Tech Jobs Roundup

Tech Jobs: More Layoffs at Symantec and HP

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring Walmart eCommerce is in the market to hire “several hundred” technologists by the end of the year in Silicon Valley. The additions come as the company plans to expand its e-commerce operations around the world and has seen tremendous growth from its online efforts. [Dice News] Coursera, the online education site based in Mountain View, Calif., will hire approximately 25 to 26 engineers and other IT… continue…

Game Companies Hire; More Layoffs at Boeing

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring Game company Kabam is reportedly seeking to hire as many as 200 employees by the end of the year, while ironically instituting a small round of layoffs. The cutbacks are a result of the company’s move toward mobile games development, an area into which other industry titans are shifting. [PocketGamer] MMORPG game creator Turbine is hiring for nearly a dozen positions in its engineering group. The… continue…

Tech Jobs: DB Global Technology, Monsanto, SpotXchange

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring DB Global Technology, a unit of Deutsche Bank AG, plans to expand its Cary, N.C., operations and add 431 jobs by the end of 2016. The expansion will focus on application development work. Currently, 250 people work in Cary for DB’s Global Technology group. [Triangle Business Journal] Monsanto will grow its Chesterfield Village Research Center in St. Louis, adding 675 jobs to the area over the… continue…

Tech Jobs: AWS Hiring in Virginia

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring Amazon Web Services plans to hire 500 people for its new office in Fairfax County, Va. The jobs will largely include solutions architects and positions in business development, sales and support, an Amazon.com spokeswoman says. The new office was established to support IT engineering and services for AWS’s commercial and government customers. [Dice News] Layoffs U.S. Cellular cut 104 positions at six of its Missouri locations… continue…

Tech Jobs: Movement – Good and Bad – in Texas

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. HIRING Technology services provider MDI Group is expanding into Austin, Texas, where it plans to hire 20 people by the end of the year. With its new Austin office, MDI will have three locations in Texas and seven nationwide. [Dice News] Energy company BP expects to more than triple the number of engineering, science and business college graduates it recruits this year. Overall, BP plans to hire approximately 900 college graduates… continue…

Tech Jobs: Hiring in Fla., Northwest; Layoffs at Northrop

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring IT services firm Mobiquity selected Gainesville, Fla., for its expansion site, where it will add 260 jobs over the next three years. The company’s mobile app development services have been growing significantly. [Dice News] Hitachi High Technologies America plans to expand in Hillsboro, Ore., nearly doubling its workforce there. The company plans to add 30 engineers to its operations, with the engineers slated to each earn more… continue…

Tech Jobs: CompuCom Hiring 100s; Cuts at TiVo, Xerox

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring CompuCom Systems, an IT consultant and outsourcer, will hire 200 tech workers over the next two years in Louisville, Ky. The company, which counts General Electric and NBCUniversal as some of its larger customers, handles network, server and storage support and is planning to add service-desk help to the mix. [Business First] Seagate Technology plans to add approximately 150 jobs to its Longmont, Colo., design center, most… continue…

Tech Jobs: Hiring in the South, a Tough Season in Games

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring IBM has begun to hire some of the 800 technology workers it plans to add over the next four years to staff its new services center in Baton Rouge, La., The IBM Services Center: Baton Rouge will provide software development and maintenance services to customers in the U.S. Specifically, workers there will handle app development and app management, as well as systems integration. [Dice News] InfusionSoft,… continue…

Tech Jobs: Engineers, Developers Sought Around U.S.

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Our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring MindBody, a software company serving the yoga industry, is expanding its San Luis Obispo, Calif., operation and is seeking upwards of 250 additional employees following a $35 million round of venture funding. The open positions include a UX director, a front-end developer and a staff software developer. [The Tribune] Tableau Software, which develops business analytics software, is ramping up hiring for its engineering groups as it… continue…

Tech Jobs Roundup: Schell Games Hiring, Cisco Cutting

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Here’s our weekly snapshot of who’s hiring and who’s firing across the IT landscape. Hiring Solutions provider Barracuda Networks plans to double the size of its Ann Arbor, Mich., development branch over three to five years. It’s aggressively hiring Linux and mobile expertise, test engineers and support staff. [Dice News] Schell Games, a Pittsburgh-based game developer, is looking for a Unity3D programmer who’s an ace in C#. It also needs a senior game producer. Schell has produced such games as… continue…