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Candidate of the Week: SQL DBA/Developer

Candidate of the Week: SQL DBA/Developer

 

SQL DBA/Developer This award-winning, senior level Data Base developer is experienced in all aspects of SQL development and administration. He has experience in upgrading SQL Servers as well as designing and deploying SQL Server reporting services.
CW-5-23-16-1
Current Location Palm Beach County
Willing to Travel Palm Beach County and North Broward Area
Salary Range
$115K
Current Position SQL DBA / Developer
Skill and Experience Platforms and Servers:
Reynolds and Reynolds DMS, ADP DMS, IIS, Business Objects XI – XI R3 and Crystal Enterprise 7.0-10.0Tools:
RPM, Tivoli, Salesforce CRM, Team Foundation Server 2005-2010, Visual Source Safe, Erwin, Crystal Reports 6.0-XR2, DBArtisan, Toad for Oracle, Dundas,Great Plains 10.0, FRX, Microsoft Reporting Services 2005/2008/R2 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005-2010, RedGate SQL Monitor and ReGate product suite. Apex_SQL product suite.Databases: 
Access 97-2000, FoxPro, Oracle 8i-9i, Oracle 10g, MySQL, Microsoft Analysis Services 2000-2008, Sybase 10.0-12.1, SQL Server 6.0-2014.Programming:
SQL 6.0-2012, PL\SQL, MySQL, Crystal Server Pages ActiveX Scripting, SQL DTS and SSIS.Query Languages:
T-SQL 6.5-2012 PL/SQL Oracle 8i-9i
Education / Certifications Graduated with Associates in Science in Computer Programming and Applications.
Start Date Available immediately
Interview Availability Very flexible
Comments Candidate is based in Palm Beach County and is willing to travel to Stuart in the north to Coral Springs in the south.

If you have any question and to schedule an interview with this candidate, contact [email protected]

The NFL & Win10

The NFL & Win10

Our buddy Blain Barton plays real-time NFL/Surface success – Super Bowl deciding factor? If you’re an NFL fan you may have noticed how embedded the Microsoft Surface has become both on the side-lines and within the teams. Join Blain and Mike Downy, principal evangelist for sports partnerships, as they take a deep dive in to Microsoft’s partnership with the NFL.

Watch the video http://aka.ms/nfltnr

GetMyInterns – Interview @ May 18 Conference or at your office

GetMyInterns – Interview @ May 18 Conference or at your office

Miami-Dade County Public Schools has a new Summer Youth Internship Program sponsored by Miami-Dade County and the Children’s Trust who will cover the wages/pay if you hire a high school senior for an internship.

The suggested schedule is 40 hours full-time or 30 hours part-time The internship must run June 27th – August 1st. There is no liability for the employer as all interns are required to obtain student accident insurance.

Student Population: From the academies of hospitality and tourism, finance, information technology, engineering and health sciences and additional career and technical education programs.

Schools: High schools throughout Miami-Dade County

Method of Payment: Students will receive 3 payments

*   1st day on the job $106 to cover incidentals and metro passes
*   2nd payment week 3 $579 (stipend)
*   3rd payment week 5 $635 (stipend plus metro passes)

Supervision: A workplace supervisor from the employing organization will evaluate the intern twice during the internship and a M-DCPS teacher supervisor will be assigned to the intern and will communicate twice with the workplace supervisor and inter (one on-site visit and one phone contact during the 5-week internship period)

Post you internship openings through –  Miami.GetMyInterns.org

 

The Annual NAF Mega Student Industry Conference “Paving the Way to a Future Career” – is taking place at the Doubletree Convention Center on May 18, 2016.

1400 students will be able to view displays throughout breakfast and lunch. College/Company information will be advertised on the conference website (on College/Career Fair web page) and will receive mention in the conference program.

  • Feature your college/company to over 1400 high school students
  • Interview eligible students for internship or employment
  • $250 Registration Fee for a Display Table (Friend of the Conference Sponsorship)
  • Breakfast/lunch will be provided for one attendee at each display table.

Download Sponsorship Pledge Form

Download Career Fair Form

Or visit the Sign Up page to download Career Fair and Sponsorship forms

View the conference agenda

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Candidate of the Week: Digital Growth Marketer

Candidate of the Week: Digital Growth Marketer

 

Digital Growth Marketer. This Digital Global Growth Marketer offers a unique blend of art and science to drive double digit growth over web, e-Commerce and mobile platforms. Explore, discover and scale business growth by refining product-market fit, clearly messaging core value proposition and acting on global agile growth across all digital, social and mobile channels.
CW-5-9-16
Current Location Broward, Palm Beach Area
Willing to Travel Yes
Salary Range
 Performance
Current Position Growth Marketing
Skill and Experience
  • Digital and Social Marketing – omni-channel strategy and agile execution.
  • Digital Growth through high-tempo ICE (Impact, Confidence, Ease) methodology.
  • Speaker at Social Media conferences such as AllFacebook.
  • TED published thought leader on new forms of digital commerce (demand aggregation).
Education / Certifications MBA,  Wellesley MA.
Visa Requirements US Citizen
Start Date Available Immediately
Interview Availability Very flexible
Comments Fantastic multi-lingual candidate, independent thinker.

If you have any question and to schedule an interview with this candidate, contact [email protected]

Are we doing enough?

Are we doing enough?

I continue to meet South Florida residents who seem entirely unaware of the tremendous technology community that exists in our region. They are always surprised when I tell them about the wealth of technology courses available to students at our top ranked accredited Universities and Colleges. They shake their heads in disbelief when I explain the wealth of technological history, from IBM to Motorola. And they are amazed at the magnitude of tech companies like Citrix, Magic Leap and Ultimate Software.

Perhaps we need to widen our scope?

If you have similar experiences to share, please email me or leave a comment below.

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