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Kirby64

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Apr 24, 2006
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Hey guys,

I'll be graduating in May with a degree in Computer Engineering. I love doing digital hardware design (or anything similar.)

PM me and we can talk hopefully.
 

ModerateRepZero

Golden Member
Jan 12, 2006
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The Social Security office needs spanish speaking people?

Yeah, I'm definitely gonna post in P&N about that.

Why? While there are ways of dealing with people who don't speak English (well), such as people bringing in friends/family to translate, it's more convenient to have bilingual employees.



That being said, I noticed there's more SSA IT positions available.

sampling of Appsw positions:
IT Specialist (APPSW)
IT Specialist (APPSW)
IT Specialist (APPSW)
IT Specialist (APPSW)

IT Specialist

IT Specialist - OS

IT Specialist (Sysana); GS-7
IT Specialist (Sysana); GS-9
IT Specialist (Sysana); GS-11

and also a legal position: Legal Assistant - Case Technician
 

alkemyst

No Lifer
Feb 13, 2001
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If you know Data Center, UC, EMC, VMWare, Cisco (not all inclusive) and you can talk to what you have certs for, look into Presidio.com.

They are hiring in many parts of the country.
 

Chess

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Mar 5, 2001
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We are hiring...

CCNA is a requirement, same with a TS clerance....

5 years of VOIP
7 years of IP routing protocol

You get the point a Network Engineer

Send me a PM if you fit these requirements and are near the DC area
 

CADsortaGUY

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Oct 19, 2001
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www.ShawCAD.com
The company I work for is looking for a Mechanical Engineer. We are a small OEM looking to expand our line of products so we need some horse power. Location: North of Green Bay Wisconsin. Actually in the UP. Let me know if you have some interest and I'll get you in touch with the right person.

Oh and my old company is looking to fill the spot I left. It's a Controls Engineer position - exact position/title and salary depends on experience. This job is located in Des Moines Iowa.
 
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alkemyst

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Feb 13, 2001
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What's a good job to get back into the 40-50k market for someone that has a 4 year MIS degree, was a programmer in the past, but took a 10 year leave of absence to do mostly hobby work (retail)? They do not want to go back into programming.

They do know Japanese fluently.
 

AreaCode707

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Sep 21, 2001
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What's a good job to get back into the 40-50k market for someone that has a 4 year MIS degree, was a programmer in the past, but took a 10 year leave of absence to do mostly hobby work (retail)? They do not want to go back into programming.

They do know Japanese fluently.
Technical business analyst, maybe?
 

l0cke

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Dec 12, 2005
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I'm looking for a summer internship around the Longmont/Boulder, CO area. Just finishing my freshmen year of EE, but I know Verilog and C.

Anyone know of anything for me?
 

Gibson486

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Aug 9, 2000
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you know verilog...as a freshman...so tell me, have you actually done anything with it? if you really do know it, you should have no issue getting one. It raises a red flag, but also it raises curiosity. So, for me at least, I'd bring you in for an interview.
 

l0cke

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Dec 12, 2005
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you know verilog...as a freshman...so tell me, have you actually done anything with it? if you really do know it, you should have no issue getting one. It raises a red flag, but also it raises curiosity. So, for me at least, I'd bring you in for an interview.

Right now I only have a basic knowledge, the most complex thing I've made is a BCD counter. By the end of the school year I should have a better understanding of it though. Hopefully I can use that to my advantage when looking for internships.
 

Rage187

Lifer
Dec 30, 2000
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Have a couple paid intern positions open. They are picky about GPA:

Interactive Designer Intern

As the Interactive Designer Intern, you will get experience with all aspects of front-end web design and development. Gaining hands-on experience with Adobe Creative Suite, HTML, CSS and JavaScript while expanding your knowledge of the fundamental design principles that can make a world class website stand out from the crowd.

Objective

Your objective is to support our business unit, team and our clients through creative and engaging website designs and development for the non-profit arena.

Job Responsibilities

In this position you will focus on developing websites that are scalable, accessible and search engine friendly.

Creating and implementing visual design concepts and translating them into websites with pixel perfect accuracy.

Education/Targeted Degrees/Specific Course Requirements:

Interactive Design
Advertising
Computer Science
Web Development
Graphic Design
Skills Required/Desired

Required:
Adobe Creative Suite – PhotoShop, Dreamweaver
Html/CSS

Not required but a plus:
JavaScript
Video editing and production








Visual Web/Print Designer Intern

As a design agency intern, you will use our creative skills to help us grow our business! Specific tasks may include designing marketing collateral, creating info graphics, developing website design elements and content, creating visual representation of our offerings, designing white papers and making content look fresh and creative. Youll have the opportunity to flex your creative muscles and try new, exciting design techniques to spice up our collateral!

Objective:

Your key objective will be to bring creativity to our collateral, website, documentation and packages.

Job Responsibilities:

Create website content, design infographics to showcase key stories, statistics and content, create ways to visually represent packages we create to sell, design and create email templates and website landing pages in our new branded division, write design blogs, put our work into well designed format for showcase.

Education/Targeted Degrees/Specific Course Requirements

Print and/or interactive design. Visual design capabilities important.

Skills Required/Desired:

CSS/HTML/Wordpress knowledge a plus, but not required. Strong visual design (print and interactive/digital) a must.
 

DigitalCancer

Diamond Member
Apr 6, 2004
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Anything out there for someone with only an A+ cert? Looking to further my education asap.

Currently I'm doing IT work for a local real estate appraisal company. I work with InRule and GrapeCity Report Designer. Familiar with ActiveDirectory, server 2003/2008, and of course setting up systems. I primarily work with form development currently but would like to find maybe a jr. sys admin position? I live in Portage, IN but could travel as far as Chicago.
 

Cerpin Taxt

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Feb 23, 2005
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My company is opening up 11 Field Service Engineer positions in the Western United States major metro areas. I currently work in the Seattle district, so it is the only city of which I'm certain at this point, and I know that my District Manager is pushing to get this requisition filled quickly.

The company is a major manufacturer of hospital laboratory machines for Chemistry, Immunoassay, Hematology and Coagulation analysis. The job of the Field Service Engineer is to maintain and repair those instruments at customer sites. Helpful background would be electronics, clinical laboratory benchwork, mechanical engineering, etc... A clean driving record is also important.

This the job that I have, and I love it. The demands can sometimes be intense, but the pay is great and the perks are incredible. I work out of my house, and simply drive around to customers sites as I'm dispatched to perform repairs or maintenance tasks.

If you're interested in finding out more, please PM me. I'll be happy to deliver resumes to my manager (there's a nice little bonus in it for me if you get hired :) ).

We have at least one, maybe two positions open for Field Service Engineers (FSE) in the Seattle area at the moment. If you are good with tools and technology, good with people, and have a clean diving record, you could be very eligible.

PM me for more details.

EDIT: Just checked out Corporate jobs page on our website. It lists FSE positions open in Nebraska, Ohio, Colorado, Virginia, and 2 in Florida. The Seattle position is not listed yet.
 
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zimu

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Jun 15, 2001
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Work for a big 4 firm - we're looking for experienced CRM consultants - salesforce / siebel / ms dynamics in the UK area. Drop me a PM if you're looking for work. May take a bit to notice as I still don't receive notifications from this stupid board...
 

hellfire88

Diamond Member
Nov 29, 2003
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My company is looking to hire immediately for a Tier 2 Helpdesk / Jr. Systems Admin position. Responsibilities/experiences required include:

- Windows Server 2003/2008 administration
- Active Directory Administration
- Backup systems (Symantec Backup Exec, etc.)
- Enterprise A/V (Symantec Endpoint Protection etc.)
- Blackberry Enterprise Server
- VMWare ESXi
- Tier 2 Help Desk/Desktop support

Company is in NYC (Queens). Please PM me ASAP if interested, thanks.

Edit: Position has been filled (they needed someone ASAP) but another position may open up soon. Will post when it does. Thanks.
 
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robphelan

Diamond Member
Aug 28, 2003
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We're looking for a java developer, 6 - 8 yrs exp. san antonio.. good pay, good benefits.
 

Phantomaniac

Senior member
Jan 12, 2007
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My company has more tech support positions available. It is a small company supporting proprietary applications that depend on a number of different IT components, so you should have a solid understanding of (but do not need specific years experience in): AV components, networking, windows desktop and server operating systems, desktop and server hardware, and databases. 2 year degree required, 4 year degree desirable. It's in Washington, DC, around Dupont Circle. PM me if you are interested.
 

OVerLoRDI

Diamond Member
Jan 22, 2006
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I am looking for tech consulting type work. I have "consulted" on many network and PC builds over the years. As a result I have a lot of experience working with customers, selling them on different hardware and working with them to implement solutions to fit their budget and needs. I also have a knack for boiling down technical ideas into language that non-engineering types can understand. I do honestly believe I am a good fit for this kind of work and am looking for options in that area.

Drop me a PM if you or your company have positions like this available. I'm willing to move anywhere in the US for a solid job.
 

Chess

Golden Member
Mar 5, 2001
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If you know Data Center, UC, EMC, VMWare, Cisco (not all inclusive) and you can talk to what you have certs for, look into Presidio.com.

They are hiring in many parts of the country.


I almost took a job with them... they arent a bad company to work for....
 

alkemyst

No Lifer
Feb 13, 2001
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I almost took a job with them... they arent a bad company to work for....

Did well at the Cisco Partner Summit this year as well:
Enterprise Partner of the Year - Americas
Services Partner of the Year - U.S. & Canada
Area Partner of the Year - U.S. East
Enterprise Partner of the Year - U.S. East
Architectural Excellence - Data Center - U.S. East
Services Partner of the Year - U.S. South
Higher Education Partner of the Year - Public Sector
SLED Partner of the Year - Public Sector
Strategic Services Partner for SLED - Public Sector

There is a lot of growth there and lots of acquisitions underway.
 

uclaLabrat

Diamond Member
Aug 2, 2007
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I'm wrapping up at columbia university as a post-doc in chemistry. My Ph. D. is in organic synthesis/organometallics and my post-doc research has been in natural products synthesis and polymer/materials/organic solar cells.

Anyone know someone who needs a good chemist?