November 19th, 2010

Job? Job? Who’s got the Portland job? Oh. These folks do.

Job? Job? Who’s got the Portland job? Oh. These folks do.

You can feel it. There’s a chill in the air. The holidays are coming up. Business is starting to get a little sleepy. Things are starting to slow down.

But that’s not always the case for the startups around Portland. You may have a new job to start the new year. So take advantage of the slow down and scope out some new jobs.

Technical Support Engineer at Collaborative Software Initiative

This position is based at our office in Portland OR, providing support to remote customers and internal technical teammates.

For more information, see Technical Support Engineer at Collaborative Software Initiative.

Programmer-Analyst at CTC Consulting

CTC is seeking an experienced programmer/analyst for its Portland, Oregon office. This position reports to the director of technology, and will also work closely with members of the I.T. team, the performance reporting group and the consulting and research departments.

For more information, see Programmer-Analyst at CTC Consulting.

Office Admin at Small Society

We are looking for a Jack- or Jane-of-all-trades to help our office stay organized & on top of things.

We’re a small (growing) software company that does platform strategy, user experience design, and software development for the iPhone platform (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad!) We have a great downtown location, and you would be working with smart & fun co-workers.

For more information, see Office Admin at Small Society.

Developer at Spot Color Studio

Spot Color Studio is looking for a full time developer to join our growing creative agency. Most of our custom-designed sites use CMS, specifically WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. Many include shopping carts, databases and/or animation.

For more information, see Developer at Spot Color Studio.

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.

Promote your job or gig to Silicon Florist readers for as little as $1.50 per day.

(Image courtesy Steve Voght. Used under Creative Commons.)

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