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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on March 13, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on March 13, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Business Development Manager, Contract Logistics Support (CLS), (San Antonio, TX)||San Antonio, TX|
|Software Engineer II||Oviedo, FL|
|Controls Engineer||San Antonio, TX|
|Network and Communications Intern||Hunt Valley, MD|
|Senior / Specialist / Principal Test Engineer||Boston, MA|
|CNC Machinist - Mill||Saginaw, MI|
|Communications Intern||Slidell, LA|
|Government Property Intern- 2015||Hunt Valley, MD|
|Network/Cyber Security SME||Tampa, FL|
|2015 Intern – Marketing and Communications||Hunt Valley, MD|
About 10 years ago I walked into a random McDonald’s in upstate New York and was shocked to see that the menus were on flat screen TVs. I’d never seen that before, and this was the last place I would have expected to see it (I’m pretty sure this was a test McDonald’s or something). Today digital displays are cheap and everywhere, as they provide an easy way to communicate messages that might change over time or require interactivity. At least it’s supposed to be easy, but technology often gets in the way of itself. Industry Weapon is a Pittsburgh, PA based company that offers a platform called CommandCenterHD that makes controlling digital media simple by centralizing and organizing it.
Industry Weapon is focused on non-technical users. They make it easy for the people who control the messaging (whether they’re technical or not) to do exactly that. No matter what kind of screens (TVs, iPads, desktop computers, etc.) or what kind of media (video, text, images, RSS feeds, etc), CommandCenterHD enables people to schedule and publish content with a few simple clicks. And just in case the platform isn’t easy enough to use, Industry Weapon offers free training and support for life. The company has a few videos from clients on their home page, so I recommend that you check those out to get a better understanding of the value that they provide. If you are intrigued by what you see, take a look at Industry Weapon’s Jobs page. Right now they’re hiring a Sales Admin, Customer Support Agent, Quality Assurance Agent, Motion Graphics Animator, Software Engineer, and Windows Developer. There’s also a Brand Communication / Social Media internship that has the potential to turn into a full-time position.
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