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My name is Mike Booty. I am the Senior Director, Technology at eThority, Inc. We are were just acquired by Equifax. We have been in business in Charleston for almost 20 years and offer very unique Business Analytics software. The purchase has put a demand on our resources and expanding the staff is a major priority.
By way of introduction, my name is Leroy Clarke and I work as a College Recruiting Manager within Corporate Human Resources at JPMorganChase. We have full-time Technology Analyst Development Program opportunities available for Graduating College Seniors interested in Technology Analyst roles at JPMorganChase.
Attached is the Technology Analyst Development Program description for reference. We have opportunities in the following locations: Delaware, Tampa, FL, Chicago, IL, Columbus, OH, and New York.
The following graph is from this report from the Georgetown University center for Education an the workforce. It shows that the (I think conservative) forecast is that by 2018 51% of the STEM jobs will be in Computers.
The following is from one of our alumni. He is looking for someone to develop a webapp for him.
Seeking a Software Engineer with demonstrated hands on experience in ASP.Net, web services using WCF and SQL Server
We have immediate full-time position openings for Software Engineers in our small 44 person company in Mt. Pleasant, SC.
The following comes from on of our graduates.
My team at GE Healthcare has immediate need for engineers fairly proficient in C++ and Linux (required skills). Other skills like Java, configuration management (Clearcase), scripting (Perl, Python, Bash..etc) will be a plus.
You can apply here. If you don't hear back in two weeks you can contack Kapil Dukle directly at Kapil.Dukle at med.ge.com
I’d like to invite the faculty and students of all local colleges and universities to a FREE open source social and workshop next Wednesday, October 19 beginning at 5:00 p.m. Please consider attending and bring colleagues and fellow students. This is an excellent educational and networking opportunity.
About the event:
We are looking for two software engineers for a project that will last until late December. Depending on their performance the candidates may be offered full time positions and significant new responsibilities. Candidates should be experienced in Java and C programming languages, as well as in Linux operating systems. Knowledge / experience with cellular communications and software defined radios is a major plus. Experience in Android software development and Eclipse a major plus.
I have a small USC grant that will pay for some programming assistance on a project that I am doing on distance education in partnership with USC (see QRECT.com ). The grant will pay $3,000 over this coming 12 months for a graduate student and another $3,000 for an UG (whom I have already hired). I urgently need a graduate student programmer as soon as possible that can make changes to our existing software for QRECT. The required language is RUBY.
We are looking for web development interns for a software company located in Columbia. Experience with PHP and/or jQuery would be a huge plus. Experience in mobile development would be awesome. Email me at email@example.com with some info about what your skills are and what kinds of projects you are working on. This is a paid internship for 10-20 hours a week in our offices.
Dear Jose Vidal,
I'm Mike from InterviewStreet - a startup that matches programmers with awesome hacker-friendly jobs. We're making it easy to apply to 50 different startups at once.
We would be grateful if you could make available the following snippet to the students in your department, either via mailing list or job board.
Subject Line: CodeSprint: Apply for 50+ startups at once, incl. Facebook, Dropbox, airBnB, Quora, and Kayak
As mentioned before, IBM will be here interviewing for the specific positions below (NOT for internships) on Friday, October 7, 2011, at the USC Career Center. If you are interested in interviewing you must
There is also an information session open to everyone who just wants to learn more about careers at IBM on Thursday, October 6, at IT-oLogy, 2nd Fl, see the flyer below.