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Job Opportunities Event for Plus Consulting

The Top Secret Colonials are sponsoring another speaking engagement. Plus Consulting will be on campus on Thursday, November 5th from 4:00 – 5:00pm to discuss job opportunities. They are asking that students bring resumes in hand. There will be pizza and drinks and please remember that you will earn one hour of SET credit.

Company Summary: Founded in 1999, Plus Consulting is an award-winning, full-service IT firm. Plus is recognized for innovative solutions that meet or exceed the requirements of our valued clients. Our team of experts integrate extensive industry and IT experience with top tools and methodologies for solutions that positively impact our clients’ business operations across a spectrum of industries, including financial services, banks, call centers, government contractors and non-profits. Plus is a proven leader in the implementation of strategic SharePoint, customer relationship management (CRM), business intelligence (BI), infrastructure, and security solutions that empower sales, marketing and technology employees.

Opportunity Summary: Plus Consulting is seeking students for Internships for the spring, summer and fall of 2016. We are looking for individuals that are intelligent, highly motivated and are considering a career in the fast paced world of IT consulting. Plus Consulting offers a comprehensive internship program design to challenge students, impart valuable skills, and offer insight into a career path in the IT consulting industry. Highlights include hands-on project work, a great work environment, and access to mentor-ship and networking opportunities.

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Internship at Highmark Health

Highmark Health are currently seeking undergraduate students who are on a Computer Science/Information Technology Career Path and who are searching for an internship opportunity to jump start their careers.

Interns will be exposed to a world class software tool that utilizes artificial intelligence technology in order to define people and companies and their relationship to Highmark, in addition to relational database concepts for both Oracle and Teradata databases and work extensively with Structured Query Language (SQL) within Pennsylvania’s largest Blue Cross and Blue Shield health insurer. Interns will also be exposed to Microsoft Visio, Teradata SQL Assistant, and other software tools used by the EDW business team.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Strong academic background in Computer Science / Information Technology
• College Junior or Senior preferred
• Minimum 3.50 GPA
• Must possess proven analytical and interpersonal skills
• Strong written, communication and presentation skills
• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
• Knowledge of Agile Methodology
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It’s Business Week at RMU, and you’re Invited!

This week at RMU is Business Week.  Many of the companies coming to campus are looking for IT-related majors as well as business majors, so this is a great networking opportunity in addition to the opportunity to attend several interesting panel discussions.  All RMU students are welcome and encouraged to attend these events.

Panel: SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST- Don’t be Eaten Alive! Surviving and Thriving in the Workplace Jungle
Tuesday, February 24, 1:45 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – Sewall Center – Dining Room

Topics will include but not be limited to:

  • What to expect on day 1/week1- how to deal with being overwhelmed at a new job/internship & what to expect
  • Now that you’ve landed the job, what are the do’s and don’ts of office culture- Tips on how to ask for manager feedback, how to deal with ambiguity and problems that arise, how to stand out in your role, etc.
  • Advice to millennials on how to deal with non-millennials
  • Leadership in the workplace; also, the concept of value-added; how to stand out
  • Other advice to young professionals regarding navigating the workplace: dealing with office politics, advancing in the workplace and/or knowing when to leave an organization and how to do it, etc.

    Tom Farmar, PHR, Regional HR Manager, Advance Auto Parts
    Steve Kobert (RMU Finance 2010), Advisory Staff, EY
    Angela Naderi-Blezard (RMU M.B.A. 2009), Retail Marketing Manager, Highmark
    Dave Rea, Project Manager, Catalyst Connection
    Kristie Tamski (tentative) (RMU Marketing 2008), Senior Digital Account Executive, PMI

PANEL: BEING A CHAMELEON: Adapting to the Recruiter for Interview Success – Selling Yourself in the Interview
Tuesday, February 24, 3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. – Sewall Center – International Suite

Topics will include but not be limited to:

  • Emotional Intelligence (EQ) (how to use EQ to excel in an interview and in the workplace)
  • Do’s and don’ts of the interview; also, the subtle issues that make you stand out or get rejected
  • Advice on how to answer the toughest and strangest interview questions
  • Advice on phone and Skype interviews
  • Beyond the basics: second interviews, panel interviews, etc.
  • Testing (what types, suggestions for taking)
  • Importance of follow-up: how and why

    Erin Baker, VP of Line of Business Development Programs and Campus Recruiting, PNC
    Tom Farmar, PHR, Regional HR Manager, Advance Auto Parts
    Dave Rea, Project Manager, Catalyst Connection
    Kristie Tamski (tentative) (RMU Marketing 2008), Senior Digital Account Executive, PMI
    Kelly Welde, Campus Recruiter, PNC

Wednesday, February 25, 4:40 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. – Sewall Center – Dining Room

Learning short cuts and quick tricks in Excel provides a HUGE benefit when in an internship or first job. Plus, it’s a good way to impress (and help) your manager once on the job! This session will provide tips from a recent graduate & a student intern.

Keegan Beemsterboer, Tax Associate, KPMG LLP
Vanessa Petrasko, (RMU Economics/Finance 2015/ Integrated MBA 2016), former Dell Intern

PANEL:  THE INTERNSHIP SAFARI: Exploring the Professional Jungles through Internships
Thursday, February 26, 9:15 – 10:30 a.m.- Sewall Center – Dining Room

This session will include a discussion on:

  • The importance of internships, whether or not they are for academic credit
  • What employers look for in selecting candidates
  • A student’s perspective on the value of interning and the internship search
  • When, how and where to look for internships
  • Details on the Academic Internship Program

    Celine Stanasolovich, Director of Accounting & Human Resources, Legend Financial Advisors, Inc.
    Ashley Stark, Campus Relations Associate Recruiter, BNY Mellon
    Vanessa Petrasko, Student Intern
    Sheila Broman, Internship Coordinator, RMU
    Carole Weldon, Career Counselor for School of Business students, RMU

“Passion to Innovate. Power to Change.” – Summer IT Internship at Bayer

Information Technology 2015 Internship at Bayer

As we all know Bayer is a global enterprise with core competencies in the fields of health care, agriculture and high-tech polymer materials. It sets trends in research-intensive areas. Bayer’s products and services are designed to benefit people and improve their quality of life.

They are currently seeking Juniors or Seniors to participate in their North America Information Technology Intern Program. The primary responsibility of the role will be to identify, analyze, plan, design, document and deliver technical solutions to meet the business requirements. The interns will have the opportunity to assist IT members to gain a direct view of what is involved in supporting ongoing IT efforts. The selected individuals will work with senior members of the team and assist with tasks of low to medium complexity. Candidates must be available for a 3-month summer assignment (May – August 2015) at Bayer’s Pittsburgh, PA site.

If interested make sure to check the link below: