My name is Katie, and I work for Epic in Madison, Wisconsin. Epic is a national leader in software development for healthcare systems, and we support some of the largest and most respected healthcare organizations in the country. Each year we receive resumes from students at University of South Carolina, and we are very impressed by the caliber of these applicants. It is clear that the professors and staff from your school are doing a wonderful job.
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Attention All Computer Science, Computer Engineering, related Technical/Engineering discipline, Business, Finance, Accounting or Economics Majors:
Attend the Career Fair Blitz 2009
Wednesday, September 30th
12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
1101 Lincoln St.
University of South Carolina
Our employees receive the following benefits:
WANTED BY THE FBI –
A CYBER INTELLIGENCE ANALYST
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINAWant to put your knowledge of cyber viruses, malware, trends, techniques to work? Want to assist in strategic sharing of intelligence with others?Like to brainstorm and work with others?The Columbia Division of the FBI has an opening for a Cyber Intelligence Analyst. A four year degree is required in a preferred discipline relevant to Computer Science. You will undergo a background investigation for a Top Secret clearance and must be able to pass a drug test and a polygraph examination. If selected you will go to an 8 week training course at the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA. Initial salary range is GS-7 ($38,117) to GS-12 ($95,010).Please respond to Julie.Johnson@ic.fbi.govwith your resume if interested by 9/18/09.
The NACE salary survey for the class of 2009 came out this summer and it reports starting salaries for computer engineers at $61,738 and for software engineers at $65,618, the highest reported starting salary: