Thursday, January 19, 2017

Education Abroad Hiring Peer Mentors and Communications Intern

Image result for education abroad umdEducation Abroad is hiring for two student positions in our office.  Below are descriptions of the positions.

EA Peer Mentor - Help other students take advantage of the #TerpsAbroad experience by sharing your study abroad story (and getting paid to do it!). Peer mentors conduct general advising, guide students towards resources for study abroad and participate in EA outreach events such as class visits, panels and presentations. Apply by January 19th. More info here

Online Communications Intern - Get involved with EA's communication strategy team. Our online communications intern will get experience managing professional social media accounts, developing new outreach campaigns and learning how to creatively market and promote student experiences. We are looking for motivated students with an interest in writing and communications. More info here

Gainesville Florida Police Department Hiring

ImageThe Gainesville Florida Police Department is actively seeking diversified candidates to serve their community.  The Gainesville Police Department will be testing applicants each month.  Please visit their website for further details regarding employment opportunities and eligibility requirements.  Current testing dates are: March 12, 2017 and April 10-12, 207 for new police officers.

To apply, please visit the City of Gainesville's Employment page .  Next, click on "Apply for Available Positions," then click on "Background Forms" and thoroughly complete the following:
  • Background Data Packet
  • Background Waiver
  • Physician Recommendation forms


Note: The City of Gainesville Human Resource department will instruct qualified candidates when to mail-in the Background forms.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Spring 2017 CCJS 418B Course Description

CCJS418B Seminar in Criminology and Criminal Justice: Cyber Investigations

Prerequisite: CCJS100, CCJS105        Th  4:00PM – 6:45PM
 
Cybercrime research has grown in visibility and importance during the last two decades. Nevertheless, despite the growing public interest in cybercrime and its consequences for businesses and individuals, only scant attention has been given in the criminological discipline to investigation and understanding of this new type of crime. The purpose of this course is to introduce students with the technical, social and legal aspects of cybercrime as well as expose students to theories and tools that enable scientific exploration of this phenomenon.

In the first few weeks of the semester we will learn about the computer and the internet, and discuss several definitions and typologies of cybercrime. Then we will discuss the hacker, the victim and the IT manger, review various theories of crime causation, and assess the relevance of these theories in the context of cyber space. We will then describe several technical tools that allow the collection of data from the Internet. We will conclude with a discussion on the legal issues affected and created by online crime.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Job Opportunity: Legal Assistant/Secretary

Image result for Law Offices of Debra A. ThomasThe Law Offices of Debra A. Thomas in Towson, MD is seeking a Legal Assistant/Secretary.  This is a small law firm with two attorneys and two staff members. The law firm primarily handles personal injury cases, as well as wills, probate, and family law. The law office is seeking a candidate with exceptional organizational skills to man the front desk. This person will open up the office, order supplies, review and scan mail, order medical records, call insurance companies to set up claims, type letters, send faxes, issue checks, answer phones, trouble shoot office problems, accounting, and type pleadings. The candidate must be able to multitask and work in a team environment. The candidate must be able to type and knowledgeable in Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel.

Job Type: Full-time
Job Location:  Towson, MD
Questions: Please contact Ms. Jada Brewer at jada@dtlawoffices.com

Ocean City Police Department Testing


Ocean City Police Department is currently hiring full-time and seasonal police officers, public safety aides, and communications operators. 


Upcoming Testing Dates:
January 7 and 8
January 28 and 29
February 18 and 19

For more information: www.Joinocpd.com

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Spring 2017 Internship: Maryland State Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy

The Maryland State Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy is accepting applications for Spring 2017 interns.  Please read the post below.  Resume and cover letters are due by 4:00 PM on Wednesday, January 25, 2017.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Job Search Boot Camp - Jan 18

Dec. 16' Graduates: You are invited to a JOB SEARCH BOOT CAMP 
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
9:30 am – 4:30 pm
(Lunch provided)

Are you a new UMD graduate (December 2016 or May 2016) who wants to submerge yourself in basic job search strategies?  Then this free workshop is for you!  Throughout the day you will:

  • discover how to identify your skills, interests and values;
  • learn how to focus your resume;
  • target positions/industries/organizations of interest to you;
  • learn the ins and outs of networking;
  • create a LinkedIn profile;
  • uncover the secrets of effective interviewing; and
  • become informed of on-campus and community resources you can utilize.

Space is limited!! Registration is required to participate, so sign-up as soon as possible at https://go.umd.edu/bootcamp 

For more information, please contact Linda LeNoir at llenoir@umd.edu, University Career Center & The President's Promise.  

Friday, January 6, 2017

Montgomery County Police Department is Hiring

Image result for montgomery county policeThe Montgomery County Police Department will be taking applications for Police Officer Candidate from Thursday, January 12, 2017 12:00 AM through Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 11:59 PM.  This will be for an academy scheduled to begin in July of 2017 (Subject to change).  All applicants for this opening must be available on Friday February 10, 2017 OR on Saturday February 11, 2017 for written testing.

You may apply by clicking this link during the open period www.montgomerycountymd.gov/careers  or the APPLY NOW button at www.joinmcp.com

  •  Click on “Search Jobs”
  • Click “Register today” on the right side of the page to create an account.  If you have applied previously, Click “login to AccessMCG Extranet” to login to your account.
  • Once you are logged into an account, click “Search Jobs”
  • Select Public Safety from the drop down and click “Go”
  • Click on the blue Name starting with IRC to the left of Police Officer Candidate
  • Click “Apply Now” in the upper right corner of that job description