May 2012

Web Programmer Summer Job

Web programmer needed 20 hours a week through the summer. Competitive salary. Experience with HTML/CSS, SQL and Active Server or similar technologies. Please contact David Michaels (michaels@sc.edu) for more information. No telephone calls, please.

Computer Science and Engineering Starting Salaries

The NACE Salary Survey of new College graduates is out (full report) and it says:

Graduates within the computer sciences fields have starting salaries that are 2.4 percent higher this year; their overall median starting salary rose from $55,087 to $56,383. employers in the information sector reported the highest number of new graduate entrants, with an impressive starting salary to boot—$64,400.

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Summer Job in the College of Education

The College of Education is looking for a GA to perform web programming tasks for the 2012 Summer I & II semesters, with possible re-appointment for Fall and Spring semesters. Experienced with SQL and .asp/javascript. This position is responsible for maintaining an existing codebase as well as the development of new applications. Tuition and stipend. Please send inquiries, including CV and references to David Michaels – michaels@sc.edu – no telephone calls, please.

Sysadmin at the Library

This position is responsible for the oversight of computer operations at Moving Image Research Collections (MIRC), a division of the University Libraries. This position reports to the Director of Library Technologies and Systems and collaborates closely with the Director of MIRC.

GE Software Engineer in WI

From one of our alumni:

GE Healthcare (PET) has a 1-year contract position (Software Engineer) based in the Waukesha, WI area.

Required qualifications:

1) Strong C/C++ Development skills

2) Good understand of object-oriented concepts

3) Familiarity with Linux environment

Send your resume to:

Kapil Dukle Kapil.Dukle@med.ge.com

73% of new Jobs in STEM are in Computing

From Computing Careers Market, based on Bureau of Labor and Statistics, we get the following chart:

In other words:

For the foreseeable future, nearly 3 out of 4 new science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) jobs in the U.S. are going to be in computing! By contrast, just 16% will be traditional engineering jobs, and even fewer will be in the sciences or mathematics.

PHP Developer

NOTE: This was posted in December and the position is still open.
Company: ReachSmart Interactive
Status: Full Time, Employee
Education Level: Bachelor’s Degree

Location: Columbia, SC
Job Category: Information Technology

Job Title: PHP Developer
Salary: Commensurate with Experience

Job Summary: