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Jul 02 2014 ryacobellis

MindSumo opportunity to get introduced to employers

Posted July 2, 2014

For the first time ever, MindSumo is introducing students directly to recruiters. Whichever company you want, whenever you want. This could have a huge effect on your networking and job prospects.

In order for us to make introductions, we need to know that you have relevant skills. The only way for us to do this is if you list your skills and use our new endorsements feature. Once you get 3 skill endorsements, we’ll reach out about who you’d like to be introduced to.

Skills and endorsements are right on the home page now, so all you have to do is login here: www.mindsumo.com.

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Jun 22 2014 ryacobellis

2 Argonne National Laboratory paid CS Co-op positions available (US citizens only)

Posted June 22, 2014

Argonne National Laboratory, one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) major research centers, is pleased to announce opportunities for college and university undergraduate students participate in the Laboratory’s ongoing programs.

The Nuclear Engineering Division at Argonne National Laboratory is looking for two part-time Computer Science Co-op students to work in the National Security Information Systems section. The section
develops and operates national security related IT systems for various sponsors and projects.

Compensation: The salary range is from $13.34 to $16.66 per hour based on academic rank, academic discipline, and prior experience.

Hours: Students are preferred to commit at least one year of work which include 19 hours per week while classes are in session, and full-time during summer and academic breaks, with some adjustments for final exams or major academic project work.

Contact: Please send résumé and letter of reference to Lee Ann Ciarlette leeann@anl.gov. Please contact Lisa Reed lisareed@anl.gov for information on the Co-op Program or visit our website at www.dep.anl.gov for application materials.

See below for more details.

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Multiple positions available on the CyberCoders website: http://www.cybercoders.com/jobs/.

Posted June 22, 2014

The CyberCoders website claims to have the most IT jobs in the world from a single source. You can create an account and sign up for job alerts at their main website, http://www.cybercoders.com/?logo=1.

Search for jobs using the term software (there were 3387 “software” jobs posted as of June 22, 2014, 3296 full-time & 91 contract, but no Internships).

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May 02 2014 ryacobellis

USG IT End User Computing year-long paid internship opportunity

Posted May 2, 2014

USG has made available a paid year-long internship requiring 20-30 hours per week starting in mid-May to June, 2014. There is an opportunity for this position to become full-time after the internship is completed and upon graduation. Please see the following job description for more details. Note that since this is a year-long internship you could use it for 3 credits of COMP 391 in Fall, 2014, and 3 credits in Spring, 2015.

To apply, please use this link: https://usgcorp.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=HQ+10218&lang=en&sns_id=mailto; you can use Juan Favela, jfavela@luc.edu, as a reference – Juan was an intern for USG in this position this past year.

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Apr 29 2014 ryacobellis

job search articles and podcast

Posted April 29, 2014

If you are looking for a tech job, you might find this two-part article interesting. It provides a different perspective on the tech recruitment process.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/23/opinion/sunday/friedman-how-to-get-a-job-at-google.html

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/20/opinion/sunday/friedman-how-to-get-a-job-at-google-part-2.html

In addition, here is a related audio podcast from someone who used to be a developer and then started advising candidates on the search process.

http://extroverteddeveloper.com/podcast/2012/8/30/extroverted-developer-18-gayle-laakmann-mcdowell.html

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Apr 27 2014 ryacobellis

Fall, 2014, undergraduate internship position: Loyola Phoenix Webmaster

Posted April 27, 2014

The Loyola Phoenix, the university’s student newspaper, is looking for people to hire to be part of its staff next year. They have reached out to the Computer Science department in particular to fill their new Webmaster position. The Webmaster will be in charge of making sure the Phoenix’s website runs well, and of managing it along with section editors and with Esther Castillejo, the new Editor-in-Chief. They would prefer an undergraduate student to fill the position, mostly because The Phoenix’s staff consists mostly of undergraduates in the Schools of Communication, Business and Arts and Sciences.

The position is part-time and the Webmaster would be expected to work eight to 10 hours per week. He/she would be working primarily in troubleshooting and managing the web site, carrying out layout changes, and uploading content to the CMS during production day on Tuesdays. The Phoenix is looking for someone who could help develop their online platform and improve their web site. This is a paid position, and the person selected would be paid minimum wage.

The Webmaster would start working with the Phoenix staff the very first week of class in August and would work up until the end of the semester, when students leave for Winter break. The start date would be August 25.

All applicants are required to send a resume and short cover letter to ecastillejo@luc.edu.

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Apr 22 2014 ryacobellis

Full Time Programmer Position in NU Psychology Department:

Posted April 22, 2014

Visual Cognition Laboratory
Department of Psychology
Northwestern University
Preferred start date: July 1st, 2014

We are seeking applicants for a Programmer position in the Visual Cognition Lab at Northwestern University (Prof. Steven Franconeri). The position involves analysis and visualization of eye—‐tracking data, programming experiments for deployment on Amazon Mechanical Turk, assisting lab members with their code, and light maintenance of lab computers.

Candidates should have an undergraduate degree in computer science or a related field. The position is ideal for a recent college graduate considering graduate study. Knowledge of javascript, Matlab, and/or python programming languages is desirable. Previous research or statistics experience, and interest in information visualization (e.g. http://d3js.org/) and/or human—‐computer interaction are also a plus.

The laboratory is part of Northwestern University’s Psychology Department. The laboratory website is available at http://www.psych.northwestern.edu/~franconeri/lab/. Women and members of under‐represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please send a brief statement of interest, a CV or resume, and contact information for 3 references to Kevin Hartstein (cresap112@gmail.com).

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ContextMedia Full-Time Systems Support Engineer Position

Posted on April 22, 2014

We are looking to hire more great talent for the ContextMedia Team!

Systems Support Engineer for ContextMedia

Location: Chicago, IL Department: Network Operations

Type: Full Time Min. Experience: Mid Level

Who We Are

ContextMedia is a health information services company, building digital media technologies to deliver lifestyle education to patients to improve health outcomes. Headquartered in Chicago, we are the fastest-growing company in the industry impacting millions each month through contextual and actionable video programming in physician practices nationwide.

ContextMedia is a high-growth entrepreneurial organization where hustle and grittiness is in our DNA. We’re creative problem-solvers who fight until we win. Our close-knit team works in a non-hierarchical organization with transparent communication and individual ownership over outcomes. ContextMedians are fun, passionate and authentic — striving for excellence.

For more information, see: http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20140404/ISSUE02/140409882.

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YogaDex Independent Study Opportunity

Posted April 22, 2014

Computer science undergraduate looking for fellow student to join him as a co-founder of a new start-up. As a co-founder, you will be compensated with equity in the company. In addition to increasing your technical skills, you will be exposed to other aspects of running a startup: business, marketing, and sales.

The company/project has the current support of Professors Laufer and Thiruvathukal. You will be eligible for six credits of either 391/398.

Company Vision:

To utilize technology to optimize yoga and fitness studios’ schedules to better serve their clients real-time availability. We add value to studios’ services by increasing customer satisfaction and retention. Our social-sharing feature will improve studio’s marketing reach.

Objectives:

Build a Flask program to send and receive SMS messages using Twilio. Compose database queries against the SMS data-set.

Build a tablet App utilizing the camera to link QR-codes to Facebook Accounts. Allow a customer to scan their QR-code to automatically check-in on Facebook.

Skills Preferred:

  • Python
  • HTML 5 & JavaScript
  • iOS or Android (Obj-C or Java)

If interested, send your resume and describe your interest in the opportunity to blake@theyogadex.com. Regardless of your existing experience, don’t hesitate to apply. You will build your experience with the aforementioned technologies during the summer.

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IT Convergence (ITC) Job Openings

Posted April 22, 2014

IT Convergence (ITC) is a global enterprise application service provider specializing in Oracle Consulting, Development & Testing, Education & UPK, Enterprise Cloud and Managed Services. Since 1998, we have partnered with over 600 companies to help our customers streamline the process of upgrading, customizing and supporting their ERP environment.

To support our sustained business growth, we are currently looking to invest in college graduates who are competitive, result-oriented and demonstrate a strong desire to succeed.

We currently have job openings for Oracle UPK Consultants and Inside Sales Representatives.

By working with ITC, our employees enjoy the benefits of:

  • Partaking in a dynamic, flexible environment
  • Working in collaboration with an international workforce
  • Developing their professional skills and advancing in their career
  • Earning competitive salaries and benefits

Above all, we are proud of being a global organization. In addition to providing opportunities for US citizens, we are enthusiastic about employing international students who may be in need of a sponsor, offering them the possibility of relocating to Costa Rica, China, India or Brazil after a year in the US, and to come back to the US on year 3 with an L1 visa.

If you know any graduating/newly graduate students who fit this description and would be interested in becoming part of IT Convergence’s family, please email us at: renocareers@itconvergence.com.

Likewise, please invite this person to check out our Careers page.

Sincerely,
Dean Welch | Executive Partner

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