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March 22, 2009 - March 28, 2009 Archives


Full-Time Entry-Level Job

Programmer Analyst Technician
CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
UMBCworks ID# 9232861 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

The incumbent ensures the accuracy and integrity of data and applications through efficient coding, generating clear and concise documentation, and resolution of problems. Assist with the development, testing and implementation of efficient and maintainable program logic for existing and new applications in accordance with technical specifications. Translate functional specifications and change requests into technical specifications.

Principal Accountabilities:
Under the direct supervision of the Senior Programmer Analyst (or above), the incumbent's accountabilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

40% - Performs coding, testing and revisions to existing applications, and creates efficient and maintainable new applications.

30% - Monitors performance of critical system applications and resolves operational abends in accordance with corporate guidelines. Investigates problems reports to determine presence and scope of potential code defects.

20% - Develops business knowledge appropriate to team and section through reading, research, CBT's, and classroom training. Develops and maintains technical knowledge through training, classes, research, etc.

10% - Participates in Software Process Improvement activities.

Travel between all CareFirst locations may be required

Entry-Level Full-Time Job

Upper School - English
St. Paul's School
UMBCworks ID# 9232869 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Full-time, paid position at St. Paul’s School for Boys. Duties include teaching two or three sections of high school English and coaching two or three seasons of athletics. As part of the mentorship, you would work with a master teacher who would mentor you in teaching. Requirements: English major or significant coursework in English and the ability to coach or assistant coach two or three sports at a high school for boys (football, soccer, volleyball, cross-country, hockey, squash, wrestling, basketball, swimming, crew, lacrosse, tennis, baseball). Please send a resume, cover letter, two recommendation letters and a transcript to the attention of Rich Schellhas at

Part-Time Job

Website Programmer
Cornerstone Finance
UMBCworks ID# 9232872 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

This request is for a new website not yet on-line. Cornerstone Finance has an immediate need for an experienced web design specialist capable of accomplishing two objectives: (1) build a customer payments entry form using the merchant service provider's toolkit, and (2) most importantly, link that payments entry form to our Microsoft Access customer data base. We also need a simple facility to control customer access to the site. It's not complicated, provided of course that you know what you're doing. Feel free to give me a call or e-mail to ask questions. We're in Ellicott City, but almost everything you do for us will be done on your computer and on-line. Thanks. - Les Cohen, 410-740-3400, LCohen@CornerstoneFinance.US.

Part-Time Job

Human Resources Assistant
Jenkins Senior Living Community
UMBCworks ID# 9232898 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Assist with set up new employee files with all required information. Maintains a system to track missing information from employee files to ensure compliance. Sets up new employee in Kronos timekeeper and maintains log. Maintains all personnel files assuring that files are complete, current and easily retrievable. Processes unemployment separation notices and forwards to the Human Resources Manager when unemployment requests additional information. Responds to and process requests for employment verification, employee references, and employee requests. Prepares all profiles for status changes, rate change, or other changes as indicated. Prints and submits profile changes to Catholic Charities Human Resources.

Processes applications, changes, and terminations for the Health Insurance, Life Insurance, and Short Term and Long Term Disability claims. Reconciles Health, Life, and Disability Insurance bills. Serves as first line of support for employees to resolve health insurance problems. Assist Employment Coordinator with preparation for new employee orientation including scheduling employees, preparing orientation and medical insurance packets, preparing ID badges, and assigning lockers. Graduation from an accredited high School or successful completion of high school equivalency program. Two years of Human resources/secretarial experience required. Work experience in health care setting helpful. Excellent interpersonal, organizational and listening skills are essential. Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form; organize and prioritize work; maintain confidentiality

Part-Time Job

Server / Waitstaff
Phillips Foods
UMBCworks ID# 9232822 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Process guests orders
Ensure 100% guest satisfaction
Set tables, clear tables, and pre-bus during the dining experience
Assigned sidework

Part-Time Job

Tutor for high school bound child
Misc. Household Opportunities
UMBCworks ID# 9232826 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

In home tutoring services for high school bound child. Subjects include Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, Spanish.

Part-Time On-Campus Job

Clerical Assistant
UMBC Work Control
UMBCworks ID# 9231950 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Clerical assistant needed to perform general office duties. Some of the primary responsibilities will be to enter data and answer phones. Candidate should be detailed oriented and possess good written and oral communication skills, good typing skills, and excellent customer services skills.

We are looking for a candidate that is available to work through spring break, can work full-time (40 hours/week) during the summer months, and return in the fall for up to 20 hours per week.

Part-Time On-Campus Job

The Commons: Commons Information Center
UMBC The Commons
UMBCworks ID# 9232831 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

The Commons Information Center Desk Attendant monitors the university phone extension, answers questions posed by students, faculty, staff, and visitors, monitors laptop rentals, oversees the university lost and found, and sells tickets to on-campus events.

The staff ensures that the lobby area of the Commons is kept clean, welcoming, and up-to-date with daily and weekly event information, as well as oversees The Commons posting policy. The CIC staff strives to provide a high level of customer service.

Students must have and maintain a 2.5 GPA and have an expected availability of 10-20 hours per week.

Hot Federal Jobs

Hot Jobs Federal Job Listing

Computer Engineer
Department of the Navy
Dental Assistant
Department of Veterans Affairs
Federal Air Marshal
Transportation Security Administration
Survey Technician
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Construction Manager
Department of the Navy

Archeological Aid
Department of Agriculture

Peace Corps Regional Recruiter
Peace Corps

Patent Examiner
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Foreign Service Engineering Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
Department of the Army

Human Resources Assistant
U.S. Department of Justice

Soil Conservationist
U.S. Department of Agriculture

U.S. Department of Labor

Animal Health Technician
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Environmental Health Specialist
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Smithsonian Assistant
Smithsonian Institute

International Affairs Specialist
U.S.Department of Justice

Food Inspector
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Financial Technician
U.S. Department of Defense

Mission Support Assistant
U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Foreign Service Population/Health/Nutrition Officer
Agency for International Development

Foreign Language Teacher
Department of the Army

Peace Corps Regional Recruiter
Peace Corps

Internal Revenue Agent
Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service

For More Information Visit:


Teach For America Survey

Teach For America seeks exceptional college graduates of all academic majors to join our movement to close the achievement gap between our nation's high- and low-income area school districts. Our corps members commit to teach for two years in some of the nation's most under-resourced school districts and receive full salary and benefits, as well a strong network of support along the way. After the corps, we help our alumni continue to create change from all sectors through our partnerships with over 100 graduate, medical and law schools and over 20 top employers, including GE, Google, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and Wachovia (more details at To learn more about this post-graduate opportunity, please take our 5 minute survey :

If you respond by Sunday, March 29th, 2009, your name will automatically be entered in a drawing to win a $25 iTunes gift card! Please contact with questions."

NACE Student Survey - Win $500

You could win $500 cash, just by sharing your views on the job-search process. Participate in the 2009 NACE Student Survey, sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, and you are eligible to win!

It's easy: Complete the survey online at:
anytime between now and April 30, 2009, and you are eligible to win. Good luck!

Your individual response will remain absolutely confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside of NACE. Only aggregate data will be presented in any reports or articles based on the responses to this survey. Contact information is requested for the sole purpose of dentifying and communicating with the prize winner.


National Security Agency Corporate Visibility Day

Wednesday, March 25
Commons 331

Attn: ENEE, CMPE, CMSC, and MATH students looking for full-time and co-op* opportunities!

11am - 12noon: NSA OVERVIEW: Learn about the Agency and find out about full-time positions and co-ops

12noon - 1pm: SECURITY CLEARANCES & INTERVIEWING (LUNCH): Get an insider's perspective on the hiring process & what happens once you apply online

1pm - 2pm: TECHNICAL PRESENTATION: Hear NSA employees discuss what's going on in the IT field and learn more about those related career opportunities at the NSA

2pm: OPEN Q & A

Don’t miss out on the employment and networking opportunities, targeted career skill information, free food, and give-aways at NSA’s Corporate Visibility Day! Come and go as you need to and bring your resume! For more information, contact the Career Services Center (x5.22116,,

Hosted by the Career Services Center. * Additional information on co-ops is available through The Shriver Center.

Please RSVP via the Events tab in UMBCworks.

Upcoming Information Sessions!

The following employers will be at UMBC to talk with UMBC students about their employment opportunities. These sessions and tables offer a great chance to learn more about the employer and to network! We ask that you RSVP for each session you're planning on attending (as there is often food ordered) via the Events tab in UMBCworks (accessible via the "Jobs & Internships" topic in myUMBC). Contact the Career Services Center (, 410.455.2216, Math/Psych 204) with questions.

Mon, 3/23/2009, 5:00 to 7:00 pm
Commons 331

Meet with a local FBI recruiter to learn more about their full-time career and internship opportunities. Please RSVP via the Events tab in UMBCworks.

Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking to hire students in the following majors: All Majors.

Thu, 3/26/2009, 5:00 to 6:00 pm
Math/Psych 210

Meet with recruiters from Centric Business Systems to learn about their career opportunities. Centric Business Systems will be interviewing on campus on Tuesday, April 14 - so apply to their positions through UMBCworks. Search for Position I.D.: 9232013

On-Campus Interviews

SPRING 2009 ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS - Sign-up Deadlines Approaching!

The following employers will be at UMBC to conduct on-campus interviews
with seniors and graduate students for career-related positions. Listed
below are those with application deadlines quickly approaching. For more
details and to apply, visit the "jobs" section of UMBCworks (accessible
via myUMBC under the Jobs & Internships "Topic"). In UMBCworks, search for "Interviews I Qualify For". As you'll need to have an approved resume in your UMBCworks
account to apply for on-campus interviews, be sure to upload your resume
to UMBCworks as soon as possible to allow time for feedback and approval.

Tue, 4/14/2009
Deadline to apply on UMBCworks is 3/31/2009

Centric Business Systems will be on campus 4/14/2009, conducting interviews for the following positions: Sales Consultant (UMBCworks position id #9232013)

Students in the following majors should consider applying: All Majors

Mon, 4/20/2009
Deadline to apply on UMBCworks is 4/6/2009

Enterprise Rent-A-Car will be on campus 4/20/2009, conducting interviews for the following positions: Management Trainee (UMBCworks position id #9232221), Management Intern (UMBCworks position id #9232222)

Students in the following majors should consider applying: Accounting, All Majors, Communications, Economics, Financial Economics.

To apply to these positions, log into UMBCworks, go to the jobs section, and do a keyword search based on the position ID number.


NACE International Student Virtual Career Fair

NACE International Student Virtual Career Fair
Connecting global employers with global student talent

Access this virtual career fair today at and click on the Candidate Registration tab to get started.

State Farm Employment Expo

State Farm Agents are looking for a few good people!
Bring your resume and come interview!

Residence Inn Marriott, White Marsh
4980 Mercantile Rd, Baltimore
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
3 to 7 p.m.

Your neighborhood Agents in the locations below are HIRING:

Sales Professionals: Meet clients’ insurance & financial services needs, while earning both a salary and bonus

College Interns: Get an education in the business world & a chance to apply all you’ve learned in the classroom

Call Center Personnel: Call new leads to gather key sales information (part-time roles with bonuses available)

Please contact an agent below to RSVP and reserve your appointment time, desired location(s), & position(s) of interest. Walk-ins welcome, but reservations will be a priority.

Chris Duncan
2438 N Charles St
Baltimore MD 21218
(410) 889-2888

Lauri Funk
560 Cranbrook Rd
Cockeysville, MD 21030
(410) 628-0501

Rich Garcia
8615 Ridgely’s Choice Dr, #102
Baltimore, MD 21236
(410) 248-3276

Natasha Parker
6052 Rossville Blvd
Baltimore, MD 21221
(410) 866-5100
Josh Post
11100 Liberty Rd, Ste. E
Randallstown MD 21133
(410) 496-8526

Chris Ritter
129 Westminster Rd
Reisterstown MD 21136
(410) 526-7413

Nathan Scholze
7500 Eastern Ave, #1E
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 288-4120

Georganne Shuster
6304 Kenwood Ave, #1
Baltimore, MD 21237
(410) 866-5555

Patrick Starleper
5009 Honeygo Center Dr, Ste. 201
Perry Hall, MD 21128
(410) 256-4413

Bilingual Applicants encouraged to attend and apply.
Free Parking Available

Congressman Elijah Cummings 2009 Job Fair

Monday March 30, 2009
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Fifth Regiment Armory
29th Division Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Featuring Workshops On:
Helping Ex-Offenders Secure and Keep Gainful Employment
10:00 AM
Finding Federal Employment
11:30 AM
Job Readiness
1:00 PM

Participating employers include:
AAI Corporation ♦ Admiral Security ♦ Amerigroup Community Care ♦ Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association ♦ Baltimore City Community College ♦ Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks ♦ Baltimore City Department of Social Services ♦ Baltimore City Department of Transportation ♦ Baltimore City Government ♦ Baltimore City Health Department ♦ Baltimore City Joint Apprenticeship Program ♦ Baltimore County Government ♦ Baltimore County Public Schools ♦ Baltimore Housing ♦ Care First Blue Cross Blue Shield ♦ Center for Urban Families ♦ Chimes ♦ Cianbro ♦ Comcast Cable ♦ Community College of Baltimore County ♦ CR Dynamics and Associates ♦ CSX Transportation ♦ Defense Information Systems Agency ♦ DHS Immigration and Customs Enforcement ♦ Enterprise Rent-A-Car ♦ Famous Footwear ♦ General Dynamics ♦ Howard County Fire and Rescue ♦ Howard County Health Department ♦ Howard County Police Department ♦ Howard County Public School System ♦ Howard County Recreation and Parks ♦ Job Corps ♦ Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation ♦ Kennedy Krieger Institute ♦ Maryland Department of Budget and Management ♦ Maryland Department of General Services ♦ Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene ♦ Maryland Department of Juvenile Services ♦ Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation ♦ Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services ♦ Maryland Department of the Environment ♦ Maryland Department of Transportation ♦ Maryland General Hospital ♦ Maryland Natural Resources Police ♦ Maryland State Department of Education ♦ Mayor's Office of Employment Development ♦ Mercy Medical Center ♦ National Security Agency ♦ Paychex ♦ P-B Health Home Care Agency ♦ Phillips Seafood Restaurant ♦ PNC Bank ♦ Providence Center ♦ St. Agnes Hospital ♦ The Harbor Bank of Maryland ♦ The Maryland Zoo ♦ The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company ♦ Towson University ♦ United Insurance Company of America ♦ United States Secret Service ♦ University of Maryland Medical Center ♦ University of Maryland, Baltimore ♦ US Army Corps of Engineers ♦ US Census Bureau ♦ VA Maryland Health Care System ♦ Wendy's ♦ Work on Wheels
For more information, please call 410-685-9199.


Baltimore County Public Schools Teacher Expo & Job Fair

Thursday, April 30, 2009
Timonium State Fairgrounds
Baltimore County, MD
3:00-6:30 PM

All Schools Represented
Administrators and Faculty On Site
Screening Interviews for Highly Qualified Teacher Candidates

Temporary Services & Support Services Staff Available

Call 800-TEACH BC

Visit <>

Directions: 695 to I 83 North
Take Timonium Road Exit 16, East
North on York Road, follow signs to the Fairgrounds

SAIC Career Invitational

Tuesday, 3/24

Recruiting: Customer Service Technicians, Systems Administrators, Project Management & Administration, Network Management, Configuration & Change Management, IT&C Strategic Planning

To have your resume prescreened for this event, visit and reference Req ID number 137397 or enter APG in the keyword field.


Jobspace: A Place for UMBC Job Seekers

Fridays during Spring Semester (note there is no meeting during Spring Break, 3/20)
12-1pm Free Hour
Math/Psych 104

- Learn proven job search techniques and gain insider info
- Work together with other UMBC job seekers
- Get and stay motivated as you job search

Graduating students of all majors encouraged to attend each Friday. Join in at any point! Contact Career Services (, 410.455.2216, M/P 204) with questions. Check out our calendar to see what topics are being discussed each week.

Career Boot Camp 2009

*Join Us in New York for Career 2009 Boot Camp *

Anyone in career services knows that the worst job market in 30 years has created no small amount of anxiety in the Class of 2009. They’re concerned about what’s in store for them job-wise, how they’re going to launch their career and whether their major has adequately prepared them for such tough times.

Women For Hire has the answer: Career 2009 Boot Camp, an intensive, two-day program in New York City June 3-4 that's designed to teach new grads everything they need to know to launch their careers in this recession. The program is co-ed.

At Career Boot Camp 2009, grads will meet dozens of recruiters and industry executives from media, marketing, advertising, human resources, fashion, finance, green energy, health care, non-profits, technology and more.

They will come away with actionable tools and connections to launch their careers in the weak economy, including how the recruiting and hiring process works, contact information for employers they meet and a realistic idea of today’s job market.

*Pros will host seminars on:*

• Standing out from the competition, guarding your professionalism online, acing the toughest interview and nailing the follow up.

• Business etiquette, professionalism and networking, negotiating compensation, the inside scoop on hiring and what recruiters want.

Industry leaders from *ABC News, Avon, CBS, Ernst & Young, ESPN, Estee Lauder, Etsy, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York Times, Pfizer, Salvatore Ferragamo* and more will discuss career options and paths. Graduate school administrators will evaluate the pros and cons of getting post grad degrees in law, business and more.

Recent college grads will share the dirt on entry level positions and how to make a realistic transition from college to work, and the highs and lows of life on the job.

Click here <> for more details.

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