- Have experience building, from the ground up, a secure public web site ( E.g. Health Insurance Exchange, Insurance portal, etc.)
- Have experience in architecture, design, and implementation of a private cloud solution
- Our preference would be an open source stack, but we are willing to listen
- Have a knowledge of best practices for maintaining and supporting the cloud infrastructure
- Be very focused on security and scalability
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Among majors, employment rates varied considerably. Computer science graduates had the highest standard, full-time employment rates (72 percent), followed by business (66 percent) and engineering graduates (62 percent). Biology majors had the lowest rates (28 percent), just under philosophy (33 percent) and physical sciences majors (34 percent).
Those disparities also show up in starting salaries. At $69,214, computer science graduates were making the most money. Theology graduates, at $30,584, were making the least.
It also notes that CS majors are starting their own companies, rather than getting a job with a big company, more often that in 2014.
I am the Human Resource Manager for the South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs state agency. We currently have openings for 4 - System Engineers. If you would please share the attached with anyone you know who may be interested in working in state government. Thank you for your time.
The Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (RFA) is seeking applications for junior or senior software engineers.
The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program is searching for a Scientific Application and Database Developer to join the National Center for Computational Toxicology (NCCT), at the EPA facility in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The Developer will be responsible for providing application development and database programming support for the NCCT, which develops computational tools for improving environmental risk assessments and chemical safety regulatory decisions.
Institute for Southern Studies/Digital US South Initiative (DUSS)
Position Term: July 2016-September 2017
Pay: $15-$18/hour, depending on experience
The Institute for Southern Studies at USC is currently looking for a front-end and a back-end web developer to work on a grant-funded project. Developers would be working as a part of the Institute’s Digital US South Initiative (DUSS), which exists to assist faculty in translating research about the Southern United States into public-facing digital projects.
The office of Research and Data Analysis at the South Carolina Department of Education is interested in offering paid internships to qualified undergraduate and graduate students at the University of South Carolina. I have attached our internship application as well as a short job description and supplemental questions. We would be greatly appreciative if you could post this to the Computer Science and Engineering Job Board and distribute to any students that may be interested. They are ready to begin conducting interviews and are hiring immediately.
The Web Developer, under the supervision of the Technology Manager, will assist with the development and maintain web sites for University 101 Programs and the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. Duties of this position include assisting the Technology Manager with planning site design and functionality. Assist with the developing of site navigation by categorizing content; developing site content by collaborating with program coordinators; converting raw images and layouts created by graphic designers into CSS/HTML themes.
A3 communications is in need of an intern to work in the networking engineering dept. This intern will work on wireless networking infrastructure at multiple projects during the summer.
We may have a large project this summer that would be good for 5-10 students as an internship. I should find out within a week. If you know students that are looking for local work here in town, have them contact me. Info below.