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Direct-hire and Contract Project Manager Opportunities with Great Company in Addison, TX

Job Title: Project Manager

Overview:The Project Manager must work effectively in a fast-paced, quick-to-market environment.  Business needs and aggressive growth drive the need for effective communication and on-time project delivery.  The primary focus of this position is to drive program and project strategy, deliver promised functionality, and ensure efforts remain on task, on schedule and on budget.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead and manage projects and/or programs from inception to delivery using standard project management / SDLC protocols
  • Perform Project and Program Management budget estimation for all internal and external project resources
  • Create detailed project delivery and project implementation plans and execute projects according to plan
  • Use Project Management tools for optimal financial roll-up, time tracking and milestone management
  • Provide advice and consultation to Business Analysts and other project members on more difficult and complex assignments
  • Liaise and effectively manage communications between the user community, IT department, and all business units, project participants, and vendors internal / external to the firm
  • Report on status, risk mitigation, progress, etc. to senior management and project stakeholders
  • Actively participate in IT design reviews to ensure compatibility and interoperability of computing systems
  • Provide knowledge and expertise to assist in the development of project management principals and best practices
  • Ensure project deliverables are on time, within budget and are at the required level of quality
  • Evaluate outcome of the project as defined during the planning stage

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required at a minimum
  • Minimum of 10 years of IT delivery experience, 5-7 years in a project management role
  • Experience managing projects in both waterfall and agile software development methodologies
  • Previous experience or exposure to program, portfolio management or project management office  processes
  • Demonstrate excellent verbal, written, presentation and interpersonal communication skills
  • Energy / Utility experience and a variety of IT project experience including IT infrastructure  is a plus
  • Proficient understanding and expert-level knowledge of Microsoft suite products, Project Server software and related methodologies
  • Proven experience with business and technical requirements analysis, modeling, verification and methodology development
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple work streams concurrently
  • Strong knowledge of system testing, software quality assurance and change management best practices and methodologies
  • Excellent analytical, mathematical, and creative problem-solving skills
  • Logical and efficient, with keen attention to detail
  • Highly self-motivated and directed
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks while under pressure
  • Experience working with both SAS and on premise technologies

Work Conditions

  • Occasional evening and weekend work to meet deadlines
  • Sitting for extended periods of time
  • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, mouse, and other computer components
  • Physically able to participate in training sessions, presentations, and meetings
  • Some travel may be required

If you have this experience, feel you are a fit for this position, and are interested, please answer the questions below:

1) Could you please email an updated Word copy of your resume to mhanes@provisiontechgroup.com?

2) What is your availability to start?

3) Are you open to a direct-hire position?

4) What is your current salary or pay rate?

5) Are you currently eligible to work for any employer in the US?

6) When is the best time to contact you and what # can you be reached at for this opportunity?

Regards,

Mike Hanes

ProVisionTech Group

mhanes@provisiontechgroup.com

http://www.linkedin.com/in/mikehanes

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Posted by Bob Evans on Apr 18, 2010 04:06 PM

Cross Posted from Information Week

IT-industry hopes are buzzing that IBM’s quarterly results, coming on Monday, April 19, will validate and accelerate the promise triggered last week by Intel’s blowout numbers. One analyst who’s expecting very big things from IBM believes its numbers will prove that “a resurgence in corporate IT spending” has occurred.

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Now Available: IT Spending will Rise, yet 2010 will be a Year of Reckoning for CIOs

Full story: PR-inside.com

The most recent Technology Trends survey of IT decision makers conducted in the second half of 2009 shows a rise in the proportion of respondents who are planning to increase their IT budget.

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Friday, April 16, 2010

Flexibility helps preserve your pool of talent

Management Matters

Cross Posted from Dallas Business Journal – by Alyssa Martin Contributing Writer

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The economic downturn forced many employers to require significant concessions from employees. Now, as the economy improves, businesses can reciprocate.
Building a two-way relationship with current and previous employees helps you preserve your talent pool so your business can function at top capacity through economic ups and downs.
During the down cycle, many businesses faced significant layoffs or salary reductions. Some service businesses even converted full-time employees into contract workers. While layoffs, salary reductions and forced contracting arrangements have altered your talent pool, you can help preserve as many of these employees as possible by mitigating some of the risk they have assumed.
There are legal restrictions regarding maintaining insurance and retirement benefits for workers with less than full-time hours, even if you have a contract arrangement with them, so this is not an option in most cases. However, there are other benefits employers can legally offer. For instance, for contract workers, offering a minimum number of guaranteed hours, offering access to corporate facilities or paying a premium contracting rate because these workers have more company knowledge are all viable options.
Employers can also restore trust and loyalty by creating set intervals for evaluating the opportunity to restore salary levels. Employers can also provide incentives to encourage furloughed or contract workers to maintain their availability until the economic climate changes.
Another way to show appreciation for current workers’ contributions and sacrifices during the down period is to build more flexibility into work schedules. This means focusing on measuring results rather than hours logged at the office. Some companies accomplish this flexibility by allowing more telecommuting, but others offer other arrangements.
Even if circumstances required significant concessions from employees during the past couple of years, providing workers with a sense that your business is looking toward the future and values employee contributions can go a long way toward maintaining your company’s talent pool. And this translates to long-term bottom-line benefits for your business.

MARTIN, a CPA, is the Dallas executive partner of Weaver. Contact her at alyssa.martin@weaverllp.com.


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What will midsized company IT groups look like after system admin jobs are outsourced to the cloud?

Since the bulk of in-house IT staffs are presently doing these jobs, it’s clear a big change is coming for midsized IT groups. Large companies can still leverage economies of scale in operating their own data centers, but midsized companies are finding it hard to match the lower operating costs and financial flexibility offered by cloud service and SaaS providers.

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Truly Partnering With Your Dallas IT Clients

Many Dallas IT Consulting/IT Recruiting firms seem to lack an understanding on what it means to partner with their clients’ in a long-term relationship.  It seems that some firms are just concerned with billable hours and one-off placement fees than actually serving their clients true needs.  A case in point was a situation I encountered at one such firm in which I was employed.  I was the Director of the Dallas branch of a New York IT Consulting firm and was account manager of a financial client where we had placed a programmer.  This programmer was not working out well and the client was thinking of replacing him, however, the president of the New York IT consulting firm I was with was determined to keep this programmer there for the 90 day guarantee period just so they could earn their fee.  I actually called the programmer and asked if he knew that the client was thinking of letting him go and told him that he really needed to “step up” his learning process and come up to speed or we would have to replace him.  The candidate did better for a short period of time.  At around 95 days after he was hired, the Dallas IT Development Manager called to say that the candidate was not working out and could we find a replacement.  I spoke with the president of our firm and he said “no way, they have to pay us”.  I was very uncomfortable with this approach, but really had no say in the final decision.  Although I had asked if we could not be flexible on the 90 day guarantee period, he proceeded, in no uncertain terms, to tell me what he wanted me to tell the manager – to pay us immediately.  The client paid us all right, and then put us on their “blacklist”.

As a technical account manager/recruiter, do you truly partner with your clients?  As a 13 year veteran of Dallas IT Operations and Technical Consulting/Recruiting, I really do desire to partner with my clients in a long-term relationship that adds value. That is why I considered it a “blessing in disguise” when that particular company I was with decided to to close the Dallas office I operated.  I launched my own company, ProVisionTech, and now am able to operate my own company with what I feel are sound and honest business practices.

Sincerely,

Mike Hanes

Founder of:

ProVisionTech

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I was in IT for several years before being laid off several years ago. I was laid off right before September 11, 2001 and was working on my MBA in eCommerce at the time. I found myself in a very difficult situation as many other people did during that time. Because I was working on my MBA and was almost finished, companies I interviewed with considered me ‘over-qualified’ for most positions I applied and interviewed for.

I stumbled into IT Consulting sales and account management mostly because I wanted to use my IT background for something and what a better way than to find the best people for Dallas IT Clients and at the same time put people to work. It seemed to me like the best of both worlds. Having been a Dallas IT project leader, programmer, and production support engineer, I knew what Dallas IT clients were looking for and the type of people they needed. Also, having been out of work myself, I loved putting Dallas IT candidates and consultants to work.

My first position was with a company that had provided consultants for the last Dallas IT project team I was on. The company only had one client and it was the company from which I had been laid off. When they set up my voice mail, the pass code they used was 911. I was appalled that they would use that pass code considering what had just happen with September 11. The owner would never tell me what nationality he was, but told me to tell everyone they were an Indian company. I later found out that he was from Syria. My wife was worried because she thought I was working for a company that was funneling money to terrorists! Still not sure why they would use that pass code.

I also later found out that they had consultants that built the code of one of the systems I had supported at my former company and had stolen it. They were selling the code to other companies in the same industry! I spoke to the IT Development Manager who was over the systems I had supported and she said that although upper IT management knew this company had stolen their code, they were still doing business with them!

Anyway, there is more. When I started working for this company they only had one client; the company from which I had been laid off. The CEO gave me a list of clients to “show off” potential clients. I mentioned that they only had one client and he said “I know, but this is what I want you to tell the potential clients.” I told him I would not lie for him or anyone else. I found that he lied to clients, consultants, candidates, and his own employees all the time. He lied to his VP of Marketing, and the VP of Marketing would lie to him and ask me to cover his lies. I told him no way!

I was there for two months before the final straw. Having never been in a sales role in my life, and in a horrible economy, I made my first placement as an account manager. I placed a consultant with a downtown Dallas company. In violation to our contract, they hired our consultant away from us. The CEO of our company became so enraged that he threatened to kill the CEO of the new client company for violating the contract! The CEO of the client company was totally blind sided because he was not even aware that his manager had violated the terms of our consulting agreement.

I immediately went to the parking lot, called the client CEO and apologized then went back to my office and packed all my stuff. I decided that I could not work at a company that operated without honesty and integrity and especially a company headed by someone that threatened people’s lives!

Although my first experience with Dallas IT Consulting/Recruiting firms was a pretty bad one, I felt like I really found something that I loved to do – find the right fit between Dallas IT Clients and Dallas IT candidates and consultants. I decided that I would find a Dallas IT Consulting/Recruiting firm to work for that operated with honesty and integrity.

Because of some of the unethical practices I discovered in some IT consulting and recruiting firms I have worked with, I started a Linkedin group, Integrity in Recruiting and website www.integrityinrecruiting.com, in order to start a discussion regarding incorporating sound and honest business practices in the recruiting field in our prospective companies.  I invite you to join the group.

I will share more about what I have found in my search later…

Mike Hanes

ProVisionTech

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Many IT Consulting/IT Recruiting firms seem to lack an understanding on what it means to partner with their clients’ in a long-term relationship.  It seems that some firms are just concerned with billable hours and one-off placement fees than actually serving their clients true needs.  A case in point was a situation I encountered at one such firm in which I was employed.  I was the Director of the Dallas branch of a New York IT Consulting firm and was account manager of a financial client where we had placed a programmer.  This programmer was not working out well and the client was thinking of replacing him, however, the president of the New York IT consulting firm I was with was determined to keep this programmer there for the 90 day guarantee period just so they could earn their fee.  I actually called the programmer and asked if he knew that the client was thinking of letting him go and told him that he really needed to “step up” his learning process and come up to speed or we would have to replace him.  The candidate did better for a short period of time.  At around 95 days after he was hired, the client IT Development Manager called to say that the candidate was not working out and could we find a replacement.  I spoke with the president of our firm and he said “no way, they have to pay us”.  I was very uncomfortable with this approach, but really had no say in the final decision.  Although I had asked if we could not be flexible on the 90 day guarantee period, he proceeded, in no uncertain terms, to tell me what he wanted me to tell the manager – to pay us immediately.  The client paid us all right, and then put us on their “blacklist”.

As a technical account manager/recruiter, do you truly partner with your clients?  As a 13 year veteran of Dallas IT Operations and Technical Consulting/Recruiting, I really do desire to partner with my clients in a long-term relationship that adds value. That is why I considered it a “blessing in disguise” when that particular company I was with decided to to close the Dallas office I operated.  I launched my own company, ProVisionTech, and now am able to operate my own company with what I feel are sound and honest business practices.

Sincerely,

Mike Hanes

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Mike Hanes
ProVisionTech

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Direct-hire On-boarding Specialist Opportunity with a Great Company in Richardson, TX

Overview:

  • This position will be heavy in systems
  • Will be the first onboarding person hired
  • Will help in designing and implementing the onboarding system/process
  • ADP is currently used to onboard employees
  • Devise a systemic way to touch every new hire
  • Will be pulling all resources together to on-board new hires
  • This person is expected to make processes more efficient

 

Job Description:

Fundamental Responsibilities:
* Partner with Human Resources leadership to design and implement process around on-boarding new employees, effectively acquiring new employees and off-boarding.
* Work with the Human Resources Business Partners, managers, and new employees to collect accurate onboarding documents that enable new hires to begin employment in a timely manner.
* Guide new hires through the onboarding process and assist them in matters such as paperwork collection, benefits enrollment, orientation, culture assimilation, training etc.
* Build relationships with individuals across all departments as you work with them to expand their teams
* Create innovative procedures to boost engagement among new hires
* Contribute to a fun, positive work environment!

Requirements:
* Outstanding communication and organizational skills
* Exceptional attention to detail, especially under time constraints
* Ability to prioritize competing priorities effortlessly
* Utmost sensitivity with confidential data and information
* Experience in Six Sigma methodology and Human Resources or handling of employee data strongly preferred
* Technical proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Google software
* 3+ years of experience in Six Sigma field. Focus on Human Resources a plus

Additional Benefits:

On site café

On site gym

Close to major highway

Competitive benefits

If you have this experience, feel you are a fit for this position, and are interested, please email me directly at

mhanes@provisiontechgroup.com and include answers to the questions below:

1) Can you email an updated Word copy of your resume?

2) What is your availability to start?

3) Are you open to a direct-hire position?

4) What is your current salary or pay rate?

5) Are you currently eligible to work for any employer in the US?

6) When is the best time to contact you and what # can you be reached at for this opportunity?

Regards,

Mike Hanes
ProVisionTech
“Save Time, The Best Resources, Guaranteed!”

 

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Direct-hire Manager Networking & Communications Opportunity with a Great Company in Dallas, TX

Manager Networking & Communications

Job Description:

This position will report to the Director of Technical Services and Operations and will be responsible for the Networking and Communications team. Accountability includes but is not limited to; the on time delivery of projects, day to day operations, outage resolution, employee development and budget planning and tracking.

· Manage the day to day activities of the Network and Communications team. This includes performance appraisals, career development and mentoring team members

· Responsible for Network and VoIP architecture, Standards and Practices

· Responsible for Network Security (PCI)

· Responsible for managing budget for equipment and ongoing expenses for data circuits and etc.

· Negotiate and manage contracts with third party providers and vendors.

· Responsible for maintaining all network systems, applications, security and configurations.

· Test and evaluate network systems to eliminate problems and make improvements.

· Creates and maintains disaster recovery plans.

· Responsible for evaluating and ensuring all upgrades, patches, and new applications and devices are deployed properly.

Requirements:

· Bachelor’s degree and 8-10 years experience in the field or related area.

· Must have experience with both Juniper and Cisco devices.

· Advanced knowledge of firewalls, wireless devices, routing principals, and network architecture along with knowledge of  Voice over IP (VoIP)

· 3+ years in a leadership role.

· 3+ years managing capital and expense budgets

If you have this experience, feel you are a fit for this position, and are interested, please answer the questions below:

1) Do you have an updated Word copy of your resume?

2) What is your availability to start?

3) Are you open to a direct-hire position?

4) What is your current salary or pay rate?

5) Are you currently eligible to work for any employer in the US?

6) When is the best time to contact you and what # can you be reached at for this opportunity?

Regards,

Mike Hanes
ProVisionTech

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ASP.Net web services

January 12th, 2011

ASP.Net web services

ASP.Net Programming is the fastest growing web development platform in the world today. Asp.net web applications are faster and provide better performance to your web applications. The .net developers make usage of advanced compilation and caching techniques to thereby making server applications faster in .NET Framework. Asp.net web development services also helps in increasing developer’s productivity. The .NET developers reap huge productivity gains by using .net class libraries helping in over all memory management. Asp.net web services helps in integration with Existing Systems to build dynamic web applications and also facilitates easy deployment. Asp.net web applications ensure mobility support and integration of over 20 programming languages to choose the best among them. Asp.net technology allows us to carry on the WEB almost all software solutions. You will be able to share any services and resources with users and customers. ASP.Net Programming, an advanced technology similar to the ASP Programming will automatically detect any changes, and then it will dynamically compile the files if needed, and stores the compiled results to reuse for subsequent requests. The dynamic compilation ensures that your application is always up to date, and this compiled execution makes it fast. The simplicity and speed of ASP.Net applications meets the highest modern standards. ASP.NET takes care of detecting the type of browser and browser compatibility issues when it generates code for a server control. The benefits of asp.net web services are it facilitates high speed of development, availability of cross-platform migration, increased productivity, reliability, security, access to the opportunities of .NET Framework Library, relatively short learning curve for developers, easy configurations of applications and security. ASP.Net technology helps in displaying data, validating user input, and uploading files in an easy way. The best feature of this is that it works in all browsers including Netscape, Opera, AOL, and Internet Explorer.

If you are looking to HIRE ASP .NET developer or Hire ASP.NET Programmer with very good experience in full life-cycle of Asp.net projects, then you are at the right place. Why Hire an ASP.NET programmer from Us? We give a lot of importance to customer satisfaction. ProVisionTech has been able to draw a profound line of quality work in ASP.NET development across the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

If you would like to hire asp.net developers or asp.net programmers, please Contact Us to work out the specific details for your asp.net requirements or call us at 972-200-7171. We will be glad to share our expertise with you.

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Mike Hanes
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Dear Applicant,

My name is Mike and I’m a recruiter at ProVisionTech Group. Our records show that you are an experienced professional with experience with Procurement Processes. This experience is relevant to one of my current openings.

If this opportunity is not a good match for your skills or you are not available but know someone who is, please forward this email to them as we pay referral fees for anyone you refer that we place with a client.

This is 3 year contract opportunity with the possibility of extension

Long-term Contract Procurement Opportunities With Great Company in Dallas, TX

Client needs one Sr Procurement Consultant and one Procurement Analyst for a 3 year contract that has the possibility to be extended.

Management/Organizational Development and Effectiveness

Consultants activities may include, but are not limited to:

a) Conduct an analysis of Client’s Procurement performance and effectiveness.

b) Identify peer transit systems and conduct a comparison of their performance to Client Procurement’s.

c) Identify performance gaps as compared to peers.

d) Develop recommendations to address any identified performance gaps.

e) Develop recommended changes required in key operations and processes to improve productivity and efficiency based on best practices, industry, or comparable transit experience.

f) Recommend overall organizational structure design and staffing needs based on maintaining current

levels of operation while improving efficiency.

g) Work directly with customer management in applying advanced principles, theories, and concepts to a wide range of work in the areas of planning, deployment, operation and/or enhancement of telecommunications and information technology systems.

Performance Optimization

Consultant activities may include, but are not limited to:

a) Assist Client with implementing and sustaining a continuous improvement process within Client Procurement, and related departments that applies to all levels of the organization.

b) Conduct reviews of functions and processes.

c) Assist Client with transitioning Client to sustain high performance, high reward teams, and culture.

d) Assist Client with customer, supplier and stakeholder surveys, including development of survey tools, conducting surveys and focus groups, and evaluating and reporting results.

Business System Performance and Operations

Evaluate Client Procurement and related Departments’ current and future business performance, processes, and operations. Specific consultant activities may include, but are not limited to:

a) Assist Client in an evaluation of its current and future business performance, processes, and operations. b) Apply process improvement and reengineering methodologies and principles to conduct process modernization projects.

c) Serve as key coordinator between multiple project teams to ensure Agency-wide integration of reengineering efforts.

d) Align and streamline its business functions with its objectives. e) Identify the organizational structure required to support and operate the business.

f) Assist Client with implementation of replacement procurement technology, including requisition/purchase orders, sourcing, contract management, and supply chain management.

g) Advise and assist with the development and implementation of supply chain management and strategic sourcing systems.

Project Management

Consultant activities may include, but are not limited to working with Procurement and related Departments to:

a) Translate customer requirements into formal plans that culminate in customer acceptance of the proposed solutions while meeting business objectives.

b) Lead a team in planning, initiating, controlling, executing, and closing tasks of a project or segment of a project to produce the desired solution.

c) Formulate partnerships between customers, suppliers, and staff to anticipate potential project related problems using refined techniques for identifying, eliminating, or mitigating solution, project, and business risks.

d) Apply a strong understanding of customer, industry, and business trends to analyze information or situations, and implement actions to ensure project objectives are met, either independently or through the management team.

e) Analyze new and complex project related problems, and create innovative solutions, involving finance, scheduling, technology, methodology, tools, and other components, as necessary.

Capacity Building

Work with the Client Procurement management team on efforts to ensure it has the appropriate capacity and skills to fulfill its goals and objectives.

Specific consultant activities may include, but are not limited to:

a) Development of a capacity and skills assessment.

b) Identification of appropriate training programs or delivery of targeted training.

c) Development of training materials or institutionalized support systems or initiatives.

Procurement Support.

Client may require support from professional procurement specialists to support or lead procurement processes for specific and complex transactions, including procurement planning, development of specifications, statements of work and sourcing documents, evaluation of offers, negotiations, and contract administration. The level of support required may range from procurement staff augmentation to complete outsourcing of a specific contract or contract portfolio. The procurement specialists must be or become thoroughly familiar with Client, customer, and government regulations, policies, and procedures to ensure compliance during procurement activities.

Examples of required procurement category expertise include:

a) Acquisition of complex capital assets such as locomotives, buses, and streetcars

b) Procurement of information and communication technology, including software, hardware, and related services

c) Contracting for complex systems, including a universal fare payment card “Rapidcard” and mobility management services using performance based contracts and Public Private Partnerships

d) Competitive outsourcing of services and systems, including “make or buy” analyses

e) Procurement of energy, including electricity, fuels, and associated services

The procurement specialists may be required to perform cost and price analyses of various contractual documents and transactions.

If you have this experience, feel you are a fit for this position, and are interested, please answer the questions below:

1) Do you have an updated Word copy of your resume?

2) What is your availability to start?

3) Are you open to a long-term contract position?

4) What is your current salary or pay rate?

5) Are you currently eligible to work for any employer in the US?

6) When is the best time to contact you and what # can you be reached at for this opportunity?

We pay for referrals, so if this opportunity is not a good match for your skills or you are not available but know someone who is, please forward this link to them.

Regards,

Mike Hanes
ProVisionTech

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Contract Senior JDE Business Analyst

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

a. Participates in ERP and related system development lifecycle

Responsible for system development deliverables

Defines, creates and communicates appropriate process documents such as scope document, project plan, configuration document, QA plan, and training plan.

Implements and maintains key global system (ERP) setup

Participates in data conversion processes where necessary

Participates in QA process

Assists implementation teams with training, testing, and cutover support

b. Participates in change control process

Defines, creates and communicates change requests and functional specs for enhancement requirements such as reports, interfaces and interactive applications.

Works with senior management, as well as functional users

Communicates requirements to Programmer team

QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS:

a. Bachelors degree in Information Systems, Computer Science or BA with equivalent work experience

b. Minimum 5 years experience in JDE EnterpriseOne Financial configuration

c. Proven ability to deliver project with minimum external guidance

d. Specific knowledge of JDE G/L Financial suite applications, A/P applications, Inventory, Costing Manufacturing and Procure to Pay applications. Knowledge of Fixed assets applications a plus.

If you have this experience, feel you are a fit for this position, and are interested, please answer the questions below:

1) Do you have an updated Word copy of your resume?

2) What is your availability to start?

3) Are you open to a short-term contract position?

4) What is your current salary or pay rate?

5) Are you currently eligible to work for any employer in the US?

6) When is the best time to contact you and what # can you be reached at for this opportunity?

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Mike Hanes
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The story “Dice: US IT hiring set to rise in 2011,” has been clarified to indicate that results cited were from two separate surveys. It was not clear from information provided by the company that the results were from two surveys. The first, second, fourth, seventh and 11th paragraphs have been clarified to indicate which results were cited. The paragraphs now read, in order:

IDG News Service — The story “Dice: US IT hiring set to rise in 2011,” has been clarified to indicate that results cited were from two separate surveys. It was not clear from information provided by the company that the results were from two surveys. The first, second, fourth, seventh and 11th paragraphs have been clarified to indicate which results were cited. The paragraphs now read, in order:

First:

Six in 10 hiring managers and technology recruiters expect to do more hiring in the first half of 2011 than in the previous six months, according to the latest Dice.com report on IT hiring plans.

Second:

Dice surveys human resource managers and recruiters of technology professionals across the U.S. every six months, and its parent company Dice Holdings also conducts surveys, the most recent of which indicates “slow gradual recovery in the labor market,” said Scot Melland, chairman, president and CEO of Dice Holdings, which operates the Dice.com IT and engineering jobs and recruiting services website. Nearly half of the almost 850 respondents in the most recent Dice.com survey say they expect to increase hiring by at least 10 percent in the first half of 2011, with another third expecting increases of 11 percent to 20 percent, and 15 percent forecasting hiring 21 percent to 30 percent more technology workers.

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If you have this experience, feel you are a fit for any of the above positions, and are interested, please answer the questions below:

1) Please send an updated Word copy of your resume to mhanes@provsiontechgroup.com

2) What is your availability to start?

3) Are you open to a contract or contract-to-hire position?

4) What is your current salary or pay rate?

5) Are you currently eligible to work for any employer in the US?

6) When is the best time to contact you and what # can you be reached at for this opportunity?

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Mike Hanes
ProVisionTech

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Implementation of electronic health records and eligibility for stimulus funding are likely to be compromised by IT staffing deficiencies in more than half of healthcare organizations, according to CHIME survey results.

IT staffing shortages will put projects at risk and negatively impact healthcare organizations’ chances of implementing EHRs successfully, according to results of a recent CHIME survey.

CIOs who responded to the survey said IT staffing deficiencies will possibly (51 percent) or definitely (10 percent) affect their chances to implement an EHR and receive stimulus funding. The most glaring need for healthcare organizations is for trained personnel who can implement clinical records software.

Sue Schade, VP and CIO, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, said working with local colleges will pay dividends down the road, but do little to help the staffing pain of today. “It’s a long-term investment — you’re not going to be able to get people through the training programs that are associated with ARRA funding if they are new to the workforce and have them be really effective in a short period of time.”

Mike Ward, SVP and CIO, Covenant Health, said staff augmentation services will likely yield little relief. “One of the first things I’ve done is try to go to the consulting market, but that also has been challenging. The vendors and consultants are going through the same challenges — there’s a lot of activity, high demand, and what I’m finding is it’s very difficult to find qualified resources. You can hire people, but they just don’t have the experience and the background.”

Robust infrastructure is key to 24/7 uptime in the healthcare field

As such, the CHIME survey found more than 70 percent of respondents reported their organizations lack staff to implement clinical applications. Additionally, CIOs expressed growing concern about retaining current staff as pressures mount to quickly implement clinical systems. Some 76 percent of respondents said they were concerned about retaining current IT staff, while 24 percent said they had no such concerns.

George “Buddy” Hickman, EVP and CIO, Albany Medical Center, said retention strategies must be multi-faceted. “We did some things like surveying the workforce in IS to try to appreciate the sorts of things that would keep them satisfied in the roles they are in, and you’ll not be surprised to know that it’s a lot more than just money.”

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Mike Hanes
ProVisionTech

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