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  • Project ManagerKforce Inc(St. Petersburg, Florida)

    RESPONSIBILITIES: Our client is seeking a Project Manager in St. Petersburg, Florida (FL). This role is an Infrastructure PM who will be overseeing a data center move. Duties: Ensures projects are tracked and managed from start to finish Able to get work done through employees and vendors alike Tracks, reports and communicates progress to stakeholders - eliminating potential surprises Ensures test...
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    Posted Wed 27th August

  • Assistant DirectorUniversity Of South Florida - USF(St. Petersburg, Florida)

    Assistant Director POSITION SUMMARY: This position will use best practices in digital creative and content development, integrated communications planning, development, and measurement to lead initiatives that will be used in part to improve identification of potential donors and increase engagement with key constituent groups. RESPONSIBILITIES: Creates, designs, and manages multiple complex web s...
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    Posted Thu 7th August

  • Maintenance TechnicianUniversity Of South Florida St. Petersburg(St. Petersburg, Florida)

    Maintenance Technician Job ID 5280 USF St. Petersburg Full-Time Regular Position Details Dept Number/Name: 3-5140-000 / Physical Plant College Division: USFSP-Admin and Financial Svcs Salary Plan: Staff Job Code/Title: 6466 / Maintenance Technician Hiring Salary/Salary Range: $28,000 Position Number: 00016674 ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY: Facilities Services is responsible for maintaining a safe, comfor...
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    Posted Fri 29th August

ST Petersburg Job Search Tip

Craft artists, fine artists, painters, sculptors and illustrators, as well as multi-media artists and graphic designers make up the art industry. All artists usually follow their natural talent with a degree or other training program, which gives them credibility when looking for work with a prospective employer or through self-employment. For either method, there are more available talented artists than there is demand for their work, so positions and clientele are highly coveted. Most artists begin working part-time to build their portfolio while still in school or while working at other jobs until they have enough regular work to constitute being a full-time artist.

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