Quadrint, Inc759 positions
Quadrint is seeking a strong ETL developer to aid in migrating the customers data from the legacy HR systems to the new product line.
Quadrint is seeking an IT Recruiter who will be responsible for finding qualified professionals to fill Quadrint’s open billets in a timely manner.
Serve as a key member of the Infor team, to execute all technical tasks of a major data conversion from multiple legacy systems to a new HR system.
Review current NGA/R programs to determine what KCs and Portfolios might be good candidates to provide continued program development.
Prior experience in technical government contracting recruiting Desired Qualifications: Experience using the CATS applicant tracking system.
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