Wednesday, 09 March 2005

Note: I am posting this entry because readers of this weblog might be interested in the job openings mentioned here. This post is my own, and is not a communication by or for my employer. I am just trying to make people aware of some opportunities that I happen to know about.

Any talented software developers out there?

The company I work for, Corillian, is hiring right now. Among the jobs being recruited at the time of this posting are two for which I have some sort of responsibility: A software development engineer with ASP.NET experience in the Security department; and a developer with experience working with and programming on SharePoint 2003 to work in the corporate IT department.

Corillian's a cool company to work at, and both positions are good opportunities (I think) for people interested in either of these work areas.

So, if you know anyone who might fit the bill (talented SharePoint programmers or experienced development engineers wanting to work on building some really cool Internet security products), drop me a line right quick and I will make sure resumes and letters get routed appropriately. See the "Contact" section in the sidebar to reach me, or apply through the web site. Details about each position are available on the Corillian web site, as well.

By the way - There are even more cool jobs open at the company right now for QA people, sales execs, project managers, system administrators and technical account managers - So if you're in the Portland area and any of those catch your eye, you might want to check them out.

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Wednesday, 09 March 2005 20:49:14 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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Friday, 11 March 2005 11:38:09 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
I'll be the guinea pig here and ask some questions.

Does Corillian allow teleworking? Do I need to be in your state able to come into the office, or can I work from home where teeth are a commodity (Georgia).

Most development jobs today don't require an office or you to be physically on-site in many instances. It's a problem when it comes to taxes and government type stuff though, which I completely understand. I also wouldn't like having to fly to some other state when said company decided not to pay me for services rendered. I've been weary of subcontracting work for that very reason though it's very tempting since I really don't have to relocate to do the same stuff I'm doing right now.
Friday, 11 March 2005 20:43:41 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
Sure, reasonable question. While the company does, in some cases, allow teleworking, in the case of these particular positions that's not an option. They both require on-site work. But for someone who lives in/has always wanted to live in the great northwest, it's a coolio deal!
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