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Journal Judg3's Journal: Capella University now hiring in Minneapolis, MN 3

Hey guys, though I'd throw this out to all of you. If you are interested, or know of someone who is, email me at jeremy(dot)pavleck(at)capella(dot)edu - the link to the open IT jobs are here and we are looking for:

Software Quality Engineer - Performance Automation
Software Quality Engineer - Functional Automation
Technical Support Analyst
Systems Administrator

Please note this is a Windows shop and adjust resumes to reflect that. This is an awesome company to work for, free college (From BS to PhD, all gratis), ESOP, 401k, etc etc etc and the people are great to.

Here's some more info for the system admin position:
It's more or less a jack-of-all-trades position, in fact all of the system admins are like that. It's for a newish department, so there's a lot of room to grow. You don't have to be an ace, but we'd like someone with experience in some of the aspects of what the job description entails plus:
VBScript, Perl, MRTG, Cacti, WIKI experience and experience with monitoring several hundred servers.
One of the new roles assigned to the new Sys Admin is my backup, I'm the systems management guy and we use MOM, WhatsUp, Servers Alive, and a lot of OSS/Homegrown apps. I'd especially love someone with web application programming to help implement a new contact list.

Hey, the job comes with a new color BlackBerry! Email, phone, and internet everywhere!

Hope someone out there is interested!

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Capella University now hiring in Minneapolis, MN

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  • ...if I didn't live on the other side of Lake Michigan.

    I've got to find a better job than my tutoring position. I make $6.50/hr as a student tutor. My mother is my boss, so if I were to be promoted in any sense, there'd be questions of nepotism.

    I've thought about applying to local computer stores (not chains like Best Buy, CompUSA, etc.)...but I don't know. I don't like taking risks.
  • That sounds like an awesome job, and free school is a plus (I get my AS in CS in december, need to find a 4-year school). Too bad the school I'm sysadminning at right now isn't bigger (and I haven't been here longer). Oh well.
    • It really is a pretty kickass job, I consider myself (finally) fairly lucky to have found it. Even though the job description says it requires a degree, that's more of a formality, not an absolute must! If you're close, give it a shot!

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