Skagit Indian Tribe (USIT or “The Tribe”) is requesting a Statement of
Qualifications (SOQ) from businesses qualified to provide professional services
for custom database development and start-up support related to the Tribe’s
Natural Resources Department project “Relational Database in support of Fish and
Fish Habitat Assessment, Monitoring, and Restoration”. The department currently
has databases which utilize Microsoft Access and the intent is to build this new
database using MS Access for continuity and possible future integration of
existing data. The Tribe intends to continue to use this architecture for this
and future databases.
Temporary Position in Renton -- Access and Excel Expertise Required (Nov 2013)
Designs, programs, tests, implements, documents and maintains computing applications. Gathers and evaluates end user requirements. Writes and compiles code and constructs database objects based on documented design and analyzes information to determine architecture specifications, parameters for software compatibility, application security needs and other application architecture requirements. Modifies or upgrades applications to maintain software functionality. Identifies and resolves programming or application architecture problems. Reviews system performance and identifies and recommends improvements.
Approximately a 4 month position in Renton, day shift, with a pay $50+/hour. Reply PROMPTLY -- start date TBD.
Contact Jessica Giese at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in position. (and let Teresa know!)
Check Out My Cards – one of the fastest growing companies in the area (Sept 2012)
Congratulations TIM GETSCH!!!! Former Program Manager on the Microsoft Access team. For years, we enjoyed Tim's participation at the SAG and PNWADG meetings. His expertise and enthusiasm and inspired and encouraged us to expand our horizons -- which is exactly what Tim did.
He started a company to trade sports cards online -- using Access, of course!
It is a HUGE success, in fact Tim's company is one of growing companies in the Seattle area. Wahhhoooooo!!
He has immediate openings for all levels of experience –
software development, shipping, processing, and more.
Visit their job posting site
Seeking Access Developer toAssist local Access developer with Various Projects (July 2012)
The current project is a budgeting database for a department at a major university. It will also have some forecasting and scenario utilities, reporting, and payroll management tools, too. It is not that complicated, but it is a lot of work (40 hours).
Occasional Project Work * GAIN
EXPOSURE * BUILD CREDENTIALS
Good luck with your job search.