I work as a Navy Civilian. Requires the ability to acquire at least a secret clearance or higher. I am not a hiring agent, manager or anything of that sort. I can however, get your resume and show it to my management for consideration.
If you are interested in knowing more, send me a PM and I will do the best to answer any questions you might have.
Organization: Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia
Job Listing: Non-profit arts service organization seeks candidates for a part-time, Technology intern position (5-10 hours/week, unpaid). Position will focus on end-user desktop support on both Mac and PC platforms. Position will offer the opportunity to learn from and assist Application Support Analyst with support and training on Tessitura box office/fundraising software system, at several local theaters. Personal networking opportunities abound for a candidate with a career interest in the theater. Ideal applicant will be personable and hard-working, have experience with MS Office software and be comfortable on either Mac or PC platforms (Windows and MAC OS). Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite or Windows Vista is a plus. EOE. Submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com. No calls please.
Originally posted by: TEEZLE
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Second time posting on here. Ideally looking for a Tier 2 Helpdesk support position in the Houston, TX area. Willing to do my own referral bonus if I get hired PM for details and please help!!!</blockquote>
I learned something huge about the Robo screening process used by all HR Depts now, PM me if you need the info. Do not want to publish it.
Nice job postings this Spring 2015
This is the continuation thread to use as a central Job Networking hub since November 2003.
Online Communities such as AT are more important than ever during this severe economy downturn of 2008-2009.
There is no sign of the economy getting better despite Washington telling us the recession is over.
Update: Jan 2015 - The economy seems to have finally turned around.
If you are out of work post your skills, contact info etc.
Thanks Mods for this thread sticky as it can be such an important tool
People place a post in here of where you are from and updates on how it is going.
It would show trends of how things are in particular areas of the Country. Whether you are new to the work force or having to adapt to change.
This truly shows the true power of the Internet and it has nothing to do with Computers, it is the Power of People coming together.
I would like to thank all of the great AT member for their postings of Job Openings.
Thank you everyone and best of luck.
Thanks to all who have posted Job postings
Special thanks to all those posting about job positions they become aware of and the Mods of Staff of AT for making it possible. Every job counts.
Originally posted by: Rufio
Well, I got 2 members of AT jobs at my place. They've been working here for at least 4 months now.
It's in the torrance, CA area.
If you are still looking for a job in this area (computer sales, basically), PM me!
Thank You Rufio. You brought tears to my eyes this morning times two.
I said from the beginning that if this thread just brings one job it is worth it.
Originally posted by: Maephestus
I've used AT forums for a couple years, but this topic finally motivated me enough to register and get involved. There are alot of very qualified people who post here, and it is a good idea to try and leverage that if possible.
I find that the large-scale job sites have become almost unusable. I'll just give an example of something that happened to me last year when I was job hunting:
I received an email from a company that appeared interested in me and my skills... let's call the company 'Happy Elves' and the job site I was posting on we'll call 'ScaryCreature' (dot com). I spent far too much time preparing for a job interview with the Happy Elves, and when I arrived at the interview... the position was for selling life insurance to senior citizens.
At that point I enquired why I would be a good fit for the position, since my resume was clearly titled 'Senior Software Engineer'... and the interviewer replied, in all seriousness, "Well, your resume indicated interested in working with Seniors, and we thought you could be a great fit."
True story, but probably not uncommon.
To summarize, I support job hunting and networking at a more local level, like we find in AT forums.
We are currently in the process of interviewing for a mid-level IT position at our southern California office (south Orange County to be more specific). Here's the job description, send me your resume if you are interested.
QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Strong customer service skills.
- Knowledgeable in the company?s products and protocols of the company?s existing infrastructure, including Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP, 2000 Server, 2003 Server and Unix (HPUX) servers, Ethernet networking, Microsoft office automation suite, dial-up networking, VPN (Sonicwall), Exchange e-mail server, and Internet Information Server (IIS), and TCP/IP.
- Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, and Outlook).
- Organization and prioritization skills.
- Strong problem solving skills.
- Strong research skills.
- Preferred but not required: Computer Science degree or technical certification (MCSE, etc.)
- Has a hands-on orientation.
- Excellent attendance and punctuality to the office as well as any company meetings, client meetings and other activities.
- Ability to work well under pressure and deadlines.
- Capable of working without day-to-day direction from supervisor, but knows when to solicit input.
- Communicates well in non-technical terms to users.
- Committed to getting the job done - a hard and effective worker.
- Ability to train, educate, and problem-solve with staff.
- Basic knowledge of Microsoft Applications, especially Word and Excel.
- Good written and verbal communication skills.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Must be able to lift 25lbs.
Must be able to sit for extended periods of time.
Must have finger dexterity for typing/using a keyboard.
We're looking to fill one tech support position. Biggest requirements are to have low-voltage industry experience (alarm, burglar, fire, access control, cctv, etc) and decent networking skills. If you've installed or supported these products, PM me. We're hiring ASAP.
Looking for something in Indianapolis, IN.
I recently achieved my A+ cert (also going after NET+, CCNA, and MCP). Also going to finish out school for network admin. I am 23yrs old but started working on computers whenever i was 12. I don't have a lot of pro experience so i'm really looking for something entry level that can get my foot in the door i guess.