July 31, 2012
TECHEXPO Cloud East August 16th in Reston, Virginia
July 31 — As a result of the shift to the cloud, there's been an explosion of career opportunities for qualified candidates offering immense potential, career longevity and salary packages. Technology careers, the most common and ever-growing occupation in demand, has shown an abundance of openings for Software Engineers, Java Developers, Systems & Network Engineers, Websphere Cloud Computing Engineers and more.
Utilizing over twenty years of industry expertise, the producers of TECHEXPO Top Secret have designed an answer to accommodate the rapidly growing demand for cloud computing professionals. TECHEXPO Cloud East will host its inaugural hiring event for cloud computing professionals on August 16th in Reston, Virginia and plans to expand to the West Coast in 2013. Over 20 industry leaders will be on-site conducting face-to-face interviews for immediate career opportunities in the cloud.
Promotional partners supporting TECHEXPO Cloud East include: Cloud Security Alliance Metro DC Chapter (CSA-DC), ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) National Capital Chapter, Cyber Security Forum Initiative (CSFI), CloudCamp, GovEvents, Fierce Government IT, SmartBrief, Security University, Women in Homeland Security & more.
TECHEXPO Cloud East, which is free for all job seekers to attend, plans to outclass the average career fair. The hiring event will kickoff with a customized workshop, produced in collaboration with CloudCamp, which is intended to enhance the overall experience while building relationships. This "unconference" is designed to spark group discussion between job seekers and recruiters through the exchange of ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment. The workshop will allow job seekers to display a combination of skills, values, key qualities and personal attributes for potential employers that aren't always exemplified through ordinary interviews. Brian Moran, CEO • Government CIO, an early adopter and stage leader in cloud computing will be concluding the morning session with closing remarks.
Companies interviewing at TECHEXPO Cloud East include: Verizon Communications (Gold Sponsor) • ABBTECH Staffing Services • AtHoc • BIT Systems • CACI • CGI • ClearEdge IT Solutions • Convergence Technology Consulting • Enterprise Information Services, Inc. • General Dynamics Information Technology • GeoEye Analytics • Intelligent Decisions, Inc. • Northrop Grumman • Raytheon • SAIC • Sierra Nevada Corp • Solers & more.
TECHEXPO Cloud East Hiring Event • Thursday, August 16th
CloudCamp: 9am - 11am • Hiring Event: 11am - 4pm
Sheraton Reston • 11810 Sunrise Valley Drive • Reston, VA 20191
For details & to pre-register: http://www.TechExpoUSA.com
TECHEXPO, a division of Job Expo International Inc., has been helping experienced professionals in a multitude of industries, especially those focused in Engineering, Technology & Intelligence, to the hiring community for nearly two decades. Federal agencies and defense and government contractors seeking Security-Cleared professionals have relied on TECHEXPO Top Secret to fulfill recruitment needs at their career fairs and customized or boutique hiring events. TechExpoUSA.com, which operates as one of the country’s leading online career centers, has helped thousands of companies recruit the best talent in the industry and has provided nearly one million professionals with a time effective way to advance their career. Bradford Rand, a seasoned entrepreneur who has produced over 900 events to date, founded the company, which is headquartered in New York City, in 1992. For further information on recruiting or attending, contact Amanda Alessio, Marketing Director, at 212.655.4505x230 or at AAlessio@TechExpoUSA.com. The job fair's website is www.TechExpoUSA.com.
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