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September 13, 2009 - September 19, 2009 Archives


IBM GBS Public Sector – IT Specialists & Security Consultants (Full-Time)

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Join a leader. Consult with us. Help build a smarter planet along the way.
As local and national governments work to infuse intelligence into their transport, energy, water, telecommunications and other systems in order to stimulate economies and benefit citizens, it begs the question: can the operations of government itself become smarter? Smarter government will do more than simply regulate the outputs of our economic and societal systems. It will be a smoothly functioning system itself, interconnecting dynamically with citizens, communities and businesses in real time to spark growth, innovation and progress. Let's build a smarter planet.

IBM GBS - AIS is hiring Entry Level IT Specialists and Entry Level Security Consultants.

IT Specialist positions involve designing, developing & integrating solutions using the best tools, techniques, & products our clients demand today. The solutions include internet-based systems, services-oriented architecture, web services, distributed databases, Java /J2EE, C++, .NET, Lotus Notes, DB2, Oracle, PL/SQL, WebSphere, XML, Unix/Linux, AIX system administration, Network Administration and Operations, Network services, CISCO, and Tivoli.

Security consultants provide the technical expertise to deliver security solutions to our customers, which includes IT Governance and security policy documentation, Security Assessments, information security and privacy, implementing solutions with security tools and network components that meet customer requirements and government standards; and designing, developing, and implementing controls for security breaches.

IBM will be hosting an Information Session on 9/23 from 6pm-8pm in ITE 456. Please rsvp via the Events tab in your UMBCworks account. Information sessions offer students the chance to network and prepare for the application process and/or interviews with the hosting company.

Data Collector - Univ. of MD, Baltimore (Part-Time)

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This is an exciting opportunity to work in the Division of Growth and Nutrition within the Department of Pediatrics under the guidance of Dr. Maureen Black. The data collector will work on the Challenge! In Middle Schools project which aims to prevent obesity and promote healthy eating and physical activity in adolescent middle school girls. To learn more about this project and others within the growth and nutrition division, please visit our website:
Responsibilities include recruiting participants, contacting participants’ parents to review consent documents, scheduling evaluations, data collection, data entry, filing, and other administrative duties.

Type: Part-time (Monday – Thursday, 20 hours/week, 1-6pm. Hours are non-negotiable. No telecommuters)

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Manufacturing Development Program -- Becton Dickinson (Full-Time)

Full-Time Entry Level
Location: North America
3-Year Rotational Program
Start Date: June 2010

Besides the important purpose of serving healthcare and assisting with BD’s mission to help all people live healthy lives, there is something special about BD’s manufacturing capability. BD has more than 50 manufacturing units across the globe and has for more than 100 years earned a competency as a high performing manufacturer of high quality, high volume medical devices. BD has state of the art manufacturing technology, methods and people systems. So not only is this an opportunity to work for an outstanding Company it is a leading manufacturer as well.

The program features three years of manufacturing experience including diverse job responsibilities and involvement in key projects. Your technical skills will be applied to shape the operations of the company. Typical assignments include process development, process improvement, application of LEAN and Six Sigma, process validation, project management, and production supervision. MDP Engineers rotate through three locations in three years. Current and previous rotation sites include California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Jersey, Utah, and North Carolina.

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Strong desire for a career in manufacturing; BS in Mechanical, Manufacturing, Industrial Engineering, or equivalent engineering degree; willingness and ability to relocate 3 times in 3 years; GPA of 3.0 or higher; experience in a manufacturing environment; demonstrated leadership skills; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; and an ability to adapt quickly to new professional environments. BD is an equal opportunity employer. For U.S. employment opportunities, BD hires U.S citizens, permanent residents, and temporary residents. Temporary residence does not include those with temporary work authorization, such as students in practical training status (F, H, and J visas). Exceptions to these requirements will be determined based on shortage of qualified candidates with a particular skill. BD will require proof of work authorization prior to employment.

Program Coordinator – Mosaic Community Services (Full-Time)

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The Program Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day direction, operation, evaluation, and monitoring of the clinical and specific administrative aspects of the assigned service program. Provides direct client care services. Supervises staff. Coordinates the program's activities with Mosaic, SPHS and community and community resources.

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On-Campus Interviews: Upcoming Application Deadlines

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

The following employers will be at UMBC to conduct on-campus interviews with seniors (Dec 09 and May 10 grads) and graduate students for career-related positions. Listed below are those with application deadlines quickly approaching. For more details and to apply, login to UMBCworks (accessible via myUMBC under the Jobs & Internships "Topic"). In UMBCworks, click on the Jobs tab and 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.


** U.S. Census Bureau -- IT Specialist, Math Stat, Stat/Analyst, Geographer, Cartographer -- IS, MCS, BTA, MATH, STAT, CS, ECON, GEOG, SOCY, POLI (deadline 9/18)

** Constellation Energy Group -- Analyst - Corporate Audit; IT Analyst - Corporate Audit -- Accounting, FIEC, IS (deadline 9/22/2009)

** DuPont -- Associate Investigators – R&D Scientists (BS and MS Entry Leve) -- BIOC, BIOL, CHEM, CENG, PHYS (deadline 9/22/2009)

** TAC – Engineer I -- Engineering Management, IS, CE, CS, MENG, ENEE, Systems Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering (deadline 9/24)

** ExxonMobil – Engineering Positions -- CENG, MENG, Civil Engineering, Engineering Mgt majors (deadline 9/29)

** Mutual of Omaha – Financial Advisor -- All Majors (deadline 9/30)

** Harris Corporation (will fill schedules at 10/7 Career Fair)

** NSA Corporation (will fill schedules at 10/7 Career Fair)

** Naval Surface Warfare (will fill schedules at 10/7 Career Fair)

** TEKsystems -- Business Operations Associate -- All Majors (deadline 10/1/2009)

** Target -- Executive Intern; Executive Team Leader -- All Majors, AMST, BTA, MCS, ECON, FIEC, Engineering Mgt, PSYC, SOCY (deadline 10/1/2009)

** IBM -- IBM GBS Public Sector – IT Specialists & Security Consultants -- CMPE, CMSC, IS, Engineering, Systems Engineering, (deadline 10/5/2009)

** Enterprise Rent-A-Car -- Management Intern; Management Trainee -- Accounting, All majors, MCC, ECON, FIEC (deadline 10/6/2009)

** Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems (Electronic Systems Sector) -- Business Management Professional Development Program -- Accounting, BTA, ECON, FIEC (deadline 10/7/2009)

** General Electric - Information Management Leadership Program Intern, Information Management Leadership Program (IMLP) -- BTA, CMPE, CMSC, ENEE, Engineering Mgt, IS (deadline 10/8/2009)

Employer Information Sessions -- September

The following employers will be at UMBC this month to meet with students to discuss their organizations and employment opportunities. These sessions offer students the chance to network and really prepare for the application process and/or interviews with the hosting organizations. Please RSVP via the Events tab in your UMBCworks account (access myUMBC under the Jobs & Internships topic in myUMBC). Hosted by the Career Services Center.

** Kaplan Test Prep – 9/15; Outside Math/Psych Bldg

** US Department of State -- 9/23/2009, 12:00-1:00 pm, Commons 331

** IBM -- 9/23/2009, 6:00-800pm, ITE 456

** ExxonMobil -- 9/24/2009, 5:00-6:00 pm, Commons 331 (BIOC, CHEM, MENG, Engineering)

** Jobs with the 2010 Census (pays $16-21/hour!) – 9/24, 11-2pm, Commons Main Street

** Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara -- 9/25/2009, 10:00-2:00 pm, Commons Main Street


UMBC Career Fair 2009

UMBC's largest annual career fair will be here before you know it! Mark your calendar today for Wednesday, October 7th, 11:30am - 3:30pm. Already, there are 90+ employers registered.

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 .

CHCI's first CareerLider Live Job and Internship Fair

Monday, September 14, and Tuesday, September 15, 2009, in Washington, D.C., at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

Fortune 500 companies and many other leading employers will be on site to discuss career and internship opportunities within their organizations. The conference will also premier CHCI's CareerLider online platform, allowing students to simultaneously upload their résumés and review job openings.

Our CareerLider sponsors include the following corporations, with more signing up each day (check the Web site for updates):

- Baxter
- COPE Health Solutions
- Federal Aviation Administration
- Links Media, LLC
- Lockheed Martin
- Mexicans and Americans Thinking Together
- Novo Nordisk
- Society for Human Resource Management
- State Farm Insurance
- U.S. Department of State
- Walmart

We invite you and your students to participate in this new program and hope to see you at CareerLider Live to learn more about these opportunities for your students and alumni. For more information, visit our CareerLider Web site at


Job Prospects for Your Major

A series of workshops focusing on job search and career issues for specific majors:

** Information Systems, Business Technology Administration, Computer Science and Computer Engineering Majors -- Monday, 9/14/2009, 12:00 to 1:00 pm, ITE 459

** Economics Majors -- Wednesday, 9/16/2009, 12:00 to 1:00 pm, LH 9

** Mechanical Engineering Majors -- Wednesday, 9/16/2009, 12:00 to 1:00 pm, Engineering - Lecture Hall 5

** Psychology Majors -- Thursday, Sept. 17; 7:00-8:00 p.m.; Fine Arts 530.

Learn more about how to maximize your employment options during the 2009-2010 recruitment season. Get Info about job market trends, upcoming job fairs, networking events, and on-campus interviews for your major. Please RSVP via the Events tab in your UMBCworks account.

Grad School 101

Grad School 101: Navigating the Application Process
Thursday, September 24
Loyola University, Timonium Campus

Sponsored by UMBC and the other Maryland Career Consortium institutions, this is an event not to miss if you're considering graduation school. It's free (and includes lunch!) and will help you with the process of applying to graduate school. You'll learn information that will help you navigate through this process and put a plan into action. Attend part of the day or stay for the entire event. Lunch will be provided. Please complete the online registration form at by September 21, 2009

Federal Job Search Workshop -- 9/16

Wednesday, September 16, 2009 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Anne Arundel One-Stop Career Center
7480 B&A Blvd.
Glen Burnie, MD 21061

“Demystifying the Federal Employment Process”
• How the federal hiring process works
• How to use the variety of hiring systems to find jobs
• How to understand "Federal Speak"
• How to read and understand the federal announcements
• How to score high in keyword analysis
• How to write KSAs - the painless way
• How to apply online and use other systems such as AVUE
• How to negotiate salary


CALL NOW TO RESERVE A SEAT – 410-777-1824.

In partnership with the Professional Outplacement Assistance Center and the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.

Note: Absolutely no food or drink is permitted in the auditorium. If you need special accommodations, please call 410-424-3243.

Dependable Strengths Workshop: Networking and Job Search

Saturdays, October 3, 9am-5pm and October 10, 9am-3pm
2 day workshop + one follow-up appointment

Need answers to the big questions about where you are headed next?
Not sure what kind of job you are interested in or how to find it?
Are you graduating this year and lack the know-how or confidence to network?

This two day workshop helps you to do all of these! 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

The workshop is designed for all levels from freshmen to graduate students and alumni.

Registration for the two-day workshop for current UMBC students is $50. For more details and to register online, visit:

NIAD Research Opportunities Program

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the second largest Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is seeking applicants for its Intramural NIAID Research Opportunities (INRO) program, which provides an invaluable opportunity for students with strong academic standing who are from populations underrepresented in biomedical research.

Candidates who are a college-level junior or senior, medical school student, or doctoral candidate, and from a population underrepresented in the biomedical sciences are eligible.

During the 4-day program, students will hear lectures from world-renowned scientists and interview for potential research training positions at the Institute's Maryland and Montana laboratories. The program takes place in Bethesda, MD, on the NIH campus, February 1-4, 2010. Students' expenses for travel, hotel accommodations, and meals will be paid.

Apply by October 16 at

Visionaries in IT -- 9/30

Wednesday, Sept. 30
7:30 - 9 a.m.
The Westin BWI Airport

The Visionaries in Information Technology Forum is an annual, four-part breakfast series created to help elevate the prominence and recognition of Maryland as a critical hub of information and emerging technologies.

Business and IT leaders interested in the future of IT and Maryland’s role in the IT economy. Students and IT faculty are strongly encourage to attend the Forum.

The forum is free and includes a complimentary breakfast.

The bus for students leaves at 7:15 a.m. Meet at the flagpoles by the Administration Building.

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Get Your Resume in UMBCworks!


Submit your resume today to UMBC's online resume database. Don't be left out of the mix when employers come looking for UMBC students to hire. Simply upload your resume to your UMBCworks account (under the Documents tab once you're logged in to UMBCworks via the link in the Jobs & Internships topic in myUMBC) and stop by Career Services for a quick, 15-minute walk-in (Monday-Friday, 2-4pm, Math/Psych 212) for feedback and approval. It's competitive out there -- we're here to help you be prepared and stay connected!

Fan CSC on Facebook

Are you a fan of Facebook? Now it's easy to become a fan of UMBC's Career Services Center! Click on the Facebook link located on CSC's homepage ( and then click on the "Become a Fan" button so you can stay ahead of the game when it comes to looking for a job and getting great career tips. It's never been easier to stay connected!

Professional Network -- Now a Part of UMBCworks!

Check out the new Professional Network feature in UMBCworks!

Now you can use UMBCworks to connect one-on-one with employers and UMBC alumni from your field of interest, while searching and applying for jobs, internships and research opportunities.

The Professional Network can help you
* Gain visibility and learn how to network with professionals and alumni working in your industry
* Improve your professional communication skills.
* Compliment your academics with your professional development and real world experience.
* Learn about how to apply your strengths in a professional setting.
* Gain insight into your career field and industry that will help you make informed career decisions.
* Become more successful in your job search

Simply log-in to your UMBCworks account (under the Jobs and Internships tab in myUMBC) and click the “NETWORK” tab to find potential contacts.

New employers and alumni mentors will be continuously added throughout the year to help you!

Job Searching & Networking Basics in under 3 Minutes!

Check out Career Services on YouTube! Out new, short video on networking on job search is now available at

Where Are Last Year's Graduates?

If you'd like to see what percentage of last year's graduating class is in grad school and the types of programs they're pursuing, check out the '08-'09 Graduating Student Report. You'll also find percentages of those with jobs and top employers.

This annual survey is conducted by the Career Services Center and can be found at

About September 2009

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