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I am a recruiter working for a mid size (500 emp) manufacturer located just 30 miles east of Columbia in Camden. We are looking for a Network Administrator and I thought you would be able to refer me to a recent grad that has better than 3 years of hands on experience or could offer me a link to a University sponsored site where I can post the position below.
Position: Network Administrator
Reports to: IT Manager
I am a professor in the College of Education and I apologize for bothering you. I recently began a non-profit organization to help provide literacy resources to impoverished communities. I was wondering if you or any of your staff would be able to help me or send me to someone who could help design a webpage. I have the basic knowledge, but I would like my website to be much more impressive than what I am capable of. I am not sure who to contact (or if I am even in the right college) to find either a student or faculty member who might be interested in helping us get started.
Just wanted to let you know that the following coop jobs have been posted on the SCANA jobline:
Co-op Infrastructure Technician (workstation support) Job ID # is 962492
Co-op Applications Developer Job ID # is 962490
Both of these jobs are part time. Requirements and details are listed in the career postings at http://www.scana.com/en/careers/
Money Magazine has published a list of the Best Jobs in America. Of those, the following require (some more than others) one of our CSE/CE/CISE degrees:
1. Systems Engineer
5. Information Technology Project Manager
8. Computer/Network Security Consultant
12. Sofware developer
17. Business Analyst, IT
39. Computer Software program manager
40. Applications System Analyst
If you are serious about getting a development job, I recommend you file your resume with careers.stackoverflow.com. It only costs $1/year for students. They are just getting started so this might not be the thing if you need a job by December, but if you are graduating in May, this is for you.
It’s with great pleasure that the University of South Carolina is invited to participate in GEICO’s 2010 Achievement Award program. This program is designed to recognize exceptional undergraduate students majoring in business, mathematics and computer science. In 2010, we will offer over $75,000 in Achievement Awards to students across the country and we want your students to be included in our list of recipients!
From prof. Duncan Buell:
SC Educational TV is interested in a programmer for contract work on some Cold Fusion websites. They lost the old programmer, don’t have funds to hire someone full time, and are looking for someone on a contract basis.
My name is Katie, and I work for Epic in Madison, Wisconsin. Epic is a national leader in software development for healthcare systems, and we support some of the largest and most respected healthcare organizations in the country. Each year we receive resumes from students at University of South Carolina, and we are very impressed by the caliber of these applicants. It is clear that the professors and staff from your school are doing a wonderful job.