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Now Hiring: 10,000 Walmart Jobs in the Chicago Area

Walmart has big plans for job creation in Illinois. The massive retailer just announced two new Chicago area stores that will boost the company to the projected creation of 10,000 jobs in the area by 2015.
Walmart is planning the newly announced small and mid-size stores in the West Englewood community, which is reported to be the heart of a “food desert” and one of Chicago‘s most under-served communities by large grocery stores.
These new stores, combined with the company’s existing projects, will create close to 1,000 new jobs and nearly 200 construction jobs. Walmart’s currently slated openings in Chicago include the following:
  • A Supercenter in Pullman at 111th St. and South Doty Ave. (opening spring 2013)
  • A Supercenter in West Chatham at 83rd St. and Stewart Ave. (opening spring 2012)
  • S Walmart Market in the West Loop at West Monroe St. and South Jefferson St. (opening fall 2011)
  • A Walmart Market in West Englewood at West 76th St. and South Ashland Ave. (opening spring 2012)
  • A Walmart Express in West Englewood at South Western Ave. and West 71st St. (opening winter 2012)
  • A Walmart Express in West Chatham at 83rd St. and Stewart Ave. (opening summer 2011)
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In June 2010, Walmart announced the “Chicago Community Investment Partnership,” a five-year plan to open several dozen stores, create approximately 10,000 jobs and 2,000 unionized construction jobs, generate more than $500 million in sales and property taxes and develop charitable partnerships worth $20 million.

“When I met with Walmart last year, I encouraged them to take an approach that addressed the needs of the urban shopper if they truly wanted to make a difference in our underserved neighborhoods,” said Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley. “Today, it appears that Walmart has done just that by creating smaller urban store formats that will better serve our communities.”

Jobs at some of these stores won’t be available for a year or two, but to find out about specific openings right now, visit the Walmart Careers site.

By Lisa Johnson Mandell

Careers/Jobs That Can Double Your Pay – (Yahoo top opinion)

Learn how you can double your pay with the right training and career path.

Want to double your salary? You’re not alone.
In fact, 25 percent of Americans who are currently employed said they would be willing to work every day of the year if it meant doubling their income, according to a 2010 survey by Capital One Bank.
If that sounds a little excessive, we agree. Fortunately there are other ways to double your salary.
[Find the right career training program for you]
Keep reading to see how making a career change can help you double your pay.


Making $25K? These careers pay $50K and up.

It’s hard to move out of an entry-level job that pays $25,000 – unless you have a college degree. While higher education might not be for everyone, the simple truth is that college grads earn at least 60 percent more than high school grads, according to a 2007 report by New York’s College Board.

Paralegals make $50,080 per year.*
Quick training programs are just one of many benefits of the paralegal profession, which often requires an associate’s degree in paralegal studies. If you already have a degree, you can earn a paralegal certificate and start assisting lawyers with research, legal documents – and more – in as little as six months.

[Find Paralegal schools near you]
Accountants make $56,850 per year.
Accounting is another great career to get into if you want to double your pay. Accounting graduates have fared better than most in recent years, when company and individual bottom lines have never been so important. The U.S. Department of Labor predicts accounting jobs will grow 22 percent through 2018, in large part fueled by changing financial laws and regulations.
[Search for Accounting degree programs]


Making $30K? These careers pay $60K and up.

If you want to make $60,000 per year, finding the right career is important. So is the right degree.
PayScale’s 2010-2011 College Salary Report ranked bachelor’s degrees by salary. While engineering degrees dominated the top tier, there are plenty of other degrees – and careers – that pay $60K and up.

Market Research Analysts make $67,500 per year.
Marketers like to say that customers don’t buy what they need, they buy what they want. Helping convince customers to buy a product or message is what marketers do. It’s a skill that will always be in demand, in good economic times and bad. Studying marketing or business is a great way to get started.
[Search for Marketing and Business programs]

Registered Nurses make $66,530 per year.
According to the Department of Labor, registered nurses make up the largest occupation in the country’s largest industry (health care). With 2.6 million jobs and counting, it’s a more recession-proof job than most, since nursing jobs can’t be outsourced. Most registered nurses have a bachelor’s degree.
[Search for Nursing training programs near you]


Making $40K? These careers pay $80K and up.

If you want to make $80K per year, you might be interested in the fact that MBA grads earned an average starting salary of $80,096 in 2008, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council.

Studying finance is another great way to earn over $80,000 per year. In fact, graduates with a bachelor’s degree in finance, and no higher, typically earn over $90K at the mid-career mark, according to PayScale.

Financial Analysts make $85,240 per year.
The foundation for success in most careers involves the right training and educational background. Studying finance, economics, or business is an excellent entry-point into the finance industry. Financial analysts help businesses and individuals make smart investment decisions – and get paid well to do it.
[Search for Finance and Business degrees]

Medical Managers make $90,970 per year.
Sometimes called health care executives, medical managers oversee various health care departments and organizations. A bachelor’s degree can help you gain entry-level employment. A master’s degree – in a subject like health services administration or business administration – however, is the standard qualification, according to the Department of Labor.

[Search for Health Care degree programs]

*Average salary comes from the U.S. Department of Labor, using 2009 median salary information.



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Companies hiring in December 2010 are still waiting for you, Hurry up Apply Now

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ most recent figures, 29 states and Washington, D.C., have lower unemployment rates than they did in 2010. And in the most recently released month-over-month figures, 41 states saw an increase in non-farm employment.

The year’s winding down and even if the economy isn’t as robust as it was a decade ago, it is certainly healthier than it was a year ago judging by these statistics. This progress, albeit slow, is welcomed by job seekers who remember how bleak the hiring outlook felt a couple of years ago.

And the companies that are hiring aren’t necessarily putting their recruitment on hold in December just because it’s a busy time of year. In fact, the end of the year presents several opportunities for job seekers. Some companies are preparing to spend their 2011 budgets and want to interview and extend offers to employees now so that they can begin in the new year. Other companies can’t wait until next year and need to fill their vacancies now.

They need employees right now and you might never have a better opportunity to stand out than right now. While everyone else is pausing their job searches, you can stand out in a less crowded pool of applicants. Therefore, here are companies hiring in December:

Addus Healthcare, Inc.
Industry: In-home health care
Sample job titles: Nurses, therapists, regional managers, account executives, home care aides
Location: Nationwide

Industry: Manufacturing, specialty chemicals, performance coatings, paints, sales and retail operations
Sample job titles: Store associate, store manager, account manager, process engineer, chemist, field service representative
Location: Nationwide

Industry: Manufacturing
Sample job titles: Quality manager, field service technician, hydraulic field technicians, outside sales, trainer
Location: Nationwide

BBVA Compass
Industry: Banking / finance
Sample job titles: Bank teller, financial sales associate
Location: Texas, Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Colorado, New Mexico

Boehringer Ingelheim
Industry: Pharmaceutical
Sample job titles: Primary care sales representatives, R&D scientists, project managers, financial analysts, quality and validations
Location: Nationwide

Industry: Automotive / retail
Sample job titles: Automotive technicians, detailers, sales consultants, management trainees
Location: Nationwide

Citi Trends
Industry: Retail
Sample job titles: Store manager, store associate, merchandiser, operations manager, manager in training
Location: Nationwide

Country Financial
Industry: Insurance and financial services
Sample job titles: Financial representative
Location: Chicago, Minneapolis, Iowa City, St. Louis, Atlanta, Nashville, Fort Collins, Tulsa, Kansas City, Phoenix, Portland, Bellevue, Wash., Brookfield, Wis.

Industry: Video technology
Sample job titles: Customer service representative
Location: Nationwide

General Dynamics Information Technology
Industry: Defense contractor
Sample job titles: Network engineers, IT security specialists, network administrators, IT specialists, intelligence analysts
Location: Washington, D.C., Virginia, Maryland, Arizona, Florida, Massachusetts, Texas

Global Experience Specialist (GES)
Industry: Professional services – convention and trade shows
Sample job titles: Sale coordinator, account managers, exhibit services coordinator
Location: Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Chicago, Dallas

Harbor Freight Tools
Industry: Transportation
Sample job titles: District manager, store sales associates, inventory, purchasing, supply chain
Location: Nationwide

Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG)
Industry: Hotel / hospitality
Sample job titles: Hotel sales manager, general manager, hospitality
Location: Worldwide

Millennium Pharmacy Systems, Inc
Industry: Health care
Sample job titles: Pharmacy technician, pharmacist, billing specialist, pharmacy manager, project manager, consultant pharmacist, customer service representatives
Location: Cranberry, Penn., Orlando, Gaithersburg, Md., Philadelphia

MV Transportation
Industry: Transit
Sample job titles: General managers, fleet maintenance managers, fleet technicians, CDL drivers, safety managers, operations managers, director of accounting, proposal writer
Location: Nationwide

Northern Virginia Community College
Industry: Education
Sample job titles: Computer graphics and Web design teacher, political science teacher, development writing teacher, early childhood development teacher
Location: Annandale, Va.

Plymouth Auctioneering
Industry: Fine art sales / travel / entertainment
Sample job titles: International fine art sales and marketing
Location: Nationwide

REI Systems, Inc.
Industry: Software Development and Design
Sample job titles: Applications mockup developers, business analysts, database engineers, enterprise report writers, Java developers, Linux system administrators, .Net software engineers
Locations: Virginia, Washington D.C.

Saber Healthcare
Industry: Health care
Sample job titles: Director of nursing, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech language pathologist
Location: Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Carrabelle, Fla.

Industry: Home and commercial maintenance, repair and care
Sample job titles: Sales agent, collection agent, lawncare specialist, outbound sales supervisor
Location: Nationwide

Industry: Retail
Sample job titles: Cashier, sales-floor team members, logistics team members, food team members
Location: Nationwide

University of Utah Health Care
Industry: Health care
Sample job titles: Electrophysiology lab manager, health information coder, outpatient coding manager, inpatient coding educator, inpatient and acute care pharmacists, medical unit and oncology unit
Location: Salt Lake City

Volkswagen Group of America
Industry: Automotive
Sample job titles: Quality engineering specialist, area after sales manager, industrial engineer, assistant manager (assembly, production control specialist), manager (sales and distribution)
Location: Nationwide

Wireless Advocates
Industry: Wireless technology / retail
Sample job titles: Sales manager, retail sales associate
Location: Nationwide

By Anthony Balderrama, CareerBuilder.com writer

Top 10 Companies Hiring This Week (December 20 – 26), Hurry Up ..

We know that your job search can get quite frustrating these days with more people trying to find a job and less employment opportunities available.

To ease the burden, we’ve tracked down 10 top companies with the most job openings this week from sales jobs to finance jobs, full-time jobs to part-time jobs. We hope you find a job that’s perfect for you.

Good luck job hunting!

01. American Express
American Express Company is a global travel, financial and network services provider. The Company has three operating segments: Travel Related Services (TRS), American Express Financial Advisors (AEFA) and American Express Bank (AEB).AEB provides banking and other financial services to wealthy individuals, financial institutions and retail customers outside the United States.

Top Job Categories:
Sales Jobs
Customer Service Jobs
Information Technology Jobs
Finance Jobs
See all American Express jobs

02. Lowe’s
Lowe’s Companies, Inc. is a home improvement retailer, with specific emphasis on retail do-it-yourself (DIY) customers, do-it-for-me (DIFM) customers, who utilize its installation services, and commercial business customers. The company currently has 15,000 job openings across the nation!

Lowe’s offers a line of products and services for home decorating, maintenance, repair, remodeling and property maintenance. Lowe’s Companies, Inc. serves homeowners, renters and commercial business customers. Homeowners and renters primarily consist of do-it-yourselfers, and others buying for personal and family use. Commercial business customers include repair and remodeling contractors, electricians, landscapers, painters, plumbers, and commercial and residential property maintenance professionals, among others.

Top Job Categories:
Information Technology Jobs
Management Jobs
Engineering Jobs
See all Lowe’s jobs

03. Sears
Sears Hometown Stores were developed sixteen years ago to serve our customers in locations outside of major metroploitan cities. There are currently about 900 Hometown Stores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. These stores carry all of the top home appliance brands, consumer electronics, tools and lawn and garden equipment.

Top Job Categories:
Sales Jobs
Franchise Jobs
Management Jobs
See all Sears jobs

04. Merrill Lynch
Merrill Lynch, now part of Bank of America, is one of the world’s premier providers of wealth management, securities trading and sales, corporate finance and investment banking services. Working with our clients as strategic partners, we create and execute winning solutions, which address our clients’ most pressing strategic, financial and investment needs-anywhere in the world. We stand apart by building and maintaining solid partnerships with clients. Merrill Lynch places our client relationships first and is proud to conduct our business based on five unwavering principles: Client Focus, Respect for the Individual, Teamwork, Responsible Citizenship, and Integrity.

Top Job Categories:
Finance Jobs
Accounting Jobs
See all Merrill Lynch jobs

05. Dell
For more than 25 years, Dell has provided technology solutions to customers that improves their productivity, enhances their lives and meets their distinct needs. Headquartered in Round Rock, Texas, Dell has framed its business around the customers it serves, from the world’s largest and most demanding businesses and public sector organizations, to small and medium businesses, to consumers worldwide.

Top Job Categories:
Management Jobs
Information Technology Jobs
Consultant Jobs
See all Dell jobs

06. IBM
Working at IBM provides opportunities you may not experience anywhere else. It gives you the chance to change the way the world works. The chance to help the world learn, to make education more available, knowledge more attainable and information more accessible. The chance to participate in research and development projects that facilitate technological and medical breakthroughs. These are the kinds of opportunities you’ll find throughout our company. Opportunities that could certainly make a difference–in ways that are exciting, demanding and perhaps even unimaginable.

Top Job Categories:
Information Technology Jobs
Management Jobs
Consultant Jobs
See all IBM jobs

07. CVS
CVS Caremark, through our unmatched breadth of service offerings, is transforming the delivery of health care services in the U.S. We are an innovative, fast-growing company guided by values that focus on teamwork, integrity and respect for our colleagues and customers. What are we looking for in our colleagues? We seek fresh ideas, new perspectives, a diversity of experiences, and a dedication to service that will help us better meet the needs of the many people and businesses that rely on us each day.

Top Job Categories:
Retail Jobs
Customer Service Jobs
Management Jobs
See all CVS jobs

08. Dollar General
Dollar General stands for convenience, quality brands and low prices. Dollar General’s successful prototype makes shopping a truly hassle-free experience. We design small neighborhood stores with carefully edited merchandise assortments to make shopping simpler. We don’t carry every brand and size, just the most popular ones.

Top Job Categories:
Management Jobs
Retail Jobs
Customer Service Jobs
See all Dollar General jobs

09. Bayada Nurses
Bayada Nurses provides care to children, adults, and seniors in their homes. Even though we have grown from one office in 1975, to more than 140 offices in 18 states today, founder Mark Baiada still runs the company with the same compassionate, human focus that clients and employees appreciated from the beginning.

Top Job Categories:
Health Care Jobs
Nurse Jobs
Management Jobs
See all Bayada Nurses jobs

10. Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo & Company is a diversified financial services company providing banking, insurance, investments, mortgage and consumer finance through almost 6,000 stores, the internet and other distribution channels across North America and internationally.

Top Job Categories:
Banking Jobs
Finance Jobs
Sales Jobs
See all Wells Fargo jobs


By AOL Jobs Contributor

Six-Figure Jobs in High Demand – Yahoo most popular careers …

All six-figure jobs were NOT created equal.
Not only do some require more education and experience than others, some are just more in demand than others. So, if you want to increase your chances of landing a six-figure job, it helps to know which ones have the most positions available.
Finance-related jobs accounted for more than half of the top 25 jobs with the most openings that paid over $100,000, according to research by Monster.com. That’s everything from a finance manager to an internal audit supervisor and an accounting director.
There’s still a lot of competition for those jobs, though: Indeed.com estimates that for every online job listing in financial services and banking, 30 people click on it. For accounting jobs, that number rises to 34. Health care and information technology had the least clicks per post, while media and construction had the most.
So, where are the best opportunities? Here are eight of the top six-figure jobs that have the most openings — and who’s hiring.
Finance Manager
Finance-related positions dominate Monster.com’s list of the most in-demand six-figure jobs and, of those, finance managers are near the top of the list.
The good thing about pursuing a career as a finance manager is that nearly every company, government agency or other type of organization requires a finance manager — no matter what the economy’s doing. That’s the person who oversees the preparation of financial reports and handles the cash management and investment activities of the firm.
A bachelor’s degree is required by most firms — and many require a master’s degree or professional certification. The hours can be long, typically 50 to 60 hours a week, plus some travel.
The field is expected to grow by 8 percent over the next decade, which is average, according to the Labor Department. Competition is expected to be tough for these jobs, so those with a master’s degree are likely to have the edge.
Who’s hiring right now? Ernst & Young, Bank of America and Deloitte are among the firms doing the most hiring for finance managers, according to Indeed.com.
Software Engineers
Not only are software engineers in demand right now, the field is expected to be one of the fastest growing over the next decade, rising 32 percent.
But let the programmer beware: While computer software engineers, the guys who write software, are projected be in demand in the next 10 years, demand for computer programmers, the guys who write the instructions for a computer to use that software, is expected to shrink 3 percent in that time.
The reason? Software engineers will be in demand due to increased computer networking, expanding technologies and the need for more security on those systems, while programmer demand will take a hit from the rise of open-source software and outsourcing.
Most software-engineer positions require a bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering, or mathematics, and many require graduate degrees.
Who’s hiring right now? Microsoft, EMC and Broadcom, according to Indeed.com.
Corporate Public Relations Director
Demand for public-relations managers is expected to be stronger than average due to an increasingly competitive and global business environment. It is crucial for a firm to have a good relationship with the public their profitability, whether they’re publicly traded or not, is dependent on their reputation.
Public-relations managers do everything from managing PR campaigns to doing damage control when a negative rumor or story about the company emerges. Some work traditional 40-hour workweeks but most need to be on call 24-7 in case of emergency.
Employment for PR specialists is expected to grow 24 percent over the next decade, faster than other professions. Being on top of new trends, like social media, is crucial and additional languages are a bonus.
Who’s hiring right now? Kaiser Permanente and AstraZeneca, according to Indeed.com.
Investor-Relations Manager
Demand for public-relations managers is expected to be stronger than average and that is particularly true for those who specialize in investor relations, communicating the firm’s financial information to investors, analysts and the media. Increased regulation and scrutiny in particular will drive the need for skilled investor-relations managers.
The qualifications for this job are unique: Not only does the person have to have strong communications skills but also a firm command of financial systems and statements — and how to explain that in plain English. They also have to be good at crisis management and willing to work long hours, should the stock come under pressure from a rumor or news event.
A bachelor’s degree is usually required, with a focus on finance, economics and journalism. Being a member of the National Investor Relations Institute is particularly helpful for networking — they have local chapters in most states.
Who’s hiring right now? Citigroup and Bank of America, according to Indeed.com.
Sales Executive
As companies dig out from the recession, sales executives are going to be in particular demand because they’re the ones that drive growth, bringing in new business and new sources of revenue.
Sales executives are the ones that set strategies and goals, and direct their sales reps for the best way to improve their sales performance. You need good people skills for this job but also good analytical skills — knowing the trends and making sure your team is out front. There’s a lot of pressure with a sales executive job because once you set those goals you have to meet and exceed them. The firm is counting on you.
Having a bachelor’s and/or MBA is helpful, with courses in marketing as well as law, management, economics, accounting, finance, mathematics and statistics helping to provide an extra edge. Most firms tend to promote from within. Advancement is typically quicker at large firms than small ones, according to the Labor Department’s outlook for the industry.
Who’s hiring right now? IBM, CSC and ADP, according to Indeed.com.
Compensation Analyst
A compensation analyst develops salary, bonus and benefits structures, identifies compensation and benefits issues and makes adjustments based on new regulatory requirements.
Typically this position requires a bachelor’s degree, preferably in mathematics, business administration or human-resources management.
Not only is there solid demand for compensation analysts today but the outlook is also strong for the next decade, due to health-care reform and globalization.
Who’s hiring right now? KPMG, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America, according to Indeed.com.
Associate Professor
The number of tenure-track professors is on the decline as schools increasingly seek flexibility in dealing with compensation issues, making associate professors one of the most in-demand $100k+ jobs on Monster.com.
The trend now is toward hiring professors for limited-term contracts, typically 2 to 5 years. Competition is expected to be tough for the tenured positions and often a professor will have to move into a more administrative or managerial role such as department chairperson in order to achieve tenure. Those with a PhD have the best job prospects, according to the Labor Department.
Overall, demand for postsecondary teachers is expected to grow by 15 percent in the next decade, faster than average, as enrollment is projected to increase — not just among those 18 to 24 but also adults returning to college to change professions or enhance their prospects in an existing field. Demand is expected to be strongest for professors in fast-growing fields such as business, nursing, biological sciences and other health specialties.
Who’s hiring right now? George Mason, University of Iowa and University of Miami, according to Indeed.com.
Company Attorney
Globalization and legislative changes are driving the need for more in-house attorneys.
Among other issues a corporate attorney has to deal with are patents, contracts, property interests and negotiating with unions. Lawyers typically work long hours, though the hours are slightly less brutal for corporate attorneys.
Not only is demand strong now but it’s projected to be strong over the next decade, according to the Labor Department, amid increased demand for services such as health care, intellectual property, bankruptcy, corporate and security litigation, antitrust law and environmental law. Though, a shift toward using big accounting firms or paralegals for some of these functions will curb demand to some degree. Economic downturns also take a toll as companies are less inclined to pay hefty legal fees.
Competition is expected to be tough, so a willingness to relocate is a plus.
Who’s hiring right now? KPMG, Ernst & Young and JPMorgan Chase, according to Indeed.com.
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New Jobs in Top Companies like IBM, Microsoft and Deloitte – Apply Now

Top Companies like IBM, Microsoft and Deloitte is hiring hundreds of new/fresh employees on different locations in different categories. 
For complete list of all these top companies 
  1. IBM Jobs
  2. Microsoft Jobs
  3. Deloitte Jobs

    Oracle Consultant – Server Technology – new

    IBM – San Mateo, CA
    include driving communications, planning and testing with Oracle developers that leads to customer adoption of IBM Power platforms technology through certifications. IBM…
    From: TheLadders.com — 1 day ago

    Market Management Channel Enablement Professional – new

    IBM – Raleigh, NC +2 locations
    • Lead BPO, ibm.com, STG, and brand interlocks (SWG, GTS) as required • Define and execute Pricing initiatives in support of business objectives Distributor Index…
    From: TheLadders.com — 1 day ago

    Storage Solution Architect Digital Media – new

    IBM – San Jose, CA
    The SONAS Network Performance Tuning & Industry Solutions Architect owns enablement of ISV solutions by designing and setting up Storage Networking solutions, measuring…
    From: TheLadders.com — 1 day ago

    Sales Specialist-Inside Sales-Chicago Area – new

    IBM – Chicago, IL
    · Grow new revenue within the assigned territory · Promote webinars, customer days and any other marketing driven events · Understand, maintain and coordinate…
    From: LinkUp — 1 day ago

    Senior Business Transformation Consultant (San Diego, CA) – new

    IBM – San Diego, CA
    The supply chain management (SCM) managing consultant is expected to provide guidance for design alternatives, communicate with functional and technical project teams…
    From: LinkUp — 1 day ago

    SAP Developers and SAP Architects – new

    IBM – New York, NY
    IBM Global Business Services currently has immediate opportunities for experienced SAP Consultants, Architects and Lead Architects in: SAP Business Intelligence (BI…
    From: TopUSAJobs — 1 day ago

    ECM Advanced Case Management Sales Leader (must reside in Ea

    IBM – Detroit, MI +14 locations
    As the IBM Advanced Case Management(ACM) Subject Matter Expert you’ll provide expertise and experience in support of IBM ACM sales opportunities. You’ll bring to bear…
    From: Job.com — 7 days ago

    SAP Solutions and Sales Lead – new

    IBM – Hartford, CT
    include: – Developing and Presenting Program Estimates and Staffing Models for Global SAP Programs. – Developing Pricing and Deal Structures for SAP Programs. – Leading…
    From: Dice — 1 day ago

    PeopleSoft Application Security Team Lead – new

    IBM – Denver, CO
    This role assists clients in the selection, implementation, and production support of application packaged solutions. They use in-depth consulting skills, business…
    From: Dice — 3 days ago

    SAP MDM Architect – new

    IBM – Atlanta, GA
    The SAP MDM Architect is responsible for leading the successful delivery of SAP Data Management technology and strategic initiatives on IBM Global Business Services…
    From: Dice — 3 days ago
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    Services Partner Lead – new

    Microsoft – Mississauga, ON
    The Services Partner Offerings Program Manager is responsible for the success of the Services Partner Program, launching globally in FY09. The successful candidate will…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago

    Sr. Business Intelligence Analyst – MGS – BigPark – new

    Microsoft – Vancouver, BC
    • Identify and measure key performance indicators for casual games such as monetization, audience and user…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago

    SO 2 System Analyst – new

    Microsoft – Hyderabad
    , and one that requires strong ownership and accountability within that role. The job entails directly managing and/or influencing all aspects of change implementation…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago

    Public Sector Account Manager – new

    Microsoft – Morocco, IN
    – Year-over-year increase in customer satisfaction as measured by Relationship Management scores. – Reciprocal Conditions of Satisfaction (COS) in place for each account…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago


    Microsoft – Redmond, WA
    and contribute to the strategic direction of Hohm http://www.microsoft-hohm.com/>. Microsoft Hohm is an innovative cloud service solution and platform that enables…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago

    Partner Marketing Director – new

    Microsoft – Redmond, WA
    The partner marketing director is responsible for driving partner revenue, share and satisfaction through programmatic offerings. This individual is responsible for…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago

    Principal UX Designer – Bing – new

    Microsoft – Bellevue, WA
    As a bdesign lead, you will be creative, flexible, and play many roles including hands-on design director, team manager/educator/coach, and general UX advocate. We are…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago

    Senior Market Development Executive – Financial Services Industry (w/m) – new

    Microsoft – Wallisellen
    Your passion is the Financial Services Industry and to develop channels, markets and industry solutions by inspiring our customers and partners. In this leadership role…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago

    Principal Platform Specialist – new

    Microsoft – New York, NY
    The Principal Platform Specialist (PPS) role is unique in their approach to working within a customer’s environment. Armed with deep account knowledge and a long term…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago

    Technical Support Engineer – new

    Microsoft – Redmond, WA
    The newly created Publisher Technical Support team within Microsoft’s online advertising/publisher business is building a team of talented Technical Support Engineers…
    From: Microsoft — 1 day ago
    Fore more New Microsoft Jobs visit Microsoft Jobs

    SAP Business Objects Manager-Utilities – new

    Deloitte – Denver, CO +5 locations
    Deloitte Consulting’s technology professionals help clients identify and solve their most critical information and technological challenges. We provide advisory through…
    From: TheLadders.com — 1 day ago

    Sun Identity Management Technical Architect – new

    Deloitte – Springfield, VA
    Business models today encourage, and even require, opening boundaries between customers, suppliers, and partners. Technology can enable that openness and is also seen as…
    From: TheLadders.com — 1 day ago

    SAP Public Sector Collections & Disbursements (PSCD) – Senior Manager – new

    Deloitte – Tallahassee, FL +4 locations
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    Tax Manager – Lead Tax Services – St Louis – new

    Deloitte – Saint Louis, MO
    Deloitte is one of the leading professional services organizations in the United States specializing in audit with clients in more than 20 industries. We provide…
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    Lead Tax Services Manager – new

    Deloitte – Cleveland, OH
    Deloitte Tax’s Lead Tax Services (LTS) professionals understand the intricacies of tax regulations and their relationships to business. In many cases, LTS professionals…
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    SAP APO Senior Manager – new

    Deloitte – Boston, MA +2 locations
    Deloitte is one of the leading professional services organizations in the United States specializing in audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services with…
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    SAP Financial Services – Collections & Disbursements (FS-CD) – Manager – new

    Deloitte – Washington, DC +4 locations
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    FA&RS Manager – Financial Accounting & Reporting Services – Energy & Resour… – new

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    Senior Consultant – FSICA – new

    Deloitte – New York, NY
    We are looking for highly motivated individuals at the manager level. Responsibilities: – Analyze current…
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    Organization & Talent Senior Manager – Financial Services Industry – new

    Deloitte – Washington, DC +2 locations
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    Companies Hiring for the Holidays

    Each year retail stores seem to put up holiday decorations earlier than the year before. One moment students are grabbing notebooks and glue bottles from the back-to-school displays, and the next an over-sized inflatable turkey is advertising Thanksgiving decor.

    Although you might think that the store decorations and displays don’t give you time to catch your breath between the summer and holiday season, don’t forget that more action is going on behind the scenes. In November and December, shoppers spend money. Whether they’re buying clothes or electronics or opening a new savings account because of a bank promotion, they have money and want to use it. To handle all of the extra traffic, companies hire new workers. And if you’ve ever looked for a job, you know the process takes a few weeks. You don’t often apply for a job and get hired the same day. That’s why companies begin their search for holiday workers in advance.

    In other words, if you’re thinking that a seasonal job sounds good for you, you should start looking right now. Whether you want some extra spending money or you’d like to get your foot in the door at a company, a seasonal job might be the right fit for you. To help you find the jobs hiring seasonal employees right now, we’ve put together the following list:

    20/20 CompaniesIndustry: Direct Sales
    Number of openings: 75
    Sample job titles: Retail sales representative, inside sales representative
    Location: Nationwide

    A Wireless Industry: Telecommunications (retail)
    Number of openings: 200
    Sample job titles: Sales representative, store manager
    Location: Nationwide

    AmbiusIndustry: Office, office services
    Number of openings: 150
    Sample job titles: Holiday designer, holiday decorator, holiday help
    Location: Nationwide

    American Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc.Industry: Mortgage banking, real estate, finance, IT
    Number of openings: 100
    Sample job titles: Financial analyst, valuations analyst, loan consultant II, senior analyst, applications development
    Location: Coppell, Texas and Jacksonville.

    AutoNationIndustry:  Automotive retail
    Number of openings: 100
    Sample job titles: Sales, automotive technician
    Location: Nationwide

    Central PaymentIndustry: Merchant services / finance
    Number of openings: 200
    Sample job titles: Outside sales
    Location: Nationwide

    Citi TrendsIndustry: Retail
    Number of openings: 400
    Sample job titles: Store sales associate, store manager, distribution center processing (seasonal), distribution center material handler, assistant managers
    Location: Nationwide

    F5 NetworksIndustry: Network/computer products
    Number of openings: 115
    Sample job titles: senior software engineer, test engineer, field systems engineer, major account manager, territory account manager
    Location: Nationwide (including Seattle and San Jose)

    Fred’s Inc.Industry: Retail
    Number of openings: 400
    Sample job titles: Retail store manager, assistant manager
    Location: Memphis and the southeast

    Furniture RowDenver Mattress, Sofa Mart and Oak Express
    Industry: Retail furniture
    Number of openings: 100
    Sample job titles: Sales manager trainee
    Location: Nationwide

    Global Experience Specialist (GES)Industry: Convention services
    Number of openings: 250
    Sample job titles: Sale coordinator, account managers, exhibit services associate
    Location: Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Chicago, Dallas

    Harbor Freight ToolsNumber of openings: 540
    Sample job titles: District manager, store sales associates, inventory, purchasing, supply chain, engineering, IT, accounting, logistics, category
    Location: Nationwide

    H&MIndustry: Fashion retail
    Number of openings: 1,000
    Sample job titles: Full- and part-time sales advisors, department managers, visual merchandisers
    Location: New York, Washington D.C., Boston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas

    Hewlett PackardIndustry: Technology
    Number of openings: 5,000
    Sample job titles: Sales specialist, sales manager, application management services, .NET/SQL developers and architect, applications developers/programmers/managers, systems engineer, systems/solutions architect, technology consultant, business analyst
    Location: Nationwide

    Kitchen Collection/Le Gourmet ChefIndustry: Retail
    Number of openings: 1,000
    Sample job titles: Store manager, assistant store manager, retail team member
    Location: Nationwide

    MarketStarIndustry: Sales and marketing outsourcing
    Number of openings: 1,000
    Sample job titles: Part-time retail sales representative
    Location: Nationwide

    Maxim HealthcareIndustry: Health care
    Specific Number of openings: 100
    Sample job titles: Nurse, physical therapist, recruiter
    Location: Nationwide

    Red Ventures Industry: Online marketing and sales
    Number of openings: 300
    Sample job titles: Analyst, Web developer, sales consultant
    Location: Charlotte and Miami

    Ross StoresIndustry:  Retail
    Number of openings: 1,000
    Sample job titles: District manager, store manager, assistant store manager, store protection specialist, retail associate
    Location: Nationwide (including California, Nevada, Washington, Montana, Florida, Texas, Hawaii)

    RyderIndustry: Transportation and logistics
    Number of openings: 100
    Sample job titles: Driver, technician, rental service manager
    Location: Nationwide

    Sonic AutomotiveIndustry: Automotive retail
    Number of openings: 100
    Sample job titles: Sales, automotive technician
    Location: Nationwide

    Wells FargoIndustry: Financial
    Number of openings: 10,000
    Sample job titles: Teller, personal banker, phone banker, loan servicing specialist, customer service specialist, home mortgage consultant
    Location: Nationwide
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    Companies Hiring This Week … Hurry Up

    In the last week the latest unemployment figures were released, and the results were a mixed bag. Yes, jobs were created, and we’re happy about that. The unemployment rate was unchanged, and we’re not happy to see it so high but we’re glad it’s not higher. So the best way to approach the  numbers is cautious optimism. Ideally the figures would be much better, but compared to how they were trending at the lowest points, we’re doing better now than we in 2008 and 2009.

    We realize that an unemployment rate of 9.6 percent translates into more unemployed Americans than anyone wants. And if you’re one of these job seekers, you don’t care about trends. You want a job. So that’s why we feature this weekly list of companies hiring–to make looking for a job a little easier. So here are 10 companies across various industries who need workers right now. Click their names to see all of their available positions.
    1. OfficeMax
    Industry: Retail

    Sample job titles: Assistant store manager, business development (sales),
    2. JPMorgan Chase
    Industry: Finance

    Sample job titles: Senior underwriter (home lending retail), financial advisor associate
    3. Adecco Technical
    Industry: IT

    Sample job titles: Technical writer/copy editor (medical device), software test engineer, lab technician
    4. UnitedHealth Group
    Industry: Health care

    Sample job titles: Senior health care consultant, senior regional marketing manager, case manager LPN
    5. Devry
    Industry: Education

    Sample job titles:Student services representative, student finance consultant, adjunct faculty members
    6. Transforce
    Industry: Transportation and delivery

    Sample job titles: Class A drivers, Class B delivery driver — third shift
    7. Ockham
    Industry: Pharmaceutical

    Sample job titles: Senior analyst (statistical submissions), Oracle clinical programmer, clinical research associates
    8. Verizon Wireless
    Industry: Sales

    Sample job titles: Retail sales, inventory analyst
    9. KPMG LLP
    Industry: Consultant

    Sample job titles: Director of investigations, major projects advisory manager, federal financial management associate
    10. Robert Half Legal
    Industry: Legal

    Sample job titles: Document review attorney, paralegal (licensing specialist), attorney

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    New Jobs: Aflac 800, Liberty Mutual 589, Wells Fargo 163 Openings

    Forbes reports that companies are pumping up their sales forces. Aflac has 800, Liberty Mutual 589, and Wells Fargo 163 openings in business to business sales.

    In business to business sales, you don’t have to have executive or management experience. Those are different kinds of jobs, and, yes, they have openings too.
    To apply for business to business sales, you only need to be able to sell or are willing to be trained to do that. Many companies have their own training and development programs for sales representatives; they want you to do it their way. Therefore, on interviews, show your outgoing personality, drive, genuine caring about others, and eagerness to learn. Those qualities could get you in the door and might be more important to the company than extensive experience in sales.
    According to Forbes, those openings at Aflac, Liberty Mutual, and Wells Fargo are only the tip of the iceberg. Currently, more companies have enough confidence in the recovery to invest in expanding their sales teams. Those hires are across the board, from entry level to executive positions.
    Most often those positions are listed on the company’s website. Find the company on the Web, then click on the careers section. The second way to find those jobs is to go to an online job board such as Careerbuilder.com. Also, you can just call the company’s sales department, ask to speak to the manager of sales, and pitch yourself. If it doesn’t have an opening right now, ask when you can follow up. The two Ps  push and persistence are a plus in sales.
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