Goojers with job opportunities

TempestBlayze wrote:

Just throwing this out there.

Possible job here in NYC. There is a good chance that we are going to get another person who knows how to 3D model, light and texture within Maya. Also have to know Photoshop of course and some After Effects. We've been overloaded with worlk and can use a 4th hand.

I work for Ralph Appelbaum Associates and we create museums all around the world.

Ah well, I have a friend who fit that bill perfectly and just moved *out* of NYC

TempestBlayze wrote:

Just throwing this out there.

Possible job here in NYC. There is a good chance that we are going to get another person who knows how to 3D model, light and texture within Maya. Also have to know Photoshop of course and some After Effects. We've been overloaded with worlk and can use a 4th hand.

I work for Ralph Appelbaum Associates and we create museums all around the world.

How about skills in CATIA or Solidworks?

My company (we make games, located near Boston) has a number of openings:

Lead Concept Artist

Lead Designer

Project Manager (as in producer superhero)

Server Programmer

Sr. Server Programmer

There's one more listed for MMO gameplay server programmer but I'm not sure that's still open.

Apply through the website but also PM me. I'm QA Lead here so no hiring power on any of these positions but a recommendation never hurts

I realize this is probably not the thread for it, but I need some help reshaping my resume to apply for Telecom Business Analyst jobs.

I'm still pursuing a career in law enforcement, but need to hedge my bets.

A sudden surge of activity in this thread seems to indicate that the economy is definintely on an upswing.

Edit: Paleo, aw , man

Hey thanks a lot for creating the space and sharing the job opportunity with us.

My company is Portland, OR is looking for a Drupal developer. The details are on the site but feel free to PM me if you have any questions.

Lowe's is hiring all over. So anyone looking for easy retail work might want to look into that.

My company is looking for a part time graphic designer - we're a small classical label; most of the work would be booklet and CD design, typesetting, print & web ads. Most of what we do is in Indesign these days. PM me for details.

My company does benefit enrollment and HRIS web based software in Chicago. We are still looking for C# Web Developers. Send me a PM if you are interested.

Our website is here and a generic positing is here.

Montana State University is looking for a web designer for our non-academic departments (housing, food, events, conferences, etc...). We're still hashing out the exact details of the position, but looking at a 1 year fixed term with a full-hiring process after.

Position will involve managing about 8-9 department websites. Design work, bits of content management (departments create content, we make it look pretty), social media marketing and planning, some print design, and generally overseeing our web presence.

Must be proficient in modern HTML/CSS and web design. Basic to low-intermediate PHP/Javascript is good. Good design skills over programming.

My company in downtown Seattle is hiring C# web developers. C#, ASP.Net, and database knowledge required, with a preference for MSSQL. Oracle experience is a nice to have. JQuery and ASP MVC are also nice to haves. These are junior and mid-level developer positions and I believe there are 3 open right now. PM for more info.

We've got nearly 100 open positions, mostly in Santa Monica, Seattle, and Austin. Note that, depending on the specific job, there may be some flexibility regarding which office a role can be filled from. If you apply, I'd appreciate the referral, so PM if you have any questions or just to get my email address to put into the form. Thanks.

My company in Portland is hiring an Interactive Art Designer http://www.liveaxle.com/jobs/interactive-art-director

If you have questions feel free to PM me as well.

IT Network Engineer position available in the Orlando Area with my company.

Looking for someone who can handle servers/desktops/routers. Think jack of all trades/master of none within the IT Industry.

Anyone interested could follow up with me and I'll forward you the Craigslist or monster ad to apply.

DESCRIPTION:

The candidate for this position will install, deploy, configure, troubleshoot, maintain, update and conduct full IT support on Servers, PC's and all related software, hardware, VoIP telephones, VPN's, firewall's, cables, printers and connectors. Individual must obtain the ability resolve several work order tickets in a timely fashion while maintaining a composed manner during stress related situations.

This candidate will need to be well-rounded in all aspects of Networking and Computers. An example of a day in this position would be to program a corporate level firewall, program and install a Microsoft 2008 R2 Server, with Exchange, run cat6 cabling, and then go install a PC and remove a virus.

Traveling to clients is required if remote connection cannot be made. (Minimal Travel)

I have heard rumblings of a job fair in Providence on 5/31- I bet a lot of employers will jump on it with the closing of 38 Studios in the same area. Has anyone else heard about this fair?

Speaking of job fairs, I'll be at one tomorrow on behalf of my employer. The job fair is being held at Rutgers (but is open to the public).

We're looking to hire system administrators and data center techs (ideally people who could handle both).

I start my new job on June 1 and the company is still looking for experienced telco sales reps in the Baltimore/Washington area. Total comp is just over $100k for on plan earnings. It's not going to be easy work, but nothing lucrative ever is.

Paleocon wrote:

I start my new job on June 1 and the company is still looking for experienced telco sales reps in the Baltimore/Washington area. Total comp is just over $100k for on plan earnings. It's not going to be easy work, but nothing lucrative ever is.

Congrats? Not your dream job, but still good?

Tanglebones wrote:
Paleocon wrote:

I start my new job on June 1 and the company is still looking for experienced telco sales reps in the Baltimore/Washington area. Total comp is just over $100k for on plan earnings. It's not going to be easy work, but nothing lucrative ever is.

Congrats? Not your dream job, but still good?

Not my dream job, but I hope it will help me work toward a lesser level of misery. I'm still in process with Monkey County Po Po, but they won't start that until next year. I'm also pursuing getting my PMP so I can pimp folks out.

It will mostly just be nice to get paid. Hopefully, I'll be able to convince my wife to let me go back to martial arts classes.

I'm hiring software engineers at a startup in downtown Austin. We use Java, Python, and Ruby so we're looking for people who are comfortable coding in a polyglot environment. We're also looking for a Head of Data Science. PM me if you want more info than is in the job postings.

I'm glad to see that your first bullet point calls out "interesting problems".

If you were in Dallas I'd be totally interested.

I'd apply but I'm only a B-player. B+ on a good day.

duckilama wrote:

I'm glad to see that your first bullet point calls out "interesting problems".

If you were in Dallas I'd be totally interested.

Ducki, I didn't know you were in the Dallas area; I'm down here in Ft. Worth for work we should get a Dallas/Ft Worth S&T together.

duckilama wrote:

I'm glad to see that your first bullet point calls out "interesting problems".

If you were in Dallas I'd be totally interested.

We did relo someone from Dallas a couple weeks ago... C'mon you know you want to live in Austin

Grumpicus wrote:

I'd apply but I'm only a B-player. B+ on a good day. ;-)

Dunning-Kruger effect probably means you are underrating yourself

I'm on the faaaaaaar side of the metroplex from you. There's quite a few gwjers here in D-FW though.

duckilama wrote:

I'm on the faaaaaaar side of the metroplex from you. There's quite a few gwjers here in D-FW though.

The far side you say, dude I'm driving to Austin for the second S&T there since I've been here. No distance is too far for me. I just drove my own car 1200 miles to have it here, I can do a trip across Dallas if needed.

Still looking for several developers for a 6-18 month contract (6 to start, extension after) for a large banking client partnering with microsoft consulting services. Good chance to get your foot in the door with some big names.

Cleveland/Akron area, based on what they're willing to pay in salary, it's more targeted to 2-5 (mid) experience level.