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Java Consultant @ OH

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(JY) Positions: Java Consultant

Locations: Columbus, OH

Est. Start: 9/28/09

Est. Term: 2 -3 months

Bill Rate: $OPEN (All inclusive)

*** phone and in-person interview required ***

*** local or regional candidates preferred ***

Key Skills:

Java and experience with the Worksuite Portal, Work Objects, WebLogic, ServiceManager and iScheduler. Provide system documentation,… Continue

Added by Vasu Dev on September 16, 2009 at 2:42pm — No Comments

Core Java consultants. @ NJ

Hi Partners,

We have an urgent requirement from our client. Please send me the profiles ASAP

Title: Core Java consultants.

Location: NJ

Duration: 12m+

Rate: $ 35/hr on C2C.

We have an urgent requirement on core java consultants. Please submit me your consultant profiles ASAP.

7+ years of experience into core java is must

Min 3+ years of experience into financial sector in his… Continue

Added by Vasu Dev on September 16, 2009 at 2:36pm — No Comments

Business Analyst cum Project Manager


Business Analyst cum Project Manager - MOST URGENT

Looking for Business System Analyst cum Project Manager. I am not looking for a technical candidate.

Candidates should have experience in implementing Portal (websphere) projects.4 yrs

Candidates should have experience in CRM.2 yrs

San Jose, CA

3 months

Rate - $/per month for best candidates.

Please submit candidates those who are good.… Continue

Added by Vasu Dev on September 16, 2009 at 1:37pm — No Comments

Only 48 Hours left to Nominate!

We now have only 48 hours left to nominate your favourite recruitment websites for this year’s National Online Recruitment Awards. In a year full of incident for the recruitment industry, we have still received a huge volume of nominations so far. Dramatic developments throughout the year to the unemployment figures, have clearly been the focal point of most people in the industry; over 210,000 jobs have been lost on the past 3 months alone.

Further to that, the economic situation… Continue

Added by Stephen ODonnell on September 16, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Delivering the Bad News

It is not always a time to share all of what we know.

Good Recruiters give feedback both the good and the bad. Have you ever had a candidate tell you that they sent information or went on an interview and never got any feedback? If you are in a tight niche market you will certainly damage your reputation if you aren’t forthcoming…

But frankly in can be a minefield

What makes it a minefield?

1. Possible discrimination.

2. Negative information came… Continue

Added by Darrin Grella on September 16, 2009 at 12:36pm — 1 Comment

Engage, Transform, Energise!

I have seen some great blogs on this site but haven't posted one of my own. I thought I'd pitch in today with one that I posted on the Picture More blog site on August 17th.

Our blog is mostly aimed at candidates but I think this one's more widely applicable and if anyone enjoys it well that's good! Mr X loved it!...

Hello again, I hope you are well.

Do you remember (...) when we talked about… Continue

Added by Martin Naylor on September 16, 2009 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Physician Recruitment

What area of Physician Recruitment is most opportunistic currently? Where are you finding the most opportunity at this time? Candidate demand and inventory.

Any of the below areas?

Child/Adolescent Psychiatry
Emergency Medicine
Family Medicine
Internal Medicine
Pulmonary/Critical Care
Other Specialties
Other __________________?

Added by Dean Garamella on September 16, 2009 at 11:59am — No Comments

WAS/WCS Administrator

Location: Lake Success, NY

Duration: 6+ Months

Skills: WAS/WCS Administrator


Location: Lake Success, NY

On a scale from 1-7, 7 being the highest, communication must be at a 6 for oral and 5 for written

Description of Services:

Position Overview:

Our client is seeking an experienced Senior WebSphere / eCommerce Administrator /Engineer (5-7 years experience) who will be responsible for maintaining and… Continue

Added by Vasu Dev on September 16, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

C/C++ Software Developer

Looking for entry-level C/C++ Embedded Developer

- Strong background in C/C++
- Relevant wireless or telecom exp.
- B.S. in computer science, electrical engineering, etc.
- Embedded exp. is a plus

Location Dallas, TX.

If interested, please send updated resumes to

Added by Nikki Brown on September 16, 2009 at 10:55am — No Comments

District Field Marketing Manager


I am an onsite HR partner with Samsung here in Dallas, TX. I have been focusing for several months on staffing Samsung's field marketing team and they currently have an opening for a District Field Marketing Manager in Boston.

The hiring manager is looking for someone with at least 2 years in wireless (or related technology), 2 years in the field (store to store, B2B) stable job tenure, willingness to travel within a 60mile radius via personal car and a desire to… Continue

Added by Nikki Brown on September 16, 2009 at 9:57am — 3 Comments

Should job boards have resume databases?

In the beginning was the job post – a classified ad on the internet.

Then came the resume database – a collection of job seeker wit and wisdom, long and short, awful and awesome.

Employers and recruiters saw the resume database and liked it. They flourished.

Jump to now. I’m guessing that at least one-third of the job boards launched during the past year lack a resume database. What gives?…


Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on September 16, 2009 at 9:15am — No Comments

Recruiting for the Future

There are two types of companies – those that are growing and those that are slowly dying. This was a key lesson that I learnt some years ago from one of my mentors.

Trying to pick out a winner is not always easy, as some companies are suffering from the "boiling frog" syndrome, and it requires an alignment of the stars to get your selection perfect.

When we recruit for key roles, it is also vital to ensure we appoint candidates that have the potential for further personal… Continue

Added by Charles Van Heerden on September 16, 2009 at 3:59am — 2 Comments

How to attract the best applicants for your job ?

How many times have you had the displeasure of sifting through countless resumes and candidate applications only to discover them unfit for the job you can offer in your organization. First the hassle of shortlisting candidates from the bulk then, getting disappointed at the results after long-hour greulling interview sessions. How many of those candidates really fall through? Very, very few. The problem may lie in the fact that the candidates you are attracting are not the best you can attract… Continue

Added by HDot on September 15, 2009 at 9:29pm — 1 Comment

Recruiting, Today!

The world is run by the ‘people’. Any firm, organization or business’ potential of successful growth or failure depends upon how efficient its employees are. From one point of view, who you employ and how, is the most important, if not the most sensitive step any employer has to take. With the recession at our doorsteps, most Businesses today are doing their best to employ less and only if need arises. But need does arise. The best and those occupying the higher offices in any Company though… Continue

Added by HDot on September 15, 2009 at 9:28pm — No Comments

Human Resource- For the people.

The human resource department of a business is responsible for bringing together a competent workforce and creating a healthy work enviornment for the employees by dealing with different manegarial and administrative problems. These issues seem insignificant in the face of much bigger issues the business may deal with everyday; it is still imperative to know that without a human resource team, your business may not be as well-organized and your employees may not be as happy as they… Continue

Added by HDot on September 15, 2009 at 9:20pm — No Comments

Where has work ethics gone??

I seem to keep hiring these “rock stars” who have great potential, but so far don’t see it for themselves!?! They all seem to want more pay with the slightest bit of success, which to me is their actual job. I’m all for praise & rewarding my staff for a job WELL done, yet, they always seem to want a pat on the back for the slightest bit of task completion. I could set an atomic clock by quiting time, however, starting time tends to be flexible & always 20 min. after arriving. I swear I… Continue

Added by Steve van horn on September 15, 2009 at 8:25pm — No Comments

Cyclical Recruitment

Has it really been two weeks since my last post? Where do the days go?

We have received positive feedback from our ideas and thank you to all that sent us a message. Also welcome to all of the new members of the UK Recuitment Directors Group on linkedin. We added 50 new recruitment businesses in a week!

Professionally, I am pleased that August is out… Continue

Added by Jonny Hiles on September 15, 2009 at 12:43pm — No Comments

Top 10 "Most Desired" MBA Employers

Universum IDEAL™ has just released its annual list of the "most desired" companies to work for according to a survey of over 6,000 respondents from 58 top MBA programs around the world. Once again, Google takes the top spot (for the third year in a row). Here is the rest of the top 10:

1. Google

2. McKinsey & Company

3. Bain & Company

4. Goldman Sachs

5. Apple Computer

6. The Boston Consulting Group

7. Walt Disney

8. Nike

9. J.P.… Continue

Added by Ryan Pratt on September 15, 2009 at 12:12pm — No Comments

My Social; Network

I am constantly being asked to join a “Mafia Family”. I regularly get invited to “Link into” someone’s network. And I know that “My Face and My Space” has been accepted as friend and network resource from old classmates at PS 104 to contacts of current Governors and past Presidents of the US.

Am I really popular? I don’t think so. Might I insightfully provide wisdom that will lead to a lottery’s monetary value of wealth? As the “Magic 8 Ball” would say, “It is very unlikely.” What is… Continue

Added by Jack Young on September 15, 2009 at 11:45am — No Comments

Java Developer w Seam Web Application Framework @ NY

Title: Java Developer w Seam Web Application Framework

Location: Manhantt, NY

Duration: 6 Months

Rate: $open/hr


Minimum 5 years of Java experience

Core Java

Java-Based Web Applications

Seam Web Application Framework

Stateless Session Beans




Experience working with tight timelines


Experience at a… Continue

Added by Vasu Dev on September 15, 2009 at 11:42am — No Comments

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