Category Archives: employment

Recent GIS, GeoTech and GeoJob Opportunities

TweetRecent opportunities of interest for GeoTech professionals from GeoJobs.BIZ .NET Developer, UK -  A global company offering a diverse, performance-driven culture and an innovative and engaging environment. They are launching a new initiative and are in need of 2-3 software … Continue reading

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10 GIS / GeoTech Career Opportunities

TweetPlenty of activity and career opportunities recently for the geoGeek thanks to the GeoJobs.Biz resource! The following are just 10 of the most recent opportunities – good luck! Senior Product Manager, INRIX – INRIX seeks a Senior Product Manager to … Continue reading

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GeoTech Jobs and more jobs

TweetThere’s been loads of activity in the Geo industry, starting with jobs, lots of them! Just have a wander around GeoJobs.BIZ and check out the latest opportunities that include positions for: Developer Advocate, Product Engineers, Interns, Software Developers, consultants, and … Continue reading

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Job Tips – Most Memorable Interview Blunders

TweetWhen it comes to a job interview, the first few minutes may be the most crucial – Half of Employers Know if a Candidate is a Good Fit Within the First Five Minutes. A new survey from CareerBuilder finds that … Continue reading

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Tech Employment Figures Continue To Rise

TweetSome employment figures/research to share… The October issue of TriNet SMBeat, a monthly analysis of small business employment and human capital economic indicators, showed that month-over-month net job growth continued across the United States. Construction had the most significant jump … Continue reading

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The Top 15 Hottest Careers for College Grads

TweetSomething of interest for you job seekers and recent grads… University of California San Diego Extension has assembled the fifth annual edition of “Hot Careers for College Graduates.” According to the research, jobs within the past year categorized according to … Continue reading

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US Government Shutdown Effect – Newsletter Bounce Backs

TweetOn the upside, we sent out another fine GISuser Today Geo industry newsletter today, the downside though are these email bounce-backs that we’ve received, and plenty of them!  Best wishes to all of our Federal Government worker colleagues and friends, … Continue reading

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Top 10 Cities Hardest Hit by the US Fed Government Shutdown

TweetWondering which areas of the US will be hardest hit by the Fed. shutdown? Here’s a list of the top 10 areas… looks like Colorado Springs, VA beach, Honolulu, and the D.C area will be hurting lots if this thing … Continue reading

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Consider having a BCIT GIS student undertake a project or a practicum

TweetThe current year of BCIT GIS students started their classes the first week of September. Part of their course load is to locate a sponsor, who will undertake a project or practicum with them in the January – May 2014 … Continue reading

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GeoTech Career Opportunities to Consider

TweetHopefully by now you’ve had a chance to check out our new career resource (now in its second month) at GeoJobsBIZ. There’s been about 200 opportunities listed and the growth has been steady in visits and users. If you need … Continue reading

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Nokia HERE Needs A Head of Marketing (Chicago) #job

TweetI normally don’t post jobs here on the blog, however, this one is too cool of an opportunity. Also, the way I figure it, anyone who is a prime candidate for this gig with HERE (Nokia) surely reads this bog… … Continue reading

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Badge System Tracks Student Achievement in Online Geospatial Programs

TweetAn interesting idea from American sentinel U re. competency based learning in Geospatial.  American Sentinel University’s GIS program chair, Stephen McElroy, Ph.D., GISP, will highlight how the university’s badge system is used to document competency-based geospatial learning as part of … Continue reading

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