The Select Group Jobs in Charlotte
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SALES - ACCOUNT MANAGER with HIGH GROWTH COMPANY!! Immediate Openings Apply Now! We are hiring entry-level sales professionals to join our award-winning team. Ideal sales candidates are self-motivated, driven and competitive individuals who have great interpersonal communication skills. Apply now for openings in our Raleigh, Charlotte, Greensboro, D.C, San Diego, Boston, and Toronto Offices. As me...
USER EXPERIENCE ANALYST USER EXPERIENCE ANALYST – PERMANENT OPPORTUNITY IN CHARLOTTE, NC!! The Select Group is seeking a Senior User-Experience Analyst to play a key role in shaping the vision of an evolving generation of our client’s advisor workstation and technology platforms. This position will manage the tactical execution of the vision, strategy and delivery against goals for the user experi...
SENIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER - DOCUMENTUM SENIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER – PERMANENT OPPORTUNITY IN CHARLOTTE NC!! The Select Group is seeking a Senior Software Developer who is part of a team that is responsible for developing and delivering high-performance, scalable and innovative applications. The candidate should be able to work cooperatively with cross-functional teams with minimal direction from ma...
SENIOR ETL SOFTWARE DEVELOPER – PERMANENT OPPORTUNITY IN CHARLOTTE, NC!! The Select Group is looking for a senior ETL developer with experience in designing and developing ETL solutions using Informatica and SSIS. The Candidate should also have extensive experience in database development using SQL Server. The candidate must have more than 5 years of ETL development experience and 7+ years of over...
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