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This Week in Career Services, November 8th

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This Week in Career Services, November 8th 

Index

1. Federal Government workshop
2. Interview Practice Day
3. Salary Negotiation workshop
4. Info sessions with these employers
5. Interesting internships
6. Women in Technology: College-to-Career Panel
7. Would you move to Florida for a job?
	

1. Federal Government Job & Internship Search workshop

Tuesday, November 9
5:30 - 7 p.m.
JC, Room C
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2. Interview Practice Day
To land a job you have to answer some tough questions. Improve your
interviewing skills by practicing with employers visiting campus from local
companies. Last one of the semester!

Tuesday, November 9
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
North Chesapeake Module

To register, log in to HireMason, click on "Campus Interviews I Qualify For"
and search for Interview Practice Day. Please note: Only one practice
interview per student.
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3. Salary Negotiation workshop

Thursday, November 11
12:15 - 1:30 p.m.
North Chesapeake Module
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4. Employer Information Sessions
Meet employers and find out more about working for their organizations at
these information sessions:

Korean Education Center (TaLK Program - Teach English and Learn in Korea)
Monday, November 15
4 p.m.
JC, Room B

Naval Surface Warfare Carderock Division
Wednesday, November 17
5 p.m.
Research I, Room 162

U.S. Peace Corps
Thursday, November 18
7 p.m.
Mason Hall, D3 A&B

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5. Interesting internship

Search for these and other positions on HireMason:

Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
Occupational Wellness Intern

Odell Simms and Lynch
Part-time Accounting Intern

Progressive Policy Institute
Editorial Internship

Solers, INC.
Spring 2011 Internships, applicants MUST be U.S. citizens:

Software Engineer: Work in a supportive, team-oriented environment to design
and develop SOA infrastructure, cross domain solutions, command and control
services, web portals, and satellite ground systems using Java, C++, Java
Script, Ruby, and web technologies. Leverage leading edge technologies such
as JEE, web services, REST, Web 2.0, Rich Internet Applications (RIA), and
cloud computing.

Systems Engineer: Work in a supportive, team-oriented environment to build,
test, deploy, and sustain SOA infrastructure, cross domain solutions,
command and control services, web portals, and satellite ground systems.
Activities include requirements definition, system design, hardware/software
integration and testing, demonstrations, and exercise support.
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6. Women in Technology: College-to-Career Panel
Thursday, November 11
3 - 5:30 p.m.
Mason Hall, Edwin Meese III Conference Room

Where could you go if innovation was up to you? Do you want to have a job
that's influential rather than doing grunt work? Do you know how to get an
internship at NetApp, IBM or VMWare?

In this panel discussion, six professional women speak about their
experiences in a range of careers in IT and related fields. Learn about how
they got where they are and what you can do to prepare for a rewarding
career in these continually growing professions.

Panelists include representatives from IBM, NetApp, Fairfax Country Public
Schools, VMWare and Mason.

Agenda
3 p.m. Panel discussion with Q&A
4 p.m. Networking with panelists
5 p.m. Reception

RSVP today. More info.
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7. Would you move to Florida for a job?
If so, check out these opportunities with Harris Corporation in
Melbourne/Palm Bay, Florida. You must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national to
apply. For more information on required qualifications and the application
process, search for these positions on HireMason.

Software Engineer
Join the Harris team to help design and develop cutting edge communications
and information processing software systems! Our software engineers produce
state of the art systems and products in support of many domains and varied
technologies. We build systems in healthcare, weather processing, air
traffic control, law enforcement, aircraft avionics, satellite
communications, wireless, cyber defense, environmental, and utilities. We
have expertise in image processing, signal processing, simulation and
training, enterprise-level information systems, storage and dissemination,
antenna control, robotics, software defined radios, and user interfaces.

Network Planning Engineer
Monitor for, analyze and troubleshoot network problems within an operations
center utilizing network management and monitoring tools. Use tools and
procedures to monitor, analyze, and baseline voice and data networks. Employ
test methods to analyze channelized/unchannelized T1, T3, utilizing DACs
equipment. Work with Local Exchange Carriers, ILECs, IXCs to resolve WAN
problems. Work with onsite technicians remotely to resolve local issues.
Resolve problems using internal and external groups, as needed, to correct
trouble on the network and interact with the customer. Experience or course
work in WAN/LAN, TDM and Voice switching systems. Domain knowledge of data
protocols including TCP/IP, Frame Relay, ATM and specific routing protocols
such as OSPF, BGP and RIP. Experience or course work in VoIP, CTI and/or VPN
technologies. Thorough understanding of signaling protocols, TDM
framing/timing, and IP based networks, and SONET infrastructure. Knowledge
of emerging transmission standards such as OC-192, DWMD, MPLS, 10 Gig
Ethernet and associated hardware desired. Position is part of a 24x7 network
control environment. Shift and workday flexibility is required.

Information Security Systems Engineer
Responsible for analyzing and/or administering security controls for
information systems. Safeguard the network against unauthorized
infiltration, modification, destruction or disclosure. Implement and enforce
company security policies. Manage the company's firewalls and intrusion
detection systems. Provide incident response, analysis and reporting per
policies and procedures. Provide support to review, assess and document
vulnerabilities to improve the security posture of the information systems.
Shift work required for some positions.
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