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Looking for Rock Stars

April 19, 2012

I need to get out more. This image is a visual representation of my LinkedIn network. That big blue blob represents all my Kronos connections. Yeah, scary, like being on the floor at a rock show that’s just a little too crowded. Anyway, you can map your own LinkedIn network using their cool and relatively unknown tool, Inmaps, but before you do, ask yourself these questions:

  • Do I have a job?
  • Do I like it?
  • Would I like a better one?
  • Should I be screwing around with Inmaps when I could be sending my resume to Leo for a shot at one of these?

Kronos Open Positions:

  • Sr. Manager/Director Performance Engineering (Chelmsford)
  • Sr. Manager/Director, SQA (Chelmsford)
  • Sales Executive/Manager/Director roles (CA-Pleasanton, Chicago, Detroit, Dallas)
  • Data Warehouse/BI Architect (Chelmsford)
  • Data Warehouse/BI Developer (Chelmsford)
  • HP Data Protector Specialist (Chelmsford)
  • Marketing Program Manager (Chelmsford)
  • Sr. Java Software Engineer (Federal)
  • Sr. SW Engineer (Montreal)
  • Engineering Program Manager (Montreal)
  • Managed Services – Business Development (UK)
  • Manager, Software Quality Assurance (Montreal)
  • Manager, Software Development (Chelmsford)
  • Presales Consultants (Chicago, Chelmsford)
  • Project Managers (Services – Remote – Home Office)
  • Practice Managers/Directors (Indy – Remote – Home Office)
  • Solution Consultants (Remote – Home Office)
  • Network Engineers (Chelmsford)
  • Java Developers (Chelmsford)
  • Software QA Developers (Montreal)
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