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Oliver Lieu
2 months ago

Hello, hiring managers. I am looking for a job as a versatile senior full stack engineer with 9+ years of proven experience and strong skills in web development. I have worked on 40+ projects for clients in a variety of industries, consisting of projects on both front-end and back-end technology stack in software development. Especially, I can design and develop a product that will rock your world, plus your customers will like it. And I just want to say that my philosophy is to always build stuff that people use. Also, I am confident that I am offering the best deals possible, awesome feedback from our customers is a kind of proof of my best services.

GitHub: https://github.com/crystal-clear-moon LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/oliver-lieu Portfolio: https://oliver-lieu.herokuapp.com #workfromhome #engineering #application

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Patrick Coppedge
over 6 months ago

WANTED: EMPLOYEES OVER 50

Job Fields Promising For Workers Over 50

If you're over 50 and are looking for work or career change over the next three years, there is good news.

There are ten fields that will have great demands and are looking to fill those positions. Older workers could be great fits for many of these openings, according to a new report from AARP and IMPAQ International.

Many employers are “having trouble filling vacancies with qualified, well-trained workers,” the report says. That could translate into opportunities for workers over age 50. People in this group are more likely to face longer periods of unemployment after they lose a job. For employers and older job seekers, finding the right match could really be just a matter of looking in the right place, according to the report.

The other key for older job seekers, the report states, is to look at occupations that make use of the skills they have already developed during their careers. “Among older workers making career changes, those who are able to make use of existing skills in their new job tend to be more successful.”

Here are the occupations, expected to have the largest labor shortages over the next few years:

Sales Representatives, Wholesale And Manufacturing

These jobs include sales agent, sales representative, sales executive, sales consultant, direct salesperson and technical sales representative. Workers 50-plus are already working in this or a similar job making up nearly 10 percent of those employed. There is an expected high demand for employees in these fields in Colorado, Kansas and Maryland. These positions generally require at least two years of secondary education in the academic area of the product.

Computer Occupations

Occupations include programmers, computer and information research scientists, computer user support specialists, computer system analysts, information security analysts, and web and software developers.

Entry requirements vary from a vocational degree with on-the-job training to an advanced degree. This is one of the fields, that many workers over 50 may require additional training to work in.

Health Diagnosing And Treating Practitioners

Surgeons, podiatrist, orthodontist, optometrists, dentists, therapists, pharmacists, exercise physiologists, dietitians and nutritionsists and chiropractors are among the professions in this group. Many of these positions require extensive training and advanced degrees. As a result, many of the job openings are most likely to be filled by workers already in these fields or those wanting to come out of retirement..

Health Technologists And Technicians

This category includes jobs such as medical and clinical laboratory technologists/technicians, dental hygienists, radiologic technologists, and emergency medical technicians and paramedics. Many roles require extensive training and advanced degrees. The projected shortage for workers in these fields is predicted to be high in Minnesota and South Dakota.

Advertising, Marketing, Promotions, Public Relations And Sales Managers

These jobs consist of advertising and promotions managers; managers for marketing, public relations and sales and fundraising. These positions generally require at least a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.

Engineers

Engineer employment include aerospace, agricultural, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer hardware, electrical, environmental, industrial, materials, mechanical and petroleum. Of the all the fields experiencing a shortage of qualified workers, this is the one with the highest hourly wage, at $38.46. Most of these positions require at least a bachelor’s degree, with many requiring advanced degrees and extensive training.

Motor Vehicle Operators

These jobs include bus drivers, taxi drivers, chauffeurs, ambulance drivers, bus drivers, sales drivers, heavy or tractor-trailer truck drivers, light-truck or delivery-services drivers. Workers over age 50 are already an easy fit for these jobs as most of these jobs require a high school diploma and a few months of training. But the average wage of $16.62 per hour was the lowest of the fields with predicted shortages.

Financial Specialists

Jobs in this category are accountants and auditors, appraisers and assessors of real estate, budget analysts, credit analysts, financial analysts, personal financial advisers, insurance underwriters, financial examiners, credit counselors, loan officers and tax preparers. For almost all of these roles, at least a bachelor’s degree is needed. Many require a master’s or post-bachelor’s certificate.

Business Operations Specialists

These are positions such as claims adjusters, examiners and investigators; compliance officers; cost estimators; farm labor contractors; fundraisers; human resource specialists; insurance appraisers (auto damage); labor relations specialists; logisticians; and management analysts. Virtually all of these jobs require at least a bachelor’s degree, and most call for a master’s or some kind of post-bachelor’s certificate.

Operations Specialties Managers

Among the options in this category are financial managers and managers for administrative services, computer and information systems, industrial production, purchasing, transportation, storage, and distribution, compensation and benefits, human resources, and training and development. For these jobs, education requirements range from a high school diploma to postgraduate education.

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Jessica Nagra
3 months ago

Chinese Speaking Virtual Internship

GAO Tek Inc. is currently hiring virtual Chinese speaking interns! This is a great opportunity for students and new graduates to earn hands on work experience remotely.

If you are interested please send you resume to HR-Canada-TeamF@Gaotek.com with "Attn. Teodora" in the subject line.

#nowhiring #bilingual #Chinese #internship #tech #engineering #students

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
5 months ago

FEMA - Diversity Virtual Career Fair - April 23

FEMA and the Equal Opportunity Publications are hosting a (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) STEM Diversity Career Expo on Friday , April 23.

The expo is designed to bring industry and government together with members of minority groups, women and people with disabilities in the Science, Technology Engineering, and Math, (STEM) career disciplines.

Who is encouraged to attend?

  • Current college students
  • Recent college graduates
  • Entry-level job seekers
  • Experienced professionals

Anyone in who fits within these target of candidates with career interests in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.

Job candidates represent all members of minority groups and diverse cultures, including people with disabilities, women and veterans.

For more expo details and to register for this exciting FEMA career opportunity go to FEMA - STEM Diversity Career Expo

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Doing this will help expedite your job search journey by making it easier for great local employers to find and recruit you!

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#FEMA #STEM #Technology #Math #Science #Engineering #hiringnews #jobsearch #NationwideUSA #diversity

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Mauricha Smith
3 months ago

Lamb Weston🥔 is #HIRING! Our 🔸Boardman West plant in Oregon has multiple positions for all different skill levels from Process Quality Tech, Manifestor & Plant Engineering Manager just to name a few. #parttime #engineering #mechanical #careers #manufacturing #operationssupport Check out our careers page for more info: https://lnkd.in/g3GgJAR

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Christopher Mobley
over 6 months ago

Job Title: Machine Operator. This job is your typical entry level, 8-12 hour shift job with no benefits. This includes grave yard shifts for one month and the next is morning shifts.

I'm a 2year college grad looking for more opportunity that will not only feed me mentally but physically as well. I'm looking to further my education in the coming months, so I'm looking for opportunities as it relates to my intended major (civil engineering) or anything along the way that could acknowledge the education that I have accomplished and could possibly further my learning for the future.

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Saad Rasool
over 6 months ago

Attention: All Chemical Engineers.

I have done BSc Chemical Engineering in 2015 from Pakistan and looking for job since then. Moved to Texas a year ago for better opportunity but nothing progressive, still unemployed, (not even internship). Recently applied for Masters in Chemical Engineering in three schools (Texas A&M, Kingsville, University of LAMAR & University of Houston) and got acceptance letters too. As i was discussing job prospects after graduation with current students and some alumni, i was SHOCKED, many of them were still unemployed and few of them wanted to make some drastic change of career. I am a permanent resident and can work for any employer across USA. (Registered with NCEES and EIT in progress).
I want some advice and guidance from practicing Chemical Engineers. i.e. Job prospects and which school to prefer . If anybody out there, going through such phase, please share your experience and thoughts. Any help would be much appreciated.

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Sahithya Rengarajan
over 6 months ago

HP Nonstop Systems Engineer Must Haves: Tandem utilities including TACL, Spoolcom, Peruse, Enform, SQLCI, Netbatch, SCF, Viewpt, and VHS, FUP, TCPIP, Listener, SQLCI, NonStop OSS, CLIM/ ILO, SSH, DSMSCM, TMF, working knowledge of OSM Service Connection, Onboard Administrator and PATHWAY are required. Nice to Haves: Golden Gate Replication Knowledge, ASAP, XYPRO product Knowledge, Non-Stop SQL (MX), Database such as Non-Stop SQL (MP) Enscribe, VTS, Knowledge a plus.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Backup and Restore requirements
  • Address Hardware and Software error issues
  • System Software Updates OS, SPR (new releases or patches: NonStop)
  • Maintain system Startup and Shutdown files and procedures
  • Interfacing and assisting with Application Support
  • Supporting Yearly Disaster Recovery Test
  • Participating in Audit Reviews
  • Comply with all Information Security Policies.
  • Complete all security training, read ongoing security-related communications and acknowledge understanding of such communications as requested by Management
  • Complete compliance and regulatory training as requested by Management.
  • Ensure system patches are installed according to Vulnerability Management Program
  • Ensure systems are hardened based on approved security templates Thanks & Regards Sagithya 6787204898 sagithya@vdartinc.com
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Glen Randall
over 6 months ago

Safety Professional-Looking for employment in the Tampa Bay Florida area

25+ years experience in telecommunications-safety compliance/OSHA/DOT, training, inspections, investigations, incident reviews, safety committees, on boarding safety orientation

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Tihomir Markovic
over 6 months ago

Mr.

mechanical and marine engineer

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