This week: 10 jobs, 9 companies
Palo Alto Software essentially pulled the recruiting version of hiding under a lamp shade — in a well lit room. While it’s true that the job posting says “Company Name Withheld,” we’re onto you, Palo Alto. It’s a QA position.
The not-a-Wordpress-company IDX Broker needs a mid-level Technical Support Specialist to help out their clients from their sweet office downtown. And if you didn’t get a chance to take a look at this year’s Tech Tours, it is very sweet.
The City of Eugene requires not one, but two, PC Network Technicians to fix seemingly anything remotely electronic among 51 facilities citywide (and I assure you it’ll come down to that). Also, the city has 200 business systems?! Wow.
Those who can’t do teach. Or so it’s been said. However, you’ve never met a CBT Nuggets trainer — or Technical Course Designer (of the eLearning variety). While, yes, you could probably get away with general curriculum design experience, it looks like you should have a serious IT cert or two get this gig.
A while back I cracked the PeaceHealth job description code. It’s actually pretty simple. Anyone who isn’t a healthcare professional, but still works in an office, they call an analyst. Application system analyst. Supervisor analyst. Or the recent, Desktop analyst. However, if you’re an analyst with a nursing degree. They call you an Informaticist. Now that’s fancy.
Sooo… PenFed has a gig open for a Fraud Analyst that they labelled IT, mostly, I think, because it says “data analysis” and only in relation to Excel. Or maybe it’s just an organizational thing. I’ll let you decide. It seems like it might be a little more actual analyst-y than a PeaceHealth analyst.
It’s certainly not unreasonable to think that the Database and Training Coordinator position at Holt International remained open for two months. It’s also not unreasonable to think someone bailed after a few weeks (for whatever reason). I only say that because it’s seems like the same job description from middle of August with a new timestamp.
Lane Community College evidently has an adult education presence at the county jail downtown. Those educational opportunities evidently involve computers. And, unsurprisingly, those computers require updates and repairs, just like normal computers.
Sheer ID evidently just got around to updating their jobs page. There’s about four sales jobs. Besides the preferred 8 years of experience, they also require their new System Sales Engineer to have the CCQCTACA Italicized Core Sales Competencies™.
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