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Old 10th October 2016, 11:23   #2251
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Thanks for your answer hserus. She is selected for automation testing only. We are not too concerned about the remuneration but need a stable work environment over the next three years and hence looking for a company which provides a good work environment along with good career growth. She is a dilemma now having multiple offers but looking at CTS and capgemini with Wipro in the mix. She currently has 3.6 years experience and has got a senior QA role in all the companies.
My cousin recently moved from Capgemini to CTS but at a managerial level and he has only good things to say about the latter, and not so much about the former. This is mainly with respect to work culture, employee friendliness and so on. Not sure if that is limited to the higher levels or is the same with the technical roles as well.
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Old 18th October 2016, 18:40   #2252
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Some openings in my company

Location : Chennai

Technology Support Specialist.

Informatica:

Experience in informatica and PL/SQL
Good knowledge of dataware housingand ETL
Excellent verbal and communication skill
Experience : Minimum 24 months
Willing to work in 24X7 shift
Qualification : Any graduate 10+2+3 years education
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Automation Testing

Automation testing experience only required
QTP is also mandatory
Experience : Minimum 24 months
Willing to work in 24X7 shift
Qualification : Any graduate 10+2+3 years education
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PL/SQL

Experience in PL/SQL
Excellent verbal and communication skills
Experience : Minimum 24 months
Willing to work in 24X7 shift
Qualification : Any graduate 10+2+3 years education
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Old 18th October 2016, 18:48   #2253
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Openings for VBA developer

Location: Bangalore

Responsibilities & Activities Description

>Participate in business requirement discussion with different Ops team
>Document business requirements
>VBA applications,- Develop Excel Macros , Excel/Access based VB script apps
>Testing of Macros and other tools
>Provide support on Ops floor once tools are deployed

Skills

Good understanding of VBA /Excel Macros and VBA scripts
Good understanding of client server architecture
Good analytical skills
Good written skills
Good knowledge in RDBMS-Access/SQL/Oracle
.net would be an added advantage.

Education and Experience

Minimum : 1+ years
Any graduate : 10+2+3 years of education
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Two openings in Bangalore. This is for a company that makes products in financial services -

.NET Developer:

2-8 years of experience in .NET
Expertise required in MS.NET 3.5 or above, ASP, ASP.NET, MVC, C#, JavaScript, JQuery.
Expertise in database related development of SQL Server 2008/12/14.

Java Developer:

3-9 years of experience in Java/J2EE.
JBoss Application Server, Apache Web Server
J2EE and Struts 1.x and higher.
Relational Database Operations (Sybase, Oracle, MSSQL or MySQL)

Please PM me if you are interested.
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Old 21st October 2016, 19:33   #2255
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Technology Support Specialist- UI developer
Job location : Chennai


•Complete familiarity with web technologies such as HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript
•Minimum project experience of 3 years in RWD Angular.JS, JavaScript/jQuery frameworks like bootstrap, boilerplate, foundation.
•Minimum 1 year experience in Angular JS project
•Working knowledge of OOPs in JS frameworks
•Ability to convert the UI designs in to fully-functional interactive prototypes
•Awareness of UI design tools like Photoshop and Flash
•Ability to create Wireframes is an added advantage
•Awareness of UI development principles and best practices
•Understanding of cross-browser compatibility and accessibility standards (W3C Guidelines)
•Ability to work with development teams and provide UI support
•Good presentation and excellent communication skills
•Team player with strong analytical and problem solving skills

Qualification
Any graduate with minimum 10+2+3 or regular education
Flexible to work in shifts
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Please do let me know if there are any openings in Marketing Consulting/Business Analysis/Consumer Insights space in Bangalore/Pune?
Thanks in advance
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Hello everyone!

I'm urgently in need of employment after I had to quit from a very toxic work environment.

I have one year experience in Electrical Engineering. I'm looking for jobs in any Hardware Engineering field.

I'm open to even internships.

Please let me know if you want to see my Resume/CV.
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I have a paid opportunity for one hour phone consult.

Requirement is for a very experienced senior person with IT projects experience in higher education industry or someone from higher education industry who is an IT decision maker.

Interested folks please PM me.
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Wanted: Japanese interpretor.
Location: Gurugram

Interview Location: Pune on 12-Nov

Pls PM me with mail id. I will forward the link to upload CV & further steps.
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Recently I got a mail from Amazon regarding an opening as a Cloud Support Associate. Apart from the salary offered, there was nothing else that was attractive compared to what I am currently doing But, just for curiosity's sake, I wanted to know how things work in that side of the world. Read the job description and its mostly IT related requirements. But more than that, I want to know how an average day in such a position goes, and what the person does. Moreover, why a seven digit package compared to the six digit figures that other companies usually give for entry level jobs?
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@audioholic:

Re: salary at Amazon. I've heard that the upfront sign-on package is usually high but increments not so much (in comparison with Silicon-valley VC funded start-ups in BLR).

Re: work environment at Amazon India - I've not heard great things about it. An ex-colleague who joined there (SDE role) recently quit after being there for only a year.
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Recently I got a mail from Amazon regarding an opening as a Cloud Support Associate. Apart from the salary offered, there was nothing else that was attractive compared to what I am currently doing But, just for curiosity's sake, I wanted to know how things work in that side of the world. Read the job description and its mostly IT related requirements. But more than that, I want to know how an average day in such a position goes, and what the person does. Moreover, why a seven digit package compared to the six digit figures that other companies usually give for entry level jobs?
Did you get the offer or just an interview call?
If you have not got the offer yet, I would suggest attend the interview. Amazon interviews are conducted with a lot of thought and you will probably learn a thing o two in the process.

I may not be the best person to answer this considering I joined Amazon only a couple of weeks back as SDM. In my 15+ years of experience, I have not seen such a chaotic work environment. It's like a 1000 startups under one umbrella where one startup has dependency on another 10-15 startups...Plus there is hardly any development process to speak about. Some teams do this, some teams do that ..whatever works! All they care about is getting things done fast and keep the lights on. If something doesn't work, rollback and fix, no issues.

I have one support engineer in my team ... so whether you would be interested depends on what you want to do. She mainly does monitor the defects queue, tryies to fix them if possible before passing on to the development team for help plus some configuration and fleet management (number of hosts etc etc) .But, many support engineers (SEs) have the opportunity to transition to Software development engineer(SDE) if they perform well ..normally they are given some development opportunities if they are interested and if you can prove yourself, then you can transition to SDE. SDE salary and all is way better than SE. SO, many SEs actually make the transition. In fact, some of the best SDEs in my group were actually SEs before.

Now given the chaotic work enviornment, I am not sure how many will be interested to work in Amazon. On the positive side, you will get to work in a challenging work environment, you will get to learn a lot in a short span, and probably you will be using a variety of technologies. So, some young developer who is willing to work hard and passionate about software development - this is great platform to build your career. And yes, the pay is good. It is not uncommon for people with 3 years experience working as SDE2 getting a CTC >30 lakhs. I know many of my classmaters working as Senior managers/Associate directors in sevice companies earn that much after slogging for 15 years.

Now, the interesting part - I am looking for SDE2s for my team, people with at least 3-4 years of software development experience preferably in product development. Please send me a PM if you are interested and spread the word.
Thanks..

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Sorry for the back to back posts but just wanted to clarify that it's not that every SDE in Amazon with 3 years experience gets such high salaries but possible only for top performers.

And please PM with some good candidate references.
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@audioholic:

Re: salary at Amazon. I've heard that the upfront sign-on package is usually high but increments not so much (in comparison with Silicon-valley VC funded start-ups in BLR).

Re: work environment at Amazon India - I've not heard great things about it. An ex-colleague who joined there (SDE role) recently quit after being there for only a year.
Thanks for the feedback. Though I did not have plans on taking this up, it kind of reduces the attraction I had towards the opportunity.

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Did you get the offer or just an interview call?
If you have not got the offer yet, I would suggest attend the interview. Amazon interviews are conducted with a lot of thought and you will probably learn a thing o two in the process.

I got an interview call. Attending the interview wouldnt be possible since I was travelling abroad and currently am out of country. Maybe I would have given it a thought but since I would not have joined, it would have been a waste of time for the people depending upon how many rounds I would have cleared. Upon everything, I am not even sure how they shortlisted my profile since I have never signed up for any job portal apart from linkedin. The field of work I am currently in, and the kind of environment here is day and night compared to what you describe. Neither would I be interested in developing something for the web compared to developing something for a car now.

The pay looks very attractive like you say, but somehow I personally feel that the IT industry pays you for the amount of stress you bear. There is speak about 24/7 availability and so. In my current job its just 9/5 and that is in a very leisurely manner. Not that I am being paid less, but definitely nowhere close to what you describe.

But thanks for the description, in a few years down the line, maybe if they decide to venture into new businesses, then I know whom to PM.
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Did you get the offer or just an interview call?
If you have not got the offer yet, I would suggest attend the interview. Amazon interviews are conducted with a lot of thought and you will probably learn a thing o two in the process.

Let me describe the interview I attended with Amazon some 5 years ago.

Reached their Cunningham road office and my car was not allowed in. I had to park some 1 KM away on the road and walk.

The receptionist couldn't find the contact person and sent me to some floor where many interviews were going on. Meanwhile the interviewer was looking for me and finally the consultant had to play match maker and lead us both to the same floor.

It was a Saturday and the girl who took the first round was probably pulled in from her work to do the interview. She was least interested in my answers and was most likely debugging code in the laptop. The only positive thing was that she was honest in admitting that she had knowledge for what position I was being interviewed for.

Not the kind of impression one makes on a potential employee.
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