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April 26, 2009 - May 2, 2009 Archives


Entry-Level Job

Assistant Analyst - Macroeconomic Analysis Division
Congressional Budget Office
UMBCworks ID#: 9233441 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

The Macroeconomic Analysis Division is seeking candidates for an entry-level assistant analyst position for a period not to exceed three years – ideal for those interested in substantive work experience before attending graduate school.

The Macroeconomic Analysis Division, with about 26 economists, is responsible for the macroeconomic forecasts that are used in the budget and for reporting to the Congress on the likely macroeconomic impact of its proposals. Assistant analysts provide support to other members of the division on a wide variety of topics. They help maintain models used in the development of the economic forecast and projections, and assist in the data manipulation and analysis for projects such as: the effect of taxation on labor supply, the macroeconomic effects of social security reform proposals, the determinants of long-term growth, the economic effects of fiscal policy, and financial analysis of federal credit and insurance programs.

Entry-Level Job

Adjustable Rate Mortgage Specialist
Chevy Chase Bank
UMBCworks ID#: 9233366 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)


The Adjustable Rate Mortgage Specialist’s primary responsibility is to monitor and manage the adjustment of all Adjustable Rate Mortgage loans serviced by the bank.


-Obtain and load indices for all adjustable rate loan products on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.

-Monitor all ARM loan adjustments on a daily basis.

-Reconcile ARM loan reports to Online Letters generated on a daily basis.

Ÿ Monitor ARM calculations and letters generated for ARM loans in default.

Ÿ Run Passport reports to audit all New ARM loans comparing ARM Plan codes to Product codes.

Ÿ Run Passport reports to forecast ARM loan calculations.

Ÿ Review Fidelity Mortgage Software Reports : P1TW – ARM Calculations Applied and S2TW – Exceptions to ensure accurate ARM calculations.

-Run Passport reports for negatively amortizing ARM loans.

-Review Negative ARM plan letters and reconcile with applicable system messages on
The P1TW report.

-Review all investor ARM adjustment reports.

-Assist ARM Auditor with completing a monthly Audit on a sample of New ARM loans

-Assist the ARM Auditor with completing a monthly Audit on a sample of ARM

-Perform all maintenance required on all ARM loans.

-Review and maintain all Fidelity ARM and Payment Change Schedule Maintenance Reports.

-Research all ARM inquiries and correct any problem accounts.

-Report all statistics regarding ARM adjustments to the Special Loans Manager.

-Prepare all required ARM information for internal and external ARM audits.

-Review and audit new acquisitions of ARM loans.

-Answer incoming telephone calls from the Customer Service Call Queue.

-Maintain Fidelity ARM workstation and Payment Schedule systems to reflect any change in ARM loan information.

-Communicate effectively when responding to all verbal and written borrower inquiries. All written correspondence must be answered in writing within 5 days of receipt of a letter. All responses must be reviewed by the Special Loans Manager.

Ÿ Meet directly with customers to discuss their loans.

Ÿ Train and assist Customer Service Representatives in all ARM adjustment policies.

Ÿ Complete all tasks as assigned within 5 days of receipt.

Ÿ Document online all system maintenance and customer inquiries.

-Review and prepare mortgage payments for posting.

-Review the suspense account daily.

-Participate in special projects as requested from the Special Loans Manager.

-Report status of workload on a weekly basis to the Special Loan Manager.

-Prepare monthly reports for all responsibilities with in 3 days of month end and distribute to the Special Loan Manager for review.

-Be trained and assist as back up for Construction Loans Processor

Entry-Level Job

Junior Software Developer
Credit Management Solutions, Inc.
UMBCworks ID#: 9233427 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Credit Management Solutions, Inc. (CMSI) is a premier provider of credit automation software and services, including Internet-based online lending and leasing technology. Drawing upon over 20 years of experience in the credit processing industry, CMSI has developed and provided
open-architecture software products and services that manage volume intensive credit operations over wide-area networks. Building on this foundation, the company's e-commerce products and services provide innovative solutions that credit-enable business-to-business and business-to-consumer transactions.

We are currently seeking a Junior Software Developer for CMSI's credit-decision automation products. The successful applicant will participate in the full software development life-cycle, including analysis, design, development, and testing of web-enabled applications using a combination of Java, ColdFusion, JSP, & JavaScript.

We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package, including medical/dental, 401K, employee stock purchase plan, paid time off, and many other voluntary benefits and corporate discount programs.

Part-Time Job

2009 Java Developer
Trufina, Inc.
UMBCworks ID#: 9233467 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Trufina is looking for a talented Java web application
developer to be a critical member of the team creating Trufina's web based products. We are seeking a student with 2-3 years of the undergraduate Computer Science program completed. The student must be a self-starter, and
possess a strong knowledge of Java programming language, object-oriented design, web/internet technologies (http, html, java script), scripting languages (bash) and unix.

Trufina provides a challenging, fun, and success driven work environment. This position will be an excellent opportunity for the candidate with a passion for technical engineering and a strong desire to grow along with an ambitious and rapidly evolving team.

Part-Time Job

American Pool Enterprises, Inc.
UMBCworks ID#: 9233388 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Now hiring lifeguards, pool managers, and supervisors. Great pay and Great locations! FREE Red Cross training for all employees.

Part-Time Job

SECU Credit Union
UMBCworks ID#: 9231738 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Assist members with financial needs. Accurately process member transactions such as deposits and withdrawals. Accurately process money orders or official checks for members. Answer member inquiries of SECU products and services. Responsible for meeting quarterly goals. Other duties as assigned.

High school diploma or equivalent (GED). Previous experience in a financial institution is preferred. Minimum 6 months previous cash handling experience required. Strong mathematical, organizational and analytical skills are needed for transaction processing. Strong problem solving skills and complete comfort is a sales and service environment. Ability to interact effectively with the public and provide a consistent, positive service experience.

Part-Time Job

Website Design and Maintenance
UMBCworks ID#: 9233450 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

Create web sites and maintain sites that have already been created. Knowledge of HTML and PHP required. Additional skills a plus.

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.


Did you work part-time during Spring 2009 semester?

"Did you work part-time during the Spring 2009 semester? On May 4, 2009, the Career Services Center will launch an electronic survey to collect part-time job hiring data. Keep an eye out for the survey, complete it, and be entered into a drawing to win a prize!"

May Grads -- We Need Your Help with the Graduating Student Report

Graduating grad and undergrad students will soon be asked to complete UMBC's Graduating Student Report. Students picking up their cap and gowns May 4-6 in the Bookstore will have the opportunity to share their post-UMBC plans in a short, online survey via on-site laptops. May grads will also receive a follow-up email asking for this critical information. All collected data will remain confidential and everyone who completes the report will be entered to win a $50 bookstore gift certificate.

To view a summary of last year's Report, visit . Best of luck to all May grads and thank you in advance for your help with this very important data collection effort. Questions can be directed to the Career Services Center (, 410.455.2216).


Employer Career Information Sessions at UMBC

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.

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

Are you thinking about your future? At NASA, we make the future happen. Become a part of the NASA team - and develop job skills that could take you farther than you ever imagined!

The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center will hold a presentation to inform interested students of entry-level positions open to the UMBC undergraduate and graduate students, majoring in business, accounting and finance. The featured positions we will cover are: Resource Analyst and Account.

NASA is looking to hire students in the following majors: Accounting, Financial Economics, and Business Technology Administration.

Thousands of Jobs with the Social Security Administration - SSA Career Day 4/29

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.


Science & Research Job Fair at JHU

Recognized as one of Baltimore Magazine’s “Best Places to Work,”
Johns Hopkins University is holding a Job Fair
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, May 2, 2009—Baltimore

Come learn about potential job opportunities for experienced research, laboratory, finance, IT, and grants and contracts administration applicants made possible by the federal stimulus package. These positions are expected to last 18 to 24 months with normal JHU benefits.Please bring at least two copies of your resume. Hiring managers and human resources representatives may conduct on-the-spot interviews.

Registration is required and space is limited. Location information will be provided at the registration web site. Please register for an information session no later than April 29 at

To view current openings, please visit

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

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

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.

Entry-Level Government/Contractor Job Expo

Friday, 5/15
Ten Oaks Ballroom, 5000 Signal Bell Ln., Clarksville, MD 21029

Meet with 20+ employer representatives from the following:
Lockheed Martin
U.S. Department of Education
Department of Homeland Security/Office of Health Affairs
Northrop Grumman
Social Security Administration
Defense Information Systems Agency
And more!

Recent and soon-to-be grads and current students encouraged to apply for full-time and internship positions. Sponsored by the Columbia Workforce Center a partner of the Maryland Workforce Exchange.

Call 410.290.2605 for more information.


New Grads Get a Great Job

Thursday, June 11 & Friday, June 12
9am - 5pm
Pre-register at .

Are you graduating this semester?
Still looking for a job?
Need answers to the big 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?

Many soon-to-be and new graduates don't know what they're going to do come commencement. Luckily, help is close at hand! UMBC's Career Services Center will be holding a two day workshop (Thursday, June 11 and Friday, June 12, 2009 from 9am-5pm) focusing on a non-traditional job search process that will open up new opportunities and allow you to find not just a job to pay the bills, but work that you love!

This two day workshop helps you to do just that! 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. It motivates you to succeed. Ultimately by learning more about yourself through this process, you open up new opportunities.

The focus in this workshop is a non-traditional job search process. Through guided group discussions, participants 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
* Work with a support team to increase self-confidence
* Develop a tool to help you be remembered and referred

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.

Due to the nature of this workshop, there is a registration fee ($50 covers both days) and space is limited. We look forward to helping you change your life!

The total cost of the workshop is $50 and includes all materials. Please pre-register at .

Big 10 Graduate Student Expo

At the Big 10+ Graduate School Expo September 27-28, 2009, students

* Get an inside look at graduate school and the application
* Receive advice about funding opportunities from National Science
Foundation representatives and other experts
* Network with representatives from more than 50 of the nation's
top graduate institutions
* Attend a premier graduate school fair

This two day mini-conference is especially designed for students
interested in graduate education in:

* Science
* Technology
* Engineering
* Mathematics
* Pharmaceutical sciences
* Other science-related disciplines.

The Big 10+ Graduate School Expo awarded more than $30,000 in travel scholarships last year. Women and members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to attend.

For more information 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.

About April 2009

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