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Job Openings at Homeland Security Investigations Pathways

Posted 6/23/2014

Attention CMASS Students and Recent Graduates:

The Homeland Security Investigations Pathways program is currently looking to fill open positions.


On Wednesday, June 25, 2014, HSI plans to post a vacancy announcement on USAJOBS for the Criminal Investigator position via the Pathways Program. Pathways candidates are initially hired into the 1899 series and converted to 1811 status after they complete all conversion requirements. Detailed information regarding the Pathways Program can be found here: http://www.opm.gov/HiringReform/Pathways/program/interns/.

In order for applicants to receive consideration, they MUST apply to the vacancy announcement. Pathways candidates initially will be placed in various offices nationwide while they are in the process of completing all program requirements for conversion. Upon conversion and completion of all required training (CITP and ICESAT), Pathways candidates will primarily be placed in duty locations along the southwest border. Please feel free to share this information with students who have inquired about employment with HSI.

Starting Wednesday June 25th, students may visit www.usajobs.gov to view the announcement and apply. In the meantime, we urge those interested to open an account on usajobs and to begin storing documents in order to expedite the application process.

Job Openings with the The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


Posted: 6/23/2014
Attention Recent Graduates!!!

JOB OPENINGS WITH THE CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU:
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a federal agency founded in 2011 to make financial products and services work better for American consumers. Our mission demands smart, usable, and reliable technology: we’re looking for technologists who want to serve consumers by helping us design and build that technology.

We are now taking applications for the second round of our Technology and Innovation Fellowship, a two-year program for software developers, web designers, security engineers, and data architects and analysts to work with the CFPB to perform the work of a vital government agency, serve millions of consumers, and support the consumer financial marketplace. Fellows will join the Bureau in January of 2015 and after an initial immersion period will be able to work remotely from anywhere in the United States (as long as they have a broadband connection).

We are specifically looking to hire Fellows in the following positions:
• Software Developers (API & Web developers, Software Delivery Automators, Infrastructure Automation Engineers/DevOps)
• Front End Developers
• User Experience (UX) Designers
• Graphic Designers
• Data Analysts
• Data Architects
• Data Scientists
• Cybersecurity Engineer/Administrator
• Cybersecurity Threat Analysis Engineer
• Cybersecurity Web Application Developer

Read more...

Full-Time Job Postings - Career Services

posted 5/1/2014

Seniors,

Attached below are more full time job postings, as well as internships still available for the summer and beyond. Some companies are still seeking out recent grads!

Epic is still looking to hire! They are hiring for Technical and Non-Technical FT Opportunities (all majors). Epic develops innovative applications that improves the way people receive care at hospitals and clinics in all 50 states. For more information on the company, please click here

Interested in the corporate world, but did not major in business?
The Fullbridge Program is a 4-week summer Bootcamp that provides tips and contacts to be successful to enter the business world with a competitive edge. One program will be held at Mount Holyoke College, June 2-27. To learn about this for-fee program go to: http://www.fullbridge.com

Free, helpful career programs for new grads, June 7th
Held all day on-campus during Reunion Weekend. These programs can help you focus, get started or refine a job search and network with alumni.

Go to: http://www.umassalumni.com/alumni-weekend for more info or to register. (Schedule of events).

Career Services is open all summer for new grads by appointment, so call 413-545-2224. http://www.umass.edu/careers



Updated Internship List

Posted 5/1/2014

Attached BELOW are some recently updated internships in the UMass Amherst CareerConnect database. APPLY TODAY as summer is right around the corner!

To login go to: http://www.umass.experience.com , using your OIT information. Once you have updated your profile, you can then search by employer name to find the details.

Here are some highlighted internships:

Vistaprint, (paid) Deadline: 5/8/14
UMass Medical School, (paid) Deadline: 5/8/14
Rent the Runway, Deadline: 9/16/2014


The UMass Amherst Career Services Office is located at 511 Goodell and is open from 8:30am-5pm, even in the summer. If you would like an appointment, call us at: 413-545-2224. We continue to update our listings all summer!

Interested in the corporate world, but not majoring in business?
The Fullbridge Program is a 4-week summer Bootcamp that provides tips and contacts to be successful to enter the business world with a competitive edge. One program will be held at Mount Holyoke College, June 2-27. To learn about this for-fee program go to: http://www.fullbridge.com

Free, helpful career programs for all majors/students, June 7th
Held all day on-campus during Reunion Weekend. These programs can help you focus, get started or refine a job search and network with alumni.

Go to: http://www.umassalumni.com/alumni-weekend for more info or to register. (Schedule of events). YES YOU CAN COME TO THESE!

Next year’s career fairs will be listed on our website over the summer at: http://www.umass.edu/careers

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Jobs for Students - Summer or Next Year

posted 5/1/2014

The UMass Amherst Career Services Office, 511 Goodell, has a number of jobs for students either this summer or next year.

Job descriptions are on the Student Employment (Financial Services) website. All majors or level students. Students who work in Career Services can gain an edge in meeting employers offering jobs and internships and have had excellent luck in securing great positions. Apply before you head home!

Peer Advisor – Need to be work-study eligible. Contact: Kate Allen, keallen@educ.umass.edu

Office Assistant – Need to be work-study eligible. Part-time or full-time this summer, part-time during semesters, Contact: careerservices@umass.edu

Marketing/Graphic Design Intern – Do not need to be work-study eligible, but option to earn credit. Contact: Todd Butynski, tbutynsk@umass.edu

Career Ambassador – Do not need to be work-study eligible, but option to earn credit. Contact: Mary Ellen Liseno, meliseno@umass.edu

Internship Opportunity with Homeland Security Inverstigation Pathways

Posted: 6/26/2014
The Homeland Security Investigations Pathways program is currently looking to fill open positions

Application deadline is July 1, 2014 so apply today

IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
Student Trainee (CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR)

ICE is seeking bright, innovative, results-oriented individuals to join our Pathways Internship Program in locations nationwide. The Pathways Internship Program targets students accepted for enrollment or currently enrolled in a degree-seeking program (diploma, certificate, etc.) in an accredited/qualifying educational institution, on a full or half-time basis (applicants who do not meet the definition of "student" will not be considered).

This internship is for students who can commit to working year-round. Interns may work full-time or part-time schedules. At the successful conclusion of this program, you may be eligible for non-competitive conversion to a federal career or career-conditional position as a Criminal Investigator.

The Criminal Investigator position is a law enforcement position that requires you to carry a firearm. Upon conversion you will be required to attend the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia, for a period of 22 weeks.


Who May Apply:
• Students enrolled in a degree-seeking program at an accredited/qualifying educational institution and open to all majors.

CLOSES JULY 1, 2014

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/372884200

For further information contact:

Kim Ainsworth, Executive Director
Greater Boston Federal Executive Board
Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. Federal Building
10 Causeway Street, Suite 350
Boston, MA 02222
617-565-6769

@BostonFEB #thankaNEFed