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Jerk McJerkface
Jan 16, 2004

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Soiled Meat

So I posted this a few years ago, but we have a need again. I made some edits but it's mostly relevant.

Jerk McJerkface posted:


Who we are: A vendor that produces a multi-channel content generation tool for publishing companies, like newspapers, research banks, and book publishers. Sort of like a huge platform that combines functions like Office, Wordpress, Sharepoint, etc.

Available Jobs: Linux system admin and developers. I'm a sysadmin, and I pretty much spend all day assisting our customers setup our environments, writing bash scripts to help perform specific tasks for the systems and working with customers staff to setup and design their environments.

Where we are: NYC, Wall Street

Job Locations: NYC office, although we have an office in Milan Italy, and a need for someone who lives/works in NYC but can travel to DC.

What we're looking for: We need linux administrators. Someone I can set in front of a terminal, can manage to tab-complete (seriously, if you don't tab complete don't put "Linux" on a resume), can decipher bash scripting, and in general has a decent knowledge of clustering technologies, SAN storage, and basic networking. While our company develops software, your primary job will be assisting the technology staff of other companies to support our software. It's not like help desk support, you won't deal with end users, but you will be a consultant for their tier 3 in house staff. Our customers have their own huge IT departments, and we are just the experts they bring in to assist when they can't figure it out. It's nice because at the end of the day, they have to do everything and we just get to guide them.

Also, they need java and web developers. I don't work on that side of the office, so I don't know specifically what they need, but I know they are looking.

Why it's a great place to work: The culture is very European, and not NYC IT, so you aren't worked like a dog and then not appreciated. It's a small office in NYC, we have a lot of employees, but mainly we get assigned to a customer and they provide an office space for all of us there. The company has a good pipeline of work for the next few years, and they really encourage having a life in addition to working. They think that if you are killing yourself working it's a mistake. I really like it, it's not like a super hip start up, they've been around since the 90's and are very mature. I really like my manager, he treats us like humans, has our back, and really takes care of us.

email a resume to ericcorp AT gmail DOT com if you are interested.

We have an urgent need. If you get something to me you can probably have an interview this week.

Jerk McJerkface fucked around with this message at Oct 9, 2018 around 16:54

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Tab8715
May 20, 2006


Goddamn that sounds really fun. If hadnít left my Linux chops behind and jumped on the Azure bandwagon Iíd immediately apply.

BigPaddy
Jun 30, 2008

That night we performed the rite and opened the gate.
Halfway through, I went to fix us both a coke float.
By the time I got back, he'd gone insane.
Plus, he'd left the gate open and there was evil everywhere.

Job Openings

Moved on from my previous gig and new place is having a big engineering/product recruitment push. Pretty much everything from software engineers to UX designers up to data science and management.

Who: Cargurus
Where: Cambridge, MA
What: Java/Python developers for web application and product owners for different parts of the site
Why: Growing tech company with decent perks, good work/life balance and excellent location. Generous compensation with bonus and stock grants

Take a look at https://careers.cargurus.com if you are looking and are in the area. I cannot comment about relocation but if you want me to go ask drop me a pm or an email at mung.foo@gmail.com

hooah
Feb 6, 2006
WTF?

I got pinged by a recruiter from Indeed for a software developer job. He mentioned that "Best of all, we pay people to interview with us." If this weren't a company I've heard of before, that would sound shady as hell. Is that still a valid feeling for a known company who's not otherwise shady? Does anyone else have experience with Indeed?

H110Hawk
Dec 28, 2006
Can't install Windows?
BUY APPLE


hooah posted:

I got pinged by a recruiter from Indeed for a software developer job. He mentioned that "Best of all, we pay people to interview with us." If this weren't a company I've heard of before, that would sound shady as hell. Is that still a valid feeling for a known company who's not otherwise shady? Does anyone else have experience with Indeed?

A former coworker works there, he paid for my liquor 2? years back at SRECon. A+ would drink on Indeed's dime again.

Tab8715
May 20, 2006


Indeed is pretty well liked at the moment.

Kid A
Jul 27, 2003

O Captain! My Part Time
Alternate Captain!

Who we are: NC State Employees' Credit Union

Available Jobs: Systems Administrator

Where we are: Raleigh, NC

Job Locations: Raleigh (remote work is not an option)

What we're looking for: Junior level admin for our Server Virtualization team.

The good: This is my team and I work with some really smart people who don't act like they're the smartest person in the room. They're also super fun and laid back. The credit union is a solid place to work. The benefits are good and it's been around forever.

The bad: The dress code. Guys have to wear ties.

Send me a PM if you have any questions.

Floor Pie
Apr 17, 2002



Who we are:: Olo, enabling online ordering for restaurants such as Five Guys, IHOP, and Wingstop

Available Jobs: Senior Software Engineer (C#/.NET), Fraud Prevention Engineer, Director of Engineering

Where we are: HQ in NYC but hiring for remote workers anywhere in the US

Job Locations: Anywhere in US, work from home

The good: Work with a lot of really smart people, a lot of flexibility around working hours, supportive company that wants people to learn and grow.

The bad: Most engineers are remote and you have to be okay with being self-directed much of the time.

Send me a PM if you're interested!

Jerk McJerkface
Jan 16, 2004

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Soiled Meat

Just a quick thread update, I've had a few people send me their resumes, and I believe one of them is coming in tomorrow for a screening test. See, dreams do come true!

MF_James
May 8, 2008
I CANNOT HANDLE BEING CALLED OUT ON MY DUMBASS OPINIONS ABOUT ANTI-VIRUS AND SECURITY. I REALLY LIKE TO THINK THAT I KNOW THINGS HERE

INSTEAD I AM GOING TO WHINE ABOUT IT IN OTHER THREADS SO MY OPINION CAN FEEL VALIDATED IN AN ECHO CHAMBER I LIKE


MF_James posted:

Looking for a new job, need to get out of MSP hell.

Job Seeker

My experience: Been at an MSP for 7-8 years now
2 years in hell desk
1 year doing QA/project stuff for a WFM rollout (30000+ users all over the lower 48)
4-5 years of network/sys admin (Fortigate Firewalls, Cisco routers/switches, hyper-v and ESXi, server 2008-2012r2, some light SQL, powershell, dell SANs, and a little Azure for DR/BC) basically I've touched a bit of everything, I've been more network focused recently, but servers are my bread and butter still.

What I'm looking for: Network/Systems Admin work
I wouldn't mind making a jump into cloud services, I learn quickly but just haven't had the time (thanks wedding planning and insane work hours) to jump into AWS free tier and learn yet, but we also do some stuff in Azure currently.

What I'm NOT looking for: Helpdesk, pure support work, or QA; also I'm not keen on contract work that's less than a year.

Where I live: Chicago, IL

Where I'm looking: Chicago or remote, suburbs MIGHT be possible if the job is right, part of my goal is to cut my commute down or make it public transit only.

When can I start: 3 weeks from acceptance/contract

Requirements: Health Insurance, good PTO and FTE* (if contract >= 12 months, boat money so I can afford insurance)

Contact: Forums PM is fine to get things started

Bumping since I'm back to looking, now that I'm not planning a destination wedding and am in fact married.

silban
Apr 11, 2005

SOMETIMES UNEXPECTED THINGS HAPPEN, OK?!?!

Who we are: A company that designs and implements a ton of call center software suites both for our private cloud, on premise, and a mix of both for tons of large companies.

Available Jobs: Systems Security Analyst

Where we are: Atlanta, Georgia near Perimeter Mall (we have a handful of offices globally but this is the one we're hiring for)

Job Locations: Atlanta office, with work from home for two days a week once you're settled in.

What we're looking for: Someone that's got their feet wet with IT security. You don't have to be a rock star. We're just looking for someone with a couple years of experience, has a good attitude, and is willing and eager to learn more.

Why it's a great place to work: You get to touch a ton of different types of security technology. The IS team is a nice group of guys who are invested in ITSEC and you aren't just a cog in a machine. The changes you make happen are visible and appreciated by management. Free catered lunch one day a week on a rotating basis of the day. The ability to work from home. You won't be micromanaged and you'll be treated like an adult.

Contact: Forums PM is fine to kick things off and we can move from there.

slush
Jun 23, 2006
Thank you for calling....

Who we are: Prime Now and Amazon Fresh

Available Jobs: Software Engineers (Intermediate + Senior)

Job location: Seattle

What we're looking for: My team is in the fulfillment space. We own multiple services built in Java and Ruby, with most of our newer front-end built in React (but there is some legacy front-end code around still). Looking for people who can build systems that scale, have a keen eye for building reliable systems that are easy to use for our warehouse associates. These are full-stack positions. We have a desire to move more things serverless and are doing some really cool innovative things.

Feel free to reach out to me on IRC or via email (my username)ey@gmail.com and I will get you sent to our recruiter for review ASAP.

You can also look at the job postings here - but there are multiple available:

https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/695951
https://www.amazon.jobs/en/jobs/725290

Poopernickel
Oct 28, 2005

Eat me a lot of bread


Who we are: Universal Audio

Available Jobs: Embedded Linux Developer

Job location: Boulder, CO

What we're looking for: UA is growing its engineering team, and we're looking for a new hire or two for our embedded Linux group. A good candidate doesn't need to have shipped embedded Linux before (although it's a big plus), but you do need solid Linux command-line chops. Other skills that are a plus: FPGA programming, microcontrollers, Linux kernel work, board bring-ups.

Here are some questions to see if you've got the skillset we want!
  • What are some differences between I2C, SPI, and UART?
  • What do the exit codes from a Linux process represent?
  • How do you redirect to stderr on the command line, and why would you do it?
  • How comfortable are you with writing shell scripts?
  • How do you use a configure script?
  • What are some issues you can run into when cross-compiling software?
We don't have job postings written up just yet, but I'm scouting in advance. UA is a great company and our Boulder office is awesome - send me a PM if you think you might be a good fit.

Poopernickel fucked around with this message at Nov 18, 2018 around 20:49

iospace
Apr 20, 2020




Fun Shoe

Poopernickel posted:

Who we are: Universal Audio

Available Jobs: Embedded Linux Developer

Job location: Boulder, CO

What we're looking for: UA is growing its engineering team, and we're looking for a new hire or two for our embedded Linux group. A good candidate doesn't need to have shipped embedded Linux before (although it's a big plus), but they do need solid Linux chops. Other skills that are a plus: FPGA programming, microcontrollers, Linux kernel work, board bring-ups.

We don't have job postings written up just yet, but I'm scouting in advance. UA is a great company and our Boulder office is awesome - send me a PM if you think you might be a good fit.

Check PMs

MJP
Jun 17, 2007

Are you looking at me Senpai?

Grimey Drawer

My previous job is looking to hire a sysadmin. This is a great chance for a smart person with a helpdesk/support background to move up and handle more challenges. You're also going to be in a really great workplace with really great people. Pardon the present tense here, I'm keeping it like other posts. I left it because I left my job before that one to do no more helpdesk, and I left this one because after the helpdesk guy was termed and a contractor not bought out for full-time, I was fed up with helpdesk. I also left for a vertical opportunity at another company.

Who we are: A broadcast media company headquartered in another state.

Where we are: This is the NYC office, located about five minutes from Christopher Street PATH and steps away from the Houston Street 1 train stop.

Job Title: Systems Administrator.

What we want: Someone who's strong with a lot of Windows-based technology. Win 7 desktops with Win 10 hopefully finally fixed and going out via SCCM, Exchange 2010 going to 2013, mobile devices via Exchange Activesync, basic desktop/server hardware troubleshooting and part swapping, reporting. You should have an understanding of networking but you don't need to be even near a CCNA. If you have experience with media storage libraries, tape drives, SANs, etc., the more the better. You'll be doing both sysadmin and helpdesk work so you need to work well with non-technical users. Knowing Lync Server 2013 and IP telephony is a big plus.

Why you'd want to work here: The company is is one of the most friendly, laid-back places I've ever worked. There is no dress code. Do the interview without a jacket (maybe wear khakis and a tie to be safe) and you can show up in a T-shirt and jeans.

I can count the number of users that even come close to the demanding angry user stereotype on half a hand. The place treats everyone like family. It is an 8-4 or 9-5 shift (as in you arrive at 8 and leave at 4, take lunch when you want) and salaried, so your work-life balance will be wonderful. You'll also be working in the home of the single greatest genre focused radio stations on the East Coast, so that's really freaking awesome even if you aren't big into the music.

Your co-workers are very good at what they do and very fun to be around. It's never a dull moment. There is no politics, everyone is a straight shooter, and your boss will be the single greatest boss you've ever worked for. I'm dead serious about this. The guy you report to is a saint, willing to teach, laid-back, sharp as a tack, and he leads from the trenches rather than his desk. You will see him with his sleeves rolled up terminating cables, de-soldering bad components, in meeting rooms, and helping you out if you need it.

The benefits are decent but you get a lot of holidays off. Healthcare costs are reasonable for what it is. Standard 10 days PTO with unlimited sick time. You get one religious holiday off per year as a free PTO day, along with any workday during the week of your birthday as another free day off. Transitchek is available. There's a 401k, but no matching (at least as of September 2018 when I left).

You'll get exposed to broadcast IT and radio broadcast engineering. If you are a nerdy person, you'll love it - my now-former boss remarks that he basically decided to hire me when I geeked out over them having a full electronics lab, oscilloscopes and all.

Why you wouldn't want to work here: You will be doing helpdesk. There's no getting around it. I left because I wanted to focus on engineering and sysadmin work exclusively, and I am not the kind of person that enjoys helpdesk. Your users are well-trained to spot phish attempts but they won't send you tickets half the time - they'll just walk up, or call you asking to come over and look at X or Y. They are nice people, and friendly about it, but they aren't going to want to learn how to fix stuff themselves or read your documentation. The helpdesk tasks are not frequent - you'll have time to work on your projects - but they won't go anywhere.

You'll also be working in the radio business. The company isn't going anywhere but it's tough to grow. Your technology will not be on the bleeding edge. You aren't going to be working on stuff that's out of support, but a lot of stuff has to be done by the corporate IT group in Indianapolis.

Salary: I was paid low six-figure range as a senior sysadmin. I am not sure what this role pays but I wouldn't expect it to be probably no more than the $90k range. If you can demonstrate your value, the boss understands that the right candidates can command good salaries. They don't nickel and dime you here.

Please contact me via PM if you'd like a referral or the application link.

Rex-Goliath
Nov 12, 2016

HIS ROYAL MAJESTY


Reposting as our pipeline is expanding and we're hiring again:

Rex-Goliath posted:

Job Posting

Location:
Preferably in the US but we're also hiring globally. Large emphasis on DC if you have a clearance. Work is entirely remote or traveling to client sites so as long as you're near an airport you're good.

International cities we're hiring in:
  • Paris, France
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Ultrecht Netherlands
  • London, UK

Who We Are:
Up and coming enterprise NoSQL database company that's signing large contracts with top banks, governments, healthcare providers, etc. We're still under 500 employees so that means we're generally punching above our weight class when it comes to the contracts we're landing. Fortunately everyone here across all levels of all departments is incredibly smart and hard working so things have been going well. We had our final fundraising round back in 2014 and have been cash positive for quite a while now. We're still pre-IPO / buyout though so get in while the getting's good.

What We Need:
We're looking for senior consultants who will be leading customer engagements through all phases of a project life cycle. You must have prior consulting experience. Unfortunately we can't be flexible on that requirement. You'll also need a strong programming background and experience with database design. NoSQL experience isn't necessary but is a plus- will help you with the ramp up training.

We have an expanding pipeline and are looking to fill a few positions. We're very conservative with hiring though so once these positions are filled it will probably be a while until we open up again. If you're interested do not procrastinate reaching out to me.

Why Work Here?
  • Very competitive pay. Quarterly bonuses, spot bonuses, MBO bonuses, stock options, etc
  • Work is very interesting and sometimes groundbreaking. All of our customers are big and solving big problems. Some of these problems are things that can now only be solved due to our tech being available.
  • Company has a bright future. We're one of those moron companies that actually makes a useful product and charges money for it. Crazy.
  • Very good work culture here. No 'tech bro' bullshit that you see in some other startups. Everyone here is an adult.
  • Management is incredibly competent and engaged at all levels. Lots of recognition both verbal and in hard cash.
  • Tech we're building and deploying is borderline revolutionary. Will let you decide on that though. Get the chance to get in on the ground floor of something that could be very big.

Why NOT Work Here?
  • TRAVEL. 75% travel. Realistically will be closer to 50% but you have to be willing to do 75%. On rare occasions it can be 100%. This is the big one that filters out most of our promising candidates. Lots. of. travel. If you're a consultant already you know the drill so this shouldn't be a surprise to you.
  • Niche technology. I'm of the opinion that our tech is going to continue to flourish and this is a very good niche to settle into, but not everyone will be comfortable with that gamble. I regularly have recruiters hitting me up on linkedIn asking specifically about my experience with this technology. So it's a niche that's in demand.
  • The other cons are more just generic consulting gripes. If you're in the industry already you know what to expect. As long as you're ok with the consulting lifestyle there genuinely aren't any other major cons with this job. Management is solid, pay is very good, lots of emphasis on career development and technical training, etc.
  • 401k match is a bit ehh


Interested?
PM me or post an email so I can reach out to you. We can have a call so I can give you more details / give a brief screening just to be sure I'm not about to throw you into something way over your head.

Rex-Goliath fucked around with this message at Nov 19, 2018 around 22:12

Nulldevice
Jun 16, 2006


Fallen Rib

Looking for a job, currently riding five months unemployed due to RIF.

Job Seeker

My experience: 20 years hands on with Linux, 19 years hands on with Cisco network gear in both local and international settings, 12 years VMware enterprise experience

What I'm looking for: Something in the systems administrator area, preferably with Linux and virtualization.

What I'm NOT looking for: Dealing with customers.

Where I live: Maryland, outside of DC. (Rockville)

Where I'm looking: Rockville, Bethesda, Columbia Maryland area. Will consider Northern Virginia if the job is right.

When can I start: pretty much right away

Requirements: full time position preferred, full benefits, or serious hourly wage if contract.

Contact: jason@damnlag.net or PM

Thanks!

Plinkey
Aug 4, 2004

Donate money to feed poor goons.


https://www.gofundme.com/buy-poor-goons-foods


Rex-Goliath posted:

Reposting as our pipeline is expanding and we're hiring again:

This is a cool and good place to work, I was there for a little while but life events caused me to have to leave because I couldn't stay in DC.

Rex-Goliath
Nov 12, 2016

HIS ROYAL MAJESTY


Plinkey posted:

This is a cool and good place to work, I was there for a little while but life events caused me to have to leave because I couldn't stay in DC.

Yeah I only got half my referral bonus too

<3 <3 <3

Plinkey
Aug 4, 2004

Donate money to feed poor goons.


https://www.gofundme.com/buy-poor-goons-foods


Rex-Goliath posted:

Yeah I only got half my referral bonus too

<3 <3 <3

thanks man

but in all honesty, taking at ~15k pay cut and working a drivable distace to my house works out bettter

TheFluff
Dec 13, 2006

FRIENDS, LISTEN TO ME
I AM A SEAGULL
OF WEALTH AND TASTE


Slippery Tilde

Job posting

Location
Stockholm, Sweden. You need to be able to relocate here. We do sponsor work visas for non-EU citizens, and the company language is English. You can get by fine in Stockholm with no Swedish.

Who are we
Small-ish education startup (about five years old), about 100 employees, most of them in Stockholm, Sweden. We make digital textbooks for high schools, pretty much. Tech team is currently 12 people (11 programmers/engineers plus the CTO).

What we need
The formal title most of us have is "full-stack engineer". If you've written either REST-ish API's for the backend of a JS frontend application, or such JS applications in one of the flavor of the month frameworks (React/Vue/Angular/etc), and you have at least 2-3 years of experience with doing that kind of thing, then you're the kind of person we're looking for. You don't need to be good at both backend and frontend, but you need to be willing to work on both. We use Python, Django, Rest Framework, Postgres and Vue.js, but experience with those specifically isn't necessary.

We currently have two openings, one for a plain ol' programmer with some experience, and one for a more senior-ish person who is comfortable with some kind of lead role for 3-4 devs.

Why work here?
Simply put, it's chill. We make an application people appreciate and pay for, using technology that we understand. It's a startup, but there's no startup bullshit. What we do is a slightly better textbook with some handy extra features, and it's also marketed as a textbook. It's not ~disruption~ or trying to replace teachers with algorithms.

It's a low stress environment. We move as slowly as we need need to and try to avoid breaking things. We work regular office hours and are encouraged to turn off email/slack notifications outside of those hours, we write tests, we set our own deadlines and if you discover that it was harder than you thought it would be, well, then it's gonna take longer or you might have to reduce the scope. We have a soft-spoken and helpful engineering culture around these parts. If something goes wrong, you can count on the team being supportive. We value obvious and well-tested code over excessive cleverness. That said we're definitely not religiously against ugly workarounds, either. Pragmatic "software craftsmanship", I guess?

You get 30 days of paid vacation per year. You must use 20 of those (by law), the remaining 10 spill over until next year (until they've spilled over for five years, then you get paid the equivalent money instead). You can take another 15 unpaid if you want.

Sweden is a pretty exceptionally good place to live if you have kids.

Why not work here?
Compensation is good for the area but not great. Don't expect Silicon Valley pay grades, of course.

It's a startup but there are no stock options or stock grants in general (may not actually be a negative).

If you're looking for technical challenges or new fancy technology, this is not for you. This is about writing code that works and is easy to understand, in plain ol' Python, Javascript and SQL.

Stockholm tries really bad to pretend that it is a European metropolis, but it's really kinda on the rear end end of nowhere and not much goes on here compared to the bigger European capitals, let alone places like New York. Especially if you don't speak Swedish. You will not have an easy time learning Swedish since the office is English-speaking and most Swedes will just speak English to you as well.

Also, around this time of the year, this bullshit:




If interested, send a PM or post an email, I guess?

TheFluff fucked around with this message at Nov 27, 2018 around 16:46

G-Prime
Apr 30, 2003

Baby, when it's love,
if it's not rough it isn't fun.


Job Seeker

My experience: 15+ years of Linux experience, 9 of it professional. AWS Certified Developer, working toward other certs. Spent about 8 years at an ISP with most of that in a hybrid dev/sysadmin role with light network engineering, now working as a consultant. Most of my work for the past 3 years has been a blend of cloud infrastructure (AWS), CI/CD pipeline design/management, and architecture work. Very heavy focus on automation. Intimate familiarity with many AWS features, primary driver on Terraform and Kubernetes for my current client for the last year. Major architectural design work on infrastructure for several software platforms in the agriculture space.

What I'm looking for: Senior/principal level work similar to my current role, dealing heavily with automation, infrastructure, and design. Little-to-no travel.

What I'm NOT looking for: Dealing with customers, frequent on-call rotations, user-facing app development, consulting/contract.

Where I live: Des Moines, IA

Where I'm looking: Remote or Des Moines, IA area

When can I start: Discussable, I'm still employed right now

Requirements: Full time position, full benefits, freedom to run Linux day to day on my work PC, some flexibility with time as I have a special needs child that sometimes requires me to make short-notice trips to his school.

Contact: PM


I'm not actively trying to quit my job right now, but I'm not completely happy with it, and would be willing to make a move for the right gig.

toadoftoadhall
Feb 27, 2015


Seeker
My experience: 2 years part-time (LAMP stack) at marketing agency, 1.5 years full-time (web, Python, Go) at an engineering consultancy , CompSci BSc. Principal interest is embedded and infosec
What I'm looking for:
Something stimulating; being part of an engaged team
What I'm NOT looking for:
Most of the things we commonly associate with IT
Where I live:
Cambridge, UK
Where I'm looking:
Internationally
When can I start:
5 weeks from offer confirmation
Requirements
-
Contact
PM. I'm happy to provide more specifics regarding my experience.

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COOL CORN
Jun 1, 2003




Buglord

Seeker!

My experience: 9+ years as a Windows/Linux/Cisco admin - systems, networking, project management, I've done it all.
What I'm looking for: A job where I can use my skills and NOT drive all over creation. One location is ideal.
What I'm NOT looking for: A 1.5-2 hour commute like I have now.
Where I live: Maryland, but planning on moving to...
Where I'm looking: The greater Philadelphia, PA area. Up to Allentown, over to West Chester, that section of PA, or down into Delaware. I haven't found an apartment yet, so I'm flexible.
When I can start: My lease in MD is up at the end of February, so depending on commute (I'm currently about 3 hours from Philly, which is doable for a very very short time), sometime around there.
Requirements: Health insurance, full time, vacation time.
Can be reached via: PM, happy to chat further!

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