Archive | April, 2006

Linked In Growing

29 April 2006

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I’ve been impressed with the new additions LinkedIn has released recently.  One of them is the new dashboard when you login that tells you things going on in your network. It has been interesting to me noting who of my connections are actively adding people to their networks.  As I have been passively watching, the number [...]

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Extending An Offer on Friday?

29 April 2006

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I want to dig into this article more, but one point really jumped out at me: [this] has led us recently to a new policy of not extending offers on Fridays. The extra time over the weekend leads to unnecessary complications as friends, relatives, and neighbors weigh in on the details and give what amounts [...]

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Job Post vs Search Trending

29 April 2006

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Dennis Smith at talent bloggers mentioned this worthy bookmark to peek into what jobs people are searching for there these days on the jobster network: The jobster folks look at all the people searching on Jobster.com over the past 7 days and summarize the most popular keywords and locations. Risers are the search terms that have [...]

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What’s Under Your Nose?

28 April 2006

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There’s something going on behind your back that you should know about. And, unfortunately, by the time someone in the Executive Suite notices, it will surely be too-late. If you’re having a hard time recruiting right now, there’s good news and bad news: The good news is that your competitors are, too.  The bad news [...]

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Tech Radio – April 22, 2006

23 April 2006

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Option 1: Click the PLAY button to stream the Tech Radio show. Option 2: Subscribe to the Tech Radio podcast. When you subscribe to the Tech Radio podcast, you’re guaranteed to automatically receive the latest edition of the show the very second it’s uploaded on the Square Planet Productions website. Option 3: Left click on [...]

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Drawing Control Specialist

21 April 2006

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Job Title: Drawing Control Specialist Job Category: N/A Location: Murray, UT Job Description: SOS Technical has an immediate need for a Drawing Control Specialist to work for one of our great clients. The job duties for this position include: Construction Drawings Vendor Drawings and information (e.g., O&M Manuals, Specifications, etc.) Backup for receptionist area Drawing [...]

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InRoads Designer or Drafter

21 April 2006

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Job Title: InRoads Designer or Drafter Job Category: N/A Location: Murray, UT Job Description: SOS Technical has an immediate need for an InRoads Drafter or Designer to work for one of our great clients. Qualifications: The ideal candidate needs to be Skilled with InRoads. Minimum Education Level: N/A Career Level: N/A Job Type: Contract-to-Permanent Job [...]

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Now Hiring Several PHP and MySQL Web Developers and Programmers

13 April 2006

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Job Title: Now Hiring Several PHP and MySQL Web Developers and Programmers Job Category: Information Technology Location: Utah Job Description: We are immediately seeking to fill several excellent PHP/MySQL development position in Orem, Lindon, American Fork and Lehi areas of Utah County. We are looking for junior, mid-level and senior level LAMP web developers who [...]

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Utah .NET User Group – April 2006 Meeting

13 April 2006

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From Aaron Zupancic: We have the opportunity, tomorrow night, to attend a Utah .NET User Group Meeting (please forgive the site for it’s horrendously slow performance or outage – we’ve almost got the new site up which should be MUCH better in so many ways). Tomorrow’s presentation will be by yours truly as a continuation [...]

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Now Hiring Several PHP and MySQL Web Developers and Programmers US-UT-Utah County

13 April 2006

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We are immediately seeking to fill several excellent PHP/MySQL development position in Orem, Lindon, American Fork and Lehi areas of Utah County. We are looking for junior, mid-level and senior level LAMP web developers who are ready to make their next move, jump-in and make a difference. These are not your typical programming positions. All [...]

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