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IMSA IT jobs on 1099 contract

2019-09-12 by: kitepilot@kitepilot.com
From: kitepilot@kitepilot.com
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HOLY CRAP!!!
How do they expect finding anyone competent offering those rates?
Blows my mind...   :(
ET 

 

Michael Harrison writes: 

> Am passing around. There is Linux in there somewhere. 
> 
> ---------- Forwarded message ---------
> From: Lulu L Copeland 
> Date: Thu, Sep 12, 2019, 14:35
> Subject: FW: IMSA IT jobs on 1099 contract
> To: Mike Harrison  
> 
> 
> Mike, 
> 
> Know anyone looking for contract projects that can turn into jobs? 
> 
>  
> 
> These job are now posted on our college job board, but I also want to reach
> qualified candidates from outside as well. 
> 
> If people interested have ever attended Chatt State, Career Services
> account is available to them to submit applications. 
> 
> Or anyone can send resume and cover letter to careers@chattanoogastate.edu 
> 
>  
> 
> Our Career Services staff will be setting up Oct 8 interview appointments. 
> 
>  
> 
> Thanks. 
> 
>  
> 
> Lulu L. Copeland 
> 
> Executive Director, Economic & Workforce Development 
> 
> Chattanooga State Community College 
> 
>  
> 
> 423.697.3212 office 
> 
>  
> 
> ********************************************************************************************************************************************************* 
> 
> Job Postings for IMSA Global  
> 
>  
> 
> *Job Title: Data Scientist* 
> 
> Job Summary: 
> 
> International Maritime Security Associates (IMSA) is currently in need of a
> Data Scientist to join our team. The ideal candidate will be intricately
> involved in running analytical experiments in a methodical manner, and will
> regularly evaluate alternate models via theoretical approaches. This is the
> perfect opportunity for the successful candidate to become a part of an
> innovative and energetic team that develops maritime risk analysis tools
> which will influence both our products and clients. 
> 
> Responsibilities and Duties: 
> 
> ·         Research and develop statistical learning models for data analysis 
> 
> ·         Collaborate with product management and engineering departments
> to understand company needs and devise possible solutions 
> 
> ·         Keep up-to-date with latest technology trends 
> 
> ·         Communicate results and ideas to key decision makers 
> 
> ·         Implement new statistical or other mathematical methodologies as
> needed for specific models or analysis 
> 
> ·         Optimize joint development efforts through appropriate database
> use and project design 
> 
> Qualifications and Skills: 
> 
> ·         Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Statistics, Applied Math or
> related field 
> 
> ·         2+ years’ practical experience with data processing, database
> programming and data analysis 
> 
> ·         Extensive background in data mining and statistical analysis 
> 
> ·         Able to understand various data structures and common methods in
> data transformation 
> 
> ·         Excellent pattern recognition and predictive modeling skills 
> 
> ·         Experience with programming languages such as Java / Scala /
> Python an asset 
> 
> Pay 
> 
> Contract Rate $35 per hour 
> 
>  
> 
> *Job Title: Java Developer* 
> 
> Job Summary: International Maritime Security Associates (IMSA) is looking
> for a contract worker who can utilize Java, HTML and CSS . The successful
> candidate will work on the Automated Risk Management Software (ARMS) 
> 
> Responsibilities and Duties: 
> 
> ·         Writing well designed, testable, efficient code 
> 
> ·         Contribute in all phases of the development lifecycle 
> 
> ·         Prepare and produce releases of software components 
> 
> ·         Support continuous improvement by investigating alternatives and
> technologies and presenting these for architectural review 
> 
> ·         Manage application dependencies 
> 
>  
> 
> Qualifications and Skills: 
> 
> ·         Agile Development process. 
> 
> ·         Java, Spring Boot, HTML, CSS 
> 
> ·         Works well independently to define system/application/module
> design/architecture 
> 
> ·         Linux Snaps 
> 
> ·         Containerization 
> 
> Pay 
> 
> Contract Rate $30 per hour 
> 
>  
> 
> *Job Title: Network Engineer* 
> 
> Job Summary: 
> 
> International Maritime Security Associates (IMSA) is searching for a
> Network Engineer who can implement  equipment installation plans based on
> the Network Administrator’s  specifications, maintain each component of the
> network and troubleshoot  issues. The Network Engineer will be responsible
> for monitoring the network firewall, assessing the functionality of the
> network routers,  ensuring all Internet security software is updated
> regularly,  and maintaining the company phone system. 
> 
> Responsibilities and Duties: 
> 
> ·         Sustain the necessary data throughput rate by monitoring
> networking activity and maintaining existing equipment 
> 
> ·         Maintain the company phone system and work closely with the phone
> service provider to keep the lines active 
> 
> ·         Update the network maintenance manual and submit a summary of
> changes to the manual each week to management 
> 
> ·         Collaborate with third-party support and service vendors to
> ensure that the network stays operational 
> 
> ·         Work closely with departmental managers to determine future
> network needs and plan for network changes 
> 
> ·          Develop methods and tools to be used to test and implement new
> LAN/WAN equipment 
> 
> ·         Analyze the current network structure and submit quarterly
> comprehensive reports to executive team on how to make the network more
> efficient 
> 
> Qualifications and Skills 
> 
> ·         2+ years’ successful network troubleshooting experience 
> 
> ·         Must be able to complete complex projects with minimal to no
> supervision 
> 
> ·         Effective problem-solving skills 
> 
> ·         Extensive experience with Virtulization technology: VMware, QEMU,
> LXC, LXD 
> 
> Pay 
> 
> Contract Rate $25 per hour 
> 
>  
> 
> *Job Title: System Administrator* 
> 
> Job Summary: 
> 
> International Maritime Security Associates (IMSA) needs a capable,
> motivated System Administrator to assists in all aspects of the
> configuration and maintenance of our computer systems. Do you love tackling
> problems head-on? Do you enjoy coming up with creative solutions to a
> business’s pain points? Are you constantly updating your knowledge of
> hardware and software trends and advancements? If you can answer “yes” to
> those questions, you’ll fit in well with our company. We run a fast-paced
> but casual office in a supportive atmosphere. As an IT staff member at a
> start-up, you’ll wear lots of hats and gain plenty of valuable experience. 
> 
> Responsibilities and Duties: 
> 
> 1.    Provide technical support for both hardware and software issues to
> our users and data center 
> 
> 2.    Manage the configuration and operation of server-based computer
> operating systems 
> 
> 3.    Monitor the system daily and respond immediately to security or
> usability concerns 
> 
> 4.    Create and verify backups of data 
> 
> 5.    Upgrade systems and processes as required for enhanced functionality
> and security issue resolution 
> 
> 6.    Administrate infrastructure, including firewalls, databases, malware
> protection software and other processes 
> 
> 7.    Review application logs 
> 
> 8.    Install and test computer-related equipment 
> 
> Qualifications and Skills: 
> 
> 1.    2+ years’ experience in system administration 
> 
> 2.    Associate or higher degree in a related field 
> 
> 3.    Extensive experience with Virtulization technology: VMware, QEMU,
> LXC, LXD, OpenStack 
> 
> 4.    Advanced knowledge of system vulnerabilities and security issues 
> 
> Pay 
> 
> Contract $25 per hour

=============================================================== From: Wil Wade ------------------------------------------------------ Competent people are only required after the ransomware hits. X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX18KQ2h1Z2FsdWcg bWFpbGluZyBsaXN0CkNodWdhbHVnQGNodWdhbHVnLm9yZwpodHRwOi8vY2h1Z2FsdWcub3JnL2Nn aS1iaW4vbWFpbG1hbi9saXN0aW5mby9jaHVnYWx1Zwo=

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ Reminds me of their InfoSec rates. Nobody is coming in at that price.

=============================================================== From: Adam Jimerson ------------------------------------------------------ Well no one of value at that rate anyways, might be able to lure in some people trying to get into the tech field but may be in over their heads glancing over some of the job descriptions.

=============================================================== From: Billy ------------------------------------------------------ I look at these as entry level positions. TWC suffered a lot from “hiring them to leave” coupled with “on the job training to seek better pay.” A hiring company may think they’re being at “market value.” But, they really need to be looking at their retention and turn around numbers. If staff only stay for 1-2 years, then they’re not paying enough for the stuff they’re asking for. Chattanooga has a cheaper standard of living, median home values are 60% of Kennesaw, Ga where I am. However median listed price is only 87% of my area. That said, many companies hire “remotees” (mine included). Also, if you had to commute once a week for 3hrs round trip for double your income - would you? If so, that could be you driving to Atlanta once a week. Final thoughts: “You get what you pay for.” Remember the old hiring adage: “Train them to leave, but treat them well enough to stay.” --b

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ I keep hoping to find a way back into Chatt-town, one of our F5 guys lives in Chattanooga and remotes frequently. th =E2=80=9Con the job .=E2=80=9D But, they the stuff . Also, if you =9D :

=============================================================== From: kitepilot@kitepilot.com ------------------------------------------------------ What is an "F5 guy" ? Man, ignorance hurts... :( ET Stephen Kraus writes:

=============================================================== From: Dan Lyke ------------------------------------------------------ Apparently F5 is an application delivery networking service, but when I hear "F5 guy" I think "someone who knows enough to mash reload on their browser to fix things." Dan

=============================================================== From: Billy ------------------------------------------------------ I think that’s a legit problem solving strategy...

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ F5 Load Balancer, he also does our WAF (Web Application Firewall)

=============================================================== From: kitepilot@kitepilot.com ------------------------------------------------------ Me think me still lost... Billy writes:

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ F5's are Linux powered Load Balancer - You give them a list of IPs and URIs, and it can do Round Robin or other forms of load balancing for large web facing applications.

=============================================================== From: kitepilot@kitepilot.com ------------------------------------------------------ This ? https://www.f5.com/ kitepilot@kitepilot.com writes:

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ Yup.

=============================================================== From: Billy ------------------------------------------------------ I thought C64 had function keys! How else do you reload the browser page on it? --b

=============================================================== From: Billy ------------------------------------------------------ Back in the early 2000s, I guess it was running bsd at the time, we had a pa= ir of 6U or 8U F5=E2=80=99s across 5 pops doing GSLB. I=E2=80=99m sure the smaller 1U ones today outperform that bad boy, but it w= as neat watching it work. Was fun sitting in the 65=C2=B0F datacenter plugging my laptop directly into= the core switch downloading a bunch of ISOs at wire speed.=20 --b : =20

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ Load Balancer is all I've known them for.... correction, crappy load balancers that don't have a full grasp of the TCP/IP stack, that's what I know them for.... -Dave X19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX19fX18KQ2h1Z2FsdWcg bWFpbGluZyBsaXN0CkNodWdhbHVnQGNodWdhbHVnLm9yZwpodHRwOi8vY2h1Z2FsdWcub3JnL2Nn aS1iaW4vbWFpbG1hbi9saXN0aW5mby9jaHVnYWx1Zwo=