Hiring senior and less-senior engineers
smorrey at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 07:19:28 MST 2008
Only thing you missed AFAIK is a lack of salary range. I usually like
to see a job's salary range before applying to it.
On Jan 4, 2008 7:16 AM, Steve <smorrey at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 3, 2008 10:02 PM, Jonathan Ellis <jonathan at utahpython.org> wrote:
> > Summary: Short-term we need Java skill. Long term we are interested
> > in a diverse skill set. (Even short term, I'm subversively using
> > Jython. But officially it is a Java project. Shh.)
> > We pay well -- our corporate parent is based in Chicago and that is
> > where they calibrate salaries. (And if you are _really_ senior? Yes,
> > we can afford you. :) Everyone has a 30 inch monitor and a top of the
> > line laptop.
> > Here's the craiglist posts with the gory details:
> > Senior engineer: http://saltlakecity.craigslist.org/sof/527502941.html
> > Entry level engineer: http://saltlakecity.craigslist.org/sof/527547256.html
> > Most of the details are the same except for the experience we're
> > looking for. Basically, for entry level we really mean entry level.
> > If you're fresh out of school and never used svn for coursework, okay,
> > we understand there's a learning curve.
> > For now we are most interested in local candidates but if you are
> > super awesome we'll consider telecommuters.
> > This is my first time writing a help-wanted post so flame away. (Help
> > me out here -- what is a grander-sounding title than "entry level
> > engineer?" :)
> > -Jonathan
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