DUTIES: You will be responsible for: (1) The architecture, design, implementation, monitoring, troubleshooting through resolution and support of a global mission critical high transaction state of the art network to include CISCO routers, switches, firewalls, and telecommunication/voice technologies; (2) Maintenance of network security through proper configuration of firewalls, proxies, and VPN devices; (3) Installation of exchange, WAN and Internet connectivity; (4) Proactively striving for… Continue
Added by Greg David on August 24, 2009 at 9:56am —
DUTIES: You will be responsible for: (1) Performing UNIX/LINUX systems administration to include: Performance monitoring, performance tuning, testing, configuring/ installs, upgrades, backups, recoveries, etc. in this mission critical global enterprise environment; (2) Supporting applications and systems used by the global organization and providing technical resolution to hardware and software issues as they arise; (3) Deploying new hardware and software systems, performing database research,… Continue
Added by Greg David on August 24, 2009 at 9:54am —
DUTIES: You will be responsible for: (1) Managing the KDB database to include providing new functionality as required; (2) Writing q scripts and applications; (3) Providing support of existing KDB applications; (4) Data cleaning of the KDB time series, development of sanity checks, and filters and adaptive cleaning algorithms; (5) Developing functions that provide access to KDB from various development platforms, including Python and C++; (6) Troubleshooting and resolving data quality and data… Continue
Added by Greg David on August 24, 2009 at 9:52am —
If starting an interview is awkward for many people, ending an interview can be even more difficult. Most interviews drag on too long (past the point where the interviewer needs more information in order to make a decision) because most interviewers don't know how to end the interview gracefully.
1. Set a time limit at the beginning. A half hour to 45 minutes should be sufficient for an initial screening . Have a clock visible,… Continue
Added by Kunin Associates on August 24, 2009 at 9:25am —
Today posses an interesting time for all of us.
For months the media has been reporting how bad the market is and how unemployment and jobless claims are skyrocketing, that this bad and that is bad, the stimulus sucks and health care reform etc. blah, blah, blah. People are fearful, concerned and desperate. On the flip side, other people are absolutely slammed with work and may be the most productive they have ever been in their lives.
Hear me out on this...as an Executive… Continue
Added by Darrin Grella on August 24, 2009 at 8:00am —
Gina and I met while networking on LinkedIn. She is someone who has successfully found multiple jobs this year who was happy to share her experience with us.
Thanks again for volunteering for this. Can you give the folks a quick over-view of your background and the circumstances that led to your unemployment.
My background is Marketing and Administration. I have moved from High Tech Marketing in the Bay Area, to Newspaper Marketing, to… Continue
Added by Duane Roberts on August 24, 2009 at 2:30am —
Science has overtaken recruitment, which is not necessarily a bad thing, as most people still rely heavily on interviews as the key process for appointing applicants into a vacant role.
However, the process is fundamentally flawed as it is NOT about appointing the best person. From start to finish the process is designed to eliminate the unsuitable applicants until finally, like Survivor, there is only one successful person, to take the ultimate prize.
Why would you not… Continue
Added by Charles Van Heerden on August 23, 2009 at 11:57pm —
A good recruiting/staffing organization typically does strive to reduce recruiting costs, reduce time to hire, increase acceptance rates and also to improve time to productivity. However, most organizations do not spend enough time to PREPARE for recruiting. I am not talking about the process of hiring a team. But, more the understanding of the needs of the micro-organization and at the macro level of the company. Typically, the recruiting process starts when hiring managers lob a standard… Continue
Added by sundar vanchinathan on August 23, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Nowruz just like "Eid-Ul-Fitr" for iranian. They cheerfully celebrate it. Its occurs on March 21. The iranian people set a beautiful "Haft Sin" table at this time, can't forget it, such a wonderful scene.
They decorate the haft sin table with seven items :
- Apples -----symbolizing beauty and health
- Vinegar -----symbolizing age and…
Added by darya123 on August 23, 2009 at 6:19pm —
At the end of a long day of interviewing with a gauntlet of people, the owner of the agency told me that they were impressed and wanted to know if I had any concerns about becoming a recruiter.
Coming from a sales background, I would say that he did a pretty good job of sensing my uneasiness because I had a huge concern!
Based on their characterization of the recruiting profession, I was confident that I had the skills necessary to be successful; however I was very… Continue
Added by Ken Forrester on August 23, 2009 at 4:30pm —
Let’s not fool ourselves. We are not a loved profession. Clients often use us begrudgingly, some even with open hostility. I have sat in client board-level meetings and heard with my own ears, the resentment felt towards our industry. I have listened, squirming, while clients plan to avoid using recruiters and any third party staff providers.
Even before the downturn, the evidence was all around us. The rise of internal recruitment teams, the clear strategy to reduce use of outside… Continue
Added by Greg Savage on August 23, 2009 at 8:36am —
Just read out news about the tie-up between MicroSoft and Yahoo! that they are going to war against Google. Yeah! I think this relationship will show their charm on the Internet media what Google provide and offer to their customer at every corner of the world. It is the war for net advertisement, newest technology and the market share in the business segment. (Read Full Article at http://www.debudeodhar.com/?p=34)
Added by Aniruddha Deodhar on August 22, 2009 at 4:15pm —
I often refer to the line used by Burgess Meredith (Mickey) in the Rocky films in the early 1970’s that, while training Sylvester Stallone (Rocky), Mickey is insistent on the “need for speed.” “You need speed, lighting quick speed…” during my workday. A firm’s speed of delivery is one the best differentiators in how a company can stand out versus the competition.
As Sales and Recruiting professionals in an economy where competition is fiercer than ever, staff augmentation firms need… Continue
Added by Jeffrey Burkhardt on August 22, 2009 at 8:58am —
Jason Davis and I sat down at a desk of his a number of years ago when recruitingblogs.com was in it's infancy. To be honest, I think I was the 9th member to join up. There was definitely less than 20, and more than 5 members.. At one point, I had every single member as my "friend". I now have only 80 or so friends. Jason is both someone I respect professionally and a friend here in Toronto. Hats off to him.
Why the accolades now? Well, through recruitingblogs. i've met a contact… Continue
Added by Kalch on August 21, 2009 at 5:01pm —
I saw the other day that a new employee referral system launched called MyJobReferrals.com
I thought right away I should tell them that what they should really do is buy the domain name JobReferrals.com because it's better but then thought that they would have already if they were committed.
Added by Slouch on August 21, 2009 at 12:30pm —
JobRadio.fm is a public service project that myself and Peter Clayton (Total Picture radio) launched in October of last year. The ideas is to aggregate career advice podcasts into an internet stream that plays continuously 24x7.
The goal of the station is to help make people better job seekers.
We have recently announced an iphone/ipod touch app
so if you know a job seeker… Continue
Added by Chris Russell on August 21, 2009 at 12:15pm —
I’ve built various items with wood for many years. Some resemble furniture, others…well, they were interesting to create. Yet, apart from the sheer fun of cutting, chopping, paring, and (occasionally) pounding wood, I’ve also managed to extract a few lessons that have crossed over to my life in job boards:
1. Never cut first, measure second
. Translating to the job board world, that means you should take some time – a goodly amount of it – thinking about what your next big move… Continue
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on August 21, 2009 at 9:17am —
Look around you. Summer is almost over. Kids are back in school and traffic just sucks now. But, hey! You’re not sweating it. You got one more trip planned before you break out the mock turtle neck and cords. So here is what you need to do before you head out on Labor Day. Crank up that handy-dandy Out of Office Assistant to let everyone know you’re out of the office.
Here are some truthful and honest Out of Office Reply templates for Recruiters.
The “Conference or… Continue
Added by Michael Glenn on August 21, 2009 at 7:30am —
i followed the instructions to install. i was prompted to install .net 3.5 and i did that.
now i get a message " a necessary component for interacting with outlook not available, please install using setup.exe. when i try doing so, i get the same message again, how do i resolve? please help
Added by Surendra Kukreja on August 21, 2009 at 6:59am —
I'm continuing to interview successful job seekers and have just posted my interview with Ross Dreher. Check out what he did to find a job. You might even learn a thing or two.
Thanks again for being a part of this little social job search experience.
First, can you give a brief over view of your background and the circumstances that led to your unemployment?
My background is in IT sales, specifically as a software sales… Continue
Added by Duane Roberts on August 21, 2009 at 1:35am —