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Cascadia Global Security LLC: Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCBellevue, WA
Cascadia Global Security is on a mission to deliver the highest quality security and investigative services to our clients. Cascadia Global Security is on a mission to deliver the highest quality security and investigative services to our clients.
Cascadia Global Security LLC: Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCVancouver, WA
We are seeking a Recruiter.
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Summary A Senior Business Analyst in our R&D organization is responsible for understanding the NextGen product family for which the position supports.
We have an opportunity in Raleigh, NC for a Business Analyst with the desire to occupy a very high profile/impact position.
Cascadia Global Security LLC: Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCEverett, WA
We are seeking a Recruiter.
Cascadia Global Security LLC: Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCTacoma, WA
We are seeking a Recruiter.
Cascadia Global Security LLC: Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCSeattle, WA
We are seeking a Recruiter.
Cascadia Global Security LLC: Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCSpokane, WA
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Cascadia Global Security LLC: Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCKent, WA
We are seeking a Recruiter.
Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCNorth Bend, WA
Our ideal candidate will be a recent college graduate with a bachelors degree in business, finance, economics, accounting, mathematics, computer science, or related field. Cascadia Global Security (CGS) is a veteran owned security services company in the Pacific Northwest.
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Cascadia Global Security LLC: Recruiter / Business Analyst
Cascadia Global Security LLCRenton, WA
We are seeking a Recruiter/Business Analyst to help guide us in our mission. · Strong knowledge of MS office· Four-year college degree (desired; not required)In addition to the duties outlined above, this position will be responsible for supporting Cascadia Global Security with additional operational activities in the Washington region as outlined by your Regional Operations Manager and Director.

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