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Full Time Entry-Level Job

Applications Developer
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
UMBCworks ID# 9232891 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Involvement in all phases of the SDLC from requirements analysis to post-implementation support. Plan, design, and prepare engineering construction documents relating to additions, alterations, and renovations.

Full Time Entry-Level Job

Business Analyst
UMBCworks ID# 9232959 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Min 3-5 positions, 6-9 months long, can go longer based on individual performance
Looking for entry level graduates with a minimum of BS degree in Computers or related. This candidate will work as a Business Analyst at the Woodlawn location for a Federal client.
Should know IT terminologies like databases, languages, software development etc. You will get to learn and work on SQL, Requisite Pro, QTP, Quality Center, COBOL, DB2 skills.

No hands on experience is necessary. Knowledge or experience in any other IT programs is a plus.

Looking for sharp candidates. Excellent communication and presentation skills, ability to interact with different people and cultures, quick learner, not afraid to take on responsibilities.

Full Time Entry-Level Job

FPGA/PCB Board Design Engineer
Syneren Technologies
UMBCworks ID# 9232762 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Syneren Technologies Corporation is a solution provider for ASIC/FPGA and Systems Design.

We have immediate internship/part-time and full-time openings for undergraduate seniors and graduate students from Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science Departments.


• FPGA Design with Altera, Lattice, Actel or Xilinx Devices (MUST HAVE Verilog/VHDL experience)

* Knowledge of Communications System Protocols including Modulation/Demodulation; SONET/ATM/TCP/IP/SNMP -- preferable

* Knowledge and hands-on experience with analog/RF/mixed-signal designs -- preferable

• Understanding of hardware engineering fundamentals.

• Experience using analytical tools like MATLAB, Modelsim.

* Experience with Verification and Validation -- PLUS

• Test Bench writing, Verification and Validation

• Design with VHDL or Verilog -- MUST HAVE

C, C++, Perl, Java experience – a plus
PCB schematic and layout tools experience with cadence Experience with Cadence Orcad and Allegro is a plus

Experience with usage of test equipment is a plus

*Syneren Technologies Corp is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

** Permanent residence and/or US Citizenship required **

Part Time Job

April 4 & 6

TK New York is a New York based event production company. We are looking for 11 Brand Ambassadors and 1 Lead Brand Ambassador to help out during the COMBOS (snacks) National Tour in Baltimore, MD.

Our brand ambassadors should be outgoing, energetic, people-persons. They are required to be punctual and ready to work and have fun! Brand Ambassadors will have direct contact with game patrons by taking pictures, playing games and handing out free samples.

Where: MLB Baltimore Orioles Home Opener
When: April 4th & 6th – full days
How: Send Resume and Photo

Customer Service/ Promotional experience is a must.
You must be a US Citizen over the age of 18 years old.

Lead Brand Ambassador – Great Daily Pay – Will be discussed during job consideration

Brand Ambassadors - Great Hourly Pay – Will be discussed during job consideration

Come be a part of a bigger picture – COMBOS will be touring 14 cities during their tour! You will have tons of fun while also gaining professional experience.

We look forward to seeing your resume and photo! Please email them to Interviews will be conducted over the phone.

Please make sure to put BALTIMORE as the subject of the email.

Part Time Job

Camp Instructor or Counsleor
Columbia Association
UMBCworks ID# 9232952 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

The Columbia Art Center is recruiting for our summer art camp. The camp runs from June 22- August 14th. MUST BE AVAILABLE ALL 8 WEEKS including mandatory CA camp training June 8th -11th from 5:30-8:30 and June 18th,19th and 20th all day.

Instructors teach children art methods, techniques and principles through a variety of creative projects. This is a great position for art students, new art teachers or teachers. Visual and performing arts instructors encouraged to apply. Counselors are responsible for their specific group and help instructors aide the children in completing their projects, They also lead the campers in free time activities.

Counselors and instructors must be able to stand for up to 6 hours, work outside in summer temperatures(camp is mostly indoors), and attend mandatory camp training. Counselors must be at least 18 years old or a high school graduate. All employees are subject to federal and state background checks.

Compensation for counselors starts at $7.40 per hour. Instructor positions start at $8.50 per hour.

For an application you can go to and click on job opportunities. You must complete application for interview.

You can send your applications to Attention: Monica Herber, Columbia Art Center at Columbia Art Center 6100 Foreland Garth Columbia, Maryland 21045.

Part Time Job

Part Time temporary babysitter/nanny
Misc. Household Opportunities
UMBCworks ID# 9232973 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Need a babysitter/nanny to watch 3 month old baby girl for a few hours a day at my home in Columbia, MD. The hours would be 7AM-10AM Tuesday – Friday until the end of the year. Pay is negotiable. Would prefer prior infant experience and early childhood education background.

Part Time Job

Part Time Summer Child Care
Misc. Household Opportunities
UMBCworks ID# 9232924 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Catonsville family looking for an experienced babysitter for the summer to take care of children, ages 9 (boy) and 7 (girl), in our home. We are looking for someone fun and energetic, and willing to drive to activities, and provide pool supervision. Person must be responsible, active, playful, and enjoy the outdoors. This is a three day per week position.
Experience with small children
Must have own transportation and excellent driving history
CPR certified
Able to provide references of previous childcare jobs

Part Time On-Campus Job

Commonvision Designer
UMBC The Commons
UMBCworks ID# 9232509 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Student will assist with designs for campus and student organization events and announcements as well as internal projects. Training and responsibilities will include print production, file preparation, finishing equipment (cutting/binding) as well as digital signage systems. Day-to-day office operations and customer service duties will be necessary. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, QuarkXPress, MAC and PC platforms and other design software are recommended.

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

Part-Time On-Campus Job

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.

Part-Time On-Campus

Summer Tutor/Counselor
UMBC Classic Upward Bound
UMBCworks ID# 9232348 (access UBMCworks via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

We are looking for tutor/counselors for the upcoming summer component. During the summer students stay on UMBC's campus, take classes, and experience cultural activities for six weeks. Tutor/counselors help students with their studies as well as social skills . Tutors are required to live on campus with the students (room and board are provided).

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:

General Announcements

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.

Seeking Bilingual, MS-Level Technical Information Specialist

(This position is located in Washington, D.C.)
The US Department of Education's Federal Student Aid, Student Aid and Awareness Division is seeking Graduate (Master Degree/or Master Degree Candidates) students, or students nearing the completion of their Graduate program for a position as a Technical Information Specialist in the Federal Career Intern Program (FCIP). The main duties of the position are: web analytics/trending analysis understanding, some project management experience and at least intermediate level experience with Microsoft Office 2003/2007 products. *Bi-lingual is a must, applicant must be fluent in English and Spanish*. Individuals selected for FCIP will be appointed to a full-time entry-level position and are eligible for benefits such as health insurance, life insurance, sick and vacation leave as soon as they start. During the first two years of the position, participants will be provided with formal training and developmental assignments. Upon completion of the program, participants are eligible for non-competitive conversion to a permanent position in the competitive service with Federal Student Aid. This position has promotion potential. US *CITIZENSHIP IS REQUIRED*. Applicants matching our recruitment needs will be forwarded to the selecting official for consideration. Relocation expenses will not be paid. Details are below:

Position: Technical Information Specialist
Program: Federal Career Intern Program (Developmental)
Grade: GS-09
Pay: $50,408 - $65,531
Full Performance Level: GS-11
Benefits: _<>_
Summary of Duties
1. Ability to write in a clear and concise well-organized manner.
2. Ability to handle multiple projects and task and maintain them in a
well-organized manner.
3. Ability to work with and meet deadlines.
4. Detailed oriented; demonstrated ability to attention to detail.

Interested candidates must respond by e-mail to or fax 202-275-0486 by April 10,2009. A resume and transcript must be included. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for the application process. The individual selected for the position must provide an official transcript.

The resume must include the following information:
City and State
Phone Number with area code
E-mail Address
Graduation Date
US Citizenship Required (status must be indicated)
Veteran's Preference

Please contact me at the number below if there are any questions.
Beverly Barnes
Management and Program Analyst-HR
Dept of Education, Federal Student Aid

On-Campus Recruitment

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.


Engineering, Computer Science & IT Career Fair 2009

Friday, 4/3
Capitol College, Laurel, MD

Meet employers recruiting for FT and co-op positions, including: BAE Systems, Motorola, NOAA, Nortrhop Grumman, and more.

Register at: .
Dress professionally and bring copies of your resume.

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.

University of Baltimore- Public Service Fair

March 30, 2009
Business Center Atrium
2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Log in to
for a list of employers.

Email with questions.

College of Notre Dame of Maryland's 3rd Annual Career Fair

Thursday, April 23, 2009
10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Doyle Formal,
College of Notre Dame of Maryland

Email> with questions.

Part-Time and Summer Job Fairs

Monday, April 6, 2009
Towson University Union Potomac Lounge
10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Contact 410-704-2233 with questions.

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

Just in Time Career and Internship Fair

Towson University Union Chesapeake Rooms
Monday, April 21, 2009
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Contact 410-704-2233 with questions.


Yes You Can: Tips on Mastering the Job Search

$20 for an eight-hour workshop

Option 1 — Friday, 3/27 and Friday, 4/3 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. (two half-days)
Option 2 — Saturday, 4/25 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Concerned about finding a job in today’s market?
Do you know how to make connections and network with employers?
Need help with presenting yourself to employers?

Do you need answers to these questions?

How can I convince people to hire me?
What am I good at that I really enjoy?
What should I do with my life?
How can I find jobs I want?

If you need the answers to these important questions, then help is close at hand! UMBC's Career Services Center will be holding an eight hour workshop focusing on a non-traditional job search process that will open up new opportunities in this competitive economic climate.

Unlike other career assessments and workshops, you'll be able to assess your strengths and identify what you enjoy, things that you do well and events or experiences in which you take pride. Ultimately by learning more about yourself through this process, you open up new opportunities.

Through this non-traditional job search process and guided group discussions, you will:
Identify what you are good at and what you love to do, Learn to articulate your worth to an employer, Learn to make contacts whenever you may want them, Succeed in interviews Write a resume that gets attention Work with a support team to increase self-confidence Knowing what you're good at and love to do is key to getting employers to hire you. This workshop will allow you to uncover, believe in, and effectively communicate your true strengths.

To Register

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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