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[job list] ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings

ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings
Week of October 21st, 2007

With postings from:
Quantum Data Inc.
Teach for America


Title: Software Engineer/Developer
Company: ISS
Contact: Ben Barbieri <bb@xxxxxxx> 217-359-8681
Hiring for: Full-time Part-time 
ISS, a leading company of fluorescence and biomedical instrumentation
based in Champaign, Illinois, is looking for talented, enterprising,
highly motivated individuals interested in working in dynamic
environment.  The position is open at our facility in Champaign,
ISS offers an excellent benefits package including: 
?	Full medical benefits 
?	Flex Plan employee assistance program 
?	401(k) savings plan 

The position is for persons willing to join a dynamic team of software
developers working in the ISS R&D department and involved in designing
and developing software utilized in the latest ISS medical
The ideal candidates have a BS/MS degree in computer science - although
other degrees qualify as well ? and experience in software development
using C and C++ languages in Microsoft Windows operating system. 
Preference will be given to candidates who are familiar with other
programming languages (Python, Java).

ISS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Please send your resume to: ISS
PO Box 6930, Champaign, IL 61826-6930 or by email, to iss@xxxxxxxx


Title: Embedded Software Engineer
Company: Quantum Data Inc.
Contact: Craig Bezek <eng3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
Hiring for: Full-time  
Are you interested in working in a collaborative engineering environment
developing leading edge test equipment?  If so, please consider Quantum
Data (www.quantumdata.com).  QD is a growing, profitable, 28 person
company that is a leader in test equipment for High Definition
Television, computer displays, and other multimedia devices.

POSITION:  Individual will develop real time object oriented software to
run on PowerPC and PC based platforms running under VxWorks and Linux. 
The software engineer will work closely with hardware engineers to
control custom FPGA hardware and high speed interface chips.

1.	A passion for creating technology based products.
2.	Solid understanding and use of object oriented programming in C++ and
3.	Experience with multithreaded operating systems.
4.	Familiar with electronic hardware.
5.	Excellent teamwork/people skills.
6.	Good written and oral communications skills.
7.	Ability and interest to quickly learn new technologies and skills.

If interested, please forward your resume to eng3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Title: Math/Science Teacher
Company: Teach for America
Contact: Sara Kaufman <sara.kaufman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > 
Hiring for: Full-time  
In Chicago, 600 schools serve 431,000 students. 
Approximately half of the students who enter Chicago Public Schools will
graduate, and only one third of these graduates will then enroll in a
4-year college the following year.
 This inequity is our nation's greatest injustice. Come learn how Teach
For America alumni helped solve this problem in their classrooms and how
they are now using their Teach For America experiences to enhance their
impact in business, science and law
Teach For America Alumni Panel
When: Monday, October 29th at 6:00 pm
Where: English Building Room 160
What: A panel of former corps members who are pursuing careers in
business, science and law
        Max Barry: Before joining the Washington DC corps, Max attended
the University of Pennsylvania and majored in Management Information
Systems. Following the corps, he received his MBA from the Kellogg
School at Northwestern University and now works at Boston Consulting
Group (BCG) as an associate consultant
        Greg Scott: Before joining the Rio Grande Valley corps in 2004,
Greg attended Davidson College and majored in Chemistry. Since
completing his corps commitment, Greg has come to University of Illinois
to pursue a PhD in Chemistry
        Brandon Loggins: Before joining the Mississippi Delta corps in
2005, Brandon attended the University of Illinois where he majored in
Political Science and was very involved in student government. Since
completing his two year commitment, Brandon has returned to University
of Illinois to pursue a law degree
        Joanna Burton: Before joining the DC corps in 1994, Joanna
attended the University of Chicago where she majored in linguistics.
Since finishing the corps, Joanna has received a masters and is
currently at the University of Illinois pursuing an MD/PhD in health
Questions : Contact Sara Kaufman at sara.kaufman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Full salaries and benefits. All academic majors. 
Application Deadlines: 
November 2, 2007 
January 4, 2008 
February 15, 2008 


Title: GUI Programming
Company: UIUC
Contact: Mahsa Kamali <mahsa.kamali@xxxxxxxxx> 
Hiring for:  Part-time 
Imediate Need : GUI Hourly Programmer

Prof. Nahrstedt's group is looking for a programmer to write a clean
user interface with our desired options for a choreography software. The
program already has a user interface which needs some items to be added
and some cleanup. The applicant should be familiar with VC++ and knowing
OpenGL is a plus.

If you are interested in this position please contact Mahsa Kamali
"mkamali2 at uiuc.edu

The compensation is based on the individual qualification of the