It’s a new year. New decade. Time to shake things up a bit. Maybe even look for a new job.
What kind of job, you ask? Well, maybe like an interesting gig at one of these fine Portland establishments.
So dust off that resume. Ready your cover letter writing skills. And take a gander at these available offerings.
We’re looking for someone to impress us. We want developers who can jump in and start creating value immediately. A strong drive to get things done is important. Resilience in the face of hard problems in a must. In addition it won’t hurt to have experience with some or all of these…
For more information, see Agile Software Developer at AboutUs.
Primary responsibilities include the design, development, implementation, testing, and monitoring of application features and program interfaces. In addition, tasks will involve substantive database work (Microsoft SQL Server) to support the applications and associated reporting. The developer will be working primarily in a Windows (VP/ASP/C#.Net) environment. The company is a MicroSoft Certified partner; MS Certification(s) preferred. Proven communication skills, problem-solving skills, and a thorough knowledge of integration best practices are critical to successful performance in this role.
For more information, see .NET Developer/Integration Specialist at EdZapp.
The Flash Developer will collaborate with designers and developers in all phases of the creative process from conceptualization and design to development, testing and deployment of top notch Flash experiences. Position is available immediately.
For information, see Flash Developer at Emerge Interactive.
The Interactive Producer is responsible for ongoing project, team and client management. Individuals in this role have considerable client exposure and must demonstrate the ability to work on both business and technology projects with companies across a broad range of industries, such as high-tech, consumer goods and healthcare. Position is available immediately.
For more information, see Interactive Producer at Emerge Interactive.
On any given day, you might be writing a new jQuery plugin or pushing up the next release of some homegrown open-source Python library to github. At the same time you might be sharing your ideas and experience about that next awe-inspiring feature. We’re a tightly-knit group looking for an enthusiastic and thoughtful developer who’s an even better team player.
For more information, see Application Developer at Emma.
As a member of our Platform team, you’ll work on a variety of challenging projects, employing open source technologies and a dash of cunning to deliver top-notch solutions to difficult problems. We’re focused on topics like scalability and reliability — pretty much anything ending in -bility, really — and on building a solid foundation to power Emma’s innovative applications and services.
For more information, see Platform Developer at Emma.
Janrain has an immediate opening for a software engineer focused on the development of our SaaS based products. If you want to work in a fast paced environment focused on leading edge technology then this could be the opportunity for you. The right candidate will have experience developing web based applications in a Linux environment. This position is open to recent graduates as well as seasoned veterans who want to make a difference at the place they work.
For more information, see Software Engineer – SaaS Development at Janrain.
Oregon State University’s Open Source Lab is recruiting a full-time software developer who will analyze, design, and test software code for various Open Source Lab projects including collaborations with academic and research faculty internal and external to OSU.
For more information, see Analyst Programmer at Oregon State University Open Source Lab.
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.
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