Weekly Tech Career Opportunity Spotlight
This week’s priority recruiting focuses on the dynamic tech spaces of Information Technology Service Management (ITSM), CRM for Google Apps, Disruptive Supply Chain Management, and more Digital Media/AdTech…
Information Technology Service Management (ITSM)
Offering the industry’s first real IT agility application that helps teams work better together in order to enable the business to respond faster to opportunities and competitive threats. This SaaS software helps Fortune 500 companies efficiently execute IT service management in a faster, more efficient and agile environment. The company has just received 8.5 million in funding and Gartner named them ‘Cool Vendor’ in IT Operations Management.
We are seeking experienced Sales Engineers (#21542) in multiple metro area to make a difference in a game changing career opportunity. The Senior Sales Engineer/Software Consultant will thrive in a fast-paced, performance-based sales environment. The successful candidate must possess the business and technical acumen to understand IT’s key transformational challenges with business critical custom applications, SaaS and Cloud. (more…)
Priority IT Jobs from Redfish Technology
This week’s top IT career opportunities are for Sales Account Executives, Channel Sales Director, Outbound Lead Generation Specialist, Product Marketing Manager, Chief Technology Officer, Project Managers, Software Engineers, Quality Assurance, Senior Linux Administrator, and many more. Industries include: Social Media, Networking, VOIP, Telecom, E-Learning, Customer Retention, Healthcare Software, … (more…)
Hiring and Salaries Projected to Increase in 2012 by Major Research Firms.
The newly published Robert Half 2012 Technology Salary Guide provides projected average starting salary ranges for more than 70 IT positions and features the five mid- and senior-level tech professionals that are highest in demand. Mobile media is the main impetus for the highest growth technology, as smartphone use and tablet adoption continues to grow.
Average starting salaries for 2012 are predicted to go up over 2011 levels across the board. The Senior Management increases range from 3.0% to 3.9%, Applications Development functions between 2.0% for technical writers and 9.1% for mobile applications developers.
The tech industry paid an annual average wage of $86,800 in 2010, 93 percent more than the average private sector wage of $45,000 according to CyberStates 2011.
RHT forecasts that tech firms top hiring priorities (and starting salary ranges) in 2012 will be:
1. Systems Engineers ($70,250 – $102,000) and Networking Engineers ($75,000 – $107,750) (more…)