My dad is a seasoned construction project manager for large multi-family and commercial sites and may be taking on a couple projects in Raleigh and Charlotte. He's looking for an office manager that can handle paperwork and office logistics, that sort of thing. No real industry experience is even required, he can train you in all that, but he's looking for someone that has experience working with PROLOG software.
Not sure how the management schools at state work, but if you've got some experience with this and need a job, shoot me a PM. I won't drop specific numbers and pigeonhole either side but I was surprised at what he was willing to pay someone for what amounts to an entry-level position for someone with a directed associate's or more general bachelor's (though neither is required if you just know what you're doing)
As an aside, anyone know if PROLOG is taught at state in any capacity?]
4/18/2012 7:30:51 PM