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Old 1st December 2015, 16:32   #2071
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My younger brother is completing his MS (Automobile) with Michigan Technological Uni. in couple of weeks.
He has internship experience with a Canadian MNC, with power train warranty test dept.

He has done his BE (Mechnical) from Mumbai Uni., and has ~ 2 year work experience in an Raymond Engineering Co.

Any leads/inputs for suitable openings in USofA are highly appreciated!

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Required for a MNC - Lead- SCM (Procurement, Logistics & Capex)

Use this link for more details & to upload your CV:
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Senior Software Developer - Java

Pls let me know if interested


Proven experience in building products or solutions using Java and J2EE technologies
Proven knowledge of Web technologies and platforms – PHP, Javascript (Dojo, Jquery), HTML, CSS, XML, Smarty, AJAX.• Demonstrable RDBMS skills - DB2, SQL Server etc.• Experience in developing in a cross-platform environment (Windows, Linux, Unix),Experience with WebSphere, Weblogic, Apache, JBoss.• Experience within an agile environment and/or Experience working in a continuous delivery model
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Old 15th December 2015, 18:16   #2074
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For freshers

Company organizing a drive for 2015 pass out.

Eligibility Criteria –
- Candidates who secured 60% & above in any one of the qualifications (10th/12th/UG/PG - but with a minimum of 50%) .
- Branches - Computer Science /Information Technology / Electronics/ Electrical / Electronics & Telecom/ MCA

Interested candidates may forward their resume to campus2015@hexaware.com by 27th Dec 2015, 4pm and report at below venue.

Venue details:
Pillai's Institute of Information Technology,Engineering,Media Studies and Research
Dr.K.M.Vasudevan Pillai's Campus,Sector 16,New Panvel,
Navi Mumbai 410206
Timing: 10:00am on 28th Dec 2015

Following are the terms and conditions :
1. 6 Months training at our office in Chennai. And on successful completion of training, will be deployed to respective projects/locations based on business requirements.
2. During the 6 months training, you will be entitled for a stipend of Rs 10,000/- pm.
3. Salary of Rs.2.5 lacs per annum after completion of 6 month’ training.
4. Candidate joining the organization will enter into a Bank Guarantee of Rs.1,00,000/- for 3 years.

Note: Referral policy is not applicable for the fresher’s drive.

Documents to be carried for interview –
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- Recent photographs - 2
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Old 15th December 2015, 18:51   #2075
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Hey guys.

I am a B.E graduate in CSE who has around 1.5 years' worth of work experience as a Software Engineer.

I am looking for roles in Operations or in Product Management.

Any insights?
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Old 15th December 2015, 19:39   #2076
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I am looking for roles in Operations or in Product Management.

Any insights?
Operations: You'll need to be more specific on your thought process. Ops is a huge umbrella, pretty much every stream you can name in a large organisation has an Ops wing. Delivery Ops, Biz Ops, Legal Ops, Finance Ops, Security Ops (Infosec, not the logistics/facilities type), HR Ops, blah blah.

You'll need to choose what suits you best, then skill yourself over a period of time. What makes it tricky is Ops knowledge isn't specific like other areas (e.g. technical subjects) and can't be taught in a classroom/workshop. Plus you'll need varied work experience before you'll be considered for operations jobs beyond the leg-work, paper-pusher type roles, because Ops are usually staffed by jack-of-all-trades folk who may not be experts at particular subjects, but have been exposed to a wide spectrum of functional areas and skills over a long(ish) period and are treasured for their practical hands-on approach and networking ability rather than pure subject matter expertise.

Speaking from personal experience, YMMV

Product Mgmt.: No first-hand exposure so will leave it to better-informed forumers to chip in with advice.

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Following positions open in Bangalore for a MNC. Use the links for JD & to upload CV.

Experience: 7+ years.

Security consultant http://rfer.us/IBEXyA1o2t
Solaris Administrator http://rfer.us/IBEi4o1o2u
IIS Administrator http://rfer.us/IBExNl1o2x
Netapps Administrator http://rfer.us/IBErfr1o2y
HP SAN Adiministrator http://rfer.us/IBEPBZ1o3T
EMC SAN Administrator http://rfer.us/IBESTH1o3R
Hitachi SAN Adiministrator http://rfer.us/IBE.1g1o3O
Linux Administrator http://rfer.us/IBE0Q11o3f
Linux Administrator http://rfer.us/IBEJEo1o3B
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Positons in Chennai.

Experience: 7+ years.
Refer to the links for JD & to upload your CV.

Linux Administrator http://rfer.us/IBEsyI1o2s
Sybase Administrator http://rfer.us/IBEVt-1o39
Infrastructure Architect http://rfer.us/IBE2Sd1o36
Netapps Administrator http://rfer.us/IBE0qj1o35
Storage Administrator-EMC SAN http://rfer.us/IBE-X81o33

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Positions in Hyderabad:

Experience : 7+ years
Refer to the links for JD & to upload your CV.

Oracle Database Administrator http://rfer.us/IBEccI1o3I
Linux Administrator http://rfer.us/IBEVnT1o3F
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I do not know if this is the correct thread for this post so if the moderators feel so, please move the post to a more appropriate thread.

I am currently contemplating exploring full time remote work options. Now I have around 10 years of IT software development experience and since I like programming, I am in the technical track (as opposed to the managerial one).

What I wanted to know was this - has anyone here explored such options or is anyone currently working with such organizations ? Any pointers will be highly appreciated. The only thing I found on the internet was this company called Crossover which offers such kind of work. Opinions and reviews are not many but those that are there are unclear to say the least.

I also wanted to know about the IT side - if I get paid say 90k USD per year, is the tax on it payable by me / are there any other tax laws that I should know about and so on.

Thanks in advance to all.
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Most large companies (especially MNCs) offer WFH fulltime as an option - but that is something you need to make a case for and justify to your manager and HR.

I have been working from home since 2001, for a HK based company and then for two MNCs in succession.

It depends on whether you want to be hired as a consultant (in which case you are responsible for all the admin / marketing / keeping the books / taxation etc side of things too!!) or as a fulltime employee of whatever (even small, skeleton sized) office the company may have in India.

It is much more of a pain if you work remotely **as an employee** for a company with zero presence in India as I did for that HK company - NOTHING is deductible in advance there (your PF is not tax deductible in India, etc etc). So in any case you will need to pay advance tax on your earnings as you would if you were to be hired as a consultant, plus can't do stuff like claim part of your electricity bill, your broadband / petrol / cellphone etc bills as business expenses.

If you are resident in India you will get taxed in India. If you go onto the US payroll of a company and they tax you there, which is doubtful as you are not resident in the USA (but possibly you might divide your time staying a few months there and a few months here, as one of my friends does between Germany / India / Singapore), then you will need to take advantage of the double tax avoidance treaties to avoid being taxed twice on your income. This is going to be a rather lucrative proposition for whatever CA you will inevitably need to engage to keep your taxes straight.

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Most large companies (especially MNCs) offer WFH fulltime as an option - This is going to be a rather lucrative proposition for whatever CA you will inevitably need to engage to keep your taxes straight.
Thanks for the quick reply.

I guess working as a consultant is the preferred way to go. Also an advantage of this might be that a consultant can tie up with multiples organizations (depending on available bandwidth of course) whereas an employee cannot work for more than one organization.
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I have considered trying my hand at that too, given that the role I am in is quite rare even within India.

You will find that local companies like certain banks etc are reluctant to pay even $100 a hour for consulting assignments they will have to fork out $250 an hour + airfare from the US for any onsite meetings, if they take the only available alternative and get consultants from the USA.

Then you have to spend time - and your own money - in hunting up new clients, getting orders etc etc.
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Operations: You'll need to be more specific on your thought process. Ops is a huge umbrella, pretty much every stream you can name in a large organisation has an Ops wing. Delivery Ops, Biz Ops, Legal Ops, Finance Ops, Security Ops (Infosec, not the logistics/facilities type), HR Ops, blah blah.
Hey Chetan,

I was specifically looking for Business Operations roles.

What is the scope for business operations?

Do they even consider B.E graduates for roles like this?

I am beginning to believe that considering I am looking for a big shift in my field of work, an MBA would be a better option.
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