, but that's "not in continuity" per se.
And Dan, don't feel too bad - my Torah portion involved the world swallowing up those who challenged Moses's leadership.