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||3QC is a professional company with a passion for excellence and quality in building design, construction and operations. We provide building commissioning services to a variety of clients, from airports to schools, retail developers to hospitals. Commissioning is a quality assurance process intended to ensure that the owner receives a completed project that functions according to the expected intent. This process occurs through design, construction, and occupancy. We specialize in commissioning projects with sustainable design requirements and often assist our clients in receiving CHPS, LEED, and other "green" certifications. 3QC also provides additional construction and design support through energy audits, thermography, and labor compliance monitoring. Visit 3QCinc.com
||Commissioning Provider / Building Engineer
||Commissioning providers are part of a team that supports a client's building intent through the design, construction, and occupancy process. Responsibilities include:
-Provide building systems quality assurance to the design and construction industry by working with the project owners to develop the requirements for the HVAC, lighting and other building systems.
-Work with the A/E staff to ensure the owner's requirements are clearly incorporated into the plans, specifications and other related documents.
-Review plans, specs and other documents to ensure they include all required information necessary for the contractor to purchase the correct equipment and install the equipment properly.
-Prepare a commissioning plan that guides the A/E and Contractors through each project phase.
||Many of our employees are licensed engineers with experience in construction or construction management. In a college graduate, we would expect at least academic experience in engineering and/or construction management. Practical experience is a great incentive.
||Full-Time, Part-Time, Internship
||Construction Management, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology
|Advanced Home Health and Hospice Inc.
||We are a state-of-the-art home health and hospice agency serving the needs of our community.
||Home health and hospice
||active CA license required
||Full-Time, Part-Time, Student Employment (Campus Hiring), Internship, Volunteer
|Advantage Sales and Marketing
||We are a national organization offering full line Sales and Marketing services and products in the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry.
||Retail Sales Merchandiser Development
||Provide Sales & Marketing activities and functions in a designated geographic territory calling on retail customers.
||4 year degree
||Communication Studies, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Leadership and Policy Studies, EDUCATION, UNDECLARED MAJOR
||We just acquired one of our largest competitors Rocketdyne to now become Aerojet Rocketdyne, a 5000+ employee company located in 16 locations with its headquarters in Sacramento, CA.
At Aerojet Rocketdyne we not only further the exploration of space, but we foster a work environment that allows you to make a significant impact and advance your career.
Looking for a career where you can make a meaningful contribution to groundbreaking aerospace and defense projects? There is no better place to find one than at Aerojet Rocketdyne.
||ASSOCIATE ENGINEER (Sacramento, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Redmond, WA; Gainesville, VA; West Palm Beach, FL)
||Types of Engineer Positions include: Analysis, Component Design, Controls, Electrical, Software, Systems, Materials, Manufacturing, and Test.
Participates with engineering teams in the successful planning, design, development and qualification of rocket propulsion systems (spacecraft, launch vehicle, and missile applications). These products include solid, liquid and electric propulsion rocket motors and engines. Engineers perform a variety of tasks including basic calculations, laboratory support work, interface with customers and with other internal organizations within engineering, manufacturing, quality and test. Will be expected to perform engineering analysis as required in support of trade studies and programs. Assist in preparation of reports, presentations and documentation.
||B.S., M.S., or PhD in Engineering (Aeronautical, Electrical, Mechanical, Manufacturing, Material Science, Software, Systems Engineering) or related discipline. Specific coursework/emphasis related to our functional engineering areas: Analysis, Design, Ballistics, Systems Engineering, Control Systems, Electrical, Turbomachinery, Materials, etc. Demonstrated strong written and oral communication skills required. Ability to obtain and maintain a secret clearance.
||Accountancy, Chemistry, Computer Engineering, Finance, Environmental Studies, General Management, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology, MIS
||Alliance IT is a high-growth information technology company based in the Silicon Valley. We partner with an extensive network of vendors and contractors to offer a range of IT services to our customers across the United States. Alliance IT offers IT infrastructure and operations management services, application hosting, security assessment, systems integration and IT consulting, apart from assisting your IT team procure the right hardware and software to suit your business needs.
||Java Developer, UI Developer, ETL/Informatica Developer, OBIEE Developer
Responsible for the design, code development, unit & integration testing. Will be responsible for Java/J2EE application development in Web and back end code. Assist in the system planning, scheduling and implementation.
UI Developer: Developing, testing, and deploying Web UI Applications.
1 (or more) years of core Informatica development experience.
Participate in the design, build, release and deployment procedures.
Develop and maintain the database solutions for the release and deployment between enterprise environments.
||JOB REQUIRED SKILLS
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or similar. Advanced degree preferred but not required.
Ability to work efficiently both in a team environment and alone and unsupervised.
Possess strong Technical, Analytical and Problem-solving skills.
Knowledge of Java/J2EE (Core java, JSP, Servlets, EJB), ETL/Informatica, OBIEE technologies
||Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering
|Altec Inc (Western)
Altec Inc., founded in 1929, is a privately held company headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama.
Altec specializes in the manufacture, sale and service of aerial devices, digger derricks, cranes and specialty equipment for the electric utility, telecommunications, tree care, construction, and light and sign maintenance industries in more than 120 countries.
At Altec, advanced technology efforts are aimed, without exception, at helping customers work “Safer and Smarter.” Altec invests more resources than any other manufacturer in the advancement of safety, reliability, uptime and low cost of ownership.
||MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: (Others may be assigned)
♦Using standard operating procedures, established engineering processes and basic calculations, successfully complete in an efficient and timely manner routine engineering assignments that may include research, testing, design and development.
♦Develop the ability and demonstrate the initiative, to complete tasks in a manner requiring less direct and immediate supervision that would be required in the initial phases of the Associate Engineer’s employment.
♦Apply engineering procedures and calculations to develop solutions to problems requiring some minor level of innovation.
♦With technical guidance from more senior engineers, gather and evaluate engineering data in order to apply knowledge to relevant assignments.
||EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
♦Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering required.
♦EIT registration or ability to obtain registration required.
♦Good analytical, verbal and written skills required.
|American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
||The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) works with elected officials to make cancer a top national priority.
||ACS CAN is seeking intern candidates who have a desired to learn about grassroots advocacy. They will have the opportunity to shadow Advocacy Staff in Downtown Sacramento and learn how a large nationwide non-profit organization operates.
||Must be a current student that has completed at least one year of college/coursework.
Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
||AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) is a 10 month long, team-based and residential program in which the participants do community service across the US. FEMA Corps is a division of NCCC focused on Emergency Management. Both programs are currently accepting applications. Members receive room & board, an education award of $5,550 upon successful completion of the program, a living allowance to cover expenses, travel, healthcare, training in a variety of skills, and more.
||Corps Member and Team Leader
||Our Members make up a diverse Corps. Dedicating 10 months to full-time national service, they travel around the country completing several service projects with a team of 8-12 Members. Members are all 18-24 years old.
Each team has one Team Leader, who is responsible for the well-being and supervision of the team of 18-24 year olds. Team Leaders can be any age 18 & over-- there is no maximum age limit.
||Corps Members should be open-minded and dedicated to national and community service. There is no minimum education or experience needed.
Team Leaders should possess strong leadership, organizational, and communication skills and be able to manage a team of diverse individuals with different levels of maturity and education.
||Full-Time, Volunteer, Seasonal/Temporary
||All Majors, Recreation, Tourism, & Parks Administration
|Aspire Public Schools/Aspire Teacher Residency
||Aspire Public Schools, California’s top-performing large, high-poverty school system, changes the odds for low-income students. Aspire educates over 13,000 students in 37 schools in throughout California and Memphis, TN and makes a promise to every single Aspire student: College for Certain. Over the past four years, nearly 100% of Aspire’s seniors graduated with admission to a four-year college or university.
||Various K-12 positions are available at Aspire's schools in Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto, Oakland, East Palo Alto, and Los Angeles. Learn more at www.aspirepublicschools.org.
||Bristol Hospice provides a special type of care for the terminally ill, their families and caregivers. We offer an inter-disciplinary team approach to quality, compassionate care that focuses on the medical, emotional, psycho-social and spiritual needs of our patients and their families.
Patient Volunteers/ Interns provide companionship to our hospice patients and families. Business Volunteers/Interns provide administrative support in the business office.
||Provide companionship and support to hospice patients and families.
||Driver's license and current car insurance.
Training and medical screening/drug testing provided and required.
||Buckle operates over 450 stores in 43 states. The key to Buckle’s consistent growth is the talent and dedication of its 8,000+ teammates working together with the primary focus on its mission – TO CREATE THE MOST ENJOYABLE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE POSSIBLE FOR OUR GUESTS. Exceeding $1 billion in sales, Buckle has grown to become one of America’s favorite denim destinations.
||Sales & Management Internship
||It’s often said that experience is life’s best teacher, and as a Buckle Intern, you’ll get exactly that—a challenging, hands-on retail experience. You can earn college credits while being exposed to different areas of our business—from sales and store merchandising to hiring and store operations. By working as a valuable member of the sales team, you’ll gain an understanding of how the business works and what it takes to excel. This three to four month position provides you with the unique opportunity to expand your knowledge of the retail industry and determine whether you’d like to further pursue a career with Buckle in retail management.
||Skills Required: Excellent communication skills, an interest in fashion, an open-minded, outgoing personality, and enthusiasm.
College sophomores, juniors or seniors preferred.
||Full-Time, Part-Time, Internship
||Entrepreneurship, General Communication, General Management, Human Resources/Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Organizational Communication
|CA Franchise Tax Board
||The Franchise Tax Board (FTB) is a recognized leader in state government and is known worldwide as a model tax agency at the forefront of public service, audit, collections, disbursement and technology. In addition to administering California's personal income and corporation tax law, elected officials have entrusted FTB to collect delinquent court-ordered debts and amounts due to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
||FTB can provide you with great opportunities in all areas, including information technology, accounting, audits, communications, collections and automation.
||Vary per position
||Accountancy, AIS, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Economics, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Mathematics and Statistics
|CA Office of State Audits and Evaluations
||We perform a variety of professional services including financial and performance audits, program evaluations, and risk and control consultations. The audits and evaluations cover financial statements; contracts and grants; internal controls; computer-based systems; program economy, efficiency, and effectiveness; and program operations. We operate in accordance with applicable audit standards, including those promulgated by the federal Government Accountability Office, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Institute of Internal Auditors. We also offer CPA qualifying experience.
||Financial and Performance Evaluator I
||FPE I is the entry and first working level in the series. Under supervision, incumbents assist in the planning, data gathering, analytical and consultative duties associated with most assignments. Incumbents conclude and report as to the adequacy, completeness, and accuracy of financial data and/or other work products. Incumbents may also independently perform smaller or less complex assignments and/or assist in the completion of a segment of a larger or more complex assignment.
||An undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited institution and completion of a minimum of 12 semester units in accounting (excluding accounting courses in tax, real estate, human resources, report writing, and marketing). These courses can be taken at either undergraduate or graduate levels.
||Accountancy, Finance, MBA
|CA State Auditor
||The California State Auditor is seeking career minded individuals with degrees in accounting, business, finance, economics, or MPA/MPP/MBA/JD graduate degrees. Candidates must have strong analytical and writing skills and a desire to be challenged to join our team in Sacramento. We examine problems/issues/alleged mismanagement, and report our findings and recommendations to the Joint Legislative Audit Committee. We conduct financial audits, performance audits, and investigations.
We offer a competitive salary and bonus program, an outstanding benefits package, and an office environment that supports a balanced lifestyle.
||Auditor Evaluator I
||Auditor evaluators gather and document audit evidence; observe and document agency procedures and practices; interview personnel at all levels of agencies; obtain relevant program information and statistical data through manual or computer-assisted techniques; develop information through statistical sampling and quantitative analysis; prepare work papers to document work performed and to provide the basis for findings and recommendations; prepare written reports; draw conclusions and develop feasible and cost-effective recommendations; and present audit-related information at meetings and conferences with the California State Auditor and audited entities, the Legislature, and other interested parties.
||The California State Auditor is seeking career minded individuals with degrees in accounting, business, finance, economics, or MPA/MPP/MBA/JD graduate degrees. Candidates must have strong analytical and writing skills and a desire to be challenged to join our team in Sacramento.
||Accountancy, Economics, Finance, MBA
|CA State Board of Equalization
||State of California tax programs administered by the Board of Equalization are concentrated in four general areas: sales and use taxes, property taxes, special taxes and the tax appellate program. In 2010-11, BOE-administered taxes and fees produced $53.7 billion to provide essential services for the people of California. BOE administered programs provided approximately 34 percent of the annual revenue for state government and $9.1 billion in funding for local governments from local and district sales and use taxes.
||Business Taxes Representative
||Please read the bulletin at: http://www.calhr.ca.gov/state-hr-professionals/pages/8690.aspx
||Visit this webiste: http://www.calhr.ca.gov/state-hr-professionals/pages/8690.aspx
||Accountancy, AIS, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Management, Human Resources/Organizational Behavior, International Business, Marketing, MBA, MIS, Operations Management, Real Estate and Land Use, Risk Management
|CA State Board of Equalization
||The Board of Equalization (BOE) collects California state sales and use tax, as well as fuel, alcohol, and tobacco taxes and fees that provide revenue for state government and essential funding for counties, cities, and special districts. Within BOE, Technology Services Department (TSD) is responsible for the computer systems and technology infrastructure that supports the BOE’s tax programs and administrative functions. TSD provides a full spectrum of information technology (IT) services and support through its three major subdivisions.
||Programmer Analyst and Information Systems Analyst
||Programmer Analyst: Developing methods of applying information technology to the solution of problems; to develop and implement complex programs to achieve desired results; to act as leadperson or supervisor over technical personnel; and to do other related work.
Information Systems Analyst: Duties supporting information technology systems, such as microcomputers, multifunction automated office systems, and teleprocessing networks and/or systems. Develop solutions using information technology methods; conduct feasibility studies; act as project managers over information technology system projects; work on analysis and support of multifunction office systems; provide information center services and information technology syste
Equivalent to graduation from a recognized college or university with a minimum of 24�semester or 36 quarter units in information technology-related coursework.
Information Systems Analyst:
Completion of at least 60 semester or 90 quarter units at a recognized college or university, of which 12 semester or 18 quarter units are comprised of information technology-related coursework.
|California Department of Social Services
||The mission of the California Department of Social Services is to serve, aid and protect needy and vulnerable children and adults in ways that strengthen and preserve families, encourage personal responsibility and foster independence.
||Licensed Program Analyst
||Under supervision, incumbents may perform the more routine technical work associated with the licensing and evaluation of community care facilities; respond to complaints, appeals, and inquiries; and conduct investigations. Incumbents may be required to independently conduct the more complex and sensitive evaluations and investigations; may be responsible for implementing and coordinating orientation and training for license applicants, members of organized associations, or other staff; may serve as members of task forces or study teams to analyze divisional organization policies and intra-divisional administrative problems; and may act in a lead capacity over a small group of Licensing Program Analysts.
||Possession of a valid drivers license issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Graduation from college with any major, but preferably with specialization in public or business administration, accounting, economics, political or social science, or law. Registration as a senior in a recognized institution must produce evidence of graduation or its equivalent. Work experience in the California state service may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.
||Full-Time, Part-Time, Student Employment (Campus Hiring), Volunteer, Seasonal/Temporary
||Criminal Justice, Government, SOCIAL SCIENCE & INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES, UNDECLARED MAJOR
|California Energy Commission
||The California Energy Commission is the state's primary energy policy and planning agency. Created by the Legislature in 1974 and located in Sacramento, six basic responsibilities guide the Energy Commission as it sets state energy policy:
Forecasting future energy needs;
Promoting energy efficiency and conservation by setting the state's appliance and building efficiency standards;
Supporting public interest energy research that advances energy science and technology through research, development and demonstration programs;
Developing renewable energy resources and alternative renewable energy technologies for buildings, industry and transportation;
Licensing thermal power plants 50 megawatts or larger;
Planning for and directing state response to energy emergencies
||The class of Energy Analyst is a recruiting and development class for persons qualified to perform analytical work on one or more aspects in a broad range of energy areas as a background for advancement in the field of energy. Incumbents are assigned duties and responsibilities commensurate with their background and training.
An Energy Analyst studies the principles and techniques of the area of work to which assigned and, under supervision, applies them; participates in analytical studies of energy conservation, forecasting, research, siting, planning, or assessment; gathers, tabulates and analyzes data; interviews and consults with management, employees and others to give and secure necessary information; prepares reports and makes recommendations on procedures, and policies.
||Equivalent to graduation from college with a major in ecology, energy, environment, energy economics, statistics, operations research, planning, land use, engineering, geology, physical or biological science, or a closely related energy field. (Registration as a senior in a recognized institution will admit applicants to the examination, but they must produce evidence of graduation or its equivalent before they can be considered eligible for appointment.)
||Anthropology, Economics, ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE, NATURAL SCIENCE & MATH
|Capitol Autism Services
||Capitol Autism Services provides educational and behavioral services for children diagnosed with autism and related developmental disorders, ages 18 months through 18 years, through a variety of home based programs to meet the spectrum of needs of the child and family.
Based on a positive programming philosophy and applied behavioral framework, we assess the child’s unique strengths and abilities to develop individualized programs, targeting meaningful skills across critical domain skill areas. Emphasis is placed on the inclusion of parents and support in the development of abilities to promote generalization of learned skills across a variety of environments within daily living activities.
We believe in a team approach to meet the goals of the individuals and families.
||Provide In-home ABA therapy to children with Autism.
||- HS Diploma
-Fingerprint and TB Clearance
- Availability in the afternoons/evenings
|Central Intelligence Agency
||The CIA is an independent agency responsible for providing national security intelligence to senior US policymakers. We are the eyes and ears of the nation and, at times, its hidden hand. We accomplish our mission by collecting intelligence that matters; providing relevant, timely and objective all-source analysis; and, conducting covert action at the direction of the President to preempt threats or achieve US policy objectives.
The CIA carefully selects well-qualified people in nearly all fields of study. International relations, science, engineering, economics, foreign languages, mathematics, accounting and computer specialists are but a few of the professionals continually in demand. All applicants must have US citizenship and complete an extensive clearance check.
||CIA Undergraduate Internship Program - Analysis
||Our undergraduate internship program seeks motivated undergraduate students to serve internships in the analytic offices and centers of CIA's Directorate of Intelligence. Undergraduate interns work on teams with our full-time analysts. They research, analyze, write, and brief on international political, military, economic, scientific, technical, and leadership developments. In addition to their analytic responsibilities, undergraduate interns become familiar with the Agency and Intelligence Community by participating in a range of meetings and projects. The program allows participants and the Agency to assess opportunities for a graduate studies internship or permanent employment following the participant's completion of undergraduate school.
||We are looking for students with a variety of majors, including international affairs, area studies, economics, geography, physical sciences, or engineering. Students selected for this program must have completed one full year of undergraduate school and be continuing school on a fulltime basis following this assignment. Interns generally are required to work either a combination of one semester and one summer internship or two 90-day summer internships. A GPA of 3.0 or b