Goojers with job opportunities

Discover Bank seems to always be hiring IT people. Not sure what you're looking for but a quick search found this listing for Sr Manager Information Security it says Riverwoods, but pretty much any position can be remote nowadays with Discover, and we also have a center in Phoenix as well. If you're interested in any of the postings let me know, and I can send you a referral.

The company I work for, MaxMind is hiring again. All positions are remote (previously that was optional, but we've ditched our office completely now). We are hiring anywhere in Canada, and in CA, FL, LA, MN, NV, NY State (excluding New York City and Yonkers), NC, OR, PA, TX, WA in the United States.

The US restrictions are based on where you work, not where you live, and in the past we've had folks who were near a border commute to some sort of office setup in a state we hire in. I don't think we guarantee that though.

Partnerships Manager - no beginning salary listed unfortunately

Sales Development Representative - salary range starts at $60,000 USD

Senior Software Engineer - salary range starts at $135k USD or $165k CAD

Senior Web Developer/Engineer - salary range starts at $140k USD or $172k

Strategic Controller - salary range starts at $135k (USD I assume)

As always I'm happy to answer any questions I can about working at MaxMind. There are plenty of things I like about working here that could also be true at other companies, but one rare and maybe even unique aspect is the purpose of the company, which is to generate money for charitable purposes. More than 60% of profits are donated to charities. We stopped listing the charities publicly, but the focus tends to be split between animal rights and reproductive health and rights. (Concern over attacks related to the latter was the cause of no longer listing specifics).

For anyone who is looking. A job finally posted for my team. G-ville is a bastion of socially just sanity with wonderful people. Can't say enough about where I work, too. The culture and everybody there are amazing. It would need to be local, but 100% remote within 6 months as long as you're somewhere in Florida (UF/UF Health is a state institution which comes with that rule). You'd be working with several level 3's including me on a team which does not hire often because, well, folks are happy. I'm also happy to answer questions.

https://shands.careers.ufhealth.org/...

Title: UNIX Systems Admin L2 | Systems Software Support
Location: Gainesville, FL
Schedule: Full-Time

(These are hourly rates, but it's a FT salaried position. They are exceedingly fair about assessing experience and paying fairly for this area.)
Minimum Pay Rate - Hourly: $35.01
Midpoint Pay Rate - Hourly: $46.26

Oh, hey! We're looking for someone on my IT team (offices in SF and SLC/Sandy, but remote OK), as a Tier 2 or 3 position, specializing in Jamf admin, preferably with Linux server admin experience.

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3...

Pay rate varies based on location, and I don't really know how our Jobvite setup works, but it seems to check out with what I expect based on Glassdoor salary results for "Jamf administrator" by region (highish 5 figures to lowish 6 figures).

Should we send our resumes to you? How do we contact you?

wordsmythe wrote:

Pay rate varies based on location

Does the expected quality of work vary by location too?

LeapingGnome wrote:
wordsmythe wrote:

Pay rate varies based on location

Does the expected quality of work vary by location too?

I don't have any say on this, but I'm with you. If it means anything, pay rates are based on the market and CoL in suburban Utah, and mostly scale upward based on higher rates for both of those elsewhere.

fangblackbone wrote:

Should we send our resumes to you? How do we contact you?

Referral link is probably the fastest way to get into the system as a referral, but if anyone wants to start off with an informational/cultural interview, PM me here, you can get me at EHanson at Castlight Health.

I applied using that link and mentioned your name at the end of the application. (How did you hear about this position?)
I PMed you to set up a time to talk whenever you are available. Thanks!

For Canadians, the federal government is currently recruiting Patent Examiners in the Electrical Engineering division.

As a patent examiner myself (in a different division), if you have any questions, hit me up.

mudbunny wrote:

For Canadians, the federal government is currently recruiting Patent Examiners in the Electrical Engineering division.

As a patent examiner myself (in a different division), if you have any questions, hit me up.

What's the weirdest patent you ever had to examine?

Mixolyde wrote:
mudbunny wrote:

For Canadians, the federal government is currently recruiting Patent Examiners in the Electrical Engineering division.

As a patent examiner myself (in a different division), if you have any questions, hit me up.

What's the weirdest patent you ever had to examine?

There is an oil they used to use on some Lays chips, until they discovered that eating too many of them resulted in, well, oiling up your intestinal system, so they decided to (try to) repackage it for use in preparing people for colonoscopies.

It's sorta like how Viagra was discovered. It was originally being tested for lowering blood pressure. It did. Except for one...specific...spot.

mudbunny wrote:
Mixolyde wrote:
mudbunny wrote:

For Canadians, the federal government is currently recruiting Patent Examiners in the Electrical Engineering division.

As a patent examiner myself (in a different division), if you have any questions, hit me up.

What's the weirdest patent you ever had to examine?

There is an oil they used to use on some Lays chips, until they discovered that eating too many of them resulted in, well, oiling up your intestinal system, so they decided to (try to) repackage it for use in preparing people for colonoscopies.

It's sorta like how Viagra was discovered. It was originally being tested for lowering blood pressure. It did. Except for one...specific...spot.

Sometimes I double my cialis dosage and call it "hammertime."

Mixolyde wrote:
mudbunny wrote:
Mixolyde wrote:
mudbunny wrote:

For Canadians, the federal government is currently recruiting Patent Examiners in the Electrical Engineering division.

As a patent examiner myself (in a different division), if you have any questions, hit me up.

What's the weirdest patent you ever had to examine?

There is an oil they used to use on some Lays chips, until they discovered that eating too many of them resulted in, well, oiling up your intestinal system, so they decided to (try to) repackage it for use in preparing people for colonoscopies.

It's sorta like how Viagra was discovered. It was originally being tested for lowering blood pressure. It did. Except for one...specific...spot.

Sometimes I double my cialis dosage and call it "hammertime."

U Can't Touch This?

2 Legit 2 Quit

Not me, but a friend is looking for a programmer.

Here are the job details:

I am looking for a programmer who can modify/fix the current scoring software for the National and Regionals (excel based) or come up with a different one which will work. We've had a program, but it tends to be buggy and needs some help. I am really looking for someone with Barn Hunt experience, even better someone who has been to the National and to Regionals (I know, that's a big ask). There are some scoring differences between Regionals and the National but those should be fairly easy to accommodate.

I work with a team that is looking for a B2B Marketing Manager. If this looks like a possible fit, please dm me and I can connect you with my contact. At this time, due to wanting to not crossing the work/life streams I would prefer not to name or label the company publicly in this thread for personal reasons, however I'm willing to share that freely with any potential or promising candidate privately. If you know someone who may be a good fit that isn't part of the forums, please DM me and I'll provide direct contact information for that as well. The position is based out of New York City, NY but open to remote if candidates are a good fit.

We are a small, nimble, and collaborative team. We are looking for a thinker / doer to fill our B2B Marketing Manager role. The Marketing Manager will partner with the Chief Engagement Officer to build marketing and engagement strategies to grow our audience, deepen our relationships and capture leads to drive revenue. The Marketing Manager will then drive the execution, measurement, and optimization of the strategies and campaigns.

The Marketing Manager will be responsible for:
-Developing marketing strategies, campaigns, and systems to help us reach our long-term business goals and marketing objectives; will lead our B2B engagement efforts
-Determining specific marketing deliverables to execute the strategy
-Defining the user journey and sequence of marketing activities; creating systems to deploy and customize user journeys at scale
-Coordinating and managing the execution of the strategy; partnering with the broader marketing team to create and deploy program campaign assets
-Measuring and reporting on performance; monitoring and analyzing overall engagement data
Identifying strategic weaknesses and implementing improvements

The successful candidate should have a balance of strategic vision and strong executional and analytical skills. A highly organized, proactive “utility” player will be poised for success in this role.

Qualifications
-BA/BS degree in marketing, or related field
-+5 years of marketing experience, preferably in the financial industry
-Marketing experience across owned, earned and paid media channels
-Dedicated experience running demand generation programs
-Expertise with engagement platforms such as HubSpot – and internal collaboration tools (Microsoft Office 365)
-Knowledge of Google Analytics, Tableau or other performance and analytic platforms
-Organized and detail oriented in day-to-day, with the ability to plan ahead
-Ability to manage cross-functional relationships
-Strong attention to detail and high quality of work

Benefits
-Full-Time employment
-Remote and/or in person
-Competitive salary
-Insurance (health, dental, vision, disability, and life)
-401(k) with employee matching
-Paid vacation and sick leave

Amoebic wrote:

preferably in the financial industry

I knew it. You work for evil incarnate Goldman Sachs. Muahahaha ;P

fangblackbone wrote:
Amoebic wrote:

preferably in the financial industry

I knew it. You work for evil incarnate Goldman Sachs. Muahahaha ;P

HA. HAHAHA. oh god. thankfully not!

Anyone want in on a rebuild of a major defense contractor in aerospace? We have like 400 positions open across the country in all kinds of areas.

Seems like we are about to do a nice big upswing in getting things running correctly.

manta173 wrote:

Anyone want in on a rebuild of a major defense contractor in aerospace? We have like 400 positions open across the country in all kinds of areas.

Seems like we are about to do a nice big upswing in getting things running correctly.

Are they doing anything remote?

Want to work on self-driving vehicles? My company is hiring in lots of different areas as we ramp up to MVP in 2023.

Under our 'Mission first' policy, for most roles you should live near one of our offices but you can choose how often you go to the office to get the job done (between 0-5 days a week). Full remote from anywhere in the USA may also be possible for senior roles, depending on your area and specialty.

Happy to answer any questions, but I'll be able to provide the most insight for roles in software.

https://aurora.tech/careers

Man it would be funny if I moved to the other Louisville, in Colorado.

Looks like I'm at least 6 hours from the closest office.

Atras wrote:
manta173 wrote:

Anyone want in on a rebuild of a major defense contractor in aerospace? We have like 400 positions open across the country in all kinds of areas.

Seems like we are about to do a nice big upswing in getting things running correctly.

Are they doing anything remote?

Some stuff. Position dependent. Even though I have labwork, I am only expected onsite 2 days a week unless needed in the lab.