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Student Worker position – Computer Programming

My name is Keith Fernandez, and I am the manager for Network and Cyber Security services for the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

 We are currently recruiting for our Student Worker (SW) position and I would like to invite any students in your Computer Science programs who may be interested to apply.

We have found some of our best SW outcomes from community college students who are transferring to a 4 year, in part because they can work in the County for a few years gathering strong skillsets to land them full-time jobs either in the County or within private industry.

Our SW positions are paid positions that can expose SW employees to several different information technology domains including programming, application development, PC maintenance, networking, cybersecurity, infrastructure, cloud, and data center operations.  Below are highlighted point on the positions and a link to the County of San Diego jobs website which details the position and pay structure.

·      Great hands-on learning opportunity with cutting edge large enterprise technologies

·      Pay rate increases with units completed

·      Must maintain a 2.0 GPA

·      Can work up to 20 hours a week during class, and 40 during breaks

·      Must pass a background investigation (don’t need to be a saint, just honest)

·      If hired into a full-time position after graduation can purchase SW worked time for credit in the pension system

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sdcounty/jobs/1460316/student-worker-19090504-undergraduate-graduate-tech-and-high-school

A background investigation is required for student workers, with the benefit being they can be hired by the Sheriff’s Department or any other County department with no further background checks required.  Please let me know if you have any questions about the opportunity.  Please have interested students send their resumes to me.  Thank you.

 

Keith Fernandez

Network / Cyber Security Manager

Technology Services

Email: keith.fernandez@sdsheriff.gov

Phone: 858-256-2102 | Mobile: 858-692-9075

www.sdsheriff.net

SAN DIEGO COUNTY

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

 

 

IT Internship Opportunity

ICC-Health, a medical start-up company, is looking for IT interns to help with Phones, security, login’s etc.

Most work is done remotely, but the heads of the technology arm of our company both live in Escondido and Coronado. We anticipate a majority of the work being accomplished remotely. This would be an unpaid internship, there is the possibility that this could turn into a position down the road, but not guaranteed.

If you are looking to build your resume and experience, please contact Devin Clark, at the information listed below.

Devin Clark
Operations Director
ICC-Health
473 East Carnegie Drive, Suite 200
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Office: (855) 745-8400 | Direct Phone: 619-798-4584 ext. 1605
Website: icc-health.com | Email: devin@icc-health.com

Looking for a C++ Programer with Arduino experience for a local project

We are looking for an experienced local individual who knows C++ programming language and hopefully also has experience with Arduino to help us finish up a construction project we are trying to finish.

We developed a software driven Panel Lamination Machine (PLM). The Controller of the machine is running under C++ on a touch-screen driven Arduino Mega 2560 microcontroller.

The Controller is updated by a web server using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)

We have a programmer who wrote the software and designed the configuration. Now we are looking for a programmer who can make minor modifications on the software on an as-needed basis we are locking for an C++ programmer. Some familiarity with Arduino microcontrollers and web server technology would be an advantage.

 As it is ultimately necessary that the programmer familiarizes himself with the existing software and system configuration we have attached the software flowchart and a configuration diagram. Upon request we can attach the .cpp files and the associated help files into Dropbox.

 Thank you please let us know if any of you would like to discuss further or if you could recommend somebody for us to talk to.

 I have attached a set of the flowcharts so you can take a look. 

 Cheers and we look forward to hearing from you.


Mario Robles-Richmond | President 

MBC-SIP CONSTRUCTION GROUP

Edificio Madrid, Pozos de Santa Ana

San Jose’, COSTA RICA. C.A.

Mobil: 951.491.9077

mrrcr23@yahoo.com | mbc-sip.com

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Lawgistics Internship Opportunity

We’re looking for an intern that is currently pursuing a Computer Science (or related) degree.

Lawgistics, Inc. is an outsourced IT firm that works primarily in the Microsoft technology stack (Azure, 365, Windows Server – no Mac or Linux) and we support law firms throughout California. Our interns help us out wherever necessary – working the help desk, researching new technologies and systems, assisting with on-site technical support, as well as the occasional systems administration or project tasks.

Schedule would be completely flexible to fit with classes and we are about 15 minutes from campus.

We are looking to fill the part-time internship position in December/January for approximately 10-15 hours per week.

Starting pay rate: $15.00 per hour.

Please send resumes and/or questions to business@lawgistics.com

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HACU Corporate Internship Program Webinar

I am reaching out to you because on Wednesday, November 4th from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT/2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT/11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT, HACU is co-hosting a webinar with one of our corporate partners, XPO Logistics, as part of HACU’s National Internship Program (Corporate Component) to promote available internships and full-time opportunities with XPO Logistics. We would love for your university’s students to register for the webinar and learn about the roles that XPO Logistics has to offer, and here is the link for students to complete registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2925445709682002960

 

In particular, HACU and XPO Logistics are looking for undergraduate and graduate students from the following majors to participate in the webinar:

 

  • Computer Science
  • Information Technology
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Operations
  • Logistics
  • Analytics
  • Business Administration
  • Marketing

 

Lastly, if students can submit an updated application for HACU’s National Internship Program (Corporate Component), they can do so at this link: www.hacu.net/CHNIP

 

Of course, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out anytime. We are hoping that your university’s student population will participate in the webinar. As always, thank you so much for your continued partnership with HACU. Have a wonderful day!

 

With kind regards,

 

Ebony King

Student Services Manager

Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU)

8415 Datapoint Drive, Suite 400

San Antonio, Texas 78229

(210)-576-3257

ebony.king@hacu.net

Multiple openings in Cloud Development

The Workforce Partnership is assisting Teradata to fill multiple openings in Cloud Development. Experience is required. The positions are posted on the portal. Below are the instructions from WP on how to apply through the portal. 
 
  • For job seekers to apply directly:
If job seekers are interested in applying directly they will need to sign up for our career portal and create a “match” for themselves. They then would be able to attach their own resume and reason for referral.
 
 
Please assure job seekers that they do not have to be 16-24 to apply. We are still working on updating our website.

 

 
Thanks,
 
Holly Childs
Business Services Manager
San Diego Career Centers
o:(619) 266-4226  c:(301) 641-1106