Raytheon Missiles & Defense, a Raytheon Technologies business, is offering sign-on bonuses up to $50,000 for engineering and some finance roles onsite at the company’s Tucson location. For eligible finance positions, sign-on bonuses are available for those who have an active security clearance. For engineers, sign-on bonuses are available to those hired into qualified roles, regardless of current clearance status. However, bonus amounts are higher for individuals with active security clearances.
InBusiness PHX SciTech Institute, an organization focused on enhancing and promoting the value and importance of STEM education, is pleased to announce it has partnered with global technology distributor and solutions provider, Avnet, Inc., to expand the footprint of SciTech’s Chief Science Officers (CSO) program to new locations in the U.S. and international. Avnet is investing in […]
Phoenix Business Journal Joyce Mullen was looking forward to taking some time off after 21 years at Dell Technologies, but the break didn’t last long. “I had a plan to take off six months or a year, and then after about two months, my husband said, ‘This is not working for me, you have to […]
Whether it’s your internal process with HR, or your external process with your staffing partner, communication and efficiency are key to winning talent. Finding the right candidate is tough enough these days, so it’s critical that when you do, you’re prepared to move quickly. While there’s no foolproof method, following a few key steps at the start of the process will ensure greater success for all involved.
ASU News Digital skills have long been in the spotlight at Arizona State University as the institution prepares its students for the future workforce, and ongoing efforts between ASU and industry leaders ensure that Sun Devils have access to state-of-the-art digital platforms. One such established long-term partnership has been with Salesforce. As of today, ASU […]
At the University of Advancing Technology, we love to catch up with our alumni and see where their careers are taking them. We were glad to hear from Alessandra Caballero, an international student and familiar face around the commons. Read on to find out what she’s up to and hear her advice for other students.
The University of Advancing Technology (UAT) is made up of smart, innovative students with big goals and the passion to achieve them. At UAT, we like to highlight our students and their achievements. This month, we talked with student Mawadda Abuhamda about her studies, interests, and what it’s like to be a women in STEM. Check out our interview with Mawadda to learn more about how and why she chose a degree in technology!
To support the growing semiconductor industry’s employment needs and welcome diverse talent into the technical workforce, Maricopa Community Colleges and Intel Corporation have announced enrollment is now open for a new semiconductor manufacturing Quick Start program at Mesa Community College (MCC). The accelerated two-week program prepares students for a rewarding career as a semiconductor technician with hands-on learning from industry experienced Intel employees as instructors.
Axon, the Scottsdale company that makes the Taser and other technologies for public safety, has big plans for (Nasdaq: AXON) plans to hire at least 400 people in Scottsdale, including a slew of new software engineers, said Elizabeth Hart, senior vice president of people operations at Axon.
Every year, students from across the county come together in school gyms and auditoriums to take part in VEX Robotics competitions, hoping for a spot in the world championships. The events give STEM students a chance to put their innovative skills to the test and are held by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation (REC), which is the largest international middle and high school robotics program.