This week: 10 jobs, 10 companies
Let’s play word association. What do you think when you see the words “Wordpress” and “Eugene.” Remember you’re on Eugene Tech Jobs. No? Okay. Let’s just throw in the word Developer for good measure. If IDX Broker came to mind, then you are
absolutely correct wrong (see below).
A note: I’d like to point out (as it was pointed out to me) that, in fact, a majority of the development efforts at IDX are non-Wordpress. Perhaps this is best evidenced by the other job opening at this great company, Data Software Engineer. So, if you thought IDX from “WordPress” and “Eugene,” then you were wrong. Come back and play next week.
Remember that 22-year-old researcher that thwarted the recent WannaCry malware attack? Well, I have no idea if that’s exactly what you’d be doing at the small Eugene Support.com office, but it’d be cool if it were the case.
If dirty data makes you mad and clean data makes you happy, then you’re not alone. The healthcare giant Centene needs a Data Analyst II.
Data Analyst II
A while back, Rosen Aviation posted a Software Test Engineer with wording that led me to believe they were looking for someone to literally break stuff. Considering this new posting specifically mentions FAA certification DO-313 Glass in the Cabin, there’s little doubt that you’ll be testing things that if broken will be breaking bad(ly).
Eugene-based company Photocopy Inc looks to be expanding into the world of managed IT services. Thusly they need technicians to do their managed services.
MSP IT Technician
In a town with 23,000 college students, you know that you’ll keep busy as a “Mac Tonician” at the Mac Tonic store. They’d prefer someone Apple certified, but they’re allowing up to 90 days to get the cert.
Bonus: After 90 days, you’ll likely also be able to identify on sight most substances that can leak, fall, or be forcibly jammed into a computer.
I’m guessing you’ll be up against a nationwide search for the Sr Principal InfoSec Analyst for Penetration Testing at Symantec, but call it local pride that I’m hoping someone in the area has the Red Team experience to land this sweet gig.
Sr Principal InfoSec Analyst for Penetration Testing
Are you ready for the front lines of credit union tech support? If so, the Northwest Community Credit Union just posted a Tier I help desk job, and it’s not for the faint of heart.
Help Desk Technician
Finally, another University of Oregon job, but only one this week. The Educational and Community Supports (ECS) research unit is looking for someone to liaise (my least favorite verb ever) between researchers and the PBIS Applications group.
User Support Representative
Bonus job: Digital Vinyl Technician
Honestly, the only reason I picked this bonus job was the same reason I clicked on the Craigslist link — digital vinyl. I thought perhaps it was a play on words. After all, can there be digital vinyl? I don’t know. I’m not big on records, but consulting with a friend, it’s confirmed. There can not. By definition.
In fact, it’s a graveyard shift gig for a vinyl sign shop. If you’ve ever had the opportunity to work a graveyard shift, it’s quite the experience. The sun will mean nothing to you, but so will the darkness. It will be your ally. You will be molded by it. And then you’ll probably find a new job — or go full Bane.
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