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July 12, 2009 - July 18, 2009 Archives


Physical Therapy Technician/Aide (Full-Time)

Physical Therapy Technician/Aide
Sports Physical Therapy of Towson

Physical therapy aide(s)/technician(s) wanted for physical therapy practice. Positions require active participation in all job duties including communication with professional staff, patient contact, maintaining a safe and clean environment, and the ability to plan and adapt to situation as they arise. A clean, neat appearance is required as well as a professional mannerism.

Applicants must fulfill one or more of the following requirements:
Prior experience as a physical therapy aide/technician.
Prior experience in a healthcare setting.
Current college student or recent graduate in health related field including but not limited to exercise physiology/physical education, biology/pre-physical therapy/pre-occupational therapy, etc.

Apply via UMBCworks, position # 9234604 .

Office Assistant (Part-Time)

Accurate Heating & Air Conditioning

Located minutes from the UMBC campus, this is a great part-time job opportunity for a student. Work will entail:

-Typing and distribution of proposals and invoices.
-Scheduling of appointments, estimates, and service calls.
-Answering phones.
-Corresponding with new and existing customers.

Applicant must be computer literate and able to utilize the company e-mail account. Must be familiar with Microsoft Office, specific programs will be taught upon hire.

Apply via UMBCworks; Position ID# 9234608

Community Liaison (Part-Time; On-Campus)

The Office of Graduate Student Life (OGSL) is operated by the Graduate Student Association (GSA) to meet the needs of graduate students as they pursue degrees at the master’s and doctoral levels in all disciplines at UMBC. The following position is currently available for the 2009-2010 academic year:


The Community Liaison will provide information on University policies and procedures and refer graduate students to services offered on campus, intercepting problems among the graduate student population, through direct student contact or in conjunction with GSA Board and Senate members, and working toward solutions with the appropriate campus offices. The Community Liaison will also work to address campus-wide graduate student concerns, help develop conflict resolution strategies and skills among graduate student leaders, and represent GSA at campus wide committees. The Community Liaison is a member of the OGSL and is expected to assist the OGSL and GSA in its mission of supporting and promoting graduate students. The Community Liaison offers support to the Executive Director as well as the Administrative Coordinator and the Travel Grants Administrator.

• Work 20 hours in the GSA office
• Attend OGSL/GSA meetings, monthly GSA senate meetings, monthly campus committee meetings, and all Graduate School sponsored events, including but not limited to; Fall & Spring Orientation, Open House, Success Seminars, Graduate Student Week events, and the Graduate Research Conference.
• Have a working knowledge of the policies of the Graduate School, GSA, and OGSL
• Miscellaneous office work as necessary
• Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point critical

Apply via UMBCworks; Position ID#: 9234574

Software Support Analyst (Full-Time)

CRI Solutions is looking for a dynamic Support Analyst (Software) who is committed to delivering the highest quality service to our clients. CRI Solutions is an industry leader in supplying custom software and related products to credit unions and banks nationwide. With a 30-year history of excellence we are looking for someone who is as dedicated to success as we are.

The Support Analyst will review, analyze, and modify programming systems including encoding, testing, debugging and installing to support our proprietary software products. Provide frequent communication (phone and/or e-mail) with the client regarding the status of outstanding support requests. Identifies, researches, and resolves technical problems. May periodically go to client sites to perform software modifications and provide client support.

If you have the following we are looking for you -

Strong PC skills and experience in several PC applications .
Familiarity with databases.
Strong ability to absorb technical information and apply it to business solutions.
The ability to build and establish highly satisfied client relationships.
Excellent logical problem solving skills
The ability to set priorities and manage client expectations.
The ability to work both as part of a team and independently.

We prefer :

Associate’s Degree or 4 year degree or related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Applicants should be able to travel on short notice.
Prior Help Desk, software support, or mortgage processing experience is a plus.
Prior VBA, SQL and/or Crystal Reports experience preferred.

Apply via UMBCworks; position # 9233714


UMBC Campus Jobs Fair

Mon, 8/31/2009, 12:00 to 2:00 pm
Commons Main Street

The Career Services Center and the Welcome Week Committee are co-sponsoring a Campus Jobs Fair. If you are interested in an on-campus job, don’t miss this event! Students will meet with department representatives and fill out applications on site. Plan ahead, bring copies of your resume and dress to impress.

Contact the Career Services Center with questions at, 410.455.2216.

Public Service Career & Internship Fair

2009 Public Service Career and Internship Fair
July 16, 2009
3:00-7:00 p.m.
National Building Museum; 401 F Street NW; Washington, DC 20001 (Metro Stop: Judiciary Square)

2009 Public Service Career and Internship FairThe Partnership for Public Service will be hosting its annual Public Service Career and Internship Fair on July 16th from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at the National Building Museum.

Last year's event connected 67 federal agencies with 3,000 students and young professionals. This year agencies will be recruiting for a variety of positions including program analysts, Foreign Service Officers, federal investigators, budget analysts, and engineers, as well as forinternships and fellowships!

Register at Admission isFREE! As a bonus, registered participants can view a list of participating agencies, receive event updates andlearn more about how to make the most of this career and internship fair on our Web site.

Putting Baltimore Back to Work Job Fair

Job Fair
Tuesday, July 21
Baltimore Convention Center

More details at 443.543.1860 or

ARAMARK Recruitment Open House

Wednesday, July 22nd
10 N. Calvert Street
Suite 208, 2nd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202

We are currently hiring for the following positions with the ARAMARK Regional Staffing Center in Baltimore. We are a flexible Staffing, Recruiting and Training Career Opportunity. ARAMARK is seeking candidates with an interest in being apart of a world leader organization in service management. All positions require a minimum of 1+ year(s) of professional work experience in the desired field. All candidates must pass a written skills assessment, criminal background check and 18+ years of age. The essential functions of all position require every candidate be able to lift 20lbs plus, walk and stand for long periods of time.

Postions include: General Utility/Dishwasher* Cooks* Banquet Servers * Bartenders

Please complete the application online prior to your arrival, in order to be interviewed. You can apply at

Please arrive dressed for success (NO JEANS) and ready to interview.

Call 410-244-1015 with questions.

Fort Meade Community Job Fair - 2,500+ Jobs!

Fort Meade Community Job Fair-Fall
(Open to All Job Seekers!)

September 9th, 2009
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Club Meade, 6600 Mapes Road, Fort Meade, Maryland 20755

Eighty (80+) plus employers will recruit for 2,500+ open positions:

The following openings will require the candidates to have a top secret or secret security clearance. Intelligence Analysts, IT professionals, linguists, contract investigators, system administrators, software engineers, data base specialist, information assurance, software developers, network engineers, account managers, meeting planners, test engineer, field support engineer, project manager, systems engineers, database administrator, help desk technician, tech support specialist, acquisition professionals, integrated logistics positions, security officers, office administrator, general clerk, training instructors, field background investigators and all other related positions.

The following openings listed do not require a candidate to have a security clearance: registered nurse, license practical nurse, certified nurse assistant, physicians, allied healthcare positions, federal law enforcement, police officers, security guards, internal revenue agent, revenue officer, special agents, contract specialist, procurement analysts, program/management analysts, management and administrative positions, program analysts, bomb appraisal officers, HR specialists, food inspectors, administrative, accounting and budget specialists, aviation safety inspectors, air traffic controllers, correctional officers, social work-correctional, intelligence operations, counterintelligence, acquisition, truck drivers, project managers, movers, warehouse personnel, beauty consultants, customer account executives, direct sales representative, products support rep, teachers and teachers assistants, auto damage adjusters, material handlers, route sales, customer service managers, tellers, member service representatives, accounting, IT positions, management trainees, communication, medical assistants, x-ray technicians, medical front office specialists. This list is just a sampling of the positions to be hired.

Job seekers should bring several copies of their resumes, dress for success and be prepared to apply for a job and meet prospective employers. There are no fees for job seekers to attend the event.

Job fair sponsors include: Department Labor Licensing and Regulation-Division of Workforce Development, Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation-Anne Arundel One Stop Career Center, Navy Fleet Family and Support Center-Fort Meade, Army Community Service-Fort Meade, and Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation.

For more information concerning the job fair: 410-674-5240, email
or visit

Aero & Defense Career Fair

Academic Day at the 2009 Annual Symposium of the International Test and Evaluation Assocation and Aero & Defense Test 2009
Thursday, October 1
Baltimore Convention Center

Discover careers in science and engineering and meet many of the nation's top employers!

Don't miss this opportunity to tour the exhibition hall of the 2009 Annual Symposium of the International Test and Evaluation Assocation and Aero & Defense Test 2009. You'll also be able to talk with exhibitors and attend a seminar on the test and evaluation disciplines, opportunities and careers. Students are also encouraged to submit a technical paper; cash prizes will be awarded. You may also attend a dedicated technical open session of the free, three-day program and participate in the Career Fair. For more information, visit or contact C. David Brown, PhD, at

UMBC Fall Career Fair - Mark Your Calendar for 10/7!

UMBC's largest annual career fair will be here before you know it! Mark your calendar today for Wednesday, October 7th. Already, there are a number of employers registered, including:

AAI Corporation/Textron Systems
Army Team C4ISR
CareFirst BlueCross Blue Shield
Constellation Energy
CSC (Computer Sciences Corp)
Department of Natural Resources - Maryland Park Service
Engenium Technologies Corporation
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
First Investors Corporation
Force 3, Inc.
GAF Materials Corporation
GEICO Insurance
General Dynamics Robotic Systems
Harris Corporation
Hughes Network Systems
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Lockheed Martin
ManTech International Corporation
Maryland Department of Transportation
Medifast, Inc.
Metlife/Gateway Capitol Financial
Montgomery County Police Department
Morgan Stanley
National Security Agency
Northrop Grumman Corportation
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
PNC Financial Services
SECU Credit Union
Space Telescope Science Institute
Transportation Security Administration
United States Navy
US Department of State*
US Peace Corps

More employers are registering daily, so keep your eyes out for updated employer lists and tips on making the most of this outstanding networking opportunity at .


Senior Success Seminar: Job Hunting Is a Fall Sport; You Have to Play to Win!

Senior Success Seminar

Saturday, September 12, 2009
Commons 3rd Floor

All successful athletes make it their business to know what it takes to make the cut. They start early and make sure they're ready for the competition.

How about you?

Do you know what it will take to find the job you want? When should you start? How will you sell yourself?

It's time to get on the ball! All graduate and undergraduate students graduating May ’10 and December ’09 are invited to join the pros for a full day JOB SEARCH TRAINING CAMP, Saturday, September 12, 10 am-4 pm.

Don't be left behind. We're offering an outstanding line up to make sure you're prepared to make it to the major leagues (or at least a paycheck)! Topics covered include:

Orientation to the on-campus interview program (application deadlines start mid-September!)
Maximizing UMBCworks, the campus’ online job bank/resume database
Employer mock interviews and resume critiques
The art of networking
The how-to’s of effective job searching
Building resumes and cover letters
Acing the job interview

Due to the length and extent of this program, the cost of this all day workshop is $35. Registration and payment must be received by Friday, September 4.

Hosted by the Career Services Center.

Registration and additional details at .

Free Demystifying the Federal Employment Process Workshop

The Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation's Division of Workforce
Development's Professional Outplacement Assistance Center (POAC) offers a day-long,
free course entitled "Demystifying the Federal Employment Process" to Maryland residents.

This course is the longest running Federal Jobs Training program in the nation and
is up to date with the Federal Hiring processes and has lately improved candidates
ability to qualify for Federal jobs with its unique and effective use of the of
the "Cloud Concept." The "Cloud Concept" is a POAC innovation for all job seekers.

If you are a Maryland resident and want to attend this program, contact POAC at 410-290-2630 to be scheduled for the next training program. For further information on POAC visit its website at

Big 10 Grad School 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:


UMBC Career Services -- Open for Business this Summer!

The UMBC Career Services Center (Math/Psych 2nd floor) will be open this summer! Take advantage of the down time to improve your resume, find career direction, look for a job and start the graduate school application process. May grads can continue to take advantage of CSC's services all summer! We're open Monday - Friday, 8:30am-5pm. Call 410.455.2216 to make an appointment or stop by for walk-ins from 2-4pm for quick questions and resume reviews. And as always, our information-packed website (