I am currently a 1st year irregular college student taking I.T. I transferred schools and my majors never got credited. But it's okay because i am slowly getting the logics in programming in Java. This next semester i am taking a System Analysis and Design(SADSIGN) and i am getting nervous because even though i am pretty good at logics, i am not that good at coding. But since it is a case study, we will be on group, we will be four i think. Project manager, Analyst, Documentation, and the programmer. I am asking what jobs i can get after graduating I.T. because what if i graduated I.T. and still not that good at coding, i am hoping that there will be a jobs that will require less programming. Like Database manager or in Multimedia or in charge of Network. So is there jobs that doesn't require hardcore programming skills?
Currently, I'm studying Private Investigation at The Academy of Court Reporting. I have plans to study Criminal Justice and Computer Information Security at ITT Technical Institute. Prior to graduating, I wanted to know what entry level jobs should I be applying for? I have extensive software experience and physical security experience. What jobs combine the two fields?
I am looking for a job that will allow me to travel more often and for long lengths of time. I know a guy that travels to europe a few times a year to weld staircases. He does well for himself and that is his only source of income. I like the schedule that he has. He works well under 50?f the year and makes more money than i do, with years less of experience in the construction industry.
India has tallented managers who can turn things here and there and make them work. Tallented people who are fastly adaptable. Intelligent and price sensitive market. Value for money. Strong fudamentals.... But GDP is d**n low and many things are actually hampering economy. If you know answer please give it.
I want to study civil engineering because it sounds exciting and I get to be outdoors, but I tend to hear some negative things said about them such as they like to drink, they are unqualified engineers, etc. What are some general opinions people have about civil engineers, positive and negative?
Also if there happens to be any Civil Engineers out there, what do you think of your jobs?
My brother becomes an IT manger in the HR management in a big multinational construction company. And kindly I want to know more about his job from a perspective of a computer engineer, programmer, network engineer, computer technician or network technician.
I need to write an essay on the above for a job opertunity for General Manager for a leading marketing company with sole selling/leasing mandates for projects .These projects are themed integrated township,golf residential community c*m corporate retreat.with township,SEZs, hotels,malls,India,s most futuristic condos, a business park and a cruise terminal.
If you do MCA than you can be a software engineer, team leader, project leader or project manager
and I heard that these jobs are Mind Torturing.
While MBA jobs are more comfortable and are in Managerial level and get high salaries.
Is there some truth in what i just said ?
Guys I have been part of telecom infrastructure project implementation for almost 9 years now and find that growth has become more or less stagnant in the field. I am seriously thinking on moving to IT Sector. What options are available and any crash courses which can help me move into IT Project Management field?
By the way I am a BTech+MBA(Marketing)
I want to join this program do any body know about it?
LEADERSHIP IN UNIQUELY CHALLENGING SITUATIONS
Dynamic, result oriented leader with a strong track record of performance in turnaround and high paced organizations. Utilize keen analysis, insights and team approach to drive organizational improvement and implementation of good practices. Superior interpersonal skills, capable of resolving multiple and complex (sales, human resources, legal, financial, operational) issues motivating staff to peak performance. Additional areas of expertise include:
•Strategy, Vision and mission planning.
•Sales & Marketing leadership
•Profitability and cost analysis
•Programs, services and products
•Billing, collection and cash management
•Contract negotiations & strategic Alliances
•Finance, Budgeting & Cost management
•Public relations & media affairs
•Policy and procedure development
•Licensing and trade mark
•Team building and Performance improvement
PRESIDENT 2007 MANUFACTURING CORPORATION… ERASED MA
President of a Food and Beverage manufacturing company that specializes in vitamin fortified teas and juices. It is an emerging leader in the food and beverage industry.
•Oversaw that manufacturing and production are completely in compliant with government regulations
•Conducted new business development activities as a way to promote the company’s products and services and build a relationship within the community and consumers
•Developed New product ideas for future trends and healthy consumptions to satisfy customer wants and needs
•Generally responsible for all aspects of marketing, Advertising and sales of company products
•Enhanced business infrastructure resulting in improved performance and cost reduction
ACCOUNT MANAGER/CONTROLLER 2005-2007 BANK CORPORATION…
Account controller of the leading provider of financial services to institutional investors. Their investment services include and not limited to research, investment management, trading services and investment servicing.
•Responsible for ensuring full compliance of divisional daily core operation standards, operational and client-specific procedures
•Monitored amount of income and post daily expense accruals based on client direction
•Calculated cash availability accurately to meet performance standards for limited complexity portfolios
•Work with fixed income and hedge funds
•Participated on a team responsible for merging multi-million dollar, complex companies. Project was transparent to customers with un-interrupted service
•Maintain daily/monthly supporting documentation for all outstanding items and records required for fund audits
•Calculate Net Asset Value per share
•Maintained heavy load of accounts; kept each account balanced and ready for daily investments
PERSONAL BANKER 2002-2005 FINANCIAL GROUP….
Banker for a $167 Billion commercial bank holding company. One of the 10 largest Commercial banking companies in the United States. Owned by the Royal Bank of Scotland.
•Opened new business and personal account
•Prospected for new business and personal clients with high net worth’s
• Responsible for closing loans approved by the loan officer
•Involved in setting up the new banking branches in the city
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Letter of recognition From Massachusetts State Senator,:
I'm peruvian and i'm only studing english and french.
i would like to travel to canada and work there but...
is it easy to get a job?
what could i do?
how much money could i earn?
how much money do you spend per month for living there?
i'd like to save some money.
what city do you suggest me?
good bye and thanks in advance :]
The sequester will happen (thankfully) a mere 3?f federal spending.
So, where should the cuts come from so that our guys don't have to do extended tours in Afghanistan?
Total cuts are 85 Billion - how about start with 25 Billion (half) of foreign aid
There's 615 billion in discretionary spending. i'm sure we can find something in there
What could a Mechanical Engineer do as a job when he graduates?
What could a Civil Engineer do as a job when he graduates?
Is Mechanical Engineering more wide-range and open to more opportunities than Civil?
What do you recommend?
PLEASE ANSWER!! What jobs pay well and what degrees do you need for them?
Andrew, Bill, Maria and Alexia all apply for a Senior Consultant job. Andrew worked as a Project Manager for a retailer, Maria was Logistics Manager in the Automotive Industry, Bill used to be a top IT salesman, and Alexia is a recent MBA graduate from a top business school. Based on past experience, which one of them is most likely NOT to get the job?
...when the sequester is just days away?
I was an IT Technical Specialist for years on the infrastructure side. I was never the nerdy/geeky type when I was younger, I just landed in IT and was ok at doing technical work. I got my MBA and project management certification in order to move up the ladder. I thought I was limiting myself by doing the techie stuff and thought I would be a good manager. To me project management was a stepping stone into management.
5 years later, I have discovered that project management isn't for me. In my last job I was put on a performance improvement plan because I wasn't cutting it as a PM. I was so miserable that I quit that job and was unemployed for over a year. I am 2 months into a new project management gig, I thought I'd try it at another place to see if that might have been part of it. But now I know what it is - I am not detailed oriented, I don't have this huge sense of urgency about keeping various tasks on schedule, I hate being "on point" all the time, the center of attention, the person driving meetings and having to talk. I'm not particularly organized. I'm the kind of person who prefers being given work to do, and doing it, and not having to be the go-to person all the time. So my question is, now what? I have been out of technology for years and not sure I want to go back to being a techie. But I can't continue in project management. Are there any natural jobs PMs can go into? Anyone been in a similar situation? I don't want to commit career suicide. Thanks for any help.
To places such as war zones, places hit by natural disasters etc.