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New Opening: Sept 14th – Windows Systems Engineer – DFW Airport area

New Opening: Sept 14th – Windows Systems Engineer – DFW Airport area

Here is a new role that we have available with a client in the DFW Airport area. If you are interested, email me at brandon@dallasetechrecruiter.com They are looking for a Senior Level Windows Systems Engineer  Immediate need, will move quickly. If anyone comes to mind, we offer $500 referral bonus. Full-time, direct hire – DFW Airport area Senior Level Windows Systems Engineer  Here is what they are looking for: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience 5+ years in Infrastructure experience 5+…

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Current Openings

Current Openings

.NET Web Developer Location: Fort Worth, Texas, local candidate please Type: Direct Hire Company: Strong stable history (20+ years), work/life balance, comfortable work environment, flex time, some remote work possible In-depth and varied professional experience including hands-on application architecture experience with .NET Frameworks and object-oriented and iterative development methodologies. 5+ years experience w/ software programming in an enterprise environment 5-10+ years of .NET Experience using C# (Mid-level to Senior experience)  Good Object Oriented Analysis and Design foundation and principles Web Development skills (CSS,…

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NY Times Article: Telecommuting

NY Times Article: Telecommuting

NY TIMES WE all know what telecommuting is and who does it. It’s working from home (or maybe a Starbucks), and it’s usually done by someone in their 20s, or a mother with small children. Well, no. Actually, the typical telecommuter is a 49-year-old college graduate — man or woman — who earns about $58,000 a year and belongs to a company with more than 100 employees, according to numbers culled from the Census Bureau’s annual American Community Survey. And…

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Job Postings

Job Postings

Here is some advice taken from Dice.com on job postings – Do’s and Dont’s Job Descriptions that Attract Candidates – A Technologist’s Perspective  / The Do’s and Dont’s of Creating Great Job Descriptions KateMatsudaira2 Kate Matsudaira, former CTO; founder of Popforms By Kate Matsudaira As someone who is a technology professional – and has hired tech staff and built teams at the senior level – I know first-hand that with any good job description, you first want to get inside the…

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Steps towards that new job

Steps towards that new job

Where do I start? I get asked this question quite a bit and there are some obvious answers and not so obvious answers you need to consider. Sometimes people get a little confused with the new world of technology and social media in their job search. Social media is important to getting to where you want to land. It is important to brand yourself and take the right steps to get to where you want to be. 1. Ask yourself…

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TEDX SMU Video (in full)

TEDX SMU Video (in full)

Typically I will attend TEDX SMU every year (this is the 4th) but couldn’t make it this year. Luckily, you can watch the entire day of talks right here. I am halfway through and have been inspired, great talks and great stuff to absorb in your daily life. http://new.livestream.com/tedx/TEDxSMU2012reTHiNK a few good ones: Pay it Forward Foundation  Greg Parker

Contract Email Administrator – (2-3 months)

Contract Email Administrator – (2-3 months)

Contract Email Administrators 2-3 month project for migration Plano, Tx, onsite 40 hours per week Start – 1st part of December 5+ years of experience with Enterprise Messaging Systems Configuring, deploying, administering and optimizing a variety of IT Servers such as Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Office Communications Server 2007 R2, Microsoft Lync. Very knowledgeable with Public Folders Has worked with Lync and migrating from OCS. Has integrated various other company email systems (i.e. acquisitions). Has…

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