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Rose International is hiring for Oakland jobs

A recruiter and job seeker shake hands at a local hiring event.
A recruiter and job seeker shake hands at a local hiring event.
Justin Sullivan

Job hunters with a desire to work in Oakland, looking for positions in fields such as human resources, accounting, finance, information technology, office administration and more will find a variety of opportunities like these at Rose International.

According to CareerBuilder, the informational technology and consulting firm, Rose International, currently has over 30 available job openings in Oakland, CA alone. Both minority and woman owned, this company values diversity and inclusiveness, as well as offers competitive compensation packages to its employees including company sponsored training and education.

Founded in 1993, this young, yet robust company operates on a global scale, straddling both a government and business client base with ties in both India and the United States. Rose International operates 50 different offices and employs over 10,000 associates.

CareerBuilder showcases a long list of exciting positions to be filled at Rose International. For example, Rose International is seeking a Graphic Artist with 3 to 5 years of experience and a bachelor’s degree. The graphic artist must be proficient in Adobe CS Software such as Illustrator, InDesign, and Dreamweaver. To apply, click here.

There are also multiple Business Analyst openings available via CareerBuilder. Those with experience in gathering requirements for information technology professionals and have an aptitude in liaising between business and technical groups should apply by clicking here.

Additionally, become a part of Rose Internationals workforce by applying as a Administrative/Clerical staff, Recruiter or Marketing Specialist. For a full view of all current job openings, visit Rose International’s career page by clicking here.

To learn more about Rose International, visit the official website.

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