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Doing that Sunday job search thing? 25 Portland gigs that could be your next dream job

It’s Sunday. A great day for grabbing the newspaper, a cup of coffee, and poring over the want ads. Searching for that perfect gig.

Well, you’re all digital and interactive and stuff. Why just keep that sort of searching to the paper? There are a ton of cool companies with 25 jobs—one of which could be just perfect for you. Read More

Portland jobs, gigs, and skills for hire: Relaunching the Silicon Florist Job & Gig board

With those two things in mind, it only made sense to resurrect the Silicon Florist Job & Gig board.

[HTML1]One of the signs that the economy is beginning to recover may, strangely enough, be my inbox. What started several months ago as a trickle of “Where would I find an iPhone app developer?” and “Know somebody who could help with this WordPress issue?” and “Do you know anyone who…?” has now become a regular stream of questions from companies looking to hire and contract for talent. More requests, truth be told, than I can manage.

That says two things to me. First, there are a bunch of job and contract opportunities awaiting talented individuals that aren’t being heard or are going unfulfilled. And second, those folks seeking employees or contractors see Silicon Florist as a spot that those candidates are likely to frequent. With those two things in mind, it only made sense to resurrect the Silicon Florist Job & Gig board. Read More

OpenSourcery has open gigs

OpenSourceryOr should that read “OpenSourcery has open open gigs”?

Whatever the case, Portland-based OpenSourcery, an open source development shop that also tries to be as green as it can be, has open positions it’s trying to fill.

At a time when the news is all-too-full of layoffs and dire economic forecasts, it’s incredibly uplifting to see an open source company looking to expand its staff—especially a company that so quintessentially reflects the ideals of the Portland community.

So what’s up for grabs? I’m glad you asked.

Not interested in working there? No problem. You can still come have lunch with us there, next year.

For more information on the company and the available positions, visit OpenSourcery.

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