Support Engineering Positions Available Currently in Bronx, NY!

I’m looking for an experienced Engineer with a Layer 2 for one opening and Layer 3 background fro another. This is a 6 month Contract position contract to hire with a solid company.

I’m looking for someone that has experience working in a NOC environment and design work specialty . Must have experience working in a Data Center environment and preferably a CCNP certification.

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Tech Coordinator/Support Engineer Positions Available Now New York City!

We have a few openings for a Technical Project Manager Engineering position available Currently in New York, NY!

Ideal Candidate:
The ideal candidate will have a strong background in Project Management (actual Project Management not technical
leading). A positive attitude and a capable personality. A “wall flower” will not do well in this environment.

This is a Contract 12 month position that can lead to a FT Role also!

An out of the box thinker will be successful. A technical mind will be a great fit.

Role / Responsibility:
Our customer is seeking a technical Project Manager who can join their team to manage a very detailed project that can manage the resources and vendors responsible for the deployment of an optical network. This is a Project Manager role not a technical lead.

This person will be responsible for the following:

• Resource Management
• Budget Control

• Problem Escalation and Resolution

• Follow up

• Vendor Management

• Working with Logistical Teams

• MS Project

A nice to have would be a background managing an OPTICAL or NETWORK Related project

Hours On Site:
The expectation of hours worked is 40 + a week. Those hours are expected to be worked on site.

Interviewing late December/Deadline January 2013

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Blasting Your Resume to Recruiters Not Good For Job Search

You can ask any recruiter, internal or external, if they have a list of candidates who they know by name and will “NEVER CONSIDER FOR ANY OPPORTUNITY” and I’m sure they will tell you they have a list. Our firm has a list of candidates we by heart who apply for every opportunity we post. I’m not sure how they do it but it seems as though they have a program written to apply every time there is an update on our career page. These candidates will never be submitted for any position that I am working on.

Just think about it for a minute. Today’s recruiters are able to store every resume that is ever presented to them. They can then go and conduct a key word search for each job that they are working on, thus producing a list of candidates who may be qualified for the position. If they have your resume then they will call you if you are a match. If not, they will not waste your time.

I suggest limiting your submissions to every 6 months with any company. This is enough time most companies will assume that you have found a new opportunity and would only reapply if you were still looking.

Aside from annoying your potential employer, you are also sending a message that you are not willing to fully read the job descriptions that they have posted, so why should they read your resume. There is no one person who is ideal for every opportunity within any company. While I’m confident there are some CEO’s who could do any job within their company well, there is no way that they would work for the pay offered at each position.

Your resume submission is your first opportunity to meet a company. Make sure that it’s a meaningful conversation and you are only asking for a meeting to discuss a position that you are truly ideal for. Blasting our resume will only help the recruiter recognize your name and associate it with the “Not Interested” stack of resumes in their trashcan.

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Engineer Cisco Certifications, Juniper, All Levels from Junior to Senior Level Jobs!!

CCNA- Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing & Switching Voice/Security/ (lower level)
CCNP- Cisco Certified Network Profesional Voice/”””/ ( more seasoned)
CCIE- Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert – Highest Level Certification-Senior – s
Routing & Switching
CCSP-Security Certification/ Mid level
CISSP- Certified Information Systems Security Professional Certified Info systems / Prof
UCCE- Unified Contact Center Enterprise (UCCE) and Customer Voice Portal (CVP) Installation Configuration and Deployment Guide Introduction .
CUCM- Cisco Unified Communications Manager
UCCX-Cisco contact center express
CCDP- Cisco Certified Design Professional
CCDA- Cisco Certified Design Assoc
CSE- Cisco Sales Executive
CCAI- Certified Academy Instructor
CWNA- Certified Wireless Network Associate
CWSP- Certified Wireless Security Professional

New Ones:
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
Microsoft Certfied Systems Administrator (MCSA)
Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA)
Cisco Unified Computing Technology Support Specialist – (UCS)
CCM-?
Cisco Certified VOIP professional (CCVP)
• Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).
• Certified eIQnetworks Systems Engineer (SIEM).
• Crossbeam XOS certified in configuration and administration (CCSA).
• Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate (JNCIA).
• Completed JUNOS and Juniper SRX Series gateways Training.
• Green Belt Six Sigma Certified.
• Attended Check Point NGX R65, CCSA/CCSE Training.
• Crossbeam COS/XOS Expert Firewall Training, COS/XOS administration.
• Completed Tipping Point Expert Training.
• Completed Imperva WAF & DSG Training.
• Completed Arcsight Administration Training.
• Red Hat Linux Essentials Training.
• Completed Ethical Hacker Training.
• Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer with Security Training. (MCSE: Security)
• Cisco’s ICRC, ACRC, CIT and CLSC and Content Smart Switching.
Batchelor of Engg (B.S.) in Electronics Engineering, Bangalore University, India

Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) from Novell

Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) from Microsoft

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) from Cisco

Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) from Cisco

Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) from Cisco

Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP) from Cisco

Cisco Certified Security Specialist (CCSP1) from Cisco

Cisco Certified Security Specialist (CCIP) from Cisco

Checkpoint Certified Security Administrator (CCSA)

Checkpoint Certified Security Engineer (CCSE)

Certified Security System Professional (CISSP)

Cisco IP Telephony Support Specialist (CVOICE, CIPT, & QoS)

Cisco Wireless LAN Design Specialist

Passed Cisco Certified Inter-network Expert (CCIE – R & S) written Exam

Passed Cisco Certified Inter-network Expert (CCIE – Security) written Exam

Completed CCIE Lab Preparation Course
Cisco IP Telephony (CIPT)

JNCIA-EX- Juniper certified switching associate
JNCIS-ER- Juniper certified routing specialist
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Job Market To Improve By 2013, Economists Predict Whether in Telecom or Technology


For what seems like years, college students and recent graduates have been scared into thinking that there’s a high probability that they may not be able to find a job due to a struggling and ultra-competitive job market.

However, a National Association for Business Economics survey recently revealed that the 2012 and 2013 job outlook is looking brighter than economists originally thought.

The results concluded that payrolls are expected to increase almost 190,000 a month on average during 2012, which is up from a February estimate of 170,000. In addition, researchers say the U.S. economy is expected to grow by 2.3 percent during the remainder of 2012 and by 2.7 percent next year.

2013 is forecasted to be an even more impressive year, according to the news source. Inflation is expected to stay under control, and if economists’ predictions are correct, the unemployment rate may drop to 7.5 percent at some point in October, November or December of 2013.

The automotive industry is expected to see a jump in sales from to 14.5 million, up from the 14 million suggested in a February prediction. Homebuilders are also purportedly going to see an increase in the amount of homes they build. The February forecast estimated that 700,000 homes would be constructed in 2012, while this latest survey estimates that number will probably increase by 20,000.

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