Working Wednesday Vol III: Big Data Architect, Minnesota Tech And Recruiter Jobs, Hiring And Layoff News
I know… I’m a day late. Not for lack of interest on my part but a full calendar of recruiting.
Usually during the summer time there is a minor slow down in hiring. Summer hours and vacations can make it a little difficult to get phone calls, interviews and offers done as fast as usual. I’m not seeing much of a slow period. Many hiring managers and candidates are doing phone and video interviews while on their vacation.
Daugherty Business Solutions:
Today and tomorrow a few Developers and a couple of Recruiters are attending the Midwest JS conference at the University of St Thomas campus. A few days of seeing old friends, making new ones, learning and yes… some recruiting. If you are attending the conference stop by and say hello. I will be there for a short time Friday with Eric Kramlinger and Dave Frolick who will be there the whole conference.
Big Data Architect was added this week to our Minneapolis recruiting board. We are looking for someone with expertise in the Hadoop ecosystem: Hive, HDFS, MapReduce, Yarn, Kafka, Pig, Oozie, HBase, Sqoop, and Spark and who have hands on experience with Hands-on experience with Scala, Python and R.
Tech Jobs In Minneapolis and St Paul
Monday, besides the Big Data Architect role above, I added some new ones with friends in town including Product Manager, Sr Software Developer, Senior Engineer, Senior UX/UI Designer and QA Lead. Click Tech Jobs In Minnesota.
Recruiter Jobs In Minneapolis and St Paul
Today I added 15 Minnesota recruiter jobs. Yes, 15. The summer of hiring goes on.
U.S. And Minnesota Jobs News
Open jobs outnumber US unemployed for 3rd straight month – CNBC reports a few more job openings were added again in June widening the gap of with those unemployed.
Tech company ClickSwitch to double staff after landing $3.5M – MSP Business Journal (may require subscription) “The company is seeking to hire a chief technology officer and chief operating officer, plus software developers. A portion of the recently raised funding will also go toward ramping up product development.”
Capella will dismiss nearly 10 percent of workforce as a result of merger – Minneapolis StarTribune confirming what was expected and now with some numbers after the merger of Capella and Strayer. I had been thinking most f the layoffs already happened as I had been seeing many LinkedIn profile updates noting changes.
Atomic Data Relocates in Minneapolis, Plans to Double Headcount in 3 to 4 Years’ Time – Twin Cities Business… this is some BIG growth.
U.S. Payrolls Rise 157,000 While Wage Gains Hold at 2.7% – from Bloomberg… last Friday the July U.S. jobs report was a bit lower than expected but if not for the Toys R Us closing it would have been right in line with estimates.
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