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Company hires for IT jobs in Vegas

Monday, May 28th, 2012

Instant Checkmate is expanding and planning on hiring for IT jobs in Vegas.

The background check data provider back end Web developers, a split testing front end design specialist, a human resources director and front end Web designers. These are for the company’s San Diego office.

For its Vegas office, the company wants to hire customer service reps.

The company said the hiring plans are a part of carrying out its growing vision.

The company also recently launched a company blog as well as began offering a new service, reverse phone lookup.

Instant Checkmate supplies results from local criminal records and federal state, public records, private databases and sex offender registries.

“Instant Checkmate keeps on growing and in order to carry out our vision, we must have a supportive, hard working staff to push us forward,” said Kristen Bright, Instant Checkmate spokeswoman.

Vegas hospitality jobs flourish

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

A new poll finds that Vegas is the number one destination for travelers during Memorial Day weekend, a draw that is sure to pour money into the economy and add much-needed Vegas hospitality jobs.

Priceline.com’s annual survey of the Top 50 destinations for the holiday found that Las Vegas’s North Strip area is the top destination for travelers over Memorial Day 2012.

Chicago came in second.

The list is based on actual hotel room booking requests made by priceline.com Name Your Own Price hotel service customers for the upcoming holiday period.

“Average summer airfares are the highest we’ve seen in a decade,” said priceline.com’s in-house Travel Ekspert Brian Ek. “So it’s not surprising to see travelers opting for the more affordable destinations where average summer airfares are down versus last year. For example, the average Las Vegas summer airfare is down 3.3%, while Chicago is down 4.4%, New York’s JFK is down 3.4%, and San Francisco is down 3.4%.”

Priceline said that international travel for Memorial Day 2012 was down compared to last year, with Paris being the only overseas destination to make the list. Ironically, after experiencing a travel boost following last year’s Royal Wedding, and with the Olympics coming up in July, London failed to crack this year’s top 50.

Company could be creating IT jobs in Vegas

Sunday, May 13th, 2012

DynTek said this week it is expanding and hiring for customer service jobs in Boston, which could mean in the future it may hiring for IT jobs in Vegas as well.

The company has offices in Albany, NY; New York City, NY; Mt. Laurel, NJ; Tallahassee, FL; Las Vegas, NV; and Newport Beach, CA.

DynTek is a provider of professional technology services to mid-market companies, such as state and local governments, educational institutions and commercial entities in the largest IT markets nationwide.

The company is supported by a sales, technical and customer service team based in Boston.

Brian Zeno, District Sales Manager, said , “Our team has strong customer relationships in this area, which will be greatly enhanced by DynTek’s top medallion partner relationships, deep technical expertise and resources and national reputation. We look forward to contributing to DynTek’s growth objectives.”

“We have been successful in hiring a team of established, seasoned sales and technical professionals with a strong presence in Boston and greater New England,” said Ron Ben-Yishay, DynTek’s chief executive officer. “The team has expansive experience working within the healthcare, commercial and government sectors, which is a strategic fit within our East Coast operations. We expect this investment to yield immediate results and be accretive to our revenue and net income objectives.”