jjneff at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 9 23:51:54 EDT 2001
Looking for a tech-job in buffalo is a relatively easy thing (your mileage may
I have used Computer People when I was interested in temp work and SDC. MANY
of the folks I work with now have come through SDC. Just mention John Neff and
maybe I'll get a free lunch :-o SDC really worked hard to find me something I
liked and fit my needs. Some people work for SDC and are contract to perm,
others are direct hires that SDC fits into positions.
When I was looking to leave my last employer I contacted them and they were
discreet, professional, and lined up 3 different interviews in almost no time.
THey also helped me sell myself as I have a tendency to downplay what skills I
have outside of computers.
I have worked with SDC but I am sure others here have used other companies,
just make sure they do the things I mentioned above at a minimum.
I also work with a group of people who were contracted through Kelly services.
We just recently hired to full time positions 2 people in my dept who were
temps. They have a good reputation as far as I know.
(What are you skilled in - we sometimes need folks at Praxair)
--- Carl Yost <carlyos at Buffalo.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone ;). I just wanted to ask everyone here if they knew the best
> Job Network area for Buffalo. I am looking to leave my current job, and was
> wondering if anyone had any real good luck with either job sites or
> recruiters. I haven't seem to have much luck with either, and was just
> looking fo a little advice. If I went over the boundries of what we discuss
> here, please le me know.
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