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NIC Looking for ASP.NET Developers

Columbia has great talent and I am looking for software developers to join our growing team! NIC is focused on digital government and is a national industry leader. Our team in Columbia is dedicated to working with our SC government partners to build world class digital services for the citizens and businesses interacting with SC government.

It just makes sense to reach out to you to create a connection with the University of South Carolina’s College of Engineering and Computer Science and NIC – South Carolina Interactive.

SPAWAR Hiring Hundreds this Fall and Spring

SPAWAR is on a hiring spree this next year, many of them are Computer jobs and for their Charleston location.

We are looking to hire 150 college graduates and 150 Interns by January 1st. Then in January, we will repeat the same numbers.

If you want to be considered for a job then submit your resume at their jobs page. Click on the top-right where it says join the team.

SPAWAR will also be at the SET Career Fair, and Steve Lariviere from SPAWAR will be giving a presentation here sometime this semester. Keep an eye on /jobs for more info as we get it.

HPC and Applications Support: Graduate student position

15-20 hours/week

The Research Cyberinfrastructure group (http://www.sc.edu/rci) has an open position in support of High Performance Computing (HPC) and research applications. Practical experience in Linux administration and installation is required. Knowledge of Python, OpenMP, MPI and GPU programming is desirable. This is a great opportunity for a graduate student who can work 15 to 20 hours per week. For consideration, send your resume to rci@sc.edu with a subject line “RCI HPC position”. Please include your major, degree sought (MS, PhD) and expected graduation date.

Undergraduate Needed for Satellite Oceanography Data Processing

I am looking for an undergrad to work in my NASA project "Estimation of freshwater Flux from the Arctic Ocean" Starting from August 15, 2017 (possibly for Fall & Spring semesters). This project involve lot of satellite data processing and analysis, and Global ocean model data processing and analyzing. I am looking for an undergraduate student who is very good programming, and handing large data sets (Big Data), knows NetCDF etc, and processing in Matlab. The student can work up to 20 hours a week. The student must be an US Citizen and Junior/Senior.

Account Management/Developer in Charlotte

Hello!

My company is a small start-up marketing firm and we are based in Charlotte, NC.

We are looking for an immediate hire for an Account Management/Developer position. This role will have BOTH account management responsibilities as well as a need for development, particularly with SQL.

This is a full-time position with benefits. Some travel may be required.

Salary is commensurate with experience and SQL abilities.

Experienced Java Developer at TM Floyd & Company

TM Floyd & Company is recruiting for an experienced Java Developer in the Columbia, SC area.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Working on cloud and virtualized machine learning analytics systems
  • Designing and developing efficient and scalable back-end products as part of the R&D development team

Qualifications:

Systems Engineer I at Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office

This position is located in the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office. Incumbent will, under general supervision work with the Health and Demographics division's development team, system architect, and IT silo to build out, secure, maintain, monitor, and troubleshoot the development infrastructure for the Phoenix project. Independently researches, plans, and implements automation and performance improvements across the application systems. Coordinates with IT to establish PaaS-like (Platform as a Service) offering for the development team.

Instructor of Computer Science at USC Salkehatchie

The University of South Carolina Salkehatchie invites applicants for an Instructor of Computer Science to begin August, 2017. This is a nine(9) month, non-tenure track position. Duties include teaching four(4) undergraduate computer science courses each semester. Summer school teaching opportunities may also be available and depend on student need/requests. Salary range is $42,000-$45,000 +state health benefits. A Master' s degree in computer science is required .

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