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We are seeking 2 GIS analysts with just 2+years of experience for 6 month consulting opportunity
for the State of South Carolina located in Columbia, SC.
I wanted to pass along the job information in case you know someone or could post the job.
Below is from someone who has hired USC interns in the past, and now wants more.
Thanks again for offering to help get the word out about Duck Creek’s visit to the USC Dept of Computer Sciences this Wednesday. Here are the details:
Wednesday, March 31
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Amoco Hall, Swearingen Bldg
Computer Programming Internship in Healthcare IT - Seeking talented and dedicated students who have experience using PHP and Ruby on Rails in a LAMP environment. We will be developing innovative solutions for the Healthcare industry.
Applicants must have excellent oral and written communications skills, detail oriented, motivated with the ability to thrive as a member of a multi-discipline team. Applicants should enjoy finding elegant solutions to complex problems. Must have the ability to learn quickly, work independently, and take ownership of tasks.
Why is this position open: New business for the company
Turnaround time: ASAP
Position description: Entry level Web Developer need. They are looking to grow this individual in the company. No more than 1 full year of working experience.
Required: .Net, ASP, SQL knowledge,
Desired: VB script, Java, MySQL, C#
Education: At least an Associate’s degree, but Bachelor’s preferred in computer field
The Web Programmer / Developer will be responsible for the creation and modification of university web pages within the current environment and under assigned deadlines for the Department of Student Life. Development will include both management-driven and static content to enhance the current web presence and meet strategic business objectives. Update and maintain a framework for the Department of Student Life's presence on the Web. Advise on methods of content delivery. Recommend and implement Web strategies to maintain Student Life's relevance to its audience.
The position of Director Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure Support directs the University's strategic technology planning and operations in support of the University's research objectives. The position reports jointly to the Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, and to the Vice President for Research and Graduate Education. May be required to lecture and/or teach in areas of expertise
Master's degree required.