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Senior Software Engineer - Algorithms, Java, C++ (Direct Hire)

Location: Andover, MA

Term: Permanent



Job Description:



This position is for a software engineer who will participate in design, development and integration of challenging projects for the company's core software platform. Very strong C++, Java, OOD and Linux experience are required.

The ideal candidate is goal-oriented and a fast learner who combines excellent operational judgment with design, management, and troubleshooting skills.

Looking in… Continue

Added by Rajeev C on October 21, 2008 at 9:09am — No Comments

Sourcing Chat TODAY

SunMicro is firing and then hiring - an ERE post yesterday reported that SunMicro let all their recruiters and sourcers go and then told them to re-apply (if they still wanted to work there) and that they would be "reconsidered" according to skills. I wonder what the re-hire "terms"will be?



"Sun has announced the need to reduce overall spending in its fiscal year 2009, including a reduction in headcount."

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Added by Maureen Sharib on October 21, 2008 at 7:48am — No Comments

So You Want Someone To Actually Read Your Resume?

Resume Tee Back

There are more and more people looking for new jobs and many of those people need help with their resumes. If you're reading this you are probably a recruiter. I wrote the following article in 2004 and the content is equally valid today. I've found it helpful to share it with candidates. I ask them to read the article, update their resume as they see fit, and to send the revised resume to me for review. Perhaps doing the same will be helpful to you too?

And now, the…

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Added by Simon Meth on October 21, 2008 at 12:17am — 4 Comments

Oracle Techncial Consultant -Supply Chain /ERP,Bothell,WA

Contact me if you are interested in:



Oracle Supply Chain /ERP,Bothell,WA



6 months ,Temp to Hire, US Citizen or Green Card Holder Only



Required Skills : HP Unix, Microsoft Office 97,oracle ,oracle



8/9,Oracle MFG,SQL,Sun OS,Unix.



The candidate must have a minimum of 6 years experience ERP Oracle



Supply chain systems and Production Support including the following



Oracle Modules: • Oracle Order Management • PO/Req/WIP/BOM… Continue

Added by Sowmya R on October 20, 2008 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Oracle EBS -Sr Technical Consultant,Memphis,TN

Contact me if you are interested in:



Oracle EBS -Sr Technical Consultant,Memphis,TN





1)Duration :11 Months Contract



2)Minimum 5+ years of experience



3)Must have Oracle E-Business Suite experience (Version 12 experience would be a plus) with working knowledge of EBS 11.5.10, AR & Advanced Collections knowledge, Oracle App Server (for customizations), Oracle Web Page, Oracle Framework, Customize API development, XML Publisher, knowledge of the… Continue

Added by Sowmya R on October 20, 2008 at 5:48pm — No Comments

A technorati thang...

Nothing interesting here - just claiming my Technorati Profile

Added by Steve Levy on October 20, 2008 at 5:33pm — No Comments

10 Recruiting trends for 2009

As the world economies seems to be collapsing around us what will be the best practices in recruiting for 2009? Will video resumes be the killer app? Will niche job boards take over from the big boards? Will social media be the killer app?



Nope, none of these alone will get you the best candidates. Sorry.



If the economies do completely collapse there are a couple of outcomes; unemployment will rise as companies go under and people in secure jobs will be less likely to want… Continue

Added by Michael Specht on October 20, 2008 at 4:30pm — 3 Comments

Looking for US based Medical Device recruiters

This really isn't a blog entry, it's more of a help me help a friend out. He is a senior exec with a medical device company and he is looking to hire about 10 people in the next year and wanted to partner with one or two niche firms.

I appreciate the help.
Robb

Added by Robb Myers on October 20, 2008 at 4:09pm — 6 Comments

Britney's Team Kills Twitter

Like OMG for reals, Britney is on the Twitterand you can totally do what she is doing right after she does it... or maybe you can just do what her PR team is saying she's doing... or maybe you can just do what her Social Media team wants you to think she is doing...



You get the idea, right?



After all, Twitter's genuine appeal is as a tool that helps to make its… Continue

Added by RecruiterGuy on October 20, 2008 at 3:47pm — No Comments

Hoovers (TechTrak Group) Pro-Plus Yearly Subscription

There are four seats left on our Hoovers* Group subscription for any of you TechTrak affiliates for the year just starting...



Bob sent out renewal notices (a couple of them) earlier this year and most of you re-subscribed but a few did not so we have FOUR open seats if anyone is interested!



This is ONE GREAT DEAL for the ProPlus subscription!



If you need additional information email Bob at bob at techtrak.com or call him at 513 899 9628.



*Hoover's is… Continue

Added by Maureen Sharib on October 20, 2008 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Technology sheet-use in job interview to get that medical sales job!

Sometimes candidates with degrees in the sciences find that they have a lot more information that the employer might want to know about them that just won’t fit in the traditional resume format. To combat that issue and give yourself an interview edge, consider building a “Technology Sheet” - this is a one-page, column-formated accounting of all of the technologies that you are familiar with…some candidates actually rate their expertise with each (1 to 10).



It not always necessary to… Continue

Added by Peggy McKee on October 20, 2008 at 1:47pm — No Comments

Web 2.0 and Social Networkng - a tech perspective

With all the talk on recruiting forums and blogs about Web 2.0, here's a tech look at Social Networking...



"Imagine being able to have an enterprise form that had all relevant transaction data complete with real-time updates from Twitter, Facebook or any other social networking app regarding conversations with the customer? Or being able to see who cross-shopped and then purchased a customized product and what they had been promised in terms of delivery date? This is… Continue

Added by Steve Levy on October 20, 2008 at 12:50pm — 4 Comments

Do Interviewers Disagree?

Take a look at these judgements of the third presidential debate.



McCain looked and sounded like a man who is floundering and doesn't know what to do about it. -- Editorial, The Age (Australia)


In my mind McCain won the last debate by some margin --…
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Added by Recruiting Animal on October 20, 2008 at 12:16pm — 1 Comment

Online Learning Works for Corporate Training

Online training has a number of benefits for companies who deal with the challenges of providing effective training to their employees on an ongoing basis. Delivering high-quality, consistent training classes and programs to diverse populations of employees via traditional learning methods can be very challenging for a number of reasons.



Challenges of Traditional Training in Corporate SettingsScheduling time for a number of employees to attend instructor-lead training sessions at a… Continue

Added by Candice Arnold on October 20, 2008 at 10:00am — No Comments

Social Forums - Recruiting (How To)

Last week I went through a rash of bashing related to Recruiters' over-use of the Social Networks like LinkedIn, Ning, Facebook, etc... This week I'm going in a different direction. I am going to recommend and discuss some effective alternatives to big board recruiting that you may or may not have been utilizing yet, but that I find to be very helpful.



The topic for today is...FORUMS!!! (social forums)



Let me preface this by saying I am absolutely not (in NO way)… Continue

Added by Kent Sims on October 20, 2008 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

International Bi-Lingual Sr. Recruiters

Hello All,



Are any of you currently seeking this hard-to-find talent? A few friends of mine whom I have had the pleasure of working with for many years and who just happen to have over 20 years of experience in international corporate staffing, and who just happen to be bilingual in German and English, are currently keeping their options open.



Please let me know if your organization is currently seeking this type of talent and I will gladly forward them your contact… Continue

Added by Hans Guiscardo on October 20, 2008 at 9:01am — No Comments

LinkedIn and Web 2.0 Still Need Networking 1.0

It's LinkedIn week here in Cincy Recruiter's world, and I'll be speaking to three different groups this week about using LinkedIn. The first presentation will be to a group of job seekers who are participating in a 10-week Job Search series sponsored by a community group, the second at a local Chamber of Commerce to business owners and professionals, and the third to a group of senior executives in career transition working with an outplacement firm.



As a LinkedIn fan and avid user… Continue

Added by Jennifer McClure on October 20, 2008 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

October 20, 2008

In this week's member showcase Dave introduces us to Mike O'Brien. Mike is the man behind...well, the title says it all: Meet Mike O'Brien, CEO of Climber.com



And here is this week's round-up of last weeks blogs: That was the week that was...



Happy Monday!… Continue

Added by Amitai Givertz on October 20, 2008 at 7:05am — No Comments

One a day- for Recruiters – Complete multivitamin plus more for Recruiters*?

Just imagine how simple it would be; one pill a day and everything is just great!

This pill would give you all the energy and insights to handle everything about

recruiting during the day. Wouldn’t it be great if we could go shopping for a

bottle of One a day- for Recruiters?



Since there’s no such bottle, what do you do to supplement your recruiting health?

What I mean by this is, how do you maintain the competitive edge during this

uncertain economic time?… Continue

Added by Sally Raade on October 19, 2008 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Phoenix Arizona Job Networking

Another organization that helps job seekers in the Greater Phoenix AZ area is called AZ Boomerz. From their site: The Phoenix area alone has the largest population of former CEO's and Executive Board Members in the country These capable, competent leaders want to make a difference, and we are dedicated to reaching them, and thousands of other talented Boomers and to help communities and… Continue

Added by Bill Austin on October 19, 2008 at 3:44pm — 1 Comment

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