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KillHour
Oct 28, 2007




NuclearEagleFox!!! posted:

Isn't this the reboot of that vigilante recruitment app?

It's like Next Door, except instead of complaining about minorites in your neighborhood, you get a posse together to chase them out!

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wargames
Mar 16, 2008

official yospos cat censor


Posting here because it might be time to move on

Job Seeker

My experience: B.A.S. in computer networking and management, help desk for 3 years, some networking for the past year. I do have a CCNA.

What I'm looking for: Full time position help desk and junior positions.

Where I live: Jacksonville, Fl

Where I'm looking: Local or Willing to move

When can I start: I don't want to burn any bridges at my current job so will need to give them a heads up

Requirements: Full-time, benefits

Contact: PM

KillHour
Oct 28, 2007




Why would you leave a help desk job with 3 years of experience aiming for another help desk job? Don't you have a career path in mind by now?

Hadlock
Nov 9, 2004





You have a bachelors degree and 3 years work experience... is this some sort of super technical help desk? I agree with Kill Hour

Google Raymond K Hessel

RFC2324
Jun 7, 2012

Http 418


the help desk at my company requires a BS, even tho its basic entry level crap.

like, not even "or experience" just straight require a degree

KillHour
Oct 28, 2007




Sorry you work for a crappy company?

Hadlock
Nov 9, 2004





If you have a bachelor's and can do a hello world you can probably get an entry level programming job somewhere making 40k minimum

I knew parts of the gulf coast were economically depressed but I'm surprised that they can get away with that poo poo in 2020. That is 2009 post economic meltdown poo poo.

Anyways you won't have any trouble getting a job. Don't look at help desk jobs. Maybe go do a coding boot camp or something. Someone has failed you not encouraging you to look higher.

Talk to your University about job placement they should be able to hook you up or put you in touch with someone who can.

wargames
Mar 16, 2008

official yospos cat censor


KillHour posted:

Why would you leave a help desk job with 3 years of experience aiming for another help desk job? Don't you have a career path in mind by now?

because i am tired of of making sub 40k and getting 1% raises. I do have a career path in mind and that is networking i just know jr networking roles aren't that common.

Hadlock
Nov 9, 2004





wargames posted:

because i am tired of of making sub 40k and getting 1% raises. I do have a career path in mind and that is networking i just know jr networking roles aren't that common.

I think he is primarily focused on the fact that you already have a junior level job that you're grossly over qualified for, and you're looking to transition into another junior level role. Help desk is not a career, it's barely a holding pattern

You know in Rick and Morty S2E2 where Rick is "Jesus, you survived cancer and you went back to working at the carpet store?" Help desk is your carpet store. See also my comment about Raymond K Hessel

Go find some CCNA meetups in the next city over and start networking

Talk to recruiters, kill yourself, anything but slide horizontally into another help desk job

Ok don't kill yourself but at least apply for a non junior role

wargames
Mar 16, 2008

official yospos cat censor


Hadlock posted:

I think he is primarily focused on the fact that you already have a junior level job that you're grossly over qualified for, and you're looking to transition into another junior level role. Help desk is not a career, it's barely a holding pattern

You know in Rick and Morty S2E2 where Rick is "Jesus, you survived cancer and you went back to working at the carpet store?" Help desk is your carpet store. See also my comment about Raymond K Hessel

Go find some CCNA meetups in the next city over and start networking

Talk to recruiters, kill yourself, anything but slide horizontally into another help desk job

Ok don't kill yourself but at least apply for a non junior role

look man sometimes a man just wants to turn himself into a pickle.

but i understand your concerns, current employment can be exhausting.

DropsySufferer
Nov 9, 2008

Impractical practicality


Do you like help desk? Some people just want to stay in help desk for the rest of their lives. If that makes you happy then that's great.

charity rereg
Mar 14, 2019

Can you pay my bills
Can you pay my telephone bills
Can you pay my automo-bills

go apply for this job then, if you want to sit on helpdesk at least get onto the higher ed/public sector teat. it's totally fine to work a job for 35-40 hours and go home if that works for you. some people like it and don't find it soul crushing. sometimes i like being ~in charge of poo poo~ other times i hate it and it feels like it's crushing my soul, and i have high blood pressure at 33.

https://www.higheredjobs.com/region...rt%20Specialist

Ask for like 52-53k and it probably has regular COL raises at least

Hadlock
Nov 9, 2004





Yeah edu/public sector is low stress and very stable

Sorry if I was harsh

I was in a similar situation many years ago and there's a way out if you work it. The market is white hot, we're in the biggest economic growth period since the 1920s; it makes me sad to see people pass up opportunity when it's ripe for the taking

MrTargetPractice
Mar 17, 2004



My experience:
~9 years of experience in a call center environments supporting all sorts of stuff at different points in time.
Networking in general, (Brocade and Cisco switches mostly but some Juniper experience as well), Apple, NetApp, VMWare, Unix, Linux etc etc. Currently working at Veritas on the appliance team in Lake Mary making ~70k a year

What I'm looking for:
I'd like to pivot away from call center/customer facing stuff. I was working on getting some VMWare certs as I know half the people that work there in Denver. I like helping customers and I'm good at it. That being said I've got all I'm going to get out of reading the manual to some poor person in India. They always seem to be stuck supporting a product they know nothing about on the other side of the world. I know my experience doesn't exactly translate into administration so I know I'd have to take pay cut to move over.

What I'm NOT looking for:
More of the same call center type stuff

Where I live:
Orlando, FL area (willing to relocate)

Where I'm looking:
Anywhere really. Gainesville and south of there to stay close to my parents preferably.

When I can start:
Pretty much as soon as possible, given appropriate notice for my current employer

Requirements:
Health insurance, full time. as close to what I'm making now

Can be reached via:
PM, mrtargetpractice@gmail.com

a_pineapple
Dec 23, 2005



Sup. It's time.

Job Seeker

My experience: 3 years generalist sysadmin, 3 years network engineer with heavy focus on automation/IaC

What I'm looking for: Full time position in an industry that contributes positively to the world (Renewables, health, arts, tech. No finance.) Looking for a title containing buzzwords such as "Senior Network Engineer", "Architect", "Cloud", "DevOps" or possibly even "Director".

Where I live: Chicago, IL

Where I'm looking: Local or remote

When can I start: Standard 2-4 weeks notice.

Requirements: I need an environment that operates efficiently and allows me enough freedom to work hard and fast. I need the freedom to improve things without getting caught in miles of red tape. Process/policy are 100% necessary, but if they slow the improvement of the business, they should be streamlined. My ideal company is somewhere in between post-startup and pre-buyout. I have a lot to offer and so I will ask for a deece 6 figgies (or thereabouts) depending on title, great benefits, and at least 25 days PTO.

Contact: PM

a_pineapple fucked around with this message at 13:17 on Feb 4, 2020

tomapot
Apr 7, 2005
Suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.




Oven Wrangler

JOB POSTING
Service Delivery Manager

Who are we?
The Walt Disney Company, maybe you have heard of us? Specifically this position is within the Corporate Enterprise Technology team.

Where is the job?
Celebration, Florida is our first choice, second choice is Burbank, CA.

When: Recruiting now.

Remote? No for starters but established employees have been able to work remote a few days a week.
Relocation? No.

Job Description:
The JD is pretty lengthy, go read it here http://bit.ly/2tFM3jg and check with me if you have any questions.

What we really need:
Someone who is super organized and detailed orientated to relieve the Senior Manager and Service Managers of some of the back office duties so they can focus on the tech and clients.

What's it like to work here?
Great team, supportive management, demanding but not unreasonable or unappreciative clients.
Great benefits, (free park passes!) flexible schedule.

The bad
We are a traditional, big, corporate entity so it may take time to get through the recruiting process

How to apply
Apply here: http://bit.ly/2tFM3jg

H110Hawk
Dec 28, 2006


tomapot posted:

JOB POSTING
Service Delivery Manager

Who are we?
The Walt Disney Company, maybe you have heard of us? Specifically this position is within the Corporate Enterprise Technology team.

Where is the job?
Celebration, Florida is our first choice, second choice is Burbank, CA.

When: Recruiting now.

Remote? No for starters but established employees have been able to work remote a few days a week.
Relocation? No.

Job Description:
The JD is pretty lengthy, go read it here http://bit.ly/2tFM3jg and check with me if you have any questions.

What we really need:
Someone who is super organized and detailed orientated to relieve the Senior Manager and Service Managers of some of the back office duties so they can focus on the tech and clients.

What's it like to work here?
Great team, supportive management, demanding but not unreasonable or unappreciative clients.
Great benefits, (free park passes!) flexible schedule.

The bad
We are a traditional, big, corporate entity so it may take time to get through the recruiting process

How to apply
Apply here: http://bit.ly/2tFM3jg

Is this contract to hire?

Have they removed your holiday party? How few park passes is your team down to or did they just swap it for a year of disney+? Sign in ability gone?

What's the COLA difference between the swamp and burbank?

Sorry I have friends who work or worked at Disney. I hold them in negative regard. It's better than unemployment, but they're a poo poo employer.

tomapot
Apr 7, 2005
Suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.




Oven Wrangler

H110Hawk posted:

Is this contract to hire?

Have they removed your holiday party? How few park passes is your team down to or did they just swap it for a year of disney+? Sign in ability gone?

What's the COLA difference between the swamp and burbank?

Sorry I have friends who work or worked at Disney. I hold them in negative regard. It's better than unemployment, but they're a poo poo employer.

Sorry that you have that impression, however Disney is a large company with different businesses which have different work cultures and business practices. I've worked for both Media Networks and Corporate and have not had any of those experiences. This is a Corporate Enterprise Technology position.

- Is this contract to hire?
--- No, this is a Full Time position

-Have they removed your holiday party?
--- That is a Parks thing, Corp will have occasional office parties, gatherings, etc.

-How few park passes is your team down to? Sign in ability gone?
---We can self admit almost anytime except on certain blackout dates. They also give us comp passes every year which are exempt from the blackout that we can use or give to friends. I know that some people in FL or CA hit their yearly self-admin limit but I don't work in either of those locations so I'm not sure of those details off the top of my head and I've never had that problem.

-Did they just swap it for a year of disney+?
---This year they gave everyone the option of park passes or Disney+ which makes sense if you don't like the parks or if you're in a location in the middle of the country and can't make the trip to a Park. You can change the option each year so you can swap back and forth depending on what you think you might use that year.

-What's the COLA difference between the swamp and burbank?
---Compensation is based on the market location for the position however I do not know the formula that they use.

DropsySufferer
Nov 9, 2008

Impractical practicality


So are you the hiring manager or close to the hiring manager? Will you be able to act as a reference for a good candidate or did you just post a job ad for Disney that you have no control over?

tomapot
Apr 7, 2005
Suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.




Oven Wrangler

DropsySufferer posted:

So are you the hiring manager or close to the hiring manager? Will you be able to act as a reference for a good candidate or did you just post a job ad for Disney that you have no control over?

Yes, this is in my department, I'll be one of the screeners and interviewers. Pending some other org changes this role will be supporting my position maybe even my direct report.

I won't post any positions other than the ones inside my team, however if someone sees one posted and wants to DM me I'll see if I can answer any questions.

H110Hawk
Dec 28, 2006


tomapot posted:

Sorry that you have that impression, however Disney is a large company with different businesses which have different work cultures and business practices. I've worked for both Media Networks and Corporate and have not had any of those experiences. This is a Corporate Enterprise Technology position.

- Is this contract to hire?
--- No, this is a Full Time position

-Have they removed your holiday party?
--- That is a Parks thing, Corp will have occasional office parties, gatherings, etc.

-What's the COLA difference between the swamp and burbank?
---Compensation is based on the market location for the position however I do not know the formula that they use.

(Also, I grew up in Florida and reserve the right to call any and all parts of it a swamp. Our house abutted a swamp, and one of our neighbors houses slid into said swamp.)

Fair enough re: full time. All of the positions I have seen for them for SRE-style jobs have been contract to hire at abysmal pay. (1099 contract at W-2 hourly rate, absolute top end of SRE scale was low.) This has been across the board regardless of department. (Media, Web, Corp) I have had numerous friends in various departments (Parks, Merchandise design/creative, SRE) tell the same story about how Disney is a terrible place to work. One of those people is a Disney die hard, AP/DVC you name it, so I don't understand. They are always trying to nickel and dime their employees while lording over them how great Disney is and don't you love Disney and yes record profits for Iger and friends but no we're losing money left and right no you can't get paid more.

Your department may be a beacon of hope shining for all to see, well run, decent pay, etc, but Disney as a whole entity is a terrible company. One bad apple ruins the bunch is the key phrase I think of, where every department points at others to say "well sure, that department is bad, but ours is great!" doesn't really hold water to me as an outsider.

I'm not trying to poo poo on you, personally, for trying to hire goons to work with you. Sorry that it's definitely what has just happened.

tomapot
Apr 7, 2005
Suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.




Oven Wrangler

Welp, if anyone is still interested after H110Hawk’s critique of my employer feel free to PM me.

high six
Feb 6, 2010


I'm back on the market as I've gotten bored and don't want to stagnate in my current position.

Experience: I've got broad experience over IT, having been a sysadmin (Both Windows and Linux), done networking, I do development on the side sometimes and a fair amount of code debugging for our devs at my current job, and a lot of scripting (Python, Powershell, C#). Currently I work at Microsoft in Azure support.

What I'm looking for: Looking for something that lets me get further into automation. I'd like to get to work with stuff like Ansible, Terraform, containers, and put my scripting/development skills to work. I've done some of this on my own but want to develop those skills further. Normally I've been interested in jobs titled something like "Site Reliability Engineer" or in the general "Devops" area. Would also be interested in a security-focused position, too.

Where I live: Western North Carolina

Where I'm looking: Would prefer remote, but open to relocating pretty much anywhere for the right job.

When can I start: Two weeks, if it's remote. Longer if I'd have to relocate.

What I really want: Not likely to switch jobs unless there's a decent bump in pay or the position is REALLY awesome

Email: noasdfghj12345678@gmail.com

high six fucked around with this message at 18:17 on Feb 13, 2020

Lockback
Sep 2, 2006

All days are nights to see till I see thee; and nights bright days when dreams do show me thee.


high six posted:

I'm back on the market as I've gotten bored and don't want to stagnate in my current position.

Experience: I've got broad experience over IT, having been a sysadmin (Both Windows and Linux), done networking, I do development on the side sometimes and a fair amount of code debugging for our devs at my current job, and a lot of scripting (Python, Powershell, C#). Currently I work at Microsoft in Azure support.

What I'm looking for: Looking for something that lets me get further into automation. I'd like to get to work with stuff like Ansible, Terraform, containers, and put my scripting/development skills to work. I've done some of this on my own but want to develop those skills further. Normally I've been interested in jobs titled something like "Site Reliability Engineer" or in the general "Devops" area. Would also be interested in a security-focused position, too.

Where I live: Western North Carolina

Where I'm looking: Would prefer remote, but open to relocating pretty much anywhere for the right job.

When can I start: Two weeks, if it's remote. Longer if I'd have to relocate.

What I really want: Not likely to switch jobs unless there's a decent bump in pay or the position is REALLY awesome

Email: noasdfghj12345678@gmail.com

Nice, got a PM coming your way.

Edit: poo poo no I don't, give lowtax more spine money and get PMs. Or email me at /myusername/ @gmail.com

Lockback fucked around with this message at 19:13 on Feb 13, 2020

DigitalMocking
Jun 8, 2010

Wine is constant proof that God loves us and loves to see us happy.
Benjamin Franklin

Hey! I've got an IT job opening in my group!

Who we are: Biamp Systems, we manufacture and provide digital audio platforms, digital signal processors, scalable media systems for digital audio networking, networked public address, voice evacuation systems and speakers for venues of all sizes.
Where we are: Beaverton Oregon and a variety of places around the globe.
Job Title: Systems Administrator II, Unified Communications.

Salary: $70,000 - $90,000 D.O.E.
Modest ($2500) relocation assistance may be available for the right candidate.
You'd be working for a goon, so you've got that going against you.
Position Type: Full Time
Travel Percentage Up to 25%

Job Description
The Systems Administration II role is to install, administer, maintain, and optimize company Unified Communication systems and related components to achieve excellent performance and reliability. Creates plans and drawings detailing the layout of routers, circuits, cables, switches or other telecommunications equipment. Ensures network connectivity for end-users. May evaluate existing networks and recommend design changes to improve performance.
Collaborating closely with other IT/IS staff and management, ensure the availability of phone systems, IVRs, call center software and VOIP contracts. Assist as needed in overseeing the security, integrity, and safety of Biamp data, the Biamp data center, and all external 3rd-party infrastructures.

Essential Functions:
• Assist in the design and review of VOIP systems, applications, and hardware.
• Strong ability to analyze, define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
• Implementation/administration knowledge of VoIP applications such as Microsoft Teams, Genesys PureCloud, Audiocodes, and ShoreTel.
• An understanding of local and wide area networks, servers and systems. This should include, but should not be limited to, Microsoft server platforms, network switches and routers, SIP, TCP/IP, QoS (CoS), and various carrier-based telephony services.
• Experience with planning, installing, deploying, configuring and monitoring data VOIP systems and services, including telephones, softphones, servers, routers, switches, and PBXs.
• Working knowledge of telecommunications and network analysis, performance, and communications tools.
• Participate in continuous process improvements as they relate to the IT solutions environment.
• Monitor help desk tickets for entries relating to VOIP issues; prioritize, resolve, and respond to help desk tickets as appropriate.
• Develop and maintain training materials and server documentation.
• Other duties as assigned.

Secondary Functions:
• Occasional after hours work for VOIP maintenance, troubleshooting and project deadlines.
• Travel to support remote offices, both domestic and international (~5% travel)
• Participate in an on-call rotation.

Qualifications:
• 5 – 10 years of experience in the VOIP or networking field.
• Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Science, Business Analysis or related field preferred. Associate Degree required. Experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
• At least two years’ work experience in technical positions managing VOIP environments.
• Familiarity with TCP/IP and operating system configuration.
• Experience working with Skype for Business, Skype for Business Online and Microsoft Teams.
• Experience working with SBCs such as Audiocodes or Sonus.
• General knowledge of enterprise technologies such as SAN, NAS, and Active Directory.
• Knowledge of Microsoft group policy administration.
• Ability to conduct research into VOIP issues and products as required.
• Ability to present ideas in business-friendly and user-friendly language.
• Highly self-motivated and directed, with keen attention to detail.
• Proven analytical and problem-solving abilities.
• Strong customer service orientation.
• Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
• Interpersonal and team skills for working with employees at all levels within the company.

Work Environment:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, move about, hear and speak.
• The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
• May be required to work outside of core business hours, including early morning, late evening, overnight, weekends, and/or holidays as needed.

Compensation and Benefits:
• Biamp offers competitive pay plus fantastic benefits. We offer medical, dental, vision, profit sharing and a 401(k)plan including employer 4% match.

Phuzun
Jul 4, 2007



Was planning to move to Denver area near end of the year, but way to much wrong with how the current company is being run to expect they'll be around until then. So going to start looking sooner rather than waiting til fall.

Job Seeker

My experience:
1.5 years at a small MSP with 7 techs doing everything except voip side (we have 3 techs for that side). Work with Datto, Sonicwall, Ubiquiti, HPE/Aruba, Office 365, Windows servers/services, and all kinds of software used by small businesses.
7 years of experience supporting SharePoint (server and online) as a Microsoft vendor. Lots of farm building to reproduce environments and figure out how to cause/fix issues with SharePoint.

What I'm looking for: MSP stuff is great, have no problem speaking to end users or the executives that are looking to integrate services into their business. Not opposed to an internal systems administration/support for a good company.

Where I live: Fargo, ND

Where I'm looking: Denver area, though I could be sold on another area with similar weather and good outdoor trails.

When can I start: Shouldn't take longer than 4 weeks to move, can start remotely sooner while lining up housing. Will give employer at least a week notice, if not 2.

Requirements: Full time, pto, health insurance, fair pay for the area.
Nice to have: EV charging, anything to do with rescue dogs

Contact: PM or username at outlook

Verisimilidude
Dec 20, 2006

Strike quick and hurry at him,
not caring to hit or miss.
So that you dishonor him before the judges





Job Seeker

My experience:
~1 year of working as a software developer (previously intern) at a fintech startup. My focus is primarily on frontend development using JavaScript, React and Redux to build out a social and news media platform.

What I'm looking for: Frontend development position where I can work alongside experts or at least knowledgeable people in the field. Currently I'm the only frontend developer on the team and it gives me a lot of opportunities to learn on my own, but I feel my growth as a developer will increase if I were to work alongside experienced frontend developers. I feel like a medium-sized fish in a small pond, and I'd rather be a small fish in a vast ocean.

Where I live: New York, NY

Where I'm looking: Manhattan area

When can I start: Can start after 2 weeks notice at my current place of work.

Requirements: full-time/salaried, at least $80,000/year, PTO, 401k, insurance

Nice to have: laid back atmosphere, smaller teams, flexible schedule

Contact: PM or email at jmartinez729 at gmail dot com

Hadlock
Nov 9, 2004





Job: operations manager

Pay: low to mid 100s

Where: Full time remote, company is hq in San Francisco

Looking for someone with actual management experience, not just "well I've been here longest and now I'm senior because reasons" lead devops engineer.

We are a full Linux shop on mac laptops. Should have strong opinions on infrastructure. Should have some level of experience with containers, kubetnetes preferred.

To reiterate, this is a real management job. It's at a "startup" but is 6 years old and doing ~$100mm revenue not going anywhere

Would be reporting to platform director who reports to VP of eng

PM me for details

ratbert90
Feb 12, 2009
JUST FUCKING STOP, JESUS H. CHRIST


It's a complete shot in the dark, but I updated myself on the spreadsheet.

I am looking for contract work for embedded Linux board bring up/system setup services either remote or in SoCal.

Oyster
Nov 11, 2005

I GOT FLAT FEET JUST LIKE MY HERO MEGAMAN


Total Clam

Good call, never even put myself on the spreadsheet. Hopefully will get something with my newly minted CCNA.

Actuarial Fables
Jul 29, 2014



Taco Defender

Job Seeker
My experience: 2.5yr helpdesk, 1yr system/network technician (tier 2). CCNA R&S certified (and CompTIA A+ if that's an HR requirement). Currently working towards a Bachelors in Network Operations and Security.

What I'm looking for: Part-time remote work - Desktop Support, Technical Support, Helpdesk... anything that involves computers and can be done remotely (Network Admin work would be great but I'm not holding my breath).

Where I live: Traverse City, MI

Where I'm looking: Remote!

When I can start: ASAP

Requirements: Part-Time and Remote. Fine with weekends and odd hours, just can't be full-time. Pay doesn't have to be great as long as I can afford rent.

PM me or send an email to sa@hasaple.com

TITTIEKISSER69
Mar 19, 2005

I'M JUST HERE TO KISS TITTIESS AND WIN FOOTBALL GAMES!
(AND GET EVERYBODY FIRED)


Pillbug

Actuarial Fables posted:

Job Seeker
My experience: 2.5yr helpdesk, 1yr system/network technician (tier 2). CCNA R&S certified (and CompTIA A+ if that's an HR requirement). Currently working towards a Bachelors in Network Operations and Security.

What I'm looking for: Part-time remote work - Desktop Support, Technical Support, Helpdesk... anything that involves computers and can be done remotely (Network Admin work would be great but I'm not holding my breath).

Where I live: Traverse City, MI

Where I'm looking: Remote!

When I can start: ASAP

Requirements: Part-Time and Remote. Fine with weekends and odd hours, just can't be full-time. Pay doesn't have to be great as long as I can afford rent.

PM me or send an email to sa@hasaple.com

PM sent

Hot Damn!
Oct 28, 2004


We have an opening for a Network Engineer in West Michigan.

If you are interested please email me at konge.doggles@gmail.com and I will provide the link to the full job posting.

Who we are: a tribal government
Where we are: West Michigan
Job Title: Network Engineer
Position Type: Full Time
Salary: $65,933 - $70,054
Benefits: Employer paid healthcare

Oyster
Nov 11, 2005

I GOT FLAT FEET JUST LIKE MY HERO MEGAMAN


Total Clam

Hot drat! posted:

We have an opening for a Network Engineer in West Michigan.

If you are interested please email me at konge.doggles@gmail.com and I will provide the link to the full job posting.

Who we are: a tribal government
Where we are: West Michigan
Job Title: Network Engineer
Position Type: Full Time
Salary: $65,933 - $70,054
Benefits: Employer paid healthcare

If this is Nottawaseppi, could the position be filled through the Grand Rapids office?

Edit: Found it on the website, CCNP required. My CCNA won't cut that.

Oyster fucked around with this message at 19:19 on Feb 26, 2020

Head Bee Guy
Jun 12, 2011

Retarded for Busting

Grimey Drawer

KillHour posted:

It's like Next Door, except instead of complaining about minorites in your neighborhood, you get a posse together to chase them out!



We like to call it a pivot.


And we have a bunch of open positions!


Who we are: Citizen, a public-safety app
Where we are: Financial District, NYC


Engineering Manager
Backend Engineer
Lead UX Researcher
HR Business Partner
Head of Marketing
Product Marketing Manager



mod edit: don't break tables with your images

Somebody fucked around with this message at 19:16 on Feb 27, 2020

Internet Explorer
Jun 1, 2005





Oven Wrangler

Head Bee Guy posted:

We like to call it a pivot.


And we have a bunch of open positions!


Who we are: Citizen, a public-safety app
Where we are: Financial District, NYC


Engineering Manager
Backend Engineer
Lead UX Researcher
HR Business Partner
Head of Marketing
Product Marketing Manager

No, seriously, your app loving sucks and you should stop trying to recruit people.

Lutha Mahtin
Oct 10, 2010

My rampant shitposting has broke my brain beyond repair. I have no redeemable qualities and wish to be put out of my shitposting misery for good. TIA!

Racism is bannable but advertising job openings for my racist app company isn't technically racism. Checkmate, forum rules

Inept
Jul 8, 2003

3 olives has a payment plan with his phone company for his cell phone

All of the racism of nextdoor, and the app also encourages you to go film things in progress if you're near them. Hey, can you film this fatal car accident for us? tia

Thanks Ants
May 21, 2004

Bless You Ants, Blants



Fun Shoe

Nightcrawler was meant to disturb you, not give you ideas

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Feb 13, 2007


RICKARUS

It's Moot baby!






That app is loving disgusting, but please don't start poo poo in this thread. Keep this to job posting discussion only. Thanks.

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