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Hi, my name is Chris. I am an I.T. for a company looking for a VB.net Programmer/Developer to design a Windows Application. We are looking to pay a $40,000 Salary PLUS completion bonuses to a qualified person. Anyone interested can give me a call anytime at 803-730-3175
Tegra Analytics is a pharmaceutical consulting company in need of two iPhone/iPad app developers. We are located in Columbia, SC. Owner is a USC grad (statistics/biostatistics). Part-time and full-time employment available. If interested, email email@example.com with the subject line “iPad development” and provide 1) your name, 2) phone number, 3) experience, 4) # of hours availability each week and 5) your hourly rate.
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Code the Change helps computer scientists use their skills for social change. For the past four years, we have put on Code Jams at Stanford where students program for nonprofits for a day. We have been sponsored by Facebook, Google, Apple, and most of the other big name high tech companies, and we recently got an award from Bill Clinton.
The USC's Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) is looking for TWO undergraduate students to work on a project in conjunction with the Computer Vision Lab in the Department of Computer Science. We'll be applying advanced computer vision algorithms to tens of thousands of digital page-images from early modern books (as part of this project), and we're looking for interested Computer Science and Engineering undergraduates to work on processing, automation, research, and algorithm/UI development.
Tech Night is a fun, interactive four-hour event hosted by Colonial Life’s and Unum’s Global Business Technology department. It showcases IT as an exciting and viable career opportunity. The program emphasizes teamwork, collaboration, creative problem solving and continuous learning opportunities. Students will visit a Tech Fair to learn about IT careers and different specialties, then participate in a user interface design challenge and server virtualization exercise. Pizza and refreshments are included, too.
This news item on Best-Paying and Worst-Paying Master’s Degrees from Monster.com gives some statistics on salaries for the various degrees. As always, Engineering, Computing and Finance come on top.
I found it interesting, however, that Monster lists "programmer" as the career choice for other majors. For example, the highes't paid Master's is in EE, but one of the jobs is as a software developer:
Not sure if this fits at all with your department but we are looking for a person with web and video skills to work with us asap. Basically someone comfortable with shooting video and the making it available in various formats on the web. Programming experience is a major plus.
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We are looking for a recent I.T. Grad with a high GPA and go get 'em personality. You will learn a LOT in your first year from a very talented team of I.T. professionals. We have had a number of former USC grads join this team. We anticipate our interviewing process to begin in the next 30 days
Sustainable Carolina is seeks someone experienced with Drupal and able to fulfill needs of designing and implementing a website as well as additional needs regarding subscriber management and tracking. The number of hours available rely on the skills and experience of the applicant. We are searching for someone to fill between 5 and 25 hours per week. Below is some information about the qualifications we are seeking. Interested parties, please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
USC Mathematics Professor needs programmer ASAP for short-term project (approximately 100 hours) to develop an assistive technology for students/researchers with upper extremity impairment. Work will consist of interfacing several software packages, integrating multiple I/O devices, and some basic design work. Pay will be commensurate with experience: $15-30/h. Familiarity with LaTeX essential; experience in C/C++, Java, and Python preferred. Any background in textual analysis or image processing is a bonus.
We are looking for someone to come to the USC Women’s Soccer Office a few hours a week and help design and create some social media and/or video to promote our soccer program. We are looking to find someone with a creative knack for developing technological ways to promote our program to recruits, stay connected with alumni, and expand our fan base. We are seeking to find unique and creative ways to reach a demographic of much more technologically savvy high school student athletes (twitter, pinterest, facebook, instagram, etc).