Desjardins Is Hiring Call Centre Agents In Montreal & You Can Earn $22.90/Hour

Desjardins Is Hiring Call Centre Agents In Montreal & You Can Earn $22.90/Hour
If you've been looking for full-time work that pays a decent salary and comes with an array of benefits, then Desjardins just might be the spot for you. Desjardins is currently seeking call centre agents across Montreal and the position pays $22.90 per hour. The role is completely remote and requires practically no call centre experience. In order to be eligible for the position, Desjardins is looking for individuals who can learn with agility, appreciate differences, and be customer and action-oriented. The role also comes with some pretty sweet benefits, too!In addition to working completely remote, Desjardins also offers its employees a shift premium that is adjusted to your education and experience, meaning you could earn even more than the starting $22.90 per hour pay. Desjardins also allows its employees to access numerous employee...

ACM SIGHPC’s Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing Award: Call for Nominations

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Nominations are open for the ACM SIGHPC Emerging Woman Leader in Technical Computing (EWL/TC), a biennial award open to any woman who has engaged in HPC and technical computing research, education or practice for five to 15 years since receiving her highest degree. This ACM SIGHPC award is presented every two years during the annual SC conference. The awardee is recognized with a $2,000 cash prize, a plaque, and travel support to SC. See how to nominate for more information. Deadline: June 30. Winner selected: July 31. This international award, from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on High Performance Computing, creates a career milestone achievement, and also establishes a cohort of role models for students and professional who are just getting started in our field. The association said that new for 2021:...

Quantum Computing Scientists Call for Ethical Guidelines

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A group of quantum computing experts, including scientists and company executives, want to raise ethical concerns about the technology’s potential to create new materials for war and accelerate human DNA manipulation.Six experts are featured in a 13-minute video titled “Quantum Ethics: A Call to Action,” which goes live Monday on YouTube and the Quantum Daily, a free online source for quantum computing news. The goal of the video, which features a former quantum chief at Alphabet Inc.’s Google, is to kick off conversations with other quantum computing industry leaders about the ethical implications of the technology. “Whenever we have a new computing power, there is potential for benefit of humanity, [but] you can imagine ways that it would also hurt people,” said John Martinis, professor of...