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July 5, 2013

PCS Wireless: Sales Executive Account Manager, Florham Park, NJ

PCS Wireless

PCS Wireless is looking for an experienced, talented Sales Executive / Account Manager with an ability to manage new & existing accounts. Job duties & skills include ability to make cold calls, following up sales leads, managing accounts & building relationships with customers. Skills needed: goal driven individual, sales oriented, good communication skills, & a team player.

To apply, please send your MS Word resume and salary requirements to

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PCS Wireless is a wholesale distributor of Cellular devices, specializing with new, refurbished & used handsets. An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

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June 28, 2013

Zappos IP, Inc: Marketing Analyst, Las Vegas, NV


Zappos IP, Inc. is looking for a Marketing Analyst - Mobile for its Las Vegas, NV headquarters.

Why join us? Our unique culture has made Zappos IP, Inc. one of FORTUNE's 100 Best Companies to Work For 5 years straight. Find out why:

Why else? We offer an extensive benefits package for all full-time employees, including medical, dental, vision and 401k!

And . . . we're hiring like crazy right now and looking for smart, forward-thinking problem solvers to join our world-class and fairly wacky team.

Oh, and one more thing! Cover letters are cool, but do you know what's even cooler?! Show us who you are with a cover letter VIDEO! You will be able to upload one when applying for this position. (Video cover letters are not required, but if you wanna do one, we wanna see it!)

The General Idea, an online leader in footwear and apparel, is looking for a full-time marketing analyst for mobile who is self-motivated, entrepreneurial and has strong attention to detail. The position requires a minimum of 3 years direct working experience in technical marketing and/or mobile space.

This position will also include but is not limited to the following responsibilities:
• Tackle tracking and measurement challenges between app, m. and www. for all mobile devices.
• Universal ID - track users cross multiple devices and use to inform our revenue attribution.
• Measurement between browser and app
• Using data to inform the most effective way to generate traffic to mobile and using this to influence the mobile product roadmap.
• Work with channel managers to conduct regular tests including:
• Conditional redirects
• Value of a download
• Baffin experiments to improve CR
• Deep linking
• Live within Direct marketing
• Have a dotted line to all managers
• Serve as a liaison to the mobile team and sit on the mobile steering committee.
• Aid in strategy to drive acquisition and improve retention.
• Should have strong technical base and with understanding of channel structure and interplay.

Required Skills:
• At least 3 years of technical marketing experience.
• Very strong organization, problem solving, and intrapersonal skills.
• Proactive and able to develop rapport and positive working relationships with co-workers and account executives.
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize various projects.
• Strong negotiation skills.
• Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word.
• Understanding of APIs, feeds and pixels.
• Experience with mobile technology.
• Familiarity with exchanges and networks.
• Experience with feed creation, optimization and filtering.

Apply online:

Zappos IP, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and drug free workplace.

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June 21, 2013

What Do I Do About Gaps In My Resume?

What do I do about gaps in my resume?
By Carl Schumacher

Gaps in your resume are definitely an issue. Have you ever met a women or man that was really hot but when the smiled they had a gap in their teeth you could fit a cigar in? No matter how great the rest of the package is that gap is all you can stare at. So when you think of your resume you should look at it in the same light

There are several types of gaps that can occur on your resume. A few of the most common include "the out of work gap", "the tried a different career gap" and "the I had to handle a personal situation (death, birth or sabbatical to find myself with the monks in Asia) gap".

In this current economy for example, there are huge amounts of people who are, or were, out of work for several months. Some people have been out of work so long that they have to extend their unemployment way past the normal amount. Here are some ways to address handling gaps like these in your resume.

Remove the months from your resume.

If you lost your job in February of 2009 and now it is November of 2010, to say that you worked from 2006 - 2009 looks a whole lot better than saying you have been out of work since February 2009. In fact it is almost a year better. Now some would say this is lying, and certainly some HR types would certainly find this infuriating, as this is info they want to know before talking to you so they can screen you out.

So this brings us to the first and most important rule of resume writing.

Rule #1: Always remember that your resume is a marketing piece.

It is meant to make you look good. If you go on a first date do you tell your date about your crazy uncle who thinks he is an Avocado? Yes, eventually, but not on the first date! In some cases on your resume it is alright to omit something that makes your look bad. But a minor omission is very different then a lie. A lie would be saying that you had an MBA when you never went to college. Beside the fact that it is unethical and wrong, it is stupid to do so as it will definitely bite you in the butt if your potential employer were to find out.

A minor omission would be more something that would not get you fired on your first week when the found out the truth, but might cause your interviewer to ask you about it when they interviewed you. AH HA! Let me repeat that again: "when they interviewed you"! That brings us to Rule #2.

Rule #2: The purpose of your resume is to get you an interview.

So now that you have an interview, as long as you have a good answer to why you omitted the months from you resume like that jerk Carl the Wireless Executive Recruiter blogger told me to do it. Then at least you are being interviewed and no longer a piece of paper, but an actual living breathing person who has a shot at getting the job before being deleted or crumbled in the trash.

Create a consulting business.

Now this is truly a great way to fill a gap and probably the most often used method I know. But I have to say most of the people fall short in the presentation.

Here is a typical example:

Bob's Consulting
2009 - Current

I was the owner of Bob's consulting where I did lots of IT, Telephony and important stuff for many companies. Underneath this he writes a half a page at how great he was & all the cool things he did for 10 years at the fortune 500 job he got laid off at. So what's wrong with this? Here comes Rule # 3

Rule #3: Sell it baby! If you don't who will?

There is nothing wrong with putting Bob's consulting on your resume, though when you started it you might have been a little more creative than that with the name. But if that's what it is, then here's what you do.

Write a paragraph that sells the crap out of Bob's Consulting. Make it sound like you were saving the world. Use bullet points & underlines and all the fancy things you did with your fortune 500 job. Don't write it as an afterthought to just put something on the page to fill the gap. Sell it baby like it means something!

Paint the best picture you can.

I recently coached a candidate for an interview that will illustrate this point. He was desperate for the job. Flat broke and his lack of finances was severally impacting his personal life and even his survival. He had been out of work for almost 2 years! So we role played the night before and one of the questions I asked him was what have you been doing for the last 2 years?

His answer was "I have been doing some part time consulting when I can, it doesn't pay much, but at least I am surviving." Wrong answer!

What I coached him to say was: "The market has been very tough and a lot of the roles I saw available for someone at my level were opportunities with companies I did not believe in. Rather than taking a job with a company I knew I would not be happy at and would probably be short lived, I did some consulting until the right job came along. And this is that right job." He applied the same attitude to all his answers and is happily work at his new job now!

Now on your resume where you have a gap you can say something like from 2009 - current after a massive company layoff I took some time to spend renovating my house and getting to know my wife and children better. I am now ready to get back to a fulfilling career. Something like this is definitely better than leaving a gap.

If you leave a gap you can bet someone will be thinking you were just drinking beer in your underwear and watching Judge Judy.

Hmmm... I have to go now. I am out of Bud and I need to pick some more up to get back to the show before she gives the final verdict!

Carl Schumacher - Career Coach, Executive & Technical Recruiter

March 29, 2013

Dynamic Software Solutions: QA Analyst Telecom, St. Louis, MO

Dynamic Software Solutions

Search Firm: Dynamic Software Solutions
Job Title: QA Analyst- With Telecom Background (Must)
Duration: 3 + Month Contract to Hire
Citizenship: Need Green or US Citizen
Location: St. Louis, MO

• 5+ Years of experience in working as a QA Manual tester.
• Experience working for Telecom domain clients.
• Must have good working knowledge with Quality Center.
• Should be very good in QA concepts and SDLC and Agile methodologies.
• Should be good with SQL queries.
• Should be good in requirement analysis and generating test artifacts from requirements docs.
• Should be good with Manual Test Execution.
• Should be good in communication both verbal and written.

If interested in this role please forward your MS Word resume and salary requirements to:

Anuj Choudhary| Dynamic Software Services, Inc.|
766 Sutter Street #13, San Francisco, CA- 94109 |
Office: 248-212-0104 Fax: 415-520-5437| | |
Yahoo IM:
LinkedIn ID:

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March 14, 2013

Antenna Systems 2013, Green Valley Ranch Resort & Spas, Las Vegas, NV

Antenna Systems 2013
December 12-13 • Las Vegas, NV

Antenna Systems 2013 brings the industry together to evaluate new market opportunities, implement new technologies and discover future applications and technical developments. This symposium, taking place December 12-13 in Las Vegas, NV, will have four tracks to address the antenna market including Antenna Design, Integration & Manufacturing, 4G Developments & Insights, Emerging & Growth Applications, and Supporting Technology & Integration. Each track is designed to cover the latest advancements in the applications, technology, materials, and economic development of antennas and antenna systems.

MobileWirelessJobs Members/Subscribers receive a discounted registration rate of $450.
- Use registration code VEGAS when registering. Register Here.

Antenna Systems 2013 addresses the information needs of these professionals:

- OEMs whose products incorporate antennas: Design engineers, CTOs, advanced technology strategists and analysts with manufacturers who integrate antennas into their products. Serving development professionals whose products depend upon state-of-the art wireless communications technology for optimal and competitive performance.
- Carriers & Operators of Communication Systems: Engineering, technical and operations professionals responsible for communication systems that utilize 4G, LTE, WiMAX, MIMO, WLAN, DAS and other wireless services and technologies. Serving system design, service, test and operations professionals.
- Manufacturers of Antennas & Communications Equipment: Engineering, management, market development and technical professionals with manufacturers of antennas and wireless communications products such as embedded, mini RFID, nanoscale, femtocells, wireless power and near-field communication antennas.
- Suppliers of Components, Materials, Design & Integration Services, Test Equipment


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