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Full-Time Entry-Level Job

Bilingual Tele/Video Tech Support (OVERNIGHT SHIFT)
Vinciti AQ
UMBCworks ID#: 9233239 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Bilingual Tele/Video Tech Support (OVERNIGHT SHIFT)

Are you an enthusiastic, high energy, team player with a passion for technology? Do you love working with PCs and related technologies?

Are you fluent in one or more of the following language pairs?




If so, we have the job for you!

As a first line contact, Technical Support Agents are responsible for providing high quality world class support on a wide variety of inquiries from customers, including questions on product functionality, usability, installation, and compatibility. The Agent is accountable for customer satisfaction by achieving certain prescribed, measurable performance goals.

In this role you will answer inbound phone calls from end users of a wide variety of video and teleconferencing equipment. You'll be providing support for cameras, plasma monitors and other very cool stuff!

Paid training provided.

Applicants must be available to train Monday - Friday and start within the next few weeks.

OVERNIGHT schedule after training is completed.

Full-Time Entry-Level Job

Employment Consultant
UMBCworks ID#:9233232 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Humanim's Vocational Services department in Columbia, Md is currently seeking Full-Time Employment Consultants. This position is responsible for helping individuals with disabilites obtain employment. The ideal candidate will be an outging, independent person with excellent organization and writing skills. Experience workng with individuals who have disabilities and the Division of Rehabilitation Services is ideal. Bachelor's degree with Sales/Marketing experience preferred. Drivers License and personal vehicle required.

Full-Time Entry-Level Job

Junior Radar Systems Engineer
Systems Engineering Group, Inc.
UMBCworks ID#: 9233262 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Company Overview: Systems Engineering Group, Inc. (SEG) is a highly regarded provider of air and missile defense threat engineering and combat, radar, and missile systems engineering and analysis. Principal customers include the U.S. Navy, Missile Defense Agency, and Industry. SEG is headquartered in Columbia, MD and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telephonics Corporation.

Brief Summary: SEG is looking for an exceptional entry level engineer to design, develop, and test radar technology. Candidates are immediately integrated into design teams to solve difficult technical problems and develop unique technological solutions. Initiative, creativity, and teamwork are the keys to success. Our Electrical Engineers are involved with radar system analysis and design, simulation, signal processing, hardware solutions through FPGA and DSP, digital design, system integration, and test. You will be part of a team that is responsible for system engineering for advanced airborne radar applications including airborne surveillance (AMTI), ground moving target surveillance (GMTI), synthetic aperture radar (SAR), airborne clutter cancellation (Adaptive MTI, DPCA, STAP). This includes analysis of existing as well as proposed system architectures. This is a great opportunity for a young engineer to join a small company and quickly develop experience in a broad range of disciplines.

Requirements: Qualified candidates must have a minimum of a B.S. in electrical engineering with strong computer programming skills and a GPA of 3.3/4.0. MSEE preferred. Interest in signal processing, algorithm development, and radar design a must. Experience with Matlab and C++ preferred. Multithreaded and multiprocessor programming for DSP is desirable. Network application programming with WinSock API is preferred. Good interpersonal and communication skills a must. Must be a US citizen and have a background that would permit the U.S. Department of Defense to issue a Secret clearance.

Please send resumes to: E-Mail: or Fax: (410) 309-1942

Full-Time Entry Level Job

Records Assistant
Venable LLP
UMBCworks ID#: 9233323 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Venable LLP, one of the top 100 law firms in the U.S., has an opportunity available for a Records Assistant in our Client Intake Department. Responsibilities include data entry, running conflict searches on client database and reporting results to the Ethics Committee for review, coordinating the review and approval of changes to client database, maintaining the firm's new case docket, and researching Standard Industry codes for marketing purposes. The successful applicant will be detail-oriented with at least two years related experience and will possess excellent data entry, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.

Venable provides a comprehensive benefits package, competitive salary and excellent working conditions in a professional environment. See our Web site at Please respond to: Venable LLP, Attn: HR Dept., 750 E. Pratt Street, Suite 900, Baltimore, MD 21202; or email EOE/M/F/D/V.

Part-Time Job

IT Support
NFM, Inc
UMBCworks ID#: 9233267 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

The IT department strives to provide an enterprise class Information technology resources to our company so that it can become an industry leader in the current financial environment. The IT department offers a great opportunity to learn new skills as well as enhance your Information Technology knowledge.

Essential Job Functions:
• Troubleshoot all information technology issues, including software, hardware, and networking.
• Configure, install and update desktops, laptops, PDAs, peripherals, networks, and related software.
• Install, assemble, and configure computers, monitors, network infrastructure, and peripherals such as printers, scanners, and related hardware.
• Troubleshoot problems with computer systems, including troubleshooting hardware and software, e-mail, network and peripheral equipment problems.
• Makes repairs and corrections on computer systems, hardware and software, and peripheral equipment where required.
• Receive and respond to incoming calls, e-mails, and helpdesk tickets regarding information technology issues.
• Assist in IT administrative tasks (backup and recovery and servers maintenance)
• Maintain an inventory of all computers, monitors, printers, scanners, and other peripheral equipment.
• Support development and implementation of new projects and new hardware installations.
• Assist in Application administration such as creating/terminating users.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with a job.

Associates degree in one of the following or related fields: Information Systems/Computer Science or related field required or equivalent combination of education and work experience. A+ and Network+ certification is a plus

Minimum of one year experience in IT Support environment is a plus but not required. Experience in the mortgage industry is a plus. Current college students majoring in IS/Computer Science are encouraged to apply.

Special Requirements:
This job will require a criminal background check.

• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with Windows XP and Windows 2003 desktop and server operating systems.
• Proficiency and experience with trouble ticket systems. Demonstrated ability to complete minimum number of tickets per period (based upon group standards).
• Experience with MS Exchange administration, file/folder permissions administration, MS Active Directory, and hardware/software troubleshooting.
• Experience with Basic Networking in a Microsoft environment.
• Experience in installing and troubleshooting network printers.
• Experience with PBX phone system.
• Experience in PC hardware and software troubleshooting in a Microsoft environment.
• Must have excellent organizational skills; and ability to multi task and excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to work independently or as a team, assesses priorities, and manages a variety of activities.

Additional Information:
Supervisory Responsibilities:
Not Applicable
Typical Physical Demands:
Must be able to lift at least 30 lbs
Working Conditions including Travel and Overtime:
Job may require occasional overtime.
Interested applicants should send resume with cover letter referencing position #PTIT to: NFM Inc/HR, 505 Progress Drive, Suite 100, Linthicum, MD. 21090; fax: (443) 451-9434 or email: For additional information, visit our website at
Individuals responding to job postings are considered applicants if you meet the following criteria: (1) have expressed interest through the Internet, email or other related technologies, (2) are considered by NFM Inc. for a particular position, (3) possess the basic qualifications for the position and (4) do not at any point remove yourself from consideration.
We thank all individuals for their interest in NFM Inc. however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Part-Time Job

Household Opportunities
UMBCworks ID#: 9233234 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

We are looking for a part-time nanny in our home three days a week. Hours would be 8am-5pm (some flexibility with setting hours). Ideally looking for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, but may be able to adjust for the right candidate.

Nanny/sitter would take care of a recently adopted boy from Viet Nam who is 14 months old. Responsibilities would include feeding lunch/bottles/snacks, diaper changes, putting down for nap, playing with and providing age appropriate education time, taking for stroller rides, etc. We have two dogs and letting them in the yard for potty breaks may be necessary at times.

Ideally, this would be a year-round position and we could work with right candidate on schedule when classes start again in the fall (ie., work MWF and take classes T/TH, etc.)
We would also consider someone just for the summer and make arrangements for someone different during the school year.

Part-Time Job

Rehabilitation Counselors
UMBCworks ID#: 9233233 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

The Individual Support Services department is looking for Behavioral Aides to work in Harford, Anne Arundel, Howard, and P.G. Counties. In search of caring individuals to provide one-on-one, in-home support to children with developmental disabilities. Experience with behavioral issues related to autism or ADHD preferred. Excellent hands-on experience for Psychology and Social Work students. We provide extensive paid training along with flexible evening and weekend hours.

Part-Time Job

Customer Service Rep
EmbroidMe Catonsville
UMBCworks ID#: 9233293 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Work part-time from 2 - 6 pm Monday through Friday at the front counter of our store. Help customers with ordering, enter orders in the computer, handle money transactions, make marketing phone calls, and answer the phone.

Part-Time On-Campus Job

Technology Assistant
UMBC The Retriever Weekly
UMBCworks ID#: 9233330 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

The Technology Assistant is primarily responsible for helping other members of the Retriever Weekly staff troubleshoot and overcome technical problems.

Part-Time On-Campus Job

UMBC The Retriever Weekly
UMBCworks ID#: 9233332 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

The Webmaster is responsible for maintaining and developing The Retriever Weekly website. Experience in PHP and JavaScript or similar scripting languages is necessary, as well as knowledge of SQL.

Summer Opportunity at the Director of National Intelligence

Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) is seeking about 30 highly motivated graduate students or exceptional seniors interested in careers in intelligence analysis to study and work with currently serving analysts during an intensive two-week residential seminar in Washington DC. Students will interact with front-line analysts working high profile intelligence issues, engage with senior Intelligence Community (IC) managers, with senior policymakers and eminent experts, and make site visits to IC agencies for in-depth analytic sessions. The hands-on seminar, the first such exercise sponsored by the ODNI, will be held July 13 through July 24, 2009 in Washington DC and will address the theme: "Political Instability - International Systems in Transition." Travel expenses, room and board, course materials and a $1,000 stipend will be paid. The seminar's co-sponsors are the Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analysis/National Intelligence Council Chairman, and the Office of the Intelligence Community Centers of Academic Excellence.

Information and application forms comprising the attached 28 page pdf may also be downloaded at:

The application deadline is April 30


Employer Career Information Sessions

Information Session - Full-Time Recruitment
Tue, 4/28/2009, 12:00 to 2:00 pm
Commons 328

We plan to give an informal presentation about our organization, the sales trainee position, the training program, and have time to answer any questions candidates have. If hired, students will have a base pay of $35,000 per year plus monthly bonus. Care One is looking to hire students in the following majors: All Majors.

Information Session - Both Internship/Co-op & Full-Time Recruitment
Wed, 4/29/2009, 12:00 to 2:00 pm
Library 7th Floor

Social Security Administration Information Session Wednesday, April 29, 2009 12 - 2pm 7th Floor, AOK Library “Make a difference in people’s lives and your own” How? Work for the Social Security Administration (SSA)! You can be involved in running one of the Nation’s largest entitlement programs and/or the Supplemental Security Income program while enjoying the benefits and security of being a Federal employee. SSA has career opportunities available in a variety of areas including: Public Contact Policy Information Technology Legal Acquisition and Grants Law Enforcement Financial Logistics Human Resources Accounting SSA has over 1,300 locations nationwide, tremendous opportunities for training and development, and great pay. If you are still in school, you might want to consider one of our Student Programs: Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP), Student Career Experience Program (SCEP), and Volunteer Internship Program (VIP). For more information, attend SSA’s information session on Wednesday, April 29. If you are not able to attend the session or if you want to find out more before the session, please visit SSA’s Careers site at: Please RSVP via events tab in UMBCworks. Co-hosted by Career Services Center and The Shriver Center.

Social Security Administration is looking to hire students in the following majors: Accounting, Aging Services, All Majors, American Studies, Business Technology Administration, Communications, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Economic Policy Analysis, Economics, English, Financial Economics, Health Administration and Policy, History, Information Systems, Policy Science, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology.

Information Session - Full-Time Recruitment
Thu, 4/30/2009, 5:00 to 6:00 pm
Math/Psych 210

Would like to invite Engineering students to join us to learn about U.S Navy Nuclear Engineering Programs. We will provide refreshments and give-a-ways.

Thousands of Jobs with the Social Security Administration

Social Security Administration Career Day
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
12 - 2pm
7th Floor, AOK Library

“Make a difference in people’s lives and your own”

How? Work for the Social Security Administration (SSA)!

You can be involved in running one of the Nation’s largest entitlement programs and/or the Supplemental Security Income program while enjoying the benefits and security of being a Federal employee.

SSA has career opportunities available in a variety of areas including:

Public Contact
Information Technology
Acquisition and Grants
Law Enforcement
Human Resources

SSA has over 1,300 locations nationwide, tremendous opportunities for training and development, and great pay.

If you are still in school, you might want to consider one of our Student Programs:
Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP), Student Career Experience Program (SCEP), and Volunteer Internship Program (VIP).
For more information, attend SSA’s information session on Wednesday, April 29.

If you are not able to attend the session or if you want to find out more before the session, please visit SSA’s Careers site at:

Please RSVP via events tab in UMBCworks. Co-hosted by Career Services Center and The Shriver Center.


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.

2009 BIO Career Fair

Monday, May 18th, 2009
from 2:00 pm-7:00 pm

Georgia World Congress Center <>,
285 Andrew Young International Blvd., NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30313-1591
(Upload your resume if you can't attend)

Thomas B Murphy Ballroom, Building B Level 5 - take the stairs near the Terraces Restaurant

The BIO Career Fair is *FREE* for Job Seekers! Take advantage of the opportunity to network with industry peers and interview for available jobs. All professionals with a 4-year life science degree or a community college biotech focus required.

All resumes will be pre-screened. You must have a minimum of a 4-year life science degree OR a community college biotech degree.

Maximize your time spent at the BIO Career Fair. Once you have registered, search jobs
from the exhibiting companies. Your pre-event review will prepare you and save you time at the Career Fair.

Can't attend? If you can't be with us in Atlanta – no problem – be sure to upload your resume ASAP. Employers will be searching.

You're in good hands! The BioSpace team has managed and produced career events for the past decade and serves over 10,000 candidates every year. Bringing the same quality and experience to the BIO Career Fair in Atlanta, Georgia, it is sure to be a success!

Details at

Philly Career Fair

Thursday, April 30, 2009 | 10AM - 4PM
Philadelphia Marriot Downtown
1201 Market St.
Philadelphia , PA 19107
Center City

Connect your company with Greater Philadelphia’s brightest talent! Be part of the PhillyMagnet Career Fair, powered by the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and Meet diverse job candidates who are looking for employment opportunities with the region’s top companies.

Together, the Chamber and The Inquirer, Daily News and offer you a powerful opportunity to reach not just the most candidates but the best. Our last PhillyMagnet Career Fair, held on April 23, 2008, attracted more than 60 exhibitors and over 3,000 quality job candidates from a wide range of industries.

The PhillyMagnet Career Fair will be promoted with an eight-week campaign of print, electronic and online media that sells the excitement of our region as it highlights the opportunities you offer.

The PhillyMagnet Career Fair will be touted in a special expanded edition of JOBS in the Sunday Inquirer on Sunday, April 26 and in the Daily News on Monday, April 27; a section that will reach more job seekers than any other media in the region. .

Sign on and all this power goes to work for you. For exhibitor information, call 215-854-4140 or
Hurry, deadline to participate is 3 pm Friday, April 24.

Job Seekers
Come to PhillyMagnet – one of the biggest free career fairs of the year! Your opportunity to meet and interview with some of the Philadelphia region’s top companies awaits you at the PhillyMagnet Career Fair. This is your best chance to reach the quality companies that can instantly change your future.

Plan now to come to the PhillyMagnet Career Fair on April 30 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. While resumes are not required, they are strongly recommended. Remember, this is a potential employer’s first impression of you, so arrive at the career fair as though you were going to a job interview. Come prepared to impress and you're on your way to your next great career opportunity! No pre-registration is necessary for this event; registration will take place at PhillyMagnet.

Acme Markets
Diamond Healthcare Staffing Services, Inc.
Internal Revenue Service
JEVS Human Services
Main Line Health
NewCourtland Network
New York Life
Niche Media, Inc.
Northeast Planning
Philadelphia Gas Works
Primerical Financial
Southeastern PA Workforce Investment Boards
University of Pennsylvania
And more!

Academic Pavilion
Community College of Philadelphia
Eastern University
Fox School of Business - Temple University
Universal Technical Institute
And more!

Job seekers, plan on attending these career-enhancing seminars. The seminar schedule will be posted shortly.

Presented by the Southeastern PA Workforce Investment Boards:
The College-Career Connection: There is a need for more college educated workers. Labor market analysts predict that over 70% of all new jobs will require a college degree. Working adults who don’t yet have a degree certainly understand the importance of a college credential for their professional development, but they ask: What degree should I pursue? Which is the best college? How do I pay for it? Many also harbor two additional issues: fear of the unknown and inadequate academic preparedness. This session will introduce a framework for answering these questions in a way that optimizes opportunities and addresses barriers upfront.

Hot Jobs: Despite the challenging economic times, there are companies from key industries in the Delaware Valley Region that are still in need of skilled workers. This session will include representatives from those companies who will share the skills, competencies, and credentials necessary to secure employment with their organization.

Secrets to Landing a Job In Tough Economic Times: Securing a job that matches your skills and interest has always required a committed effort. However, in these tough economic times, that effort has increased. This session will include the things you can do to help set you apart from the pack. Tips for searching for the right job, developing a eye-catching resume, and giving a dynamic interview will all be discussed during this session.

The Green Jobs Sector: There has been a great deal of buzz about “green jobs;” buzz at the local, state and national levels. What is a green job? What is the green economy? This session will provide information about the green jobs sectors, the types of jobs it comprises, the industries that are included, and the skills and credentials needed to participate in the emerging Green Economy.

Presented by CampusPhilly:
Selling Yourself: Resumes that Stand Out: Job seekers need a competitive edge to get themselves noticed. In this seminar, the nonprofit Campus Philly teaches you how to showcase your skills and experience through your resume and cover letter to break through the clutter. Event Information

New Jersey Collegiate Career Day

Thursday, May 28, 2009
9:30 - 3:30

Open to all college students and graduates from any school. 150 employers with full-time jobs and internships. Rutgers University - New Brunswick

Details, resume submittal, directions/parking instructions, and a list of employers at beginning May 1. Look for the link at the TOP of our homepage.

DO NOT click on "Student Login to CareerKnight."
Email to 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


After the Corps: Teach For America’s Employer Partnerships

Teach For America is hosting an online event to highlight our employer partnerships on Tuesday, 4/21. Teach For America’s 15 employer partners—including Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, McKinsey, and Google—value the leadership skills and experience that distinguish Teach For America corps members. To read about the partnerships these organizations have built with our non-profit, see our website at

The event on the 21st is a great opportunity to hear the perspectives of Teach For America alumni Rex Farrand (NYC ’06 & Goldman Sachs employee) & Jenny Tsai (NYC ’07 & Google deferral), ask questions about their experiences, and get more details about pursuing a career path with both Teach For America and one of our employer partners. Just click the hyperlink below to register, and you can attend the event using any computer and any phone.

I hope you can join us!

Teach For America’s Employer Partnerships:
Helping Corps Members Effect Long-Term Change
Tuesday, April 21 @ 8pm EASTERN

Questions? Contact
One day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education. Visit

LSAT Test Preparation

May 12 - June 2, 2009 Tuesday Evenings
6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m

Come to UMBC and prepare for the types of questions included in the Law School Admissions Test. Designed to improve performance on the competitive LSAT, this intensive course focuses on:

Test-taking techniques
Time-saving methods
Improving logical reasoning
Practicing with sample tests
Enhancing reading comprehension
Reducing test anxiety

Taught by Dr. Bruce Spiegelberg and Dr. Anthony Poplawski of Spiegelberg and Associates, UMBC’s Test Preparation Courses are acclaimed for their comprehensiveness, revealing the true character of the test, their focus on maximizing scores, their intellectual seriousness, and reducing the test candidate’s test anxiety. Instruction is at the highest professional level by experienced college faculty.

Please visit The Law School Admission Council at to view information on the LSAT exam.

4 Weeks, 1 evening per week

$595.00 (discounts available - click here for more information)

UMBC Training Centers, South Campus, 1442 S. Rolling Road, Baltimore, MD 21227


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.

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