October 15th, 2010
Who’s hiring? ActiveTrak (x3), CardPower, New Relic, Puppet Labs, and Urban Airship
It’s a beautiful fall day out there, Portland. Why not find a nice new job to go along with it?
You can, you know? Right here. At the Silicon Florist job and gig board. And you will hardly believe your eyes when you see all of the awesome jobs available this week. So get on that. And get to applying.
ActiveTrak Inc. is looking for a .NET software developer to add to our development team developing N-tier enterprise-level web applications and web services. Candidates should be comfortable managing multiple responsibilities and be able to adapt to changing requirements. Candidates must be a self-motivated and thrive in an environment with minimal guidance and take a leadership role as needed.
For more, see Enterprise .NET Web Application Developer at ActiveTrak.
ActiveTrak Inc. is looking for a tenacious and energetic customer-facing Community Manager. Duties include front-line tech support and service to our growing legions of users (Mac, WIndows, Android, BlackBerry and iOS) as well as working with the rest of the team to ensure the best possible customer experience. Experience with QA and software development a plus. The perfect applicant must also possess excellent communication skills and be able to assist in broader projects, including blogging, social media and other marketing activities.
For more, see Community Manager at ActiveTrak.
We are looking for a senior engineer focused on mobile development to join our team. You will be part of a team building software across a wide range of mobile platforms including Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, iPhone and others. Strong experience with Java and object oriented languages are required. Experience with building security products is a plus.
For more, see Senior Software Engineer – Mobile at ActiveTrak.
CardPower is looking for a front-end web developer to join our Portland-based startup. We are a small team where your input matters. The front-end web developer will report directly to our VP of Software Development and will be responsible for creating a dynamic user-experience and user-interface (UX / UI).
For more, see Front-end Web Developer at CardPower.
We are looking for a Ruby on Rails Developer to join our core web application product team. If you are right for us, you have top-notch software design and coding skills, and you work well in a collaborative team. And as a TDD practitioner and quality fanatic, you write tests before implementation, and you follow through with QA and other stakeholders to ensure that your features are accurate and easy to use. But this job is more than just great coding: it’s about creating a fantastic user experience.
For more, see Ruby on Rails Developer – Web App Team at New Relic.
We’re the company behind the leading open source data center automation project Puppet, which is written entirely in Ruby. We have a small team of top notch rubyists and sysadmins who are committed to keeping the leading open source automation product in a rapidly growing market ahead of the pack. Puppet Labs is an open source company that really believes in openness. Nearly every line of code you write for us will be published, and all of that will be discussed in our community as part of its acceptance process. This is your opportunity to help change how people do operations and to do so in a visible and reusable way.
For more, visit Professional Services Engineer at Puppet Labs.
Think you’re up for joining Urban Airship? Your mission will be to provide outstanding technical support for Urban Airship clients and develop user friendly information to improve the sales and overall product experience.
For more, see Customer Support Engineer at Urban Airship.
Need a hand? Need employees?
If you’re interested in posting full time positions or even just temporary gigs, check out the Silicon Florist job and gig board. You’ll get in front of the most intelligent and savvy tech types in the Portland area. The only downside? You’ll have too many awesome resumes from which to choose. Sad.
(Image courtesy K. Kendall. Used under Creative Commons.)