?

Log in

No account? Create an account
boston_jobs
A community for job opportunities and job seekers in the Boston area!
Recent Entries 
10th-May-2012 10:36 am(no subject)
Evil Twin
Hey all,
I'm hiring for an entry level job, half IT/Helpdesk half HR administrative support.
Must like beer. Feel free to poke me with questions.
click through if interestedCollapse )
4th-Jan-2012 04:51 pm - copywriter, etc.
buffy  bridge
Hello.
I'm looking for a freelance job, and I would like to offer my skills as the translator (English/Russian/Ukranian), copywriter, journalist and editor covering various subject areas.
My CV and portfolio and e-mail can be found on this web-page: http://galinadivakova.wordpress.com
I live in Ukraine but have a huge experience of working for international customers. My price list would be really advantageous for your business. I accept the payment via Webmoney.
Please, feel free to contact me.
22nd-Jan-2010 01:02 am - Piano lessons
Serious Piano Lessons By Russian Pianist Victoria Learn

Private & Group
Children & Adults

Classic Music & Solfeggio & Theory

Call 617-718-0203
New Live Journal Community that will hopefully be of interest to members here!

job_joy


The Community for posting & finding enjoyable jobs!
Join us for a celebration of work!
28th-Aug-2009 10:21 am - Desktop support job
The successful candidate will have strong end-user interaction/communication skills, the ability to recognize potential problems and take appropriate preventative action, the ability to support a wide variety of users through phone and email communication as well as personal interaction, and be willing to travel occasionally to other domestic office locations. Reports directly to the helpdesk manager.

General Duties and Responsibilities:

Travel and support all 3 new england offices.
Respond to email requests for technical assistance through established helpdesk ticketing system
Remote desktop support for regional offices and home office employees
Troubleshoot and resolve issues with workstation hardware and software.
Maintain hardware and software inventory
Setup and deploy IT equipment for new employees
Work with fellow members of the IT department to accomplish assigned projects
As required, train users in various software and operating system activities
Assist with Data backup systems (Symantec BackupExec) as well as restoring user data as needed
Perform other related duties as assigned
Receives general direction on key objectives and guidance on complex unconventional problems
Required Skills:

Strong knowledge of Windows XP operating systems
Basic knowledge of Windows networks, firewalls, and Remote Access
Strong knowledge of MS Office & MS Outlook/Exchange
Excellent written and verbal communications skills and capacity to creatively solve problems are essential
Good organizational and communication skills and ability to complete tasks with limited supervision
Desired Skills:

Experience with supporting AutoCAD, Microstation and other civil engineering applications a plus
Setup and configure Active Directory User accounts and Exchange mail accounts
Assist in troubleshooting and supporting Cisco VoIP phone systems
Qualifications and Experience:

Normally requires a 2-year degree in Information Technology or related field and 1-3 years of experience (or equivalent working knowledge/experience)
Must be familiar with commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures
5th-Aug-2008 07:30 pm - Still looking for a job...
enlightenment
I'm a musician, musical director, choral conductor and pianist. I'm looking for a job, preferably in music but I'll take pretty much anything. I live in Somerville, so something around there would be good. Anyone have any ideas?
29th-Jul-2008 06:22 pm - Job Needed!!
enlightenment
I will be returning to Boston the end of August and will need a full time job. I have experience directing musicals, teaching voice, playing piano (I can teach it too). I am primarily a teacher. I can also teach multimedia art as well as sculpture.

Any leads appreciated.
21st-Jul-2008 11:37 am - Teach Asia
 

ESL Teach Asia, No EXP Needed, up to $3K/month + Airfare + Rent (Seoul, Korea)

 

Experience of a lifetime,

 

There are several different options for travelling abroad and teaching English. This is a phenomenal way to save money up to $15,000 in one year and explore a new country. I have lived in Korea for several years teaching English and can help you explore your options. I am currently an independent consultant partnering with ESLPIA (www.eslpia.com).

 

This is one of the most amazing opportunities to challenge yourself, make lifelong friends, and save significant amounts of income. I would be happy to share my experience and assist you in determining if this is something you would like to do. Korean schools pay for your airfare, rent, and pay you a competitive salary for working 25-30hrs a week. But it is important that you choose the right school and understand the process well.

 

In order to qualify as an ESL instructor in Korea, you must hold a passport and be a citizen of Australia, Canada, Ireland, Korea, New Zealand, South Africa, UK, or USA. In addition, the instructor must have graduated from a 4-year undergraduate program with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in hand from a recognized university or college and sealed transcripts.

 

If you think traveling Asia while earning a competitive income, please read this online brochure:

 

http://www.brunohill.com/downloads/ESLPia_Job_Manual.pdf

 

Please email me to ask question or learn more about getting started.

 

Bruno Hill

bruno@eslpia.com

 

 
20th-Jun-2008 11:14 am(no subject)

GoJobs.com, is undergoing a major redesign in the name of delivering more targeted results to job seekers, on a local basis.

 

We are looking for comments and suggestions regarding our existing site, and how we can make it better for Boston Job Seekers.

We would like input such as…

  1. Were you able to navigate and find the jobs you were looking for?
  2. Do you like the layout of the pages?
  3. Does the site need more content?
  4. Would you add things to the site?

 

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

 

http://gojobs.com/boston-jobs.html

 

Thanks in advance for looking at the site, and good luck in your job hunt!

(This content is cross-posted)
16th-Jun-2008 10:18 am(no subject)
[hopeless]charlotte//credit??
Poor grad student is looking for a job (and not just for the rest of the summer.)  Everything and anything will be considered.  Thanks!  
This page was loaded Aug 22nd 2017, 7:23 am GMT.