I recently a few months back was suddenly terminated on 11/30/18. I was with a company called Neurotech LLC based in Waukesha, WI for a year and 3 months. With that said I worked so hard I had averaged 50+ hours a week. When I came into this medical service company they had zero IT governance policy or procedure of any kind. They were literally shipping off patient laptops unencrypted to and from patient homes with patient video and PHI on them. I came in created Neurotech University (a security awareness training program the entire company had to use) I brought in and hired an in internal Sr. Software Developer Position, hired a computer technician at their IL location, automated all system patching, built a help desk from the ground up including change management and KPI essentially build a solid IT organization, which resulted in the obtaining their SOC 2 Type 2 Certification which also now made them a lot more profitable. Their claim to fame is that they were a "christian" company. During all this hard work I was also going through a divorce. When I had notified the COO that I was going through this his whole opinion of my changed. Suddenly there was a ton of weird one off meetings to the hiring of a CFO and CMO. This CMO came in demanding this and that which just weren't possible so I passionately told her what she was requesting wasn't going to happen. Keep in mind I just had my annual review told my overall rating was GOOD. In fact I also just received a 3.5% raise. Given all that I was called into the GMs office on 11/30/18 told that they thank me for my hard work but my services will no longer be needed effective immediately. I asked 3 times what did I do? They told me they were not going into that and the decision was final. I have now been unemployed for around 3 months worked a very short contract as it wasn't a great fit and now i'm divorced no money with three beautiful mouths to feed and I have never ever been this down in m life. I was not expecting this at all and they did this all right before the Christmas holiday of 2018. I have been thinking of contacting an attorney for for an wrongful termination suit. This has also drawn questions currently in my search "why the short tenure" Any advice is greatly appreciated.
What I love about being in IT is the ability to assist my customers with their computer issues. I started in the field of IT late in life; my passion is with helping customers, rather than being an IT Administrator. While I love learning as I go, practicing what I have learnt in school; I've not had the opportunities to do so, which limits my IT career to the Service Desk/Help Desk.
I am currently transitioning out of the military and cannot find an IT Project Management position in D.C. or NYC. I have applied several places and sent my resume. Any advice to get a call back?
Hi everyone, I hope your holidays have been great. My name is Rob Harwood, I have worked in the IT field for around 10 years. Last October I was laid off by my company. It was tough but I won’t let that get me down. I have gotten used to rejection lately as time and time again I have heard that they want someone else. I am a hard worker and want nothing else but somewhere to work and be a valuable asset. Thanks for reading and if you know anyone that needs a valuable IT guy let me know. Thanks! And have a great holiday
I have IT experience in SOX and PCI compliance, management of HP Testing tools for appiication testing. I am looking for a position in Project Management, Process Improvement or Auditing,
I just finished an Associate in Applied Science of Information Systems Business Intelligence Developer .Net Programmer and am interested in finding a position.
I'm interested in finding a position in San Jose CA with the skills that I learned in college in Information Systems BI Developer. If any ideas, please let me know! Here is my resume website: http://chrissingleton.ga/CSResume/
Hi, I am Seeking a position as a VP or Director of Information Technology for an organization that is innovative, has clear goals for their information technology department. I am looking in NJ and NY.
Please feel free to contact me for my skills and experience. firstname.lastname@example.org 201.388.1856
Good day everyone. I am rapidly relocating due to my father-in-law's decline in health and I am freaking out a tad because this means I may be jobless for quite sometime. I am relocating to Shreveport, Louisiana where IT jobs seem to be about "who you know". A little background: I just separated from the Air Force almost 2 years ago, with 9 years of Desktop support and 1 year of System Administration. The move has been granted because my husband is Active Duty and has received orders to do so.
Ok, now my question is, If I were to go to school full time to receive my degree, would that harm me in the future with getting back into the IT job world? I figured it would considering how quick technology updates and improves. Any advice would be great, thank you.
Hey. Good day. I am a SYBASE DBA (senior) w/ Rep Server experience, Disaster Recovery etc.. My previous work experience was as a systems and application developer - NYC Banks - programming languages including; Assembler (3GLs) Vis Basic, PASCAL, COBOL, you name it. ('C++' academically).
Here is a question for you: How can I get back into our field (Information Technology), after working as a New York State Department of State, Department of Criminal Justice Peace Officer for a number of years?
I am up to date on SAP SYBASE release 15.+ (study of release notes, white papers on P&T best practices etc..). I assure you I am highly motivated (and competent).
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