Tester position through Experis (IT or CS)

College graduation is around the corner! You are a creative person and want to not just think outside of the box, but maybe ignore that there is a box all together! You’re also looking for a competitive compensation package to begin to knock down those student loans.  We offer a stable, spirited corporate environment with an innovative edge.


We’re looking for Active Thinkers who love technology and can learn enterprise-level performance needs. Tactics are important, but you’ll never survive if you can’t develop Strategy first! You’ll test our kick-ass applications and make sure that our customers will always have a great experience with our apps. You’ll need to pay close attention and use deductive reasoning every day.  You’ll learn to be the Dr. Watson to our Sherlock Holmes.


 You’ll be a perfect fit if you have:


·         A passion for learning from our teams.


·         Strong communication and teamwork skills.


·         Find and fix performance issues in our software and systems.


·         Love analysis as much (or more!) than Doritos and can analyze issues from both a Performance or Production standpoint.


·         Can manage multiple projects and deadlines at the same time. Blindfolded. With one hand tied behind your back.


·         Appreciate the fine art of executing repeatable, maintainable, and secure processes.


·         Communicate easily with Operations, Project Teams, Quality Service, as well as our Awesome Developers, Scrum Masters and Project Managers.


·         Passionately communicate historical and technical application knowledge wielding a whiteboard marker as your Mjölnir against bad application performance metrics.


·         Roll up your sleeves and dig in during all stages of the testing cycle.


·         Champion your vision and build a devoted following of teammates and internal customers alike


·         Test, Retest, and Report. Nothing gets by you!


·         Learn new ways of test execution and bring them to the team.


·         Love progress, status and KPM tracking and communicate results to the team.


·         Collect a lot of data! We can’t successfully test the platforms without enough. More is better!


·         Writing comes naturally for you, in a dry, technical, documenty sort of way

  Note from Darlene:  They are looking for May 2014 graduates or alumni 2-3 years out. 

W. Garth Callaghan
Business Development Manager




4801 Cox Road, Suite 202


Glen Allen, Virginia 23060



+1 804-521-5219


+1 804-521-5201


+1 804-502-5506






IT Student Associate in the VCU School of Business


The Office of Technology Services

IT Student Associate


The VCU School of Business is seeking a student employee for the Office of Technology Services in a technology support capacity. This position would be responsible for:

-Providing technical support for minor troubleshooting of classroom equipment

-Minor troubleshooting of hardware and software of staff and faculty computers with restricted administrative rights only

-Assist in computer imaging

-Assist in computer replacements

-Providing technical support to faculty, staff and co-workers

-Other duties as assigned


-Knowledge in troubleshooting, maintaining, and repairing hardware and software

-Working knowledge of best practices in PC and Mac desktop standards, security and administration

-Knowledge of Microsoft/Mac specific products (Including Windows and MS Office software, iOS and Mac OS.  As well as knowledge of common business software and applications working with web browsers, Adobe Acrobat etc.

-Computer and customer service skills to provide faculty, staff and co-workers with technical support

-Ability to effectively communicate complex information in a professional manner so that it is easily understandable to computer users at all levels

-Ability to work in a diverse and fast paced environment

This position would be working no more than 20 hours a week at a hourly rate of $8.25.

To apply:  Please send your resume to jpdegenaars@vcu.edu and copy dward@vcu.edu.


Big 4 Accounting Success for Vu Nguyen!

I know it is not easy.  There is tremendous pressure on senior accounting students to secure a full-time offer before they graduate.  During the accounting recruiting season, students juggle a heavy class load, remain active in student organizations, network with employers, try and maintain high GPAs, volunteer, work in their field, attend career-related events and have to find time to interview.

Senior accounting major, Vu Nguyen, would probably agree that the process is demanding.   Vu stands out to me because of his quiet nature and his professionalism.   Vu and I connected in early 2012 during our career counseling appointments.  Like most juniors, he was looking for an internship in his major to build his resume and gain first-hand experience.  With his strong GPA, I suggested that he register for the Accounting Internship class, where he interviewed and was placed at the Virginia Credit Union as an Internal Audit Intern.

When the fall 2013 Accounting Season began, Vu, now armed with an accounting internship and dynamite resume, aggressively jumped right in with very high hopes.   As a full-time student, he was extremely busy networking and interviewing with several companies.  If that was not enough, Vu was now one of the leaders in Beta Alpha Psi, where he was also earning volunteer hours and was active with career center activities as well.  He mock interviewed with one of the recruiters with the Big 4 and attended almost every workshop we presented to make sure that he was as prepared as possible.

So what happens when you do everything right, and there still isn’t an offer?  At the end of the fall semester, Vu came to visit me and brought me one of the nicest, kindest and most heartfelt card I have ever received in the 22 years I have been in student services.   In the card, Vu thanked me for helping him build professional skills and for my willingness to listen and help.   Vu admitted that he was feeling a bit discouraged because he had not received an offer.  My advice was simple.  I encouraged him to get back out there and continue to do all of the things he had been doing and stay positive.

Good things come to those who wait:  By the Spring, Vu landed another part-time accounting position, but continued to interview for that allusive full time offer.

In March 2014, Vu stopped by to share with me that he landed the Financial Services Assurance Staff position with Ernst &Young!

Let Vu’s experience be a motivator for all of you.  When things do not quite happen as quickly as you would like, make sure you stay positive and continue to get yourself out there.  Don’t be afraid to ask for help, find a mentor and try again, and again, and again.  The payoff is usually AMAZING!!

Vu Nguyen 04-10-14

Another new set of jobs in hirebusrams

When you have a minute, scan the list below of the latest jobs and if anything looks interesting, sign on to your hirebusrams account and plug the 4 digit job code # under the advance search tab.  You will find the company name, job descriptions and information on how to apply.

Titles of jobs                                                                                                                Job ID #


Job Title Job Job ID
Int. Systems Programmer – UPS Freight  3445
Seasonal Teller 3447
IT Programmer 3448
Marketing Administrator 3449
Marketing Intern 3451
Business Analyst 3454
Inside Sales Representative 3455
Production Supervisor – 2nd Shift 3459
Sports Tourism Intern 3460
Associate Analyst 3461
Business Analyst 3462
PC Support Intern 3463
Operational Due Diligence Associate 3466
Hospitality Positions (Various) 3468
Web designer intern 3470
Sales Director – Regional 3473
AT&T Retail Leadership Development Program 3474
Financial Planner Career Track – Planning Assistant 3475
AT&T Business Sales Leadership Development Program and BSLDP Technical Sales Consultant 3476
Customer Service Intern 3477
Recruiting Intern 3478
AT&T Technical Development Internships 3479
AT&T Technology Development Programs 3480
Web Specialist 3482
Computer Programmer II 3483
Nationwide Associate  3484
New Account Development Representative 3485
Production and Operations Management 3486
Marketing 3487
Performance Analyst 3488
Entry Level Account Sales Representative  3490
Production Manager 3491
Assistant Manager 3492
Financial & Business Analyst 3493
Team Lead – Food & Beverage 3499
Supervisor – Food & Beverage 3500
Pet Care Associate-Seasonal 3502
Jr Budget Analyst – USMC 3504
Office help 3505
Logistics Senior Analyst 3507
Customer Support 3509
HR Benefits Coordinator/Generalist #14-14 3525
Client Data Analyst 3526
Lead Strategic Analyst 3529
Executive Assistant/Travel Supervisor 3531
Worker’s Comp Safety Clerk 3535
Accounting Support Specialist 3536
Administrative Assistant 3537
Innovation & Transition Manager 3538
Financial Auditor I/ Sr. Financial  Auditor I/II 3541
Social Media Intern 3542
Administrative Assistant 3543
Sales / Business Manager  3545
Entry Level Client Manager  3547
Finance Internship 3549
Sales / Business Manager  3550
Assistant Trade Promotions Manager 3551
Office Coordinator 3552
Co-Founder/Partner  3553
Online Marketing Analyst 3554
Software Analyst 3555
Web / Sales Intern 3556
Finance Intern 3557
Financial Advisor/Sales Consultant 3558
Solutions Specialist 3561
Mortgage Account Executive 3563
Recycling Consultant 3564
Marketing Associate 3565
QA Analyst – Performance Testing 3567
Software Developer Intern 3568

3 new human resource jobs from the SHRM website

3 new human resource jobs

Part Time Payroll & Benefits Coordinator
The Vintner Group – Glen Allen, VA
The Vintner Group, headquartered in Glen Allen, Virginia, is one of the nation’s leading distributors of fine wine. We are currently seeking a qualified professional for a position in our Ashland, Virginia location. This is a Part-Time position. Please don’t submit your resume if you are looking for Full-Time but are willing to settle for Part Time  more info…

Global Compensation Leader
ChildFund International – Richmond, VA
This position is responsible for the design and implementation of compensation programs that align with business strategy, are cost and market competitive and enable Child Fund to attract, retain and reward a talented global workforce. Lead the development of a total remuneration philosophy and framework encompassing base compensation, incentives and non-cash rewards for a domestic US, expatriate and international population.  more info…

HR Generalist
United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) – Richmond, VA
The UNOS Human Resources team is seeking an experienced Human Resources (HR) Generalist to manage a variety of recruitment, compensation, HRIS activities within the HR department. This person is an integral partner with the Talent Manager and Director,HRIS,Compensation & Benefits. The HR Generalist performs professional level duties in support of the following functional areas: recruitment, compensation, HRIS, performance management, employee relations, training, and compliance/regulatory issues.  more info…

View more jobs at the Richmond SHRM Career Center

Entry Level IT Recruiter at Brancore Technologies

Entry Level IT Recruiter – Job Description


 BranCore Technologies is looking for an entry level Information Technology (IT) Recruiter to assist in our IT recruiting area.  This will be a 6 month contract-to-hire position.


To assist BranCore Technologies in our recruiting department  in sourcing and locating qualified applicants in order to fill I/T Technical and professional job requirements for our clients.  


 Essential Duties:


- Assist the company with filling open job requirements.
- Review and Research databases for qualified candidates
- Assist in screening resumes and calling candidates
- Present qualified resume’s to management staff


- Input and maintain job applicant information in database


- Submit candidates through vendor management system (VMS)


- Formatting resume’s
- Assist staff with other assigned recruiting responsibilities


Minimum Qualifications:


- Must have been an IT or Human Resource major with a concentration in IT and be interested in pursuing an IT  recruiting career or a recent graduate.  May 2014 and recent graduates are ideal for this position.


- Must possess very good communication, organization, and interpersonal skills
- Proficient computer skills, knowledge of Microsoft software products (i.e., Word, Excel, Internet, etc.)
- Demonstrated professional demeanor


- Knowledge of Careerbuilder, Craigslist and resumate a plus


Hourly Rate:  $15.00/hr


 This is an immediate need.  If you are interested, please send your resume to dward@vcu.edu.


Sales Consultant at Hasco Medical, Ride-Away

Sales Consultant


Currently, we are seeking Mobility Sales Consultants to join our team in Richmond, VA Locations. Offering the chance to earn a competitive salary with the extra incentive of helping those in need makes this position a highly sought-after opportunity. 

As a Mobility Sales Consultant, you will engage in a comprehensive training program with the goal of preparing you to provide the best product knowledge and customer service offered by the mobility services industry. Specifically, you will:
-Use your networking skills to generate referrals and new business leads.
- Develop a sales territory by prospecting and building relationships with local auto 
dealers, rehabilitation hospitals, independent living facilities, and other organizations.
-Become a product knowledge expert, educating others on modified vehicles, wheelchair 
ramps and lifts, and associated accessories.
-Work diligently to assist people with disabilities in securing solutions to their mobility 
needs. Research and recommend funding options, help coordinate installation 
appointments, and deliver vehicles to customers.
-Promote Ride-Away at various trade shows and conferences to showcase product lines.
-Quote pricing options to customers and clients using Ride-Away’s approved 
pricing guidelines.
-In conjunction with our vehicle administration department, assist customers with all 
necessary paperwork and documentation (insurance, titling, registration, etc.) to allow 
them to enjoy their vehicle.
-Act as a liaison between the customer and the service department to assist as needed.

Position Qualifications and Entrance Requirements:
-Associate degree in business or sales management is preferred, but not required.
-Candidates must have 2+ years experience working in a commission-based sales 
-Experience in the mobility equipment or automotive sales industry is preferred.
-Excellent customer service skills are required, and experience in working with people with 
disabilities is a plus.
-Solid written and verbal communication skills and computer skills (MS Office) are 
-Ability to multi-task and work independently with minimal supervision is required.
-Candidates must be able to successfully complete a motor vehicle and criminal 
background check.

Ride-Away offers a very competitive salary and sales commission package, along with a comprehensive benefits plan and the opportunity for career growth and unlimited professional satisfaction. Throughout our company, our employees are recognized as leaders in their communities for their dedication to helping those with disabilities (and their families) regain mobility.

To apply:  http://www.ride-away.com/careers/

Quick Turnaround: Internship with the VA Dept of Professional and Occupational Regulation

Regulatory Programs & Compliance
Board for Barbers & Cosmetology | Board for Hearing Aid Specialists & Opticians
3rd or 4th Year Undergraduate Students or 1st Year Graduate Students
Public Administration | Government | Political Science | Criminal Justice | Business
DATES: Spring – Summer 2014
This is a funded internship with the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR), an executive branch agency responsible for regulating certain professions and occupations as determined by the General Assembly. We serve more than 300,000 individuals and businesses across hundreds of license types, ranging from architects and contractors to cosmetologists and professional wrestlers.
The selected individual will act as a Regulatory Programs Intern within the agency’s Regulatory Programs & Compliance section, supporting staff of the Board for Barbers & Cosmetology and Board for Hearing Aid Specialists & Opticians in accomplishing program goals.
The intern, under the direction of the boards’ Executive Director, will assist and/or be exposed to aspects of board administration and procedure; regulatory, legislative, and public affairs; and licensing operations. Dependent on the intern’s knowledge and interest, the selected individual will have the opportunity to participate in several of the following assignments:
 Assist with developing monitoring strategies to identify false/fraudulent information in order to uphold license integrity.
 Conduct research into best/current practices for regulating various professions/occupations/activities.
 Assist with reviews of current regulations.
 Ensure forms and applications comply with regulations and statutes.
 Assist in identifying needed efficiency improvements within licensing work units and recommend potential revisions to work flow.
 Perform other duties as assigned.

PREFERRED Knowledge/Skills/Abilities (KSAs)
 Excellent organizational skills
 Ability to coordinate multiple schedules, priorities, tasks, and deadlines
 Ability to identify and analyze problems, formulate solutions
 Strong oral and written communication skills
 Ability to work independently
 Ability to interpret and apply law and regulation
 Ability to conduct research
 Fluency in Microsoft Office
This internship is designed for 24-36 hours per week for 10-12 weeks, but other arrangements will be considered. Level of education and training will determine the extent of responsibilities assigned. Successful candidates will be subject to a criminal background check and must disclose any current professional or occupational registration, certification, and licenses held.
Interested persons should submit a resume and a writing sample
no later than Wednesday, April 16, 2014 to the attention of Rhonda Starr, Internship Coordinator, by email, fax OR mail:
E-mail: Rhonda.Starr@dpor.virginia.gov
FAX: (804) 527-4403
Address: Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation
9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 400
Richmond, Virginia 23233

Manager, Internal Audit

Manager, Internal Audit
This position is responsible for participating in the review and execution of financial and operational audits in accordance with the annual internal audit plan and developing plans and executing audits that properly address operational, financial, compliance, and technological risks. This position will be directly responsible for all aspects of the Internal Audit process including definition of audit scope, control evaluation, test activities, issue identification, review, resolution and internal audit reporting for assigned audit objectives.
Reasonable Accommodations Statement:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to complete each essential function (job duty) satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities or sincerely held beliefs, to perform the essential functions and physical activities as outlined in this job description. Contact HR for additional information.

Primary (Essential) Functions: Review and execute tasks and projects described in the annual internal audit plan as both an individual performer and as a leader of a cross functional team. Supervise both internal and external staff assistants. Apply audit practices and techniques in the performance of operational and financial audits, including the testing of internal controls as required to assist Management with assessing compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Assist in the preparation, compilation, summarization and review of detailed work papers to support conclusions and recommendations made in audit reports which are reported to Management and the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors Directly participate in the development and maintenance of Internal Audit policies and procedures. Provide assistance with consulting projects, special investigations, and/or special projects as requested by management or the Audit Committee. Such activities may include reviews for prevention and detection of potential fraud or to develop internal control recommendations Directly assist external auditors in the performance of interim and year-end audits as deemed within the scope of the annual internal audit plan.
Secondary (Non-Essential) Functions: Perform other duties and participate on project teams as assigned
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Intermediate level experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) Demonstrated working knowledge of ERP systems, IT systems and controls, and audit management software Prior SAP system experience is a plus Working knowledge of SOX, COSO and internal control assessment frameworks Ability to self-motivate & work independently to troubleshoot and solve problems, analyze, plan and lead and manage audits and projects
Ability to work collaboratively, both cross-functionally and cross-departmentally Ability to multi-task, prioritize and manage projects, and to adapt to changing priorities and deadlines in fast-paced environment Excellent verbal and written communication skills for presenting information and ideas and responding to questions from co-workers, vendors, clients and customers Must be able to format data presentation/recommendations in a meaningful way to all levels of the organization Data and detail oriented with a high degree of accuracy Demonstrate sound judgment by making effective decisions and being able to support decisions with facts and details Ability to manage, supervise, and assess team member performance and to perform administrative duties to support the department’s plans and activities Ability to travel domestically, between 10 to 20% of time
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance required CPA/CIA (or CISA) designation preferred. Minimum of 7 years of direct internal or external audit experience, with at least 3 years in a supervisory capacity.
Supervision and Decision Making:
This position manages both internal and external staff resources in the planning, execution, and reporting of internal audit projects. Decision making is driven by both the objectives and interpretation of policy guidelines and results and findings have both an internal and external impact.

To apply,  use job ID number: 2135 in the hirebusrams database