Saturday, October 26, 2013

[WNO] Digest Number 1703

Westchester Networking Organization

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Digest #1703
Sr. Project Manager in NJ and Remote by "Keith Bogen SPHR" hrslugger2002
Fwd: thanks for your time by "avi wagshol" awagshol
6 questions never to ask during a job interview by "Keith Bogen SPHR" hrslugger2002


Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:30 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Keith Bogen SPHR" hrslugger2002

I'm recruiting on a position that I wanted to alert you to immediately. Your resume that we have on file indicates you may be interested. If this position is one that you are interested in learning more about, please contact me immediately. The job description below details the qualifications and experience needed for the ideal candidate. I am anticipating our client moving quickly on this, I would appreciate an email or call my number listed below as soon as possible.

Sr. Project Manager
6+ month contract
Mt Laurel, NJ and remote from home

Seeking 2 technology PM who will work with the LOB PM these PM will represent technology and deliver the technology piece of the project to the line of business PM.
There is a strong potential of long term employment so candidates should be open to that.
PMs can work remote, but they would prefer someone who can come onsite in Mount Laurel 1-2 days per week this is very beneficial in building relationships and this is where the internal customers sit.

We would prefer to have someone who comes from a company where the PMO is regimented in their methodologies concrete procedures and policies (think Pharma, Financial, Healthcare).
Team size will be 25+

Soft Skills:
Ability to work remotely, build remote relationships
Clear, concise phone communication
Comfortable driving meetings and sessions
Has presence, especially over the phone
A driver will ask questions, do what is needed to get the job done

Key accountabilities are:
Sets direction at an operational level, works autonomously in the management of the unit and collaborates with other business heads to establish and execute on common goals.
Direct or manages large-scale applications, programs or projects across multiple product lines, involving significant scope and complexity. Ensures delivery of projects to the business partner, meeting the approved scope/cost/schedule/quality for the project.
Perform a governing role for, ensuring that the proposal, execution, control, deployment, training and hand off, warranty support, and closure meet promised schedules.
Performs risk identification and mitigation activities, escalating unresolved issues to the Executive and / or Steering Committee where appropriate to secure their timely decisions/support.
Manages the acquisition and deployment of resources, including budget, by working with the Managers to secure the resources required for the project.
Ensures client satisfaction with the project process and project team by effective and timely communication including status reporting, continual risk/issue assessment/management and escalation, and resolution of issues as they arise.
The successful candidate will be required to work with and influence senior level leaders and partner with other IT Managers.
Proven leadership skills and experience managing large and complex IT projects. Full life cycle development experience.
Experience with proven project methodology tools.
PMI or ITIL certification.
Expertise in MS , Excel, Visio and Powerpoint.
I can be reached at 1-800-617-6172. If you prefer to contact me via email my address is You can also visit our website, It will help you learn more about us. If you are not qualified for this position, please accept my apologies. However, if you know someone who is qualified and would be interested in this position, please pass this message along; I would be very grateful for the referral. I look forward to speaking with you soon.

Mark Kischko
The Computer Merchant, Ltd. (TCM)
95 Longwater Circle
Norwell, MA 02061
Office: 800-617-6172 ext 4325
Who is The Computer Merchant, LTD?
For over three decades, The Computer Merchant, Ltd., (TCM), has earned national recognition as an Information Technology & Software Engineering staffing and solutions provider. TCM specializes in Enterprise Technology contract assignments, direct-hire, project teams, SOW project solutions and manages service programs. TCM's clients are represented by Technologists like you who we have place over the years with Fortune 500, mid-to-small/medium sized business, as well as DOD, Federal, State and Local government clients. TCM's maturity in the staffing industry has enabled TCM to offer our contractors a wide range of employment opportunities nationally, regionally and locally throughout the United States. TCM is continuously recognized for successfully recruiting and delivering quality and value to the Technologists that we place with our customers. Our ability to service the consultants and clients that we work with is powered by our centralized technical
recruiting and sales organization, coupled with our ability to recruit candidates from our extensive database of technical professionals. TCM's mission is to be recognized as a leader in our industry, deliver outstanding services to the technical professionals and customers that we serve, and be viewed as partners to our consultants and clients.

Fri Oct 25, 2013 9:23 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"avi wagshol" awagshol

Sr Sysytem Administartaor Adelphi MD

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From: O'Neill, Daniel P. <>
Date: Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 12:19 PM
Subject: thanks for your time
To: "" <>

See job description:

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If you know anyone else looking, please send to them. I will be in contact
should we have anything open up where you are….thanks!****


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Dan O'Neill****

Senior Recruiter****

Direct: 843.529.2925****

Office: 843.529.0678 Ext. 125****

Fax: 843.746.5557****

Secure Mission Solutions********

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Fri Oct 25, 2013 10:39 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Ian Kennedy" ibkennedy47

Dear Friends,

Please respond directly to the recruiter.

Cheers, Ian

Ian Kennedy
203-538-8802 (w) 203-225-0893 (f)
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Randstadt contacted us that they are looking to fill a position ASAP:

The job title is: RA Advertising and Promotion Specialist

Location is in Stamford CT. It is a one year renewable contract.

Contact Randstadt Directly:

Don Shivas

Account Manager
750 Washington Blvd.
Stamford, CT 06902
203 905 1044 Office
203 671 8353 Cell<>

Job Description:
Under the guidance of the Director, Regulatory Affairs Advertising and Promotion, the incumbent is a regulatory representative for Purdue on multiple assigned projects. This individual will be responsible for providing leadership and regulatory expertise to brand teams (Rx and/or OTC) to ensure that promotional materials are consistent with regulatory guidelines and support marketing and sales objectives. As such, the incumbent is responsible for: providing regulatory support for the review and approval of our prescription and OTC marketed products including both branded and unbranded promotional materials as well as internal training and public affairs activities; providing strategic regulatory advice on promotional activities, supporting development of new claims and launch campaigns; liaising and building a strong relationship with OPDP; monitoring regulatory promotional environment; preparing communications to OPDP on identified competitor practices as needed; and working closely with other functional areas such as Marketing, Sales, Legal, and Medical Communications.
(Describe in a series of brief statements up to five of your primary job responsibilities or activities in descending order of importance, including safety responsibilities and travel requirements if any.)
Under the direction of the Director, below are job responsibilities:
* Responsible for promotional regulatory strategy and issues regarding their assigned marketed and developmental products. This includes all aspects of internal team and review meetings and preparation of launch submissions.
* Review advertising and promotional pieces for marketed products and provide advice on concepts. This may include both prescription and OTC products.
* Interact with other disciplines and upper management on the proposed regulatory strategies related to promotional activities.
* Provide promotional regulatory strategy and advice to product and development groups. The incumbent may provide advice on projects by contributing to the development of project development plans and target product profiles.
* Assesses new or proposed US FDA Advertising Guidance, FTC guidelines, or any other applicable regulation and guidelines related to advertising and promotion; and provide organization with guidance on implications for Purdue.
Describe the specific knowledge required to perform the job. Indicate why each component is necessary to successful job performance. Consider understanding of facts, theories, terminology, concepts, disciplines, processes, or techniques used on the job. Describe formal academic, vocational, or on-the-job training, self-education; progressive work experience required.
This position requires at a minimum a Bachelors degree, with a minimum of 5-8 years of additional appropriate industry experience, with a minimum of 4 years of promotional regulatory experience. An advanced degree, such as a PharmD. or Ph.D. would be an advantage. The incumbent must have a thorough understanding of FDA Advertising rules, regulations, policies, guidelines and procedures as well as an understanding of other US regulatory agencies (DEA, FTC, PhRMA Code, DTC Guiding Principles, etc), especially those dealing with advertising and promotion. Experience in interacting with OPDP is required and knowledge of and direct contact with OPDP and FDA organization and personnel is a plus. Knowledge and experience in the CNS and/or pain therapeutic area would be an advantage.

Describe the "thinking challenge" of the job: the nature of the problems to be solved and data interpreted; the extent to which originality, innovation, and creativity are required. Consider the nature of the work itself, variety of assignments, availability of guidance and direction, the scope of tasks, and the time frame under consideration.
The position requires the ability to work under defined and often times tightly regulated time frames required by law and corporate needs. The issues present a wide range of complexity and variety. The ability to apply the knowledge of FDA and other regulatory agency regulations and policies and develop novel approaches to complete assigned tasks is a necessity in order to obtain successful materials and ensure compliance with all laws and regulations affecting the pharmaceutical business. The position requires someone to be detail and deadline oriented and well organized.
3. FREEDOM TO ACT (Exempt Only
Describe the discretionary authority of the job and the direction exercised over it. Consider its role in establishing and/or affecting organizational goals, policies, and procedures. Include restrains imposed by internal written instructions, policies, or procedures, and external laws and regulations. Consider time frame of work objectives, task diversity, and initiative expected, permitted or required.
As directed by the Director, the incumbent must be able to work independently and exercise authority, with strong negotiation and decision making skills. The position reports to the Director, Regulatory Affairs Advertising and Promotion, with oversight as appropriate. The position requires sound judgment and common sense considering the economic and legal consequences of inappropriate actions/conduct. The position requires good interpersonal skills and the ability to work with staff across disciplines throughout the organization to achieve corporate goals.
Describe the impact of the position on company, work unit, or product line results. Consider impact in terms of financial input/output (revenues, expenses, assets, budget) and human resources (organizational span of control). Indicate the importance of errors, if made, the likelihood of error, and a cost associated with correcting those errors.
The consequences of inappropriate or poor performance and /or errors can have a direct and severe economic and legal impact on the company ranging from loss of income to civil or criminal penalties and product seizures/facilities shutdown. Marketing, Law, Medical, R&D, Sales and Manufacturing are all directly affected by this position's activities.
Explain the supervisory responsibilities of the job. Consider the depth of the supervisory chain of command, both above and below the position, the nature of the work force directed, and the nature of the work itself. To what extent does the incumbent perform duties similar to those of superiors or subordinates?
The position has significant independence and reports directly to the Director, Regulatory Affairs Advertising and Promotion with oversight of activities/responsibilities. Periodic exchange of ideas and review of particular problem approaches are conducted as appropriate.
Describe the job requirements for communicating effectively with others, inside and outside the company. Keep in mind the nature of the communication, ranging form uncomplicated exchanges of information up to complicated discussions and negotiations. Describe the significance, purpose, and frequency of contacts, and their potential impact on company operations and good will.
The incumbent will be required to be a strong, persuasive, and diplomatic contributor to cross-functional teams with members of equal or higher job levels. In addition, regular communications occur with academia, external legal counsel, advertising agencies, consultants, and other pharmaceutical companies. Daily communications occur within and between departments and affiliated companies.

Fri Oct 25, 2013 12:24 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"avi wagshol" awagshol

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From: Sean Johnson <>
Date: Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 3:03 PM
Subject: Urgent!! Need For Cisco Consultant Tempe, AZ



I Hope you're doing well. I'm contacting you because I've a job position
with me which I've mentioned below and wanted to know if you would be
interested in applying ??

If you are available in market and would like to know more about this role
I'll be happy to provide more information on it. For getting considered
please send me your updated resume and your hourly rate so that I can setup
a short call with you to discuss about this role.

Job Tittle: Cisco Consultant
Duration: 6+ months
Location: Tempe, AZ
Number of Positions: Two (2)

Job Description:
This position is based in Phoenix and Tempe, AZ for the next 6 months,
possibly longer term. This position is a staff augmentation role in direct
support (customer facing) of a client customer in the domestic and
international airlines operations business. Individual needs to know the
Cisco products at the configuration line level. Individual must have hands
on experience in the day to day operations and engineering of a world class
IP based network in the 100,000+ end node scale.

Key Roles and Responsibilities:
· A minimum of five years experience in the design, implementation and
operation of integrated, multi-vendor networking solutions.
· Must have Data Center migration experience, including experience and
responsibility for the layer1-3 architecture, design, and implementation.
· Must have solid documentation skills (Visio especially) and provide
evidence of prior documentation completed
· Must have engineering and support experience for Cisco products in
general and these products specifically:
· Must have WAN experience with MPLS VRF Lite, and experience with EIGRP,
OSPF, and BGP routing protocols
§ Nexus 7K
§ 6500
§ 3750
§ ASR1000
§ 7200

Kindest Regards,
Sean Johnson
IT Recruiter
IT Brainiac Inc.
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Fri Oct 25, 2013 7:04 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Keith Bogen SPHR" hrslugger2002

6 questions never to ask during a job interview
By Carmel Lobello
October 24, 2013 2:04 AM
If there's one question you can always count on fielding at a job interview, it's this: "Do you have any questions?"
Needless to say, your answer should always be an enthusiastic "yes." But before you inquire into every little curiosity about your possible future place of employment â€" from how often the CEO visits the worker bees, to whether the snacks in the kitchen are free â€" remember that your turn to ask questions, which usually comes at the end of the interview, is more than a chance to find out what you want to know. It's also your last opportunity to prove that you have the knowledge, skills, and professional acumen to kill it in the job.
With that in mind, here are a handful of questions career advisers recommend that you avoid, even if you're dying for the answer, along with some alternative questions that might land you the information you want.
What time would I have to arrive in the morning?
Not only is this like admitting that you're punctually challenged, it shows your future boss that you're more interested in your daily schedule than the actual work. Stay away from questions about logistics. This also applies to "How long is lunch?"
Try instead, "What&#39;s an average day like?" You'll likely wind up with more than enough information about hours and lunch perks.
How long has this company been around?
The cardinal rule being broken here: Never ask a question you could easily answer with a Google search. That includes everything from "Who's the CEO?" to "Where are corporate headquarters?" to "What&#39;s the most popular product you sell?" These types of questions make you seem unprepared, which for an employer is a red flag. Do the research before you come in, and while you're learning about the company, look for questions that can showcase your preparedness.
Instead try something like, "What kind of changes have you seen since so-in-so took over in June?"
On average, how quickly do people get promoted?
This signals that you're ambitious, and that's a desirable quality. But this question at a job interview can sound yucky and opportunistic. You want to show you're perfect for the job you're applying for, not the job three rungs up the ladder (even if you're sure you could handle that one, too).
Try instead, "What kind of opportunities are there for growth at this company?"
Do you do background checks?
Think of applying for a job as playing a video game: You must complete one level at a time until you attain the goal. In other words, cross each bridge as you come to it.
If you have something on public record that you don't want an employer to know about (and if you're asking this question, you obviously do), cross that bridge when you must, and no sooner. If you're lucky, the employer doesn't do background checks, and you're in the clear. If the company does, simply tell them what happened up-front, with whatever explanations are necessary, and give the go-ahead to run your background.
What's the salary?
This one is tempting. Of course you want to know what how much you'd make â€" what if the salary is so small you couldn't take the job even if it were offered? But this is a question for HR, preferably after you've been offered the position, not the interview. Again, the focus of the interview should be related to the work: Your background, the skills you're bringing to the table, and what sets you apart from other candidates.
Forget trying to get this information entirely, and instead ask something that shows how interested you are in the work. Career advisors recommend, "What does 'success&#39; look like for this position?"
Did I get the job?
On a dinner date, you wouldn't ask for a kiss right after you finish the appetizer â€" so don't ask to close the deal with a potential employer moments after she's met you. It's too eager, and that's a turn-off.
Instead, thank her for the opportunity and say, "I'll follow up next week."

Friday, October 25, 2013

[CNG] Digest Number 2947

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Digest #2947


Thu Oct 24, 2013 10:21 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Peter Lutz" peter_f_lutz

Date : November 21, 2013

Location : Sanofi - Bridgewater, NJ

Speaker : Tom Ryder of UPS

Register here ==>


Peter Lutz
Vice President of Marketing
IIBA New Jersey Chapter
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Thu Oct 24, 2013 4:53 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Alex Freund" alexfreund10

Starting Tuesday, November 5, I will be teaching a series of classes titles
"Learn To Re-Enter The Job Market" via the Princeton Adult School. Below is
the synopsis.

Finding satisfying work in a difficult job market is quite a challenge.
Spend five nights this spring learning important techniques to help make
getting that great job a reality. In this series we will cover such topics
as: how to prepare a winning resume, how to network efficiently, how to
craft your 30-second elevator pitch, and how to avoid pitfalls you didn't
know were there. We will craft verbal and written communication skills for
the person in transition, and learn about LinkedIn and your presence in
social media. In every session we will devote time to practicing mock
interviews to increase your knowledge and confidence.

If interested you can sign up via this link: or if you
know someone else in central New Jersey who might be interested please feel
free to forward this information.


Alex Freund


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Fri Oct 25, 2013 6:12 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"Tony Rapa" benson1646

Our client, an industry leader is seeking a Program Manager for its Central New Jersey location

If qualified and interested, please send your resume to Tony Rapa at

The position is with a physician owned Independent Practice Association(IPA) and comprises of a network of more than 400 primary care and multi-specialty providers.

The Program Manger will report to the VP of Client Services and Clinical Operations programs

Manage the end-to-end execution process for programs for one or more Clients
Partner with various cross functional teams to ensure successful implementation and maintenance of the lifecycle
Synthesize creative strategy and build of execution requirements (and approvals)
Communicate and manage status, issue resolution, escalation to ensure customer satisfaction
Ensure quality execution of all campaigns and fully understand adherence to Corporate policies.
Perform hands on management and execution of marketing communication including marketing production responsibilities, partnering with channel deployment teams to support the deployment process prior to final in market or launch date

The candidate must have 5-10 years of Healthcare Management experience

Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare related discipline (Masters is Preferred)
Production Implementation experience with PMP Preferred (Certified Project Manager)
Manage multiple programs simultaneously and ensuring all deliverables are met on time with accuracy and quality
Ability to drive develop and drive creative solutions to business challenges and reengineering initiatives
Ability to synthesize, prioritize and drive results with a strong sense of urgency
Ability to understand and asses risk

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