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Posts tagged “New jobs”

10:59 a.m. Wednesday

Premium Lock 2,000 jobs to fill: Seekers, employers match up at Tech Out job fair

Big names, like Allscripts and DeutscheBank Global Technology, sat alongside up-and-comers like Ansible, growing companies like Dude Solutions and Bronto, and newcomers like Avalara. All of the companies were vying for talent ranging from developers to marketers, and everything in between. And hundreds of applicants showed up. What do employers want? And what are workers looking for? WRAL TechWire Insider Ann Revell offers an exclusive report with plenty of answers.

Bronto roars at Tech Out Triangle job fair Bronto roars at Tech Out Triangle job fair

Updated 6:27 a.m. Wednesday

Massive SAS building, more jobs reflect Goodnight's enduring loyalty to home state

Jim Goodnight runs the world's largest privately held software company with more than $3 billion in revenues and operations from China to Latin America. Yet the billionaire founder of SAS continues to invest in jobs and in facilities at the company's Cary headquarters. On Tuesday, he unveiled the latest building - a massive structure named "Q" - and he talked about more jobs. So why build in N.C.? There are many reasons, perhaps none more than old-fashion loyalty.

Updated 5:25 p.m. Tuesday

Tech sector job fair features thousands of opportunities

Thousands of jobs were on offer Tuesday at the North Carolina Technology Association's job fair.

2:55 p.m. Tuesday

#WTWTrends for Tuesday: #ComeTechOutNC, Triangle Tuesdays, #ASTC2014 Trending in the Triangle

Trending in the Triangle Trending in the Triangle: Get the pulse of technology in the Triangle with the best in local technology, venture, biotech, and life science news on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014 as curated by @WRALTechWire.

Updated 7:57 a.m. Tuesday

Job hunting? Companies looking to hire more than 2,000 at Triangle tech fair

Help wanted    More than 2,000 high-tech positions will be available at the "Come Tech Out" jobs fair on Tuesday morning in Raleigh. A who's who list of Triangle technology companies and others are looking to fill scores of openings across a wide range of skill sets and experience levels.

Updated October 14

Premium Lock Father knows best? My 2 daughters learn plenty at Triangle Startup Weekend: Women

WRAL TechWire Insider columnist Joe Procopio takes his nine-year-old twin daughters to Triangle Startup Weekend: Women for some inspiration. So did it work? Are they on track to become future entrepreneurs? Insider subscribers can find out.

Joe Procipio's daughters sign up for Startup Weekend Joe Procipio's daughters sign up for Startup Weekend

October 10

Should NC go after new auto plant? Incentives are at core of debate

Tax incentives Analysis: Given the economic benefits a new auto plant would bring, it seems like courting one for North Carolina is a "no-brainer." So what's the issue? The issue is the "I" word - incentives. In today's competitive economic environment, it is unlikely an auto factory will come to a state without being provided incentives.

Updated October 3

Drug firm Patheon adding 488 jobs in Greenville expansion

Help wanted sign  Patheon, a provider of pharmaceutical-related services, is expanding its drug manufacturing plant in Greenville and will add 488 jobs as part of the project. The company is receiving tax incentives as part of the deal.

October 3

Durham drug firm Argos to add 230 jobs, gets $9.5M in incentives

One of North Carolina's most high-profile homegrown life science companies, Argos Therapeutics, is about to build a 100,000-square-foot state-of-the-art biomanufacturing facility in the Research Triangle Park.

Architect's rendering shows planned 100,000-square-foot Argos biomanufacturing facility in RTP. Architect's rendering shows planned 100,000-square-foot Argos biomanufacturing facility in RTP.

Updated October 2

Premium Lock How to recruit talent: Selling your company to potential employees

How do you recruit these days? In this environment, where talent is king and startups are plenty, it really is a job seeker's market for those who have the skills and the experience to help us do what we do. So here's first-hand advice from WRAL TechWire Insider Joe Procopio, who also is vice president of product development at fast-growing Automated Insights in Durham.

Here's a recruiting tool: View of the Bulls from AI's office Here's a recruiting tool: View of the Bulls from AI's office

September 30

Pearl Therapeutics expanding, adding jobs in Durham

IT jobs Pearl Therapeutics, a California-based respiratory drug development subsidiary of AstraZeneca, is hiring and expanding its Durham operations.

September 30

RTP happenings: 'Reverse' job fair, Internet of Things meetup

Tech Jobs Under the Big Top More than 80 open jobs will be available Tuesday evening at the Big Top Reverse Job Fair in Durham. Meanwhile, advocates for the emerging Internet of Things will gather in Raleigh.

Updated September 25

Career changers take the leap at Durham code school

In Durham, students immerse themselves in programming, training for an intense three months at The Iron Yard Academy, a boot-camp style code school.

September 19

Premium Lock Is Charlotte really the Silicon Valley of the South?

Leaders from across the Queen City are gathering today for the Charlotte Chamber's "Technology Summit" at which it is sharing new jobs data that shows the region is "no doubt ... quickly making a name for itself."

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Updated September 18

Premium Lock Tech outsourcing firm HCL adding 1,237 jobs in Cary

HCL Technologies will add some 1,237 jobs at its operations in Cary after signing an agreement with the state of North Carolina to includes nearly $20 million in tax incentives and grant money.

Updated September 18

Premium Lock Federal government pouring $55M into 39 NC solar, renewable energy projects

North Carolina's solar and renewable power industry is getting a big boost from the federal government. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack discloses support for 39 projects in the state worth more than $55 million during a visit to Bunn today. Meanwhile, President Obama in Washington is unveiling plans to train 50,000 vets for solar jobs.

September 15

Premium Lock AvidXchange to add 603 tech jobs in Charlotte

Information Technology    AvidXchange, a fast-growing provider of automated payment processes, plans to more than double the size of its work force, the company says. Gov. Pat McCrory announced the news and a state tax incentive worth more than $7.5 million if all the jobs promised are created.

September 12

Premium Lock NC high-tech job market stable; more openings expected this fall

The latest high-tech job openings report for North Carolina shows a slight gain in the daily average of vacant IT positions in August. But the better news is that the IT Job Trends report forecasts an expected improvement in hiring this fall.

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September 9

Premium Lock Amazon posts job openings for first N.C. distribution center

Amazon.com    Amazon is apparently planning to open a distribution center in Concord, N.C., based on job openings posted on its corporate website. The company has yet to confirm a decision, but media reports says a deal is near.

Updated September 5

Premium Lock Charles Hayes goes to Washington: What I learned at the White House

Charles Hayes, CEO of the Research Triangle Regional Partnership, recently went to the White House to participate in an economic development forum. WRAL TechWire asked Hayes to share with our readers just what he learned. And it was a lot.

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