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Old 03-12-2012, 06:10 PM   #176
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Going to bump this.

Moving to Lowell in the next few months and am having a tough time finding a relevant job through craigslist or the like.

Experience includes:

- 5 Years as an apartment leasing agent / property manager
- 4 Years Cellphone sales experience including management
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office/Excel/Powerpoint
- Currently in the process of finishing my associates degree

Looking to get into the apartment management / leasing side of things, a bit sick of the retail end of the spectrum, but I am not opposed. Also would be very interested in a tuning shop for the sales / customer service side of things, I can turn a wrench but I don't have all that much experience.

Shooting to get a job by May / June.

Any leads would be greatly appreciated or if you know of sites that have an easily viewable list of local jobs, the sites I have found are a bit overwhelming to tell you the truth.
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Old 03-13-2012, 09:15 AM   #177
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Going to bump this.

Moving to Lowell in the next few months and am having a tough time finding a relevant job through craigslist or the like.

Experience includes:

- 5 Years as an apartment leasing agent / property manager
- 4 Years Cellphone sales experience including management
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office/Excel/Powerpoint
- Currently in the process of finishing my associates degree

Looking to get into the apartment management / leasing side of things, a bit sick of the retail end of the spectrum, but I am not opposed. Also would be very interested in a tuning shop for the sales / customer service side of things, I can turn a wrench but I don't have all that much experience.

Shooting to get a job by May / June.

Any leads would be greatly appreciated or if you know of sites that have an easily viewable list of local jobs, the sites I have found are a bit overwhelming to tell you the truth.
Just saw this one posted in Chelmsford, a couple miles away form Lowell. Might fit your needs

http://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/bus/2898536788.html
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Old 03-13-2012, 12:19 PM   #178
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Just saw this one posted in Chelmsford, a couple miles away form Lowell. Might fit your needs

http://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/bus/2898536788.html
Thank you Barry!!!
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Old 03-28-2012, 10:46 AM   #179
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MKS is looking to hire a Sr. Reliability Engineer for the Wilmington-MA division.

Company - MKS Instruments
Position - Sr Reliability Engineer, reporting to me. PM with questions.

Job description:
The Senior Reliability Test Engineer will be responsible for development and execution of all HALT and HASS related tests activities for the ASTeX business unit. This will include the design and build of test fixtures and diagnostic programs, developing LabView-based software automation, supporting, and updating existing tests profiles and performing detailed failure analysis. This position will require a full participation in the reliability program in order to support product development initiatives like design for reliability DfR, designing test detailed plans, and test protocols used to verify product integrity and complete test procedures for new product verification. This position will also interface with customers on key reliability programs and issues.

Required Experience
• Hands on experience developing HALT, HASS profiles, PoS, ESS and life tests plans & reports
• Supports product qualification-testing lab in performance of compliance, HALT, HASS, ESS and life tests
• Develops LabView and Visual Basic based automated equipment to validate and verify new products against their required specifications
• Prepares test and diagnostic programs, creates and procures test fixtures and equipment for reliability and design verification testing
• Conduct DFMEA for all New Product Development to mitigate risk
• Investigates and analyses product test failures and performance problems and recommends corrective action
• Generates final test reports that support verification tests and provide reliability validation, qualification and/or life tests for all product releases
• Interfaces with design engineering, manufacturing and marketing organizations to establish test plans
• Participates in product design reviews for reliability, safety, regulatory compliance

Desired Experience
• Assists in failure analysis FACA implementation for fielded products including root cause establishment to component level as needed
• Advances technical methods to continuously improve existing product reliability
• Recommends purchase of test equipment, determines capital equipment and facility requirements and assures test system and related equipment are up to date and calibrated
• Generates and approves test plans for product qualification and life testing

Requirements:
• BSEE, BSME, engineering, physics, or materials science; MS a plus
• Understanding of HALT, HASS, PoS and life test design requirements
• Good knowledge of printed circuit board assemblies (PCBA) and electronic component failure mechanisms and manufacturing methods
• 5+ years’ exposure to reliability techniques and metrics; experience using advanced statistical methods
• 5+ years’ active LabView hardware/software design knowledge/experience
• 5+ years’ in test engineering/test development of electronic and electromechanical assemblies
• 5+ years’ in HALT and HASS test development
• Design for reliability experience with electronic systems or electromechanical systems
• Excellent written and verbal communication, presentation and facilitation skills
• Visual Basic and C/C++ programming a plus
• Able to work cross-functionally internally, and with customers, to resolve issues
• Local travel (5%)
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Old 04-25-2012, 07:54 PM   #180
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Bump**

Looking for a job in Graphic Design or Internet Marketing.
Have worked in customer service (waitress) for 4 years.
Graduating in 2 weeks with a degree in Graphic Design and Advertising.

I currently work in the Digital Marketing Department at a Nissan Dealership. I enjoy my work there and the dealership environment but am looking for a change and to score a salary with benefits rather than being paid hourly.

:wavey:
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:13 PM   #181
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I know of a wide variety of web/app developer jobs in Boston/Cambridge right now, all with varying experience paying between 50-100k. PM me if you're a developer.
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Old 04-26-2012, 05:17 PM   #182
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Bump**

Looking for a job in Graphic Design or Internet Marketing.
Have worked in customer service (waitress) for 4 years.
Graduating in 2 weeks with a degree in Graphic Design and Advertising.

I currently work in the Digital Marketing Department at a Nissan Dealership. I enjoy my work there and the dealership environment but am looking for a change and to score a salary with benefits rather than being paid hourly.

:wavey:
i know puma is going to be hiring soon for those positions at their boston office

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I know of a wide variety of web/app developer jobs in Boston/Cambridge right now, all with varying experience paying between 50-100k. PM me if you're a developer.
they need a lackey?
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Old 04-28-2012, 07:41 AM   #183
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I know of a wide variety of web/app developer jobs in Boston/Cambridge right now, all with varying experience paying between 50-100k. PM me if you're a developer.
Sadly, I am not a developer. I tried learning it and was far too complicated for me. Thanks though!!!
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Old 04-29-2012, 10:41 AM   #184
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Bump**

Looking for a job in Graphic Design or Internet Marketing.
Have worked in customer service (waitress) for 4 years.
Graduating in 2 weeks with a degree in Graphic Design and Advertising.

I currently work in the Digital Marketing Department at a Nissan Dealership. I enjoy my work there and the dealership environment but am looking for a change and to score a salary with benefits rather than being paid hourly.

:wavey:
Check out WBGAMESJOBS.COM (click Boston) We're hiring some web/front end designers. If you apply, list me as a referral
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Old 05-14-2012, 10:08 AM   #185
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pm me... looking for a product/applications engineer in southern, nh. bsme required. new grads welcome.
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Old 05-18-2012, 08:16 AM   #186
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Originally Posted by toph View Post

Moving to Lowell in the next few months and am looking for a job!

Experience includes:

- 5 Years as an apartment leasing agent / property manager
- 4 Years Cellphone sales experience including management
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office/Excel/Powerpoint
- Currently in the process of finishing my associates degree

Looking to get into the apartment management / leasing side of things, a bit sick of the retail end of the spectrum, but I am not opposed. Also would be very interested in a tuning shop for the sales / customer service side of things, I can turn a wrench but I don't have all that much experience.

Shooting to get a job by May / June / July / August.

Any leads would be greatly appreciated or if you know of sites that have an easily viewable list of local jobs, the sites I have found are a bit overwhelming to tell you the truth.
Bump.
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Old 05-18-2012, 11:24 PM   #187
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Seeing that this is a job thread I wanted to say I just got picked up by CSX and I'm pumped to come home and start working. I'm getting out of the navy in a month and was worried about getting a job back home.
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:22 AM   #188
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Anybody have Autodesk REVIT skills or are a seasoned CAD Technician? I work at an Engineering Design Firm in downtown Boston and there are numerous openings in multiple disciplines and not all jobs are listed on the website or Monster, etc.
Send me a PM and I will forward your resume to the HR person.
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:25 AM   #189
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Anybody have Autodesk REVIT skills or are a seasoned CAD Technician? I work at an Engineering Design Firm in downtown Boston and there are numerous openings in multiple disciplines and not all jobs are listed on the website or Monster, etc.
Send me a PM and I will forward your resume to the HR person.
I've been using REVIT for over 3 years now as a HVAC Desinger. What company do you work for? Any idea of pay grade? Advancement opportunities? What positions are actually available?
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Old 12-13-2012, 10:39 AM   #190
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Looking for a few carpenters, with/without experience. We are non-union (open shop), PM me if interested.
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Old 12-13-2012, 11:33 AM   #191
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Got a degree in industrial design/product design.

it's a long shot but I'm looking for jr-mid level work just about anywhere location wise.
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Old 12-13-2012, 01:20 PM   #192
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Anybody have Autodesk REVIT skills or are a seasoned CAD Technician? I work at an Engineering Design Firm in downtown Boston and there are numerous openings in multiple disciplines and not all jobs are listed on the website or Monster, etc.
Send me a PM and I will forward your resume to the HR person.

Man I wish I lived closer to Boston. CAD Tech here.. Solidworks and Pro/E mostly but 7 years in the field.
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:29 AM   #193
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Looking for an entry level estimator or field engineer job in the construction industry. I'm a recent WIT Grad currently working for one of the biggest firms in the country looking to relocate back to New England. Hook a brother up!
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Old 01-05-2013, 08:05 AM   #194
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Posting back in this thread

Have a BS in Biology.....worked in research lab from 2001-2004, clinical lab 2004-2012.
Looking for a research or clinical lab position, but would consider sales rep.(medical devices) position as well. Most experience is women's health(clinical), microinjection skills in human,bovine, and murine. Finally I have experience in cryopreservation in all above species(gametes and fibroblast cells).

Any help appreciated and can pass along a CV/references as needed.

Thanks guys!

-Derek
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Old 02-20-2013, 11:48 AM   #195
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Hey guys I'm Pete, I just got a position at an IT staffing/recruiting firm here in Boston called the Talener Group. I'm a relationship manager (aka recruiter) and we specialize in placing software developers into temp and full time jobs. We only work locally so I won't try and send you halfway across the country.

So if you aren't happy with your current job, looking to get into something different or just about to graduate let me know, I'd love to help out some fellow subie owners!

So because the stereotype is that we all work in IT , I figured what better place to post up and offer to help anyone out. Feel free to reach out to me at...

pabernethy@talener.com OR 617-651-8082.

Thanks!

-Pete

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Old 02-20-2013, 01:09 PM   #196
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Hey Folks,

I work as an Estimator for a larger commercial construction company in Milford, MA that reaches all over New England and into New York. I'm relocating back to the Milford, MA office from NY, but there are openings commonly in Milford and other offices for assistant estimators, estimators, project management, project engineers, assistant superintendents and superintendents. If you are interested let me know.

ON a side note, my wife and I are moving back to the area in a few weeks (she has a pyschology degree, but is looking for work as an office manager/admin type role) and she is looking for work. If anyone knows of that type of work available please let me know.

My email is jonnycakez08@gmail.com.

Thanks,

Jonny
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Old 02-20-2013, 09:28 PM   #197
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Bump because I am getting annoyed at being self-employed

Who's hiring in CT and what do they need? I live in Middletown right now but I'm willing to travel a bit.
I love being self employed! www.firstclassplumbing.net
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Old 02-20-2013, 10:46 PM   #198
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Hey everyone! Im looking to move from the south shore area where im at now out to concord MA. I'm currently working as an IT/Network helpdesk admin and am trying to find something thats a little lower stress and higher paying as I'm in the process of leasing and moving into a new apartment within the next few weeks to a month (and would hate to have to live paycheck to paycheck if things ever go wrong with this job). I'm currently 23, and including over time + bonuses im making around 45-50k a year but that fluctuates paycheck to paycheck, which is on of the main things im looking to avoid.

As far as qualifications-

Highschool Diploma from Weymouth high school class of 2008, as well as vocational certificate in Computer sciences from the same school, also graduated in the year 2008.

3 years working in cell phone sales and service/repairs at wireless city Hingham MA

A+ certified, currently studying and pursuing my network+, and server+, with plans to obtain MCSE certs (once i finish network and server certs)

Ive also worked as the in house and on site technician for staples and circuit city's In house PC repair services.


Ultimately I would like to stay in some sort of IT related field, but am not adverse to other fields, and do enjoy hands on manual labor.




Thank you in advance for all of your time and effort
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Old 02-21-2013, 08:09 AM   #199
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gallandof, unfortunately, we don't really venture into the IT/network admin areas. Do you have any software development/coding skills? If so, I might be able to help
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