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WANTED BY THE FBI –
A CYBER INTELLIGENCE ANALYST
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINAWant to put your knowledge of cyber viruses, malware, trends, techniques to work? Want to assist in strategic sharing of intelligence with others?Like to brainstorm and work with others?The Columbia Division of the FBI has an opening for a Cyber Intelligence Analyst. A four year degree is required in a preferred discipline relevant to Computer Science. You will undergo a background investigation for a Top Secret clearance and must be able to pass a drug test and a polygraph examination. If selected you will go to an 8 week training course at the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA. Initial salary range is GS-7 ($38,117) to GS-12 ($95,010).Please respond to Julie.Johnson@ic.fbi.govwith your resume if interested by 9/18/09.
The NACE salary survey for the class of 2009 came out this summer and it reports starting salaries for computer engineers at $61,738 and for software engineers at $65,618, the highest reported starting salary:
This is David Hutson with USC Athletics. I am seeking an intern to help with Desktop Support.
Here is what I am looking for and some of the job duties:
· Freshman or Sophomore
· Desktop and Laptop Troubleshooting
· Able to install and maintain printers, software, and hardware.
· Computer Imaging Experience
· Virus removal
· Excellent Communication skills
· 20 hrs/week $9.00 hr
You probably know Upstairs Audio in Five Points. Joe Azar is interested in hiring an intern/part-time-r for some web work and then some.
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
From: Joseph Azar
To: BUELL, DUNCAN A
We are Chipco Computer Distributors, inc. in Columbia South Carolina located Northeast Columbia. We manufacture personal computers desktops, laptops, servers and rugged PC.
We have recently been awarded a state IT contract where we need experience in the following fields:
Opportunity Knocks Part-Time Job Fair http://www.sc.edu/career/Fairs/PTJweb/student.htm
Wednesday, August 19
12:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Russell House Ballroom
*Click on the link for more information about the fair.
It is the beginning of the semester and new students will be choosing and changing their major. Below is a chart that might help in your decision:
Annual pay for Bachelors graduates without higher degrees. Typical starting graduates have 2 years of experience; mid-career have 15 years. See full methodology for more.