Things like Software development, website design, software engineering. I am going into the IT field but I wish to know what options are available. If possible, could you please put in a short description with the job name. Thanks in advance.
It's a government job and the ministry focuses on the service delivery, planning and business development
what's the most important factors that influence the success or failure of a project?
thanks a million!!
Hi I'm interested in aeronautical engineering when I leave school but I'm not sure what it entails, can anyone give me an in depth description of the nature and range of the work done by aeronautical engineers????
I got this email twice early this am. You would think an IT company would have a website.
Our company is glad to offer you a job as an Assistant Manager. We believe that your knowledge, skills and experience will be among our most precious assets.
Our company is famous for its effective solutions in creating, software integration and its administration. Our chief field of work is Internet. We work for our clients, living in various places all over the world. IT Ltd is mostly concerned with web application development and software development. Also the company pays much attention to more efficient options, fulfilling web design projects for the customers on web design, helps to arrange work with affiliates. Our company is aimed at developing sound, yet easy and effortless solutions for all our clients. The biggest number of customers is represented by USA consumers.
Description of the offered position :
Working out tax reports and reports of internal use
Studying and determination of ways of solution
Announcement of information to clients
Estimation, organization, keeping up and exploration of complex data Organization of payoffs straight from clients to employees using money transfer systems
Looking after expenses of the company
Performing administration work
Conference calls arrangement with meeting organization
Our Assistant Manager must have brilliant communication skills and being proficient in the following field:
Computer skills and typesetting
Skilled usage of Microsoft Word, Excel
Working hours are 9a.m. to 1p.m.
Should you accept this job offer, per company policy you'll be eligible to receive the following beginning on your hire date.
for 2 weeks of training|trial) period - 1800 USD
for a full-time position - 4500 USD per month, paid in biweekly installments by direct deposit
401k retirement account
Health, dental, life and disability insurance
Vacation and personal days
Income protection plans for employees.
To accept this job offer please let us know the following details:
1. Enter your name completely:
2. We need to know your full address:
3. Cell is necessary to contact you:
4. Home phone number:
5. Your e-mail for a quick contact:
We at IT Ltd hope that you'll accept this job offer and look forward to welcoming you aboard.
IT Ltd is ready to show you the world outside and provide you with unique opportunities to live the way you deserve.
Hiring Coordinator, HR Department.
I get a homework to review about accounting software for small business.
can u help me?
What is job of network consultant
2) What is the job of an SAP Technical Consultant?
What i am trying to know is the difference in the work of a Technical and a Functional Consultant. I do have the generic differences but would like to know more about the same.
3) How feasible of how viable would it be for me who is currently working as an HR Recruiter to move onto Functional SAP HR Consulting? Also, how sensible would it be??
Also, which private institutes in Bangalore apart from Siemens could i undergo training with and how relevant would that be?
WOUL REALLY BE THANKSFUL IF I COULD GET CLARITY FOR ALL THE 3 QUESTIONS AT THE EARLIEST. PLEASE DO HELP ME OUT.
Im about to start a degree in geology in a college in Australia . Its a 3 year bachelor degree in science. And Im also going to do my masters in Geology and hopefully to my phd in the far future. Is a 3 year degree enough to become a geologist or do I need to do another year after that (honors)?
And I'm also planning on going back to America to do my masters (i was there before and i went to high school there in chicago)
And what kind of jobs are available for me with a masters degree and what is the average salary or starting salary?
(and i dont want to be a teacher or lecturer) i would love to go into paleontology, but i heard there isnt much money in that.
I need an engineer who has graduated college to answer these interview questions for me:
1. Your name and your place of work
2. What is your current title?
3. What degrees do you hold and when did you get them?
4. Where was your first job in the field after college?
5. How long have you been in your current position?
6.What kind of training did you get on your first job?
7. Describe a typical workday.
8. What technical skills are needed for your job?
9. What non-technical skills are needed for your job?
10. What areas of engineering do you see for growth in your industry?
11. What recommendations would you make to a college student pursuing a degree in Engineering?
Hi folks...Which field in I.T. is in demand..as in upon getting the certification it will be highly recongnized, well sought after and a good starting pay among the listed below...
1. Linux+ / RHCE - Linux Administrator/Support
2. CCNA - Network Administrator/Support
3. Data Centre Professional - Facilities Manager
4. Oracle/SAP - Database Administrator/Support
5. AS400 - Administrator/Support
6. Web Designer/Master - Designing/maintaining web
Any answer appreciated.......
I wanted to know the difference between MBA-IT and MBA-System in brief and scope in india once I complete the course.
I am going to school in the summer and hope to start on my Microsoft Professional Certificate, and also eventually getting my LAN Specialist Certificate, do you think this will help me get an entry level position in the IT field as opposed to getting an associates? id like to be tech sup post.. Please give me your advice.. Thanks
Here are details.. LAN TECH CERT
This certificate prepares students for entry-level positions as a data communication specialist in the information technology profession. Common career titles include LAN specialist, LAN system administrator, LAN design specialist, LAN engineer, and many others. The LAN Technician certificate prepares students for rewarding careers at the forefront of the information technological revolution. Students will examine the installation, maintenance, repair, and design of local area networks. Students receive hands-on training in network operating systems, user administration, network security, and LAN switching and bridging design.
This program also helps students prepare for N+, CAN, MCP, and CCNA certification. Graduates of this program possess a wide range of product knowledge as well as hands-on experience in hardware and software installation and support. This program is intended to lead to employment. If you are considering transferring to a four-year college or university to obtain a bachelor's degree using the courses from this program, make an appointment with an academic advisor to review your options.
This program is designed for individuals just beginning training to pursue a career in Microsoft LAN (local area network) management, as well as those already working in industry who need to upgrade their skills for on-the-job tasks, new supervisory responsibilities or career growth. This program is intended to lead to employment. If you are considering transferring to a four-year college or university to obtain a bachelor's degree using the courses from this program, make an appointment with an academic advisor to review your options.
Nature of the Work—This program prepares you for an entry-level position in the information technology field. Graduates of this program may administer, install, maintain and troubleshoot data communication systems. The program includes operating systems, server, directory, and TCP/IP Microsoft introduction and the integration of the Internet in the corporate enterprise network.
Job Related Titles—LAN Technician, Cisco service representative, Technical support specialist, Network or computer system administrator, Computer support specialists
I think I will work on the certificates, then once I can get in the door of an IT position, work towards my degree... Just want to get in the door so I can learn while working towards a Degree. Hoping Certificates can get me in the door though!
I have 1 yr(approx) exp in java & j2ee then 1.5 yrs exp in IT but non programming track i.e. indian language localization support track, now i am thinking to take sap (ABAP or BASIS) training for recovering the gap. Previously i have 4 yrs NON-IT exp too before entering in IT track.. I am 35 yrs old. My qns is....
1) Have i taken right decision ?
2) If yes, which one i need to prefer SAP ABAP or BASIS ?
3) If No, suggest me what i will do ?
4) If i do sap then i need to start from base(will join as a trainee after sap training) then is there any problem i will face in future for getting job on behalf of my age ?
I just got a blackberry off ebay and I was wondering if there was anyway that I could use the email function without having to buy the package through my wireless carrier!
So, currently I am in the Management Information Systems Specialization at OSU. I've had an interest in computer. I really enjoy Microsoft Office, and I enjoyed beginning programming last quarter. However, I'm in an advanced programming class, and not enjoying it. The book is unreadable for me, I absolutely hate reading it and learning on how programs work, I could care less. I never minded the actual programming before; however, we just received our first lab, which is overwhelming, and then I started wondering if this is what I actually want to spend my remaining two years here, doing. This just came on strong today, I don't know if this is a normal feeling eveyrone gets, that I should try and stick it out, or if I should actually change majors. I don't even want to look at the book anymore or try to figure out some code right now.
Before this I was in Human Resources, and comtemplating between these two specializations. I don't know if I should back into that.