Companies hiring this week

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This morning on Twitter, I asked job seekers how they were ringing in the first official day of summer. One person eagerly responded that she had just accepted a temporary position. A new job seems like one of the best ways I can think to begin the summer. At least one of the best ways not involving a beach and arm floaties.

With that can-do attitude, here are your companies hiring this week, summer job seekers!

Accenture
Industry: Consulting
Sample job titles: Oracle PL/SQL developer, Peoplesoft functional HR consultant

Allscripts
Industry: Health care
Sample job titles: Midlevel Web developer, client executive

Assurant, Inc.
Industry: Insurance
Sample job titles: Senior manager, health care product, operations analyst

Career Systems Development
Industry:
Education
Sample job titles: Human resources instructor, sr. Java engineer securities (equities trading)

GES Global Experience Specialist
Industry: Professional services
Sample job titles: Senior financial analyst, senior project manager

HealthSouth
Industry: Rehabilitation services
Sample job titles: Central supply clerk, vice president of development

Insphere Insurance Solutions
Industry: Insurance sales
Sample job title: Sales representative

Liberty Mutual Group
Industry: Insurance
Sample job titles: Claims customer service representative, associate case manager

Lowe’s Home Improvement
Industry: Retail (IT)
Sample job titles: Monitoring systems engineer, Siebel CRM specialist

The Nielsen Company
Industry: Information services industry
Sample job titles: Membership sales representative, sr. technical business analyst

 

3 Comments
  1. I just read your post on the MSN home page about the top 10 paying jobs in Canada, you forgot one important one, and that would be in purchasing, my sister is a purchasing manager for a major Canadian company and she makes over $120 000.00 a year….for what she does she has her grade 12 afrter she finished High School, she registered with the PMAC, took her courses as she worked in the industry wrote all of her qualifing exams and by the time she was finished all her exams she was ready for a management positionas after 8 years working in the field she became a senior purchasing manager in strategic sourcing for her company.

  2. I don’t see how people can gain the skills needed to capture a good paying job, without partnerships between the local business community and high schools/colleges. Each state needs to work on apprenticeship programs that incorporates business/hiring needs for both the company and individual. Germany, France, and Canada have successful apprenticeship programs in high school. Why not in the USA?

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