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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on March 19, 2008. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on March 19, 2008. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Customer Service Rep||Detroit, MI|
|Solutions Engineer||Fresno, CA|
|Quality Engineer||Detroit, MI|
|Operations Associate II||Richmond, VA|
|Credit Analyst II||Richmond, VA|
Is your job search starting to make you want to bang your head against the wall? Before you do that, consider purchasing (and wearing) one of Xenith’s X1 football helmets. Xenith has drawn from both medical experts and athletes to make a helmet that makes football safer for all participants. Collisions are a significant part of football, but with Xenith’s technology, the head and neck injuries that come with them don’t have to be.
Is Xenith hiring new college graduates? We’re not sure. There website doesn’t have a Careers page, and even if it did, we couldn’t link to it because their site is in Flash. Why are we talking about them? Because their product is exceptional. Moreover, they boast a couple 2006 graduates on their Management Team page, which tells us that they put a high value on young talent. This company looks especially enticing for the “retired” college athletes out there who can’t deal with sports withdrawal. This could be a perfect company to help you get your feet wet in the sports or sporting goods industries.
Speaking of wet feet… if you’re not already aware, we’re writing from poolside. Please excuse our brevity. Take it as a chance to practice your research. While we’re enjoying the sun, you can direct your cold calling/e-mailing attempts for entry-level jobs at Xenith to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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