Tech Jobs Roundup

GE Hires; Cisco, Broadcom Face Layoffs

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring Six tech companies have formed a nanotechnology hub in upstate New York, which will create 1,000 high-tech jobs. The six companies that are part of the new center at the SUNY Institute of Technology near Utica, N.Y., include Advanced Nanotechnology Solutions, SEMATECH, Atotech, IBM, Lam Research and Tokyo Electron. [Dice News] General Electric, driven by greater-than-expected sales, plans to hire more programmers and engineers than it had… continue…

Apple Recruits Power Engineers; Lenovo Trims Workforce

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. HIRING Rabid about improving the battery life on its devices, Apple is looking to hire a software power infrastructure engineer and a software power engineer to work on OS X. Both positions will be based in Cupertino, Calif. [AppleInsider] CA Technologies is hiring more than 100 people locally for the company’s Santa Clara, Calif., office. The company currently has 271 full-time employees there and plans to bring… continue…

Ford Hiring in Software; Autodesk Cutting Workforce

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring Ford is speeding along in its hiring plans for 2013, boosting its goal to 3,000 salaried workers. The automaker is seeking 160 software engineers for its IT department and roughly 1,000 software engineers for product development. Most of the positions will be based in Dearborn, Mich. [Dice News] ChenMed, a healthcare clinic, has opened a new technology development operation in New Orleans as part of an… continue…

Brocade and Rhapsody Cut Jobs; Sporting Innovations Hires

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring Kansas City startup Sporting Innovations plans to add 60 jobs over the next 12 to 14 months. The company is looking for iOS, Android and Web developers, cloud systems engineers and user experience designers. [Dice News] Collaboration software developer Atlassian will increase its San Francisco IT team by 50 percent over the next year. The company, which operates dual headquarters in San Francisco and Australia, plans… continue…

Tech Jobs: Hiring at Citrix, Knowledge Services and More

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. HIRING Cloud computing company Citrix Systems is expanding its Fort Lauderdale, Fla., office and plans to add 200 jobs in the next three years. The company currently has 1,600 workers at the location. [Sun Sentinel] Consulting firm Knowledge Services will add as many as 400 workers to its Indianapolis office by 2018. The additional employees will bring the total headcount there to 715. Currently, the company employs… continue…

Tech Jobs: Life360, AppRiver Are Hiring

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. HIRING Life360 is in the process of bumping up its startup workforce to 40 people from 32 at its San Francisco headquarters, following a $10 million venture funding round. The family location and communications app plans to hire mostly engineering and product specialists. [Dice News] AppRiver is building an office in Austin, Texas, where the email and Web security vendor plans to mine the area’s talent for… continue…

Tech Jobs: Red Hat, Seagate Are Hiring

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. HIRING Fueled by growth of its open hybrid cloud solutions, Red Hat continues to expand in North Carolina and Massachusetts. It is seeking IT professionals in software engineering and technical support.  [Dice News] Seagate may be poised to hire an additional 100 people, despite a steep drop in fiscal fourth quarter revenues and net income, according to published reports. The company, however, noted that it was too… continue…

Tech Jobs: Yahoo, Zadara Storage Hire in Silicon Valley

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. HIRING American Eagle is hiring 100 engineering and Dev Ops people for its new San Francisco office. The clothing retailer is particularly interested in platform Java engineers with AGT experience. It’s also looking for UI engineers skilled in HTML, CSS, custom Javascript and Ruby. [Dice News] Yahoo Labs will hire 20 researchers by the end of December, building on the 30 Ph.D.s it’s already added this year.… continue…

Tech Jobs: Ford, Bristol-Myers Squibb Add in IT

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. HIRING Automotive giant Ford plans to hire 800 salaried workers this year, with roughly 80 percent of them going to engineers and other IT specialists. Most of the positions will be based in Michigan. [Dice News] Bristol-Myers Squibb is consolidating its internal services at a new center in Tampa, Fla. The facility is expected to open in January. It will be staffed with 250 workers who’ll support… continue…

Tech Jobs: Athenahealth, GoDaddy, Tripobox

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Our weekly snapshot of tech jobs: Who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. HIRING Cloud-based health information technology company athenahealth is planning to hire 1,900 new employees over the next 10 years at its newly purchased Watertown, Mass., office. [Dice News] GoDaddy will open a new Sunnyvale, Calif., office for its expanding Web hosting business. Meanwhile, the company wants to hire an additional 100 tech professionals across the country, ranging from Web engineers in Silicon Valley to network… continue…