RIP Philo

Software Intern needed

Intern needed for unpaid internship.

The ideal candidate will have 10+ years experience in all of the following skill sets:

* C#
* C=c++
* Python
* .Net
* MongoDB
* VMWare
* Visual Basic
* Fortran

No relocation.

Qualified applicants only please apply by...
Permalink Reality Check 
June 13th, 2018 3:32pm
I’ve got some COBOL, is that any good?
Permalink Scott Adams 
June 13th, 2018 3:33pm
Intern needed for unpaid internship.

Candidate must have at least 10 years experience in the following disiplines:

* C++ (both .Net and MFC)
* Visual Basic
* Machine Control
* High-speed Data Acquisition
* Gamma-Ray Spectrometry
* ORTEC® Connections A11-BW toolkit
* VMWare
* InstallShield
* Experience in multiple phases of the SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle).
* Verification and Validation Testing experience.
* Windows Mobile development experience

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is generally seated at a desk, but will also be required to work in laboratory and production environments, including lifting loads of up to 100 pounds.
Permalink Reality Check 
June 13th, 2018 3:37pm
What is this ?

Generic wow lots of requirements complaint?
Permalink small Dog 
June 13th, 2018 7:42pm
No, it's a discussion of the huge number of ads on sites now for generic "intern" needed for unpaid "experience" plus requirement of 10+ years in very specific technologies.

By filtering out the 99.5% of ads on a major site that were placed/reposted by recruitment agencies I found the .5% that mention the name of the company.

Of these, nearly all were for unpaid internships with long lists of requirements.

Why is this? It's because recruitment agencies don't repost unpaid "opportunities" since there's no commission. So recruiters are an effective filter for the unpaid jobs.
Permalink Reality Check 
June 13th, 2018 8:00pm
Fuck! I would have qualified for your first list if it would not have mongodb.
Permalink Random Lurker 
June 13th, 2018 8:06pm
Most big companies will use recruiters, because it lets them filter for things like "too old".  Can't sue if you don't know who the actual client company is.

Also, lazy hiring managers would rather have 5-10 resumes of mostly qualified people, than read through 1000 applications themselves.  The problem is that the headhunters are all filtering on the same criterion, removing both the complete losers and the hidden gems/bargains.
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June 13th, 2018 9:17pm

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