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I studied Commerce and computers from Osmania University precisely bhavans vivekanada college one of the top colleges in India .. I am a Nigerian so I have just completed the compulsory one year government youth service program.. A job is proving so difficult to find.. any good entry level jobs available around you, help me out.. I have also done ITIL V3 foundation, PRINCE2 foundation and practitioner, pmp training, and six sigma training too up till green belt.. I need a job.. someone should help me out. . thank you

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A global industry leader with tremendous growth opportunities is looking for an experienced, hands on recruiter to generate competitive candidate intel for targeted niche positions as needed in support of the company’s multi-site hiring goals. This is an exciting opportunity in the Dayton, Ohio area for anyone with full-cycle recruitment experience in direct sourcing, staffing, candidate intel research activities and tracking of recruiting metrics. 

The Recruiter will be responsible for all components of the recruiting cycle including assembling a pipeline of talent for open and future positions, screening applicants, scheduling and conducting interviews, conducting reference checks, running background checks, and evaluating applicant qualifications. 

The ideal candidate will be driven and energetic, experienced with fast-paced technology companies and rigorous hiring environments. He or she will have previously worked in a global recruiting role, have a strong sourcing background and be excited by the opportunity to work across the many positions associated with our technical markets which range from daily administrative and operations roles, sales, engineering, product management,  business development and strategic leadership roles.  

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Xylem Analytics offers exciting opportunities to pursue career paths that are diverse, challenging and rewarding and is searching for business leaders to own the marketing strategy for two of our global market segments. The Market Segment Leader, Ocean and Coastal and Surface Water, will develop and drive high impact growth initiatives designed to 1) grow organic segment sales at 2X market rates and 2) expand sales inorganically through strategic acquisitions. The Leader will develop a multiyear strategy designed to achieve growth goals and position Analytics as the market leader in the market.   The Leader must have a broad understanding of the present industry which monitors surface water flow and/or quality and be able to identify trends and opportunities for growth. For more information on this global opportunity and other exciting opportunities visit or contact Stephanie Jones at 979-690-5533.


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Are you on LinkedIn? If not you really should be. Many employers check it for applicant's references and interactions. 

If you are still putting off joining LinkedIn, now is the time to dive in. The following mistakes are fairly common, so if you want to stand out from the crowd be sure to avoid them.

1.Don’t Dismiss LinkedIn as Something Only for People Who Are Looking For a New Job. The best time to build your LinkedIn profile, connect with people, and participate on LinkedIn is now, before you need it. If you find yourself suddenly unemployed and decide that now is the time to start using LinkedIn, you’re going to be playing catch up. Instead, take time to “dig your well before you’re thirsty,” as author Harvey Mackay says.

2.Don’t “Set it and Forget It.” Your LinkedIn profile is an evolving snapshot of you. You should be updating it regularly with new connections, status updates, and activity (within LinkedIn Groups and LinkedIn Answers, in particular).

3.Don’t Ignore It. Check in on LinkedIn regularly; at least every other day if you are in active job search mode; at least once a week for passive jobseekers. Plan on adding one new status update each time you log in.

I get deeper into this topic at my career blog :

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