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I apologize for this interuption, but with the job market as it is I thought some of you may know someone looking for a good opportunity for a 6 month contract doing Citrix engineering. At AgFirst, we are doing a major project to overhaul the Citrix infrastructure, upgrade to XenApp 5 on VMware Vsphere servers, and utilizing many high end Citrix tools such as provisioning server and EdgeSite.
Job Title: Web Developer BGTIME.org
JOB SUMMARY: The developer will lead the continued development of the project’s primary website, maintaining the current integration of emerging technologies, to provide more efficient processes for day-to-day publishing of the project’s digital media content. These efforts must result in improved usability, presentation and publishing processes..
Looking for a job in Charleston? check out the Charleston Digital Corridor. Go under members to find a list of companies, many of them software companies and all of them dealing in technology, located around Charleston. And, of course, check out their job listings. Check out their video:
The REUs from other universities are starting to come out. These are incredible opportunities. Don't pass it up!
from prof. Buell:
I was over at the career fair yesterday. In case you weren’t, and in case you are interested in summer jobs (whether or not they are formally called “internships”):
Most of the companies I talked with were specifically interested in getting summer hires.
Kenya Hunter, USC CS grad from a few years ago, now at Vanguard (investment company) in Charlotte, said she was specifically hoping to get summer people lined up. Vanguard is a large company that is often ranked with the best companies to work for.
This is a reminder that the URS Corporation will be recruiting in the lobby of Swearingen on Tuesday, February 16th from Noon – 3:00 pm and in the lobby of 300 Main on Wednesday, February 17th from Noon – 3:00 pm. Please take a moment on one of these days to stop by and chat with them about potential careers at URS. They will have tons of free goodies to give away, as well as lots of good advice on future careers. Please be sure to take advantage of this opportunity.
The Association of IT Professionals meets every month. If you plan to go into network or systems administration (aka IT) you should be attending. This month's meeting is:
Our next meeting is Wednesday February 17, 2010.
Subject: So You Want to Be a CIO?
Speaker: Karl McCollester
Date: February 17, 2010.
Location: Carolina Coliseum Room 1024