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Marguerette Lorah
5 months ago
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#overqualified 🙄

Trying for months to get a job. Lots of Distribution experience and IT, Quality. Been jerked around a few times with promises, or even offers after good interviews, then hear nothing. Yes I’ve followed up. Every interview says my resume is great and why am I applying for a lower position etc... well geniuses, maybe it’s because the higher positions aren’t choosing me and I need a job. I’m not afraid to work a ‘lower’ job. I’m broke now. I have nothing. Everyone says ‘anyone can get a job now’ and it’s not true. The lower level jobs either pay 1/4 of my former pay or they just don’t hire me because of my so called great resume. I’m so done with all of this.

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John Huang
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I’m sorry to hear about your experience. It sounds like you are in a tough middle ground. Have you tried removing experience off your resume for positions where you are overqualified? I agree that sometimes you just need to swallow your pride and get your foot in somewhere. Anyways I hope your luck turns around. I’m rooting for you. Please keep me posted on how things go!

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Lesa Bourgeois
5 months ago
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Drama at #Betacom

I was laid off because they closed down

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Benjamin Chansky
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Let me know if I can help you on your new job search. Sorry to hear you were laid off but hopefully this is an opportunity to get a new better job!

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Carollynn Dowdy
5 months ago
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A stressful #Backcountry.com day

Was sick and timmy timed how long i was in the bathroom and counted how many times i went to the bathroom

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Benjamin Chansky
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Oh no Carollynn, really sorry to hear that. First off I hope you are feeling better! Also you are a valuable employee and should feel free to be on the hunt for new opportunities!

What do you do for backcountry.com ?

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Carollynn Dowdy
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I was in packing i dont work for a company that treats you like that so i am with a temp service now.

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Carollynn Dowdy
5 months ago
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What I loved working at #Backcountry.com

There was nothing to love

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Nurullah Arslan
almost 4 years ago
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Researcher

Research in Biomedical Technology and Bioengineering

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Genevieve Legrand
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Hello Nurullah, Welcome to the Jobcase community! I did a search in your area and found a couple available bioengineer positions if you are looking for one. You can look at them and apply for any you are interested in.

You may also continue your search by using the following steps: 1.Click on “Jobs & Companies” at the top of the page 2.Enter a job into the search field that says “Position” 3.Click on the blue button to search for that position in your area 4.Once the list is up, click on the title of any you are interested in to apply. Please let me know if you need any further assistance!

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Rafael Bongco
almost 4 years ago
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Is It Just Me...

I am an IT professional currently in the job market. I live in a northeast state which is a suburb of NYC. In my state, we have two big companies which regularly post 6-12 month contract positions with basically the same requirements. This positions will pop up once a month. One of the company is in the health product business and the other is in the communication business. Since I’ve been looking for employment since February, I’ve noticed a pattern which is, to say the least, very interesting:

  1. The job requirements for each month are basically the same, give or take a few variations on the listed skill set.
  2. On the first day of the posting, I will get 10-12 calls from different recruiters/agencies but all of them are the same nationality/country.
  3. The calls originate from various out of the way states (Georgia, Missouri, Wisconsin, etc.).
  4. All these calls are prior to receiving an email regarding the job.
  5. All the callers insist on keeping you on the phone even if you tell them that you are driving or in a meeting.
  6. They will call your home phone if you do not answer the initial call.
  7. You eventually get an email afterwards with the job details and asking for a right to represent while offering 50%-75% of current market rate.
  8. Only the next several days will I get an email THEN a call from US based recruiters regarding the same job posting offering prevailing market rates. I’ve noticed this pattern the first few months I was looking but didn’t want to post anything about it since I might get blacklisted by every IT placement firm. Now, I’m just about fed up and wish this would stop so I can concentrate on legitimate job offers.
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Monica A. Gwynn
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How do they get your number to call you?

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Gregory Karanja
almost 4 years ago
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Solutions Architect – Security Job

This position is responsible for the overarching design of security solutions and systems to ensure the protection, integrity and confidentiality of customer, vendor, employee, and business information in compliance with organization policies and standards and have a consistent technical direction.

The Security Solutions Architect will utilize proven consulting skills to deliver security architecture, design and engineering services with a specific focus on the security domain.

Position Requirements

Security Methodology:

• Ability to design complex security systems that impact multiple infrastructure domains across IT Operations and Development teams

• Champion of the methodology by demonstrating ownership of the design aspects of the operations lifecycle

• Passionate about supporting & ownership of all areas of security systems

• Consistently shows the ability to mentor others in the production of all artifacts required of an Engineer, Analyst or Principal Analyst

• Analyze business and technical requirements to determine system design requirements, identify potential issues, and perform cost analysis related costs to each project.

• Ability to strategically analyze the risks, benefits and opportunities associated with a proposed design or solution

• Broad understanding of the business processes implemented across organization.

• Able to effectively estimate time required for technical efforts for projects of all sizes

Technical Expertise:

• Responsible for reviewing and mentoring the successful work of others in evaluating the business objectives, detailing security user stories/requirements and generating technical specifications for all security systems within IT operations.

• Demonstrated ability to design and implement security infrastructure, applications, networks, systems and equipment that impact multiple environments across all of IT.

• Proven experience designing modifications to existing systems, designing reusable components, and elimination of redundancy in designs throughout IT Operations.

• Demonstrate technical infrastructure architectural knowledge, playing a vital role in design of production, staging, QA and development infrastructures running in a 24×7 environment

• Experience in multiple large projects in leading the definition, selection, and implementation of security tools, technologies, and processes

• Establishes level of service standards and operating procedures for overall security system availability and individual system components

• Produce design documents to effectively hand over to other departments for successful implementation

• Knowledge of current and emerging industry technologies

Customer Interaction and Business Knowledge:

• Ability to understand the business requirements as well as provide a proposal of the appropriate security solution

• Broad understanding of the business processes supported across all team’s environments

• Ability to lead customer/project meeting(s) for project definitions, needs assessments and design reviews that impact all areas of a team’s systems

• Drives architectural consensus with the team while maintaining awareness with other teams

Leadership:

• Able to influence the security technical direction of others in order to drive all projects to successful completion within the architectural standards and guidance

• Proven ability to effectively communicate architectural standards and leading practices

• Ability to develop and deliver technical training and business understanding for engineers and analyst.

• Ability to drive through obstacles and time constraints to successfully deliver a project to completion

Additional Responsibilities:

• Partner with the Architecture team to gain consensus and establish security architecture standards, patterns, policies, and leading practices

• Investigating new technologies and techniques and researching ongoing industry developments

• Assist in forecasting security technology implementation budgets

SPECIALITIES:

Security Systems:

Cloud and SaaS Solutions, PaaS, IaaS,

Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)

Collaboration Technology

Web Application security

Tokenization and encryption solutions

Vulnerability management: Application Firewalls, SEIM, Anti-Virus, penetration testing

Data Loss Prevention, Secure coding and configuration standards

VPN technologies such as PKI, IKE, IPSEC, SSL/HTTPS and digital certificate

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Proven ability to effectively communicate concepts to a broad based team

• In-depth experience with security architecture design concepts and techniques and the ability to communicate those concepts to a broad based audience

• Experience in creating and designing security solutions throughout the team’s environment and effectively communicating the rationale behind the designs

• Broad understanding of all aspects of the team’s technical infrastructure requirements including scalability, and usability

• Proven experience with working effectively with multiple areas of the business community in order to gather requirements and translate those requirements into architectural designs

• Work with consultants to guide the security technology direction in order to meet the security architectural strategy

• Demonstrated ability to compare and contrast alternative approaches to meet objectives while assessing risk both quantitatively and qualitatively

• Possess strong organizational and time management skills

• Demonstrated flexibility

Education and/or Experience:

• Typically 10+ years within Information Technology with a concentration on Information Security, Application Security. Security design and implementation experience required.

• 4 year bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or IT related course of study preferred

• Experience in a broad range of IT systems (see Specialties section) required

• In depth knowledge of information security industry frameworks and standards NIST, OWASP, ISO-27001/2, SANS, Cobit and ITIL

• Information security practices such as PCI, ITGC’s, HIPAA and Privacy

• Security certifications (CISSP, CISM, MCSE, Security +, CCNA or CCNP) preferred.

If interested send your CV to : Dekwoodcareers@gmail.com

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Gregory: Thanks for posting this job opportunity to Jobcase! Can you tell us a little more about it? Like the company it's for, where the company is located, etc?

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Gregory Karanja
over 3 years ago
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Urgently need, Software Developers Utah

Angular and Go Full Stack Developer and a Build and Release Engineer with Jenkins Exp. urgently needed for job openings in American Fork, UT .

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hey Gregory, Are you looking for a job or posting a job? Let me know so I can help.

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over 3 years ago
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environmental+nanotechnology+research

My Dream from high school is to pursue nanotechnology and use it to help solve environmental problems on our planet or in the society. There is nothing more I would like in life other than this

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Ray Vandegrift
over 3 years ago
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Where should i go

While in school at itt tech i received an A.S. in architecture but work in the I.T. field and loved it, what should i do?

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Esther Pascal
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If you love what you currently do Ray, then I recommend to find a way to advance your career doing what you love.

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Marcus Jordan
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Hi Ray, Have you looked into remote (work from home) jobs? Forbes magazine put out a list of some top US companies like Amazon and United Healthcare Group with remote job opportunities. I think your degree and IT experience would make you strong candidate for some of these jobs. Take a look at the list and visit the company career sites to search for job openings. Here's the article - http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffkauflin/2017/01/05/23-blue-chip-companies-with-remote-jobs/#60da7b6018ae

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