Archive for ◊ August, 2012 ◊

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• Friday, August 24th, 2012

This is a guest post from Dev Ittycheria, a partner at Greylock Partners. One of the most daunting personnel decisions an enterprise software company CEO has to make is hiring a new head of sales. Make a great hire and the company’s ability to scale increases dramatically, accelerating growth and creating value for everyone involved. Make […]

• Friday, August 24th, 2012

Imaging Software Engineer – Medical Devices Location: Northeast >>> Click here to apply online <<<  Position Requirements include: • Bachelors degree in Computer Science or related fields. • 5+ years of diagnostic imaging software development experience. • Expertise in the following programming languages: C++, C#, ASP, Java, HTML, and Javascript. • Expertise in OO design, Service Oriented […]

• Friday, August 24th, 2012

IT Project Manager – Medical Devices Location: MA/RI/CT area >>> Click here to apply online <<<   Position Requirements include: •  Bachelors degree in IT or related fields. • 5+ years of experience in class II medical devices. • ITIL knowledge as it relates to the service lifecycle. • Expert knowledge in healthcare diagnostic software […]

• Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

With the medals handed out and the games concluded, we can take a look back at the months and years leading to the Olympic games. Top athletes selected to represent each country’s Olympic team were picked from the best, after many try-outs and judging competitions. Based on the toughest criteria, these decisions were a result […]

• Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

You’ve sent in your perfectly manicured résumé and flawless cover letter. You’ve researched the company and gave brilliant responses to tough interview questions. You’re probably a strong candidate—but forget to smile, slouch in your chair or fail to make eye contact during the interview, and you could be out of the running. “A candidate can […]

• Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

The rules haven’t changed, but as we enter the era of mobile communication, it is important to consider email etiquette more than ever. There are several reasons why appropriate email etiquette should be important to you: Respecting others time Presenting yourself and your affiliations in a professional manner Portray yourself as being technically astute (*whether […]

• Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Terry Weaver and his colleagues at the Chief Executive Boards International have little patience for “toxic employees.” The group normally is quick to encourage members to fire an employee whose presence is a “cancer” on the company, said Weaver, who serves as CEO of the organization that provides ideas and advice to business owners and leaders. […]

• Friday, August 17th, 2012

Your average job seeker just doesn’t “get” what a recruiter does. This is apparent to anyone that’s ever heard a friend or relative complain about a recruiter “not finding them a job.” If you’re planning on working with recruiters or with a staffing firm, here are a few things to keep in mind. Tips for Working with […]

• Friday, August 17th, 2012

by John Lees  |  11:00 AM August 15, 2012 Why do some job hunters give up when they are just in sight of their goals? I’ve just seen Simon, a client who has been looking for a job for 6 months. Like many people on the market, he started out optimistically but has given up — not […]