Title: Sr. PHP/MySQL Developer
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Duration: 6 months contract to hire
Designing, developing and maintaining multiple applications in a team environment
Plan and develop multiple robust and extensible websites, implementing a strong code base across the websites, e.g. exercising code reuse methodology through object-oriented design and/or a template-driven approach
3+ years experience… Continue
Added by John on November 13, 2008 at 6:30pm —
I am looking to hire a Sr. Flash Developer near Boston University. You should have a thorough understanding of multi-tiered Web Applications with a strong understanding of Flash/ActionScript language, OOP, and Agile Development Methodologies. We're like you; we want to learn and grow.
Required Education and Experience:
Solid knowledge of ActionScript 2, ActionScript 3 and OOP concepts
Experience building data-driven Flash applications
1-2 years of online or… Continue
Added by KAREN H. FRANCIS on November 13, 2008 at 5:43pm —
I am looking for a ICM Applicaiton Developer with ICM hands-on experience required. A successful candidate will have extensive hands-on experience working with Cisco Unified ICM scripting and configuration. Additional proficiencies in CVP, IPCC and IP IVR are highly desirable.
The salary range is $90,000.00 to $110,000.00.
Project Implementation includes:
Ensure projects remain within scope
Added by KAREN H. FRANCIS on November 13, 2008 at 5:42pm —
I am looking for a Software/System Engineer that will work closely with the engineering team and users on high priority bugs and features. This person is expected to be able to manage many small to medium projects and deliverable quality work in a timely manner.
The Core duties include:
Perform software development on companys application
Perform maintenance and bug fixing on existing applications
Design and document your work
Unit text software changes and… Continue
Added by KAREN H. FRANCIS on November 13, 2008 at 5:33pm —
2ClipsPubCon: Submitted by Adamcohen from Google Reader 13 hours ago
The sheer quantity of different information sources online has resulted in a media circus. The various blogs, tweets and mainstream media outlets are like different acts vying for user attention. Online reputation management amid all the chaos can be difficult. It seems only appropriate that a circus insider, Jessica Berlin of Cirque du Soleil, weighed in with some tried and true… Continue
Added by Tina Huckabay on November 13, 2008 at 1:16pm —
Survey Data vs. Behavioral Data
Google Flu Trends
offers a fascinating look at how search engines can replace traditional models for data acquisition to great effect. When google took search requests of flu symptoms by region and mapped them to CDC data, they indicated that at much greater speed and lower cost they could collect epidemiological info the closely… Continue
Added by william fischer on November 13, 2008 at 12:23pm —
I remember at my first recruiting position how scared I was to pick up the phone to talk to someone. I could feel sweat start to drip from the back of my neck and my voice started to quiver as I asked for their name. I figured emailing would suffice and I could fill jobs that way, right? WRONG. I had no idea what I was doing or what I was asking. All I knew was that I wanted to get off the phone and make the next call so the day could be over. Well, years later I hardly use email and would… Continue
Added by Tina M. on November 13, 2008 at 11:30am —
I am a Professional, results oriented, customer focused Recruiter, skilled at building relationships with hiring managers to ensure success in hiring employees. I am experienced in all methods of direct and indirect recruiting and knowledgeable in numerous applicant tracking systems. The industries in which I have recruited include Information Systems and Services, Engineering, Finance, Manufacturing, Banking, Sales, and Clinical Laboratory, Life Sciences, Food Sciences
Added by Dennis on November 13, 2008 at 10:56am —
“In job transition” is a commonly used phrase I hear more and more these days. As the recruiting manager for a sales consulting firm, I receive and review dozens of resumes on a daily basis. When recently asked how many of those resumes were well written, properly formatted, and didn’t violate the ‘no spelling errors’ rule I responded, “About 10%”- That’s scary!
It's hard not to feel sympathetic to those that have been 'downsized' out… Continue
Added by David Benjamin on November 13, 2008 at 9:00am —
The Treasury Secretary said it was clear by the time Congress passed the Tarp legislation that the plan to buy assets would “take time to implement and would not be sufficient given the severity of the problem”. Capital injections offered a “more powerful” way to shore up the financial system and support lending.
“I will never apologise for changing an approach or strategy when the facts change,” Mr Paulson said.
There are so many people to blame here but it makes… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on November 13, 2008 at 8:00am —
"They must include any e-mail that might embarrass the president-elect, along with any blog posts and links to their Facebook pages."
If you really love Barack, why not be part of his team
Added by Steve Levy on November 13, 2008 at 8:00am —
It is an interesting role, being a sourcer and supporting multiple recruiters. These folks are good at what they do, so when you have a recruiter stuck in a race to get that talent to the hiring manager, there may be a good sourcer behind that magic. So, how to become one of the best sourcer(ers), a worker of magic?
1. Learn the job backwards and forwards. I study my JD as best I can. I want to know the role, live it, breathe it. I see the essentialness of this every day.
Added by Mike Rasmussen on November 13, 2008 at 2:39am —
Sorry about the title - I've always wanted to be an evil genius, but I seem to be missing both the evil and the genius part.
Chris Russell built the JobsinSocialMedia social network for social media folks, and with my focus in the industry, it made sense to reach out and snag it.
Who says that flipping domains is a thing of the past?
Added by Jim Durbin on November 12, 2008 at 7:25pm —
I am looking to fill this role.
Role: Senior Architect
Location: Cranston, RI
End Date; 3 + months
Deliverables: criteria/results by which success can be measured:
Skills: IBI and Data Migrator
We are looking for a senior architect experienced in IBI Data Migrator.
Plus: SQL and PL/SQL skills and analytical skills. WebFocus and IWAY skills required.
§ PL/SQL, Data Mapping
§ People… Continue
Added by Parmila on November 12, 2008 at 6:50pm —
I keep reading and hearing about the doom and gloom of this economy, and that jobs are being lost faster than they are being created, (and the world is falling apart, well....). At Cool Works, we are paying close attention to the world around us and have our own concerns, but I thought I would add some bright spots of working in the seasonal world for those willing to think outside the box. And yes, I am considered to be a glass half-full sort of person.
1. Employers are still… Continue
Added by Kari Quaas on November 12, 2008 at 5:00pm —
Today I want to post about "talking" as a sourcing tool. Recruiters often tell me that they have searched every paid resume board, all the freebies, LinkedIn, the ATS, etc. and they just can't find anyone that fits the spec. That is when I typically recommend that they try a low tech tool - the telephone! If you have checked every site in your arsenal and can't find anyone - maybe there is a true shortage or maybe there is something wrong with the way you are searching or the pitch you are… Continue
Added by Cathy McCullough on November 12, 2008 at 4:38pm —
Is it possible to be too aggressive in the search for a job? I say NO, in some cases I am sure it’s happened however more commonly job seekers tend to send a resume or fill out an application and then wait and then, well ….wait some more. To those job seekers I say….get out there and make it happen! If it’s a job you want and think you are the ideal candidate follow up and make sure you are don’t become just another applicant in a pile of applications.
Just yesterday I was… Continue
Added by Amy Hoster on November 12, 2008 at 3:50pm —
As more and more people are hunting for jobs a lot of their interview experiences feel a lot like they are chasing their own tails. Unfortunately working with the wrong recruiter can do this to you and may cost you your next job.
In the mindset of the unemployed there is no job that they can’t do, but unfortunately there are lots of jobs for which our clients won’t hire them. However, if you’re working with a highly skilled recruiter they can tell you quickly if your skills are even… Continue
Added by bill martineau on November 12, 2008 at 2:53pm —
Centered Leadership: How Talented Women Thrive
Joanna Barsh, Susie Cranston and Rebecca A. Craske,
A new approach to leadership can help women become more self-confident and effective business leaders.
Women start careers in business and other professions with the same level of intelligence, education and commitment as men. Yet comparatively few reach the top echelons.
This gap matters not only because the familiar glass ceiling is… Continue
Added by 01. Lonnie McRorey on November 12, 2008 at 2:17pm —
When I was really young, my Mommy and Daddy told me that there is no such thing as a Monster and playing with Dice looked like gambling to them. And look at me now, I am grown up and I have my own personal Monster and Dice. I play with them everyday. But think of this, what if Mom-Dad were correct? What if I want to follow their advice? Where will I find people from, apart from these Social Networks?
Added by Kunal on November 12, 2008 at 1:43pm —