This week: 10 jobs, 7 companies
Oh dang, Palo Alto Software. VP of Software Engineering, huh? We’re used to Directors, and maybe a Senior Director every so often around these here parts, but VP? Fancy. It’s 10 years of experience. MBA preferred.
Palo Alto Software also needs an SVP of Customer Advocacy, which admittedly is not true. What they do have open is a Customer Advocate & Software Support Specialist position. However, I’d totally just start calling myself the SVP of Customer Advocacy and see what happens.
This Mystery Craigslist Company only wants you to know that they “provide online applications for government agencies.” (For those of you who are wondering, yes, it’s definitely the CIA.) They also want two web developers. They also evidently want those two web devs to rock paper scissors for the Senior title. That’s the best I can tell from the find and replace “Junior” with “Senior” method of job posting writing.
Corvallis isn’t Eugene. That’s just science. But, I’m fairly indiscriminate about links served to me directly through the “Submit a job” form, so here it is. Julie Anderson posted to the Eugene Tech Switchboard about recruiting Software Engineers for HP’s Developer Program. The best way to apply appears to be PMing her via Switchboard, which if nothing else gets you to register for the best tech community resource around.
Selco Community Credit Union estimates that as a Core Systems Administrator job you’ll spend about 5% of your time not working at your desk. Specifically, they anticipate you’ll spend those two hours per week “moving around work areas.” But let’s be honest here. This one line blows that 5% right out of the water. “Diagnose and solve computer equipment problems.” Don’t let them fool you. You know exactly what that means.
Roseburg Forest Products has had a more than a few tech postings recently, and if these look familiar, then thank you for reading. I’m impressed you remember back to September. So, here’s the deal. They were pulled from the site not too long ago. But they recently (within the last week) re-appeared, and then got extended. It could be clerical, financial, or personnel-related. No idea. Good luck though. They’re open now.
Lane Transit District has a very straightforward System Administrator position open right now. From what I’ve heard they’re a pretty by-the-book organization. That information is important when coupled with a pretty specific education and certification section (MCSA and/or VCA/VCP).
Just poking around the staff section of the Organic Materials Review Institute, it looks like you’ll be joining a gaggle of geologists, physicists, farmer academics, scuba divers — and one astronomer-cum-IT-manager who not only has an asteroid named after him but who will also be your boss.
TwentyIdeas doesn’t really give you a lot to work off in their job description. But then again, that’s basically the exact reason why they created the Full Stack Developer title, right? Whatever they’ve got to throw at you. You can handle it.
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