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simplabs is hiring a Remote Full Stack Web Engineer

# Who We are\n\nsimplabs is a Digital Product Development Consultancy the develops web-based solutions for international clients. We realize projects with clients and teach them how along the way. Our team of experts delivers everything from ideation to design and engineering. We are an active member of the open source community (we reserve 20% of our time for non-client work), are involved with several high-profile projects, organize meetups and conferences.\n\n# What We do\n\nWe develop digital products using modern technologies for our clients and help clients develop products themselves via mentoring and training. Our clients range from small local and international startups to enterprises.\n\nWe focus on Web Engineering with JavaScript and TypeScript, Elixir/Phoenix and Ruby on Rails and are consistently involved in the respective open-source communities. We also ensure that our workshops and other events organized by us are accessible to a wide part of the tech community by ensuring these events are free or by providing diversity sponsorships for people who are yet underrepresented in tech.\n\nWe support team members to attend and participate in conferences and other IT events and we mentor and encourage interested engineers to present at events themselves. We believe that development of technical and interpersonal skills is important to our team members, and we're therefore committed in providing growth opportunities which include paid time to work on open source projects, attend trainings and participate in mentorships and more.\n\nWe strongly believe that diversity of experience contributes to a wider outlook of our team that not only improves our working atmosphere but also increases our productivity as a company. We are committed to increase the diversity of our team wherever we can and we encourage everyone to consider becoming a part of it.\n\n# Who We are looking for\n\nWe are looking for a Web Engineering Consultant to join our team. We expect experience with frontend and backend frameworks as well as the web platform in general. We appreciate writing maintainable, tested code as well as sound and sustainable practices around engineering and collaboration (see our [Playbook](https://github.com/simplabs/playbook) for more). We are looking forward to your application if you share this appreciation with us.\n\n# Responsibilities\n\n- you will help clients with their projects as well as support our open source projects\n- you're sensitive to clients' needs and you're creating trusting work relationships by reviewing code or discussing implementation options in a collaborative fashion\n- you will mentor client teams via workshops, pair programming, presentations, reviews etc. – know-how transfer is an important aspect of the work we do\n- you share your learnings made on client and open-source projects with the community through blog posts, videos, podcasts, etc.\n- we're committed to our participation in the open source community and give talks, attend conferences, host meetups etc. If you enjoy doing that as well that's great and we'll make sure to support you in any related engagements\n\n# Skills\n\n## Must-Have\n\n- working experience with frontend as well as backend technologies (ideally with one or more of React, Elixir/Phoenix, Ruby on Rails – or deep expertise in other frameworks alternatively), either in commercial projects or open source\n- collaborating well in a team environment\n- showing attention to detail\n\n## Bonus\n\n- previous experience working on open-source projects is a plus\n- experience with infrastructure (e.g. CI, deployment automation, etc.)\n- experience with other frameworks are a plus\n- experience with consulting work arrangements as well as mentoring/training experience are a plus\n- any experience in product management, including sprint planning in collaboration with a product team / product owners is a plus\n\n# How we work\n\nWe're a team of open-minded developers who value collaboration, empathetic working relationships and well-crafted code. Beyond a supportive team culture and a relaxed work atmosphere, we enable you to take part in modern projects for clients ranging from small startups to big enterprises, national as well as international. We work closely with our clients and encourage direct communication without intermediaries. You'll have responsibility early on and have the opportunity to both guide the development of these client projects as well as grow your own technical and interpersonal skill set.\n\nWe also offer the opportunity to travel internationally (not for now but fingers crossed that's going to be possible again soon) - either to visit clients on-site for a limited time or to attend tech conferences (if you enjoy speaking or you're interested to do so that's awesome! We'll support you in finding mentoring support either through one of our experienced team members or any other external support that you find useful).\n\nApart from working on client projects we also maintain a bunch of open source libraries and tools on which you're invited to work on as well. We reserve 1 day of the week for such work or work on writing blog posts, recording videos or preparing conference talks.\n\n# What we offer\n\n- self-guided work on interesting projects for international clients\n- competitive salary\n- 30 days of paid vacation\n- a flextime schedule to accommodate the needs of caretakers\n- time to work on open source projects (1 day per week reserved for non-client work)\n- personal support to deepen your knowledge in topics that you feel are close to you\n- chance and support to attend and speak at international conferences\n- a flat organization with little process standing in your way\n- regular company events to meet your team members an international, communicative and supportive team flexible work environment\n- we are a full remote company and all team members get to choose whether they work from home or a co-working space close to them\n- learning budget for workshops, conferences, books, etc.\n- notebook, screen, phone, etc. as well as a coworking budget or budget for setting up a home-office \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000 — $90,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU-only


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Fomo

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🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $50k - $100k

growth

 

paid marketing

 

content marketing

 

digital marketing

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Fomo is a marketing conversion “social proof” tool in its 5th year of operations. We help our users show off their customer activity to prospective shoppers, which builds credibility and increases conversions.\n\nWe are first-to-market in our niche, patented, and have invested heavily in our product from a technical perspective to be the most robust tool for what we do. \n\nFomo is a bootstrapped company with a small team of mostly developers. This is an opportunity to make a big impact in a fast-paced environment with a lot of responsibility.\n\n#Role\nWe are looking for hungry, scrappy, creative, resourceful, growth-minded consultants who can propose growth ideas and execute from start to finish with little supervision. The ideal individual(s) can:\n1. Brainstorm and pitch ideas\n2. Create a proposal with a fully scoped project outline and goal metrics\n3. Execute the proposal without supervision and provide recurring performance reports\n4. Provide thoughtful post mortem documentation and key learnings\n\nYou will be paid a flat [consultant-style] fee per project, with opportunities for bonus compensation pending performance goals being met or exceeded. If it is a good fit, you will have unlimited opportunity to continue pitching ideas and executing. You will report directly to the CEO.\n\n#Requirements\nLoose. Pitch us an idea and tell us why you are equipped to execute it.\n\n#Salary\n$1,000 - $5,000 per project. Maximum timeline of 3 months per project. Project deliverables can range from content, social media campaigns, ads, to CRO. We are not looking for e.g. user research, but you are welcome to incorporate that into a project by interviewing our support staff.\n\n#Location\nWorldwide\n\n#How to Apply\n1. Check us out at https://fomo.com, http://help.fomo.com/, and https://blog.fomo.com/. Pitch 1-3 growth ideas you would feel comfortable executing from start to finish.\n2. Describe why you are equipped to execute your ideas and what tools or resources (engineering, design, etc) you would need to get started.\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$50,000 — $100,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Concentrix Tigerspike

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💰 $70k - $90k

dev

 

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react

 

javascript

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Concentrix Tigerspike is an award-winning digital services company and Apple Mobility Partner on a mission to improve people’s lives through technology.\nWe're expanding and now looking for a Senior React Native Engineer to join us in Poland. Mentored by one of our seasoned Tech Lead’s, you will be part of a team of 35+ engineers in Europe creating custom solutions.\nSo, if you have a thirst for innovation and want to work with talented and passionate people in an informal and high energy environment then read on!\n\n**Tell me More!**\n\nWhen you join this team you will work continuously with the development team as well as the test engineering teams to ensure that we are providing the highest quality of code, peer code reviews and pair programming.\nYou’ll gain experience with industries from NGOs to Travel and have the opportunity to provide a meaningful voice in developing products that improve people's lives.\nIn recent projects, we created a Smart Cities platform using React and AWS's IoT products for SSE and launched a pilot project for NIHR, the NHS's research arm, which required AWS middleware and native Android (Kotlin) and iOS (Swift) apps.\nFor your first project, you'll join a large team split into 3 Scrum squads across the UK and Poland, working with a travel client on their hero consumer app. This world-leading app contains features like geo-sensitive airport maps, food pre-order in the terminal, and prebooking of spaces in lounges.\nYou will be tasked with transitioning the existing apps from Android/ iOS to React Native.\n\n**What experience/ skills do I need?**\n\n\n* A firm grasp of the JavaScript and TypeScript language and its nuances, including ES6+ syntax and the ability to write well-documented, clean JavaScript code compliant with the latest standards.\n* Solid knowledge of best-practice at working with third-party dependencies and debugging dependency conflicts.\n* Experience with automated testing suites, like Jest and Detox.\n* Knowledge of using git-based source control (we use Bitbucket).\n* The confidence and desire to work in a client-facing role.\n\n**Desirable**\n\n* Practical experience in Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery techniques and toolchains - we use Bitrise.\n* Knowledge of state management using React Hooks.\n* Familiarity with secure coding best practices.\n* Writing code that follows SOLID principles, platform-specific conventions and common design patterns.\n* Skilled in securing data in transit and at rest using a variety of encryption techniques.\n* Knowledge of object-oriented programming patterns.\n* Familiarity with native build tools, like XCode, Gradle and Android Studio.\n* Understanding of REST APIs, the document request model, and offline storage.\n* Experience using the styled components library.\n* Experience with native application development for iOS or Android.\n* Experience creating white label solutions (shared codebase, supporting multiple products).\n* Ability to work with complex requirements and make pragmatic decisions on priority and implementation approach.\n* Knowledge of Scrum or Kanban.\n\n**What's in it for me?**\n\n**Empowerment** - to be autonomous within a self-organising team that is passionate to deliver quality\n\n**Professional Growth** - you're probably happiest when you’re learning new things, so you’ll be given an annual allowance to spend on your professional growth such as attending a conference or taking a course.\n\n**Architecture** - author and critique software designs and architectures\n\n**Mentorship** - a chance to mentor and support other members of your team, providing technical leadership and advice and receive mentorship yourself\n\n**Collaboration** - you’ll work in a multi-disciplinary Agile team, forming a close relationship with clients\n\n**Innovation** - our monthly ‘Innovation Day’ allows us to take a break from client work to spend time playing with the latest tech and improving our tools and techniques\n\n**Delivering Quality** - author and critique software designs and architectures. You’ll ensure the quality of the software you write through pair programming, unit tests, integration tests and automated UI tests\n\n**What else?**\n\n* Flexible hours\n* Remote working\n* The chance to collaborate with other offices (e.g. Sydney, Melbourne, Tokyo, Dubai, Singapore, New York) on other exciting projects\n* An annual allowance to spend on your personal growth such as Snowboarding lessons, learning to play an instrument or even a beer tasting course!\n* We have a place for everyone and a club for almost everything: Gaming, Spa, Book club, Sports club, Pet appreciation- the list goes on!\n* 25 days holiday (in addition to all public holidays)+ a bonus day for your birthday!\n* Generous monthly mobile phone allowance\n* A Sportscard\n* Plenty of breaks for things like planking, meditation and TigerBite\n\n**Who are we?**\n\nConcentrix Tigerspike is a digital services company, established in 2003, that solves complex problems by creating digital products, providing consultative services and helping businesses to define their digital strategy.\nPart of the Concentrix family since 2017, we’re proud partners with Apple, SAP, AWS and a Google Certified Developer Agency Partner.\nWe have a team of more than 300 Tigerspikers, in 10 locations around the world, that believe in collaboration in an Agile environment - where our designers and engineers work side by side to create beautiful, functional and valuable digital products that solve important problems.\nOur approach to research and flexibility in our approach has awarded us a reputation for innovation with repeat customers such as Emirates Airline, AMEX, The United Nations, and ADP.\n\nWant to know more? Check out our [Blog](https://tigerspike.com/blog/)!\n\n**NB: This position is open on both a contract (immediate start) and a permanent basis. For contractors we will consider all locations, but for a perm position (B23B contract) you must have the right to work in Poland . **\n\n*We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability status.* \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$70,000 — $90,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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****100% Remote I US & Canada\n\nSoftware is broken, and we're working hard to fix it. While the goal may seem audacious, it’s what drives us. We believe that the current state of software development is not good enough and we’re looking for others to help join our cause and improve the lives of software developers, business owners, and users who are saddled with hard-to-maintain code, cost overruns, and buggy apps.\n\nDevelopers at Test Double are primarily focused on writing high quality software to solve our customer’s problems. Focus should be paid towards implementing solutions that are well-tested, easily maintained, and built with empathy for its users' needs. Many of our engagements allow us to work alongside our clients' development staff as well. Building software in close collaboration with our clients' people gives us the opportunity to learn from one another as we share our knowledge and experience as a broader team.\n\nKnowledge sharing and continuous improvement are among our core values, so we encourage our people to share what they're learning with others. We're proud to support our Double Agents when they speak at meet ups & conferences, blog, screencast, contribute to open source, and organize in their local software community. These activities are one way we can have an impact on the world beyond our day-to-day client service, so our team members support one another with encouragement, mentorship, and feedback.\n\nTest Double is still a small and adaptable agency so we are actively enlisting the help of all of our developers to guide and improve our business. Those opportunities may entail participating in our candidate evaluation process, improving our candidate outreach, helping with account management and sales, or even improving upon our ability to keep other employees engaged and fulfilled within their careers. The potential impact you can have on growing and improving Test Double is limitless.\n\nOur mission is to improve the way the world builds software, and central to our success is focusing on people first. We want all of our Double Agents to feel happy, heathy, and supported, and believe work-life balance is paramount to achieving this goal. We provide ample opportunities for our developers to feel engaged and supported in their remote environment, including employee resource groups centered around interpersonal growth, weekly team hangouts to learn a new skill, coffee chats to meet a new member on the team, and much more.\n\nOur Developers…\n\nAre expected to:\n- Create high-quality software that meets the needs of its users (right now, most of our work is in Ruby, Javascript, Elixir, Golang, and Java.) \n- Automate tests to the extent necessary to maintain systems that are easy to understand and change\n- Share experience and knowledge with client developers so that they are well-positioned to succeed, even long after we're gone\n- Quickly and efficiently learn our client’s business domain, existing systems, and strategy\n- Learn new frameworks, technologies, languages, and techniques so that you are able to adapt to the changing needs of our clients\n- Identify technology, process, and communication issues facing our clients and propose ideas to help them improve\n- Communicate openly and honestly with everyone, even when we know the news will not be positively received\n- Leverage slack time for personal career growth\n\nAre encouraged to:\n- Share with the broader community (e.g. speaking, blogging, mentoring, organizing events)\n- Assist in the outreach programs aimed at bringing in more Double Agents\n- Contribute to the candidate evaluation process\n- Collaborate with other agents on internal processes and initiatives to help the company accomplish its mission\n- Contribute to open source software projects\n\nReceive benefits:\n- 5 weeks paid time off (vacation and sick time)\n- 10 paid holidays\n- Up to 15 weeks parental leave (8 weeks at 100% of salary)\n- 1 week of conference attendance (and up to $3,000 of expense)\n- ESOP Employee stock ownership program - Test Double is 100% employee owned\n- New computer hardware purchase every 3 years\n- Co-working space reimbursement (1/2 rent upto $500 monthly) \n- 2 week Sabbatical leave after 5th year\n\nUS-based agents receive:\n- Health Insurance via United Healthcare (we pay 75% of premiums)\n- Dental Insurance via Delta Dental (we pay 50% of premiums)\n- Vision Insurance via VSP (we pay 50% of premiums)\n- 401(k) via Vanguard (we contribute 3% of your salary)\n- Short and Long Term Disability via Mutual of Omaha (we pay 100% of premiums)\n\nCanadian agents receive:\n- Life Insurance and AD&D\n- Short and Long Term Disability\n- Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance\n- Retirement contribution match up to 3% of employee's salary \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$105,000 — $127,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUnited States, Canada


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Grow and Convert

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Pst-Est Timezone
 
💰 $35k - $75k

facebook ads

 

twitter ads

 

content promotion

 

performance marketing

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**About Grow and Convert**\n\nGrow and Convert is a content marketing agency that differentiates itself by publishing a smaller number of articles than other content firms, but at a much higher quality. We use carefully measured data to attribute leads to individual articles (more detail about why we’re different than most agencies [in this post](https://growandconvert.com/top-content-marketing-agency/)). We have a wide range of clients from B2B services, to SaaS, to select B2C companies. \n\nOur team is 100% remote (and will always be). Our clients are worldwide, although most are in the U.S.\n\n**About this role**\n\nWe drive traffic to every article we publish for our clients with paid social advertising. This is also one of our key differentiators as a content agency. Most agencies don’t do much promotion of the content they publish. We use our own budget to drive extremely targeted traffic (that gets as close to the client’s target customer profile as possible) to each article. This exposes it to the right audience immediately and drives immediate conversions. \n\nWe’re looking for someone to come in and own paid content promotion for all of our clients. \n\nWe currently use another agency to manage all of our paid ads, and while we’re happy with the performance they’ve been able to achieve, longer term, we think this expertise needs to be in-house so we can continue to improve it, invest in it, and scale it. \n\nBut what’s nice is you’ll be walking into an existing process and foundation and building and improving paid ad performance from there. So, we’re looking for a smart, creative paid ads manager who can come in and bring ideas to improve the existing account structure and performance.\n\nThe two main paid channels that we use to drive traffic and conversions to our content are Facebook and Twitter. That said, we’re open to other channels that can drive qualified traffic to our content as well (Reddit, Quora, things we haven’t thought of yet).\n\nYou’ll be responsible for managing ads for around 15 accounts in the short term, and over the next year, we’re looking to scale that number to over 30.\n\n[This article explains our current approach to paid advertising](https://growandconvert.com/content-marketing/content-distribution-strategy/) and how this fits into the big picture.\n\n**Responsibilities**:\n\n* Manage paid ad spend across all of our clients\n* Test 3 new articles per month per client, and make decisions around which content makes sense to continue advertising based on performance\n* Determine what channel or mix of channels makes the most sense for each client (ie. Facebook, Twitter, something else?)\n* Work with our content strategist team to help them achieve their goals for each client\n\n**Your background**\n* You should have prior experience running direct response Facebook campaigns and/or have used Facebook to drive traffic to blog posts\n* You should have a proficiency in Google Analytics\n* You should have experience managing multiple campaigns at once\n\nThe role will start as a contract position with the possibility of moving to full-time down the road. We’d estimate that this will take around 10-20 hrs per week to start.\n\n**Compensation:**\n\n$250/month per account, so when the candidate manages all 15 accounts, that would be $3750 per month. We’ll start by testing a candidate on one account, the two, then three and rapidly scaling to all 15 from there. Then if that goes well we’ll discuss further growth and a potential full time role down the road. \n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$35,000 — $75,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nPst-Est Timezone


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The Duckbill Group


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🇺🇸 US-only
 
💰 $120k - $140k

media

 

saas

 

product manager

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The Duckbill Group is a small and growing company looking for its first full-time marketing hire to level up our marketing.\n\nWhy now? Simply put, our business is growing and we’ve taken our marketing machine as far as it can go given our expertise and time. We’re looking for someone far better than we are to dedicate themselves to improving our marketing.\n\nDuckbill presents a unique challenge for a product marketer: we operate three distinct lines-of-business with their own customer personas, GTM strategy, and sales approach. Each line of business works together, feeding each other and growing each other. Those lines of business are:\n\n* [Our AWS cost management consulting](https://www.duckbillgroup.com), which is focused on enterprise B2B.\n* [Our media business](https://www.lastweekinaws.com), which operates multiple media publications and generates its own revenue via sponsorships.\n* [DuckTools](https://www.ducktools.com), our niche SaaS app in the AWS cost optimization space.\n\nYour work will primarily focus on our consulting and SaaS at first, and we expect you’ll naturally begin splitting time evenly between them after a while.\n\nYou will be our first full-time marketing hire, taking over the duty from one of our founders (the CEO, whom you’ll report to). This gives you the opportunity to shape a marketing function as it grows from its early days. You will be expected to get your hands dirty and execute on the plans you create. Our expectation is that you will figure out new ways for us to grow our audience and better reach our prospective customers, which will naturally lead to a mix of contractors, agencies, and additional staff as we grow.\n\nWhile “first marketing hire” causes some to dread the conversations around convincing everyone marketing is important, we’re happy to say you won’t have any of those issues here. We’re all big believers in the value and power of effective marketing here.\n\n\n**Responsibilities**\n\n* Be responsible for determining the right marketing activities to do and ensuring their execution. We currently use SEO, email, organic social, and digital events for our growth, but we'd love to hear your ideas.\n* Regularly measure progress of our marketing activities and experiments, and make adjustments as needed\n* You should have a proven track record in driving growth, revenue, and inbound leads. You will have KPIs you'll be responsible for hitting (audience growth and inbound leads).\n* Provide your marketing expertise to the founders as input to our marketing strategy.\n* The content side of sales enablement is a big part of this role. You’ll work closely with our sales staff to ensure they have the best collateral for their needs, as well as continually honing our messaging for both the sales team and for our website.\n* We use a lot of email marketing in Duckbill in the form of automated funnels and some basic segmentation and personalization. We’re hoping to improve our segmentation and per-segment messaging. You’ll be responsible for this end-to-end.\n* Oversee the growth of our Media publications and ensure our total audience reach continues to grow. We’re currently experimenting with organic content, but we’re betting you have other great ideas.\n* Manage and direct the various marketing contractors and vendors we rely on. They'll take their direction from you, and you'll be responsible for identifying new contractors/vendors as needed.\n* Manage the marketing spend and sticking within our budget.\n\n**Some example upcoming projects**\n\n* We’re releasing our first lead magnets along with automated email sequences to accompany them soon. We’d like to do more of these but aren’t sure which opportunities are the best for us.\n* We’re beginning to experiment with content creation for SEO and organic traffic. There’s opportunity here for building a team of writers and an expansive content plan.\n* We’d like to start some email marketing specifically for our target customer base, perhaps in the form of a monthly email newsletter.\n* We’ve learned of the power of webinars as a result of our work for sponsors, but haven’t yet started this ourselves. We’d like to experiment with them.\n* Help us build the SaaS GTM plan--from scratch! We’ve got some ideas, you’ve got plenty more.\n\n\n**Requirements**\n\n* 5+ years of experience in an B2B SaaS startup in a marketing role\n* Prior experience managing contractors, vendors, or staff. While you won't have any employees under you, you will be expected to manage and direct any marketing contractors/vendors you bring in.\n* Significant experience in inbound, content-oriented marketing using both organic and paid tactics\n* Prior experience in an early-stage startup. We’re a small company and you’ll need to be used to working in one and all that entails.\n* Prior experience leveraging a founder’s public influence to drive growth. Much of our lead generation is the result of our founders being active in public; you will need to leverage and grow that further, and prior experience doing so is important to us.\n* You should be comfortable with writing a lot and reading even more. 90% of team communication within Duckbill is written, whether it’s Slack, a Google Doc, or email. We use long-form writing for communicating ideas and discussing them.\n* US-based and legally authorized to work in the United States (sorry, Legal requires it 🙁 )\n\n**Nice-to-Haves**\n\n* Prior experience in the AWS cost optimization space. If you have it, awesome. If you don’t, no problem--you’ll learn it with us.\n* Prior experience leveraging a founder’s public influence to drive growth. Much of our lead generation is the result of our founders being active in public; you will need to leverage and grow that further, and prior experience doing so is important to us.\n* Experience with various marketing tools. We use Pipedrive for CRM, ConvertKit for email, Buffer for social media. Clearly, we have room to expand and you should be familiar with the options and how to evaluate them for our use.\n* Prior experience with executives who build software products on AWS.\n\n\n**Compensation & Benefits**\n\nCompensation for this role ranges between $120,000 and $140,000 per year depending on experience; we do not provide equity.\n\nWe provide a 401(k) with a 100% match up to 6% of your salary. The 401(k) vests immediately, too.\n\nWe provide healthcare, vision, and dental with premiums fully covered by the company. Of course trans benefits are covered; trans rights are human rights. Dependents are covered 50%.\n\n“Unlimited PTO” is often misused to pressure employees into taking less vacation than they should, so we offer 3 weeks of PTO that accrue monthly, plus unlimited sick leave.\n\n“Paid parental leave” is challenging for a small company. Being a parent is far more challenging, so we of course offer paid parental leave for new parents of any gender.\n\nWe provide an allowance of up to $3,000 for setting up your home office, or we’ll cover the cost of a membership at a coworking space.\n\n\n**About Us**\n\nWe look for three things in every candidate: smart, humble, and hungry. That is, we actively seek out people to join us who are emotionally intelligent, desire to build up the team rather than solely themselves, and passionately pursue goals and outcomes.\n\nWe are a fully remote company with team members in San Francisco, Portland, NYC, and more. We’re a small company (you’d be employee #9!) and a young company (our two year anniversary is March 1, 2021).\n\nWe are not venture-funded, and have no intention of becoming so. We’re financed instead by the magic of revenue and profitability. We focus on growing steadily and remaining profitable as we do.\n\n\n**Diversity & Inclusion**\n\nWe’re building a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other. We hire adults. We value transparency, autonomy, experimentation, and kind, direct feedback. We welcome nontraditional candidates, and people of all backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives. We’re an equal opportunity employer and our hiring process is structured to put you at ease and help you demonstrate your best work. If we are doing a poor job of this at any time, please let us know. We hire for strengths, not absence of weakness. Come do great things with us. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$120,000 — $140,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🇺🇸 US-only


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Bright Idea Education


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edu

 

non tech

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\nI have a role with a company that is a global leader in edge-to-cloud PaaS.\n\nThe role:\n\n\n* Design, build and maintain production ready enterprise container platforms and underlying infrastructure with good DevOps practice and automations tools\n\n* Work with collaboration with customers to design and build platforms to their requirements\n\n* Provide architectural design input and best practice to customer design\n\n\n\n\nThe requirements:\n\n\n* Experience creating container-based solutions on an enterprise container platform (e.g. Rancher, OpenShift, Docker EE, Azure AKS)\n\n* Proficiency with Kubernetes\n\n* Good understanding of the CNCF landscape\n\n* Proficiency in one or more programming or scripting languages\n\n\n\n\n\n* The ability to define solution architectures as code (primarily Terraform & Ansible)\n\n* Good general infrastructure engineering skills\n\n* Good general consulting skills\n\n* Ability to lead on customer projects\n\n\n


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QuickSchools

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\nWe are looking for an AWS expert, particularly on working with Aurora DB.\n\nIf you have upgraded older versions of PostgreSql to Aurora DB, this is big plus.\n\nIf this is your cup of tea, we look forward to hearing from you.\n\nWe estimate that you will be spending between 2-5 hours /week on this project, working directly with the team via zoom/google meet sessions.


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Progressive Recruitment

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devops

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\n\nPROJEKT: \n\nKonzeption (fachlich und technisch), Realisierung und Test eines Tools zur Konvertierung von Massendaten in Textdateien\n\nSKILLS:\n- PL/SQL lesen und verstehen (Reengeneering fachlicher Anforderungen aus bestehendem Code)\n- Zieltechnologiestack noch offen, POCs laufen in Richtung Vertica/Informatica und Apache Spark/GCP\n- DevOps KnowHow bezüglich Cloud, Kubernetes\n- fundierte Kenntnisse in mindestens einer objektorientierten Programmiersprache\n- Python von Vorteil\n\nKOMMENTAR AUS DEM FACHBEREICH:\nDie größte Herausforderung ist die Erstellung einer fachlichen Spezifikation eines Mappings vom einen Dateiformat in das andere. Einige Attribute sind im Ursprungsformat nicht enthalten und es muss geklärt werden, wie wir an diese Attribute gelangen können. Außerdem müssen auf der Zieldatei zusätzlich einige Transformationen wie Verdichtung, Umverteilung von Geldbeträgen etc. durchgeführt werden.\nWichtig ist eine hohe Auffassungsgabe, die Bereitschaft, sich in neue Thematiken einzuarbeiten und selbständige Arbeitsweise.\n\nECKDATEN:\n- Start ASAP, vorerst für 6 Monate\n- Stundensatz verhandelbar\n- aktuell Remote, später mit bis zu 50% Anteil vor Ort\n\nBitte melden Sie sich bei Interesse umgehend bei mir. Ich brauche Ihren aktuellen CV, eine Vorstellung zum Stundensatz und einen möglichen Starttermin, viel Erfolg bei Ihrer Bewerbung!


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Dell


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architecture

 

consultant

 

information architecture

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\nConsultant, Enterprise Information Architect\n\n\nJoin us as a Consultant, Enterprise Information Architect on our IT Architecture team in Brazil to do the best work of your career and make a profound social impact.\n\n\nWhat you’ll achieve\n\n\nDell Technologies creates technology solutions for a changing world. Our IT Architecture team translates our customers’ business requirements into total enterprise-wide solutions. It takes deep technical knowledge to create architectural designs that exceed service requirements. We’re skilled in analyzing the customer’s business goals, objectives, needs and general business environment to create technical system solutions. Our expertise includes integrating hardware, processes, methodologies and software into the customer environment.\n\n\nYou will:\n\n\n* Create enterprise data strategy and associated reference architectures for assigned data domains;\n\n* Analyze business requirements, as well as the industry trends, and translate them into high level information architecture designs based on best practices;\n\n* Facilitate the alignment in defining business glossary, create enterprise level common information model, as well as define enterprise canonical data models; Capture, design and publish integrative and canonical views of enterprise data at multiple levels of abstraction;\n\n* Define, design and document data services, interfaces and data flows with big picture awareness of data sources, interfaces and data flow across the enterprise; Identify and document a domain’s key information assets and associated high level data flows across/between domains;\n\n* Collaborate with business and IT stakeholders and various IT data practice teams to define transitional and target state data architectures;\n\n\n\n\n\nEssential Requirements \n\n\n* Experience in Data or Information Architecture; proficiency in data modeling at all levels (conceptual, logical and physical) with Bachelor’s degree;\n\n* Experience with at least one aspect of enterprise information management, such as data modeling, data governance, reference data management, master data management, meta data management, data integration, etc;\n\n* Good understanding of Enterprise Architecture methodology, able to fit the data/information architecture in the overall enterprise architecture landscape and set the information management standards and directions at the enterprise level;\n\n* Strategic visionary, comfortable dealing with ambiguity and able to see the future trends beyond current requirements;\n\n* Critical thinking, problem solving, comfortable in making judgement call and able to clearly articulate the tradeoffs in proposed architecture design and solution;\n\n* Excellent communication, has strong collaboration, presentation, and consulting skills, comfortable to work with large cross functional teams and able to effectively communicate the enterprise data architecture to business and technical stakeholders at various levels;\n\n\n\n\n\nDesirable Requirements \n\n\n* Good understanding of data technologies;\n\n\n


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No Moss Co


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exec

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\nno moss in a nutshell.\nAt no moss, our purpose is our peoples purpose. That means that every day, were looking for ways to help you find your purpose, and spend your life in its pursuit and maximisation. We call that the #PursuitOfTheUngooglable. Were less a company than an anarchist commune of highly driven people who have aligned purposes. Together, were looking at radically new ways to create economic value together, in four major patterns consultancy, products, innovation, and doing good.\nWhat was a hypothesis three short years ago is now a consultancy on the AFR Fast 100 @ #86, and #9 on the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 Rising Stars, an interactive arts & games studio written about in PC Powerplay featuring an unprecedented 32 games created in 16 months, an innovation program delivering outcomes to The Centre of Independent Studies, the CSIRO and Hello Sunday Morning (the winner of Googles Impact Challenge) as well as founding, funding and supporting over 4,500 micro-volunteers in six countries to complete nearly 20,000 acts of good via our non-profit, Cause Corps.\nAbout 10% of our profits go directly toward our non-profit partners, including One Child and Cause Corps; and our skilled volunteering opportunities are directed toward the latter.\nAs a consultancy, we provide a special rate card accessible only to non profits, helping everything from Indigenous students get connected to scholarships to teaching kids about recycling and ocean plastic via games.\nWe hire for people who want to learn and grow and #DoTheUngooglable; and we have a deep culture of teaching a rolling stone gathers no moss, looking after each other its okay to not be okay, and customer delight a certain polish.\nyou need.\nA consultancy, a product incubator, an innovation hub that prizes three things: * a system of radical transparency. We talk about the customers we lose openly and the reasons why we lost them so we can talk about how to improve together; we publish our games (failed or successful) online to demonstrate our learning journey; we have an internally transparent salary grading and rate card, allowing everybody to know what everybody else makes for themselves and for the company. We make all this and more visible all the time to allow our people to focus instead on making things (and each other) better.\n * a place that values drive. On your first day, expect to be handed a blank sheet of paper and asked: what is your purpose in life? Youll be asked to think about it, and declare it openly and hang it on the office wall, alongside those of every other no mosser. Youll spend your career with us in its renewal, pursuit, refinement and sometimes rejection of this declared purpose as you discover something else. Along the way, youll gain mastery of your craft (if you dont already have it); perhaps a mastery of a (few) new crafts; and definitely mastery of teaching others what you know.\n * an ecosystem of wholeness. We like you for all of you; not just the work face youve been putting on. We like that you were a childhood piano prodigy, or had a previous career in construction. We respect that you dedicate your spare time to writing science fiction, or what you really care about is surfing with your children. We admire that your purpose is to take people off the streets, to create safe environments for people to grow and excel, or to challenge the notion that work-life balance isnt just life balance. Theres room for diversity of thought at no moss, and were privileged to continually better our ecosystem toward that end.\n \nyou like.\nGetting stuff done. A rigorous process that uplifts people and enables them to be the rolling stone that attains a certain polish. You want to add to these organisational learnings and make us better. You want to share what you already know for the betterment of your colleagues, freely and joyfully. You enjoy putting the extra (smartly chosen) mile in to not work hard, but work effectively. You like conversations where we celebrate failing personal, team-based, organisational and subsequent learning.\nyou expect.\nOther people who are purpose driven. People who value psychological safety. A place where people are good at listening and incredible at taking appropriate action. To be free to challenge the status quo and each other to greater things. An ecosystem of people who are outside their comfort zone nearly all the time, working mostly in their learning zone, occasionally edging into their terror zone.\nwe like.\nPeople who dont need us; but are connected to our story and are inspired to be part of a community. People who want to give back to ecosystems that are finding new, more human ways of working.\nwe expect.\nPeople who do what they say and say what theyll do. Outcome driven people who have a history of trying resulting in both successes and learnings from their failures. People who love any one of strategic consulting, products and computer gaming, and technological innovation.\nwe need.\nYou are not just simply someone who has a love for solving challenging technical problems, you also have a deep human drive to coach and help those around you be better and more capable people, and are a champion for continuous improvement of the practices in your team. \n You are able to self-manage with a consulting client plus mentor between two or three other No Mossers. You have had a history of leading technology teams on projects from small single-developer projects up through to large projects with multiple squads, each with around six developers (or if you don't already have this experience you are excited to develop it).\nYou have worked in Scrum and/or Kanban environment, not just for their buzzword but for measurable, empirical outcomes. If you havent, we will teach you. \nWe are open to people who have never formally done this role but aspire to, as well as people who have experience in this role well grade and craft the role for you assuming a cultural growth alignment (not just cultural fit) with us. \nWe work with clients, from visionary founders with a dream, to budding scale ups with millions in funding and market traction, to well established enterprises in the top ASX 20. We work across a wide variety of industries, from retail to non profit to banking to aged care.\nJoining as a Lead Consultant (Software Developer), you will:\n * Develop high-quality software design and architecture, by studying the needs of the business and users, studying systems flow, data usage and work processes and investigate problem areas.\n * Identify, prioritise and execute tasks in an agile software development lifecycle.\n * Develop tools and applications by producing clean, efficient code.\n * Automate tasks through appropriate tools and scripting.\n * Be value focused - understand how to collaboratively work towards building the most valuable part of any system, with the information available right now. Resist the urge to gold plate in favour of building validatable increments of code that deliver value to stakeholders.\n * Build a shared understanding of technical solutions with both technical and business stakeholders, such as though facilitating workshops, developing documentation, flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, code comments and clear code.\n * Lead and participate in practices that add to the software quality, such as reviewing pull requests, configuring linter rules, setting up automated testing and performing validation and verification testing.\n * Coach and grow the capability of the developers in your team.\n * Lead in house efforts that actively contributes to the culture, knowledge and organisational norms. \n \n\n\n\nOur people:\n * Ask each other and the people we work with - How are you? and listen.\n * Independently seek to learn and grow, and are motivated to teach and grow others.\n * Rise to challenges and are resourceful in solving problems.\n * Celebrate each others success.\n \n\n\nBenefits\n\n * Our purpose is our peoples purpose.\n * An ecosystem of wholeness. We like you for all of you; not just the work face.\n * About 10% of our profits go directly toward our non-profit partners.\n * Open to discuss flexible working arrangements at the interview stage\n * Paid Parental Leave\n* 6 weeks Paid Parental Leave at full salary for primary carer (not including government-funded parental leave)\n\n \n* 2 weeks Paid Parental Leave at full salary for secondary carer\n\n \n* Continuation of superannuation payments whilst on paid and unpaid Parental Leave\n\n \n * Opportunities to purchase leave\n * Paid volunteer days with Cause Corps, our not-for-profit micro-volunteering organisation whose mission is to "make doing good a daily habit."\n \n


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Mphasis-Stelligent


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cloud

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\n7+ years of technical experience in AWS Cloud development, operations, or joint DevOps responsibilities.\n\nAWS hands on coding and some travel to customers for consulting to solve complex business problems. \n- Need to have multiple successful customer engagements providing continuous delivery solutions with AWS.\n- AWS Professional Certification highly advised or in process with in 60 days of hire (e.g. AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional or AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional).\n- Have trained, groomed, or mentored 3+ engineers in continuous delivery in the cloud on\nother active customer engagements.\n- In-depth familiarity with complete suite of AWS Services, with particular depth in those that are\nheavily used when providing DevOps Automation solutions, including tools like\nCloudFormation, Code* Services, CloudTrail, CloudWatch, EC2, IAM, OpsWorks, Route 53, S3,\nRDS, SES and VPC.\n- Experience establishing and employing Continuous Integration practices and execution\nplatforms such as CodeBuild or Jenkins.\n- Frequent and comfortable use of configuration management automation tools such as Chef (or\nother such tools) in creating continuous delivery systems.\n\n- Advanced with Docker/Kubernetes/Security and Complex Cloud Computing\n\n-FTE only -\n\n“Must have the ability to work in the US without current/future need for Sponsorship”


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Bitovi


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dev

 

javascript

 

angularjs

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\nABOUT BITOVI:\nBitovi helps companies create better web applications.  \nWe have a track record of designing and building high-profile and amazing web applications through our active Consulting practice.  Our apps are built with tests, full docs and a deployment process in place. We ensure our clients are set up for success and partner with them to solve any problems that come up along the way.\nOur team consists of about 35ish developers and designers located around the US and Canada. This is a remote, full-time position.  Due to historical travel requirements, we are seeking candidates in the US or Canada who are willing and able to travel in the future once business travel resumes post COVID.  Travel averages approximately 3-5 days every 8-12 weeks.\nTL;DR A good short read for interested candidates is our blog postHello Potential Bitovian.\nWHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR:\nWe are looking for highly qualified individuals with the following (in order of priority): \n* 3+ years professional experience developing single page applications\n* A solid background in Modern Front End Development, including JavaScript frameworks \n* Experience in AngularJS and Angular 2+ versions\n* Solid understanding of TypeScript and RxJS\n* Experience with state management patterns and libraries like NgRx or Akita is a plus\n* Strong communication and interpersonal skills who are comfortable interacting with clients\n* A good understanding of Computer Science (CS degree, or equivalent knowledge is required)\n\n\nWe are looking for a candidate who has strong Angular knowledge and production experience on top of a solid JavaScript background.  The interview process will focus on both JavaScript and Angular understanding.  While this role will typically work on Angular projects with our clients, there is a chance team members will have the opportunity to work on other frameworks as well.\nWe welcome diversity and non-traditional paths into the developer profession, and advocate strongly for hiring the right person as opposed to the right combination of tech keywords.  Check out this blog post on what we'd love from a potential Angular Consultant on our team: https://www.bitovi.com/blog/13-things-an-angular-consultant-needs-to-know-to-be-successful\nTHE JOB:\nYou'll work with clients to create applications, discussing and designing architectures, reviewing code, and researching new front-end technologies. \nYou'll have the opportunity to shape a small and growing company by applying your talent and passion to the Angular and JavaScript communities in your own way. \nBitovians often:\n* Present atconferences\n* Give trainings\n* Plan and run meetups\n* Create and maintain open source projects\n* Write articles\n\n\nA LITTLE BIT MORE:\nWe welcome individuals who enjoy identifying the hard parts of application development and simplifying them, talking about software architecture, and teaching others. We also want someone who can lead others and be an integral part of a team.\nSpecifically, the following attributes are major positives:\n* Has an eagerness to learn and execute in the "the right way"\n* Is open minded about development best practices\n* Has some experience with back-end systems and databases\n* Some experience contributing to or using open source projects\n\n\nBENEFITS:\nAt Bitovi, you'll have the opportunity to work with a team of talented individuals who will support and challenge you.  You'll grow through various experiences on client projects as well as internal initiatives and strategic projects.\nBitovians get a slate of great benefits. Bitovi offers:\n* Competitive salary and yearly bonuses\n* Bi-annual company retreats to places likeLas Vegas, New Orleans, and Amelia Island, Florida\n* 401(k) plan with matching\n* 4 weeks of paid vacation\n* Health and dental insurance\n* LTD and Life Insurance\n* Gym membership reimbursement\n* Paid Maternity & Paternity leave\n* Working from home with flexible hours\n\n\nHOW TO APPLY:\nShare a resume and a thoughtful introduction (cover letter!) that shows us that you're the kind of person we've described above.  Your thoughtful introduction should cover why you are interested in this role, something you recently worked on and are proud of, and a fun fact about yourself. \n*Please note that we are not interested in working with Recruiters or Hiring firms at this time. All offers are contingent on passing a successful background check.


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Carex Consulting Group


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\nOur partner in Milwaukee, WI  is looking for a Visualization Developer/Business Intelligence Consultant with healthcare (preferably revenue cycle experience.)  Ideally, you'll live in Wisconsin, but they are open to a remote candidate.\n\nYou will be responsible for providing analysis, developing standard reporting and managing the delivery of key metrics and reports that drive real value for clients and partners. You need a strong data analytics background with the ability to understand, organize and structure data in user-friendly and logical formats.\n\nWhat You'll Bring: \n\n\n*  5+ years of experience in an BI Consultant or Analyst role, who has attained a 4 year degree or equivalent and who has an understanding of healthcare and revenue cycle analytics.\n\n* Five (5) plus years’ experience creating senior management reports in the healthcare; preferably in the revenue cycle environment.\n\n* Hands-on experience in both creating reports and sourcing, organizing and updating data from the appropriate in-house data sets.\n\n* Significant experience working with healthcare billing and payment data, Epic a plus.\n\n* Expertise with managing and mining very large internal and external data sets.\n\n* Ability to manipulate data - SQL essential.\n\n* Experience with a large-scale BI tool required, Sisense reporting is a huge plus.\n\n* Experience building creative visualizations and dashboards utilizing existing widgets provided within the packaged software.\n\n* Ability to transform complex reporting needs into technical specifications, including calculations, parameters, filtering criteria, aggregations etc.\n\n\n


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Carve Systems


closed

infosec

 

dev

 

engineer

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\nUpdate April 2020: If you are interested in what you read below, please apply and we'll get you started on the process. The process starts with a technical puzzle that should take around an hour and will give you an idea of exactly what we mean by software deconstruction. Got questions? You'll get a short intro call right after the puzzle. This is the best place to raise any questions you might have. Carve just hired someone and we are anticipating a late-summer, early-fall 2020 opportunity for the next great candidate. If you are a great candidate and have a different schedule we can talk about that right up front. Thanks ...the Carve team.\n\nThis job is only listed on Stack Overflow: https://stackoverflow.com/jobs/268907/software-deconstruction-engineer-aka-infosec-carve-systems\n\nWhat's the job?\n\n\n* Information security consulting: assessing the security of software and hardware systems.\n\n* Understanding how systems are built and learning how to break them.\n\n* Working with our experienced team on short-to-medium term engagements.\n\n\n\n\nWhat would you do?\n\nEvery two to three weeks you'll get a new project to work on. A typical project will involve:\n\n\n* Recon: Digging into the functionality, design, and implementation of the software system or device.\n\n* Probing: Searching for implementation weaknesses which could indicate a security issue. This is a combination of tools that we use, tools that we build, and manual probing. For device projects this can include firmware extraction, analysis, and hardware interfacing.\n\n* Extending: Now that you've found a weakness... how far can you extend your access into the system?\n\n* Writing: Now that you've hacked your way in you'll need to write-up your findings and work with the developers to make sure they understand what the problem is and how to fix it.\n\n\n\n\nIf you enjoy puzzles and technical variety you'll find this job very enjoyable.\n\nWho are we looking for?\n\n\n* You do not need to have information security experience. If you've got the right technical background and problem solving skills we can train you in the dark arts of infosec.\n\n* People who enjoy writing code, solving problems with code, and learning how computers work at a fundamental level.\n\n* This is not a "travel every week" type of consultant. We do sometimes work at a client site but most of the time we do our projects remotely.\n\n\n\n\nWe’re hiring for all experience levels: from zero career experience to information security veterans.\n\nSkills & Requirements\n\n\n* Deep experience in software and computers. You may have earned this experience with a degree, career as a software developer, or perhaps you've invested in a technical hobby that took you deep into the rabbit hole.\n\n* Technical writing skills (English)\n\n* Resident of the USA and able to be employed in the USA.\n\n\n\n\nWe encourage remote candidates to reply *if* they are residents of the USA.


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The Scale Factory


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architecture

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\nEvery day, we help teams deliver business value on the AWS cloud. We work with customers across a number of sectors, including e-commerce, media, healthcare, and fintech. The infrastructures we work with support millions of pounds of transactions every month.\n\nWorking with other Scale Factory colleagues, you'll help our customers build and operate their cloud solutions, working with their engineers to put together a foundation of good DevOps & SRE practise, helping them move faster, maintain uptime, and keep their secrets safe and secure.\n\nIn this role you will:\n\n\n* Visit customers and understand their business requirements\n\n* Build client relationships\n\n* Review infrastructure and processes using the AWS Well-Architected framework\n\n* Help to identify new sales opportunities, and put together proposals \n\n* Provide recommendations and guidance on good infrastructure and DevOps practice\n\n* Coach and teach customers' staff, and Scale Factory colleagues\n\n* Get hands-on with implementation from time to time\n\n\n\n\nSkills & Requirements\n\nYou'll need production experience working with AWS, and with Linux. If you've designed and built systems in AWS before, we'd like to talk to you. Experience running Kubernetes would be a bonus.\n\nYou'll be building relationships with clients and colleagues, so you'll need to be able to communicate well face-to-face, in front of a whiteboard, and using the written word.\n\nFor some of the work we do, you'll need to hold the AWS Solutions Architect (Professional) certificate. If you don't have that qualification currently, you'll need to pass that exam during your probation period.\n\nOther\n\nThe salary range listed here is indicative - we'll make you an offer based on your location and experience.\n\nWe're not looking to work with recruiters to fill this role.


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Portland Webworks


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dev

 

drupal

 

senior

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\nWe are seeking senior Drupal developers with strong skills in HTML, CSS, and Javascript. You write elegant styling code, viewable on a wide range of devices and platforms. You understand Object-Oriented Programming, applying the technique to build maintainable software.  Working with a talented team of developers, sharing each other's knowledge is important to you. We want people with your skills and a positive attitude to join us. The senior developer role will be influential, introducing new tools, and techniques. The role can be remote for those with a proven track record of success working with remote teams.\n\nWe have a number of large projects in flight and in our project pipeline. A sampling of some are:\n\n\n* Provide job seekers with combined National and local career information and statistics, connecting them with training services and employers.\n\n* Merging multiple Drupal 7 sites into a single, highly custom, Drupal 8 instance\n\n* Building Community Sites to bring citizens together with public services\n\n\n\n\nAs a developer here at PWW, you can expect to:\n\n\n* work on a variety of projects ranging in both size and scope\n\n* deliver high-quality solutions across multiple industries\n\n* consult with clients and our internal UX and Design team on look-and-feel\n\n* work in a dynamic, collaborative environment\n\n* practice and mentor Agile and Continuous Development practices\n\n* participate in peer Code Reviews\n\n* contribute to the company's best practices knowledge base\n\n* Take part in weekly developer lunches to share new ideas and effect the change you want across a whole team\n\n\n\n\nTypes of problems we solve\n\n\n*  Search large datasets and display in a human-friendly manner\n\n*  eCommerce - catalog browsing and ordering.\n\n*  Large content site creation - theming, custom application integration\n\n* Interface with external services like Salesforce and national job listing sites\n\n* Write reusable component-based libraries, sharable between projects\n\n\n\n\nSkills you bring as a senior developer:\n\n\n* Remote Skills (if not local)\n\n\n* Excellent communication skills\n\n* Proactively engage with the team\n\n* Use Slack, Web conferencing, and Jira to show engagement\n\n* Excellent self-motivator, able to manage your time\n\n\n\n\n\n* Strong Object-Oriented programming skills\n\n\n*  Understand concepts like polymorphism and interfaces\n\n\n\n\n\n* Write maintainable code using Software Design Patterns\n\n* Deep knowledge of Drupal 8 or similar CMS system\n\n* Strong Drupal 8 custom module development experience\n\n* Developed projects using Agile\n\n* Proficient with theming and styling.\n\n\n* Javascript, SASS, CSS\n\n\n\n\n\n* Experience with virtual environments like Docker\n\n* Extensive experience developing projects with multiple environments like Dev, QA, and Staging\n\n\n\n\nTools Used at PWW \n\nWe believe in using the best tools to get the job done. At PWW, we believe in automating as much as possible and getting new team members quickly up to speed. To achieve this, we use:\n\n\n* Drupal\n\n* git\n\n* drush\n\n* docker\n\n* Amazon Web Services\n\n* PHP Webstorm / IntelliJ / SublimeText / Atom\n\n* Apache Solr\n\n* MySql\n\n* inVision\n\n* Sketch\n\n* ....and more\n\n\n\n\nWe offer great benefits to full-time or our on-site team members:\n\n\n* Friday Happy Hour\n\n* Weekly catered developer luncheons\n\n* Full-time employees earn on average annual profit share of 19% of your base salary \n\n* Excellent location in Portland's Old Port neighborhood\n\n* In-house weekly yoga instruction\n\n* Flex scheduling\n\n\n


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DIGARC


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\nSummary\n\nThe Technical Data Integration Consultant (TDIC) is accountable for service delivery of data integrations between DIGARC’s solutions and our client’s Student Information System (SIS), as well as other client applications. This role will define and refine the scope of work for integration projects, provide project and change management, data and business rule discovery and alignment, and documentation of the client’s environment. This role will operate in an Agile services implementation process.\n\nEssential Duties and Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Serve as primary point of contact for scheduling, scope confirmation, documentation and delivering and/or receiving materials of integration projects from clients\n\n* Establish and maintain a deep understanding of DIGARC software and professional services offerings\n\n* Work with clients to pre-verify the data elements needed from the SIS\n\n* Document client business rules applicable to the SIS environment\n\n* Create data integration maps applicable for bi-directional owners identifying correlations\n\n* Determine the synchronous/asynchronous communication relationship between the SIS and DIGARC\n\n* Create a detail scope confirmation and generate documentation for integration bolt-on gaps and/or the development of custom integration plug-ins as needed\n\n* Document the data dictionary that defines the client’s customized environment and all data requirements between systems\n\n* Partner with SIS technical data engineers and software developers to ensure that projects remain within pre-defined scope throughout development sprints\n\n* Troubleshoots integration configuration, SQL, XML, JSON data as anticipatory measures for data and communication impediments\n\n* Guide clients using a change control process to minimize project scope creep\n\n* Performs pretest, creates test plan for user acceptance testing for the client, and reviews and documents testing errors and process\n\n* Provide clients with data cleansing opportunities as a result of the data discovery process\n\n* Responsible for serving as a resource answering questions related to the client projects\n\n* Provide client support until activation and completion of the project\n\n\n\n\nCompetencies: \n\n\n* Critical thinker with proven success in providing solutions to solve business issues\n\n* Self-motivated, high energy, results oriented contributor who thrives in a fast-paced setting\n\n* Data oriented approach to problem solving with strong critical thinking skills\n\n* Extremely organized with strong time management and prioritization skills\n\n* Attention to accuracy and detail in all contributions including written and spoken communications\n\n* Ability to build rapport and relationships quickly and develop trust with others\n\n* Ability to listen, understand, anticipate client needs\n\n* Able to multi-task and deal with shifting priorities\n\n* Demonstrated aptitude for constantly learning new technologies\n\n\n\n\nEducation and Experience: \n\n\n* B.S. in Business or related discipline highly desired\n\n* 3 years in a Data Integrations role\n\n* At least 3 years of experience with APIs, JSON, XML and SQL\n\n* Strong project management and client relations skills\n\n\n\n\nPhysical Demands and Work Environment: \n\nThe physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Typical professional office working conditions. \n\nDIGARC is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all of our employees. With this in mind, any applicant who receives a conditional offer of employment with DIGARC will be required to pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen.\n\n** U.S. Citizenship or ability to work in the United States without sponsorship (currently and in the future) **\n\nAll DIGARC employees are expected to display unquestionable integrity in every aspect of work and dealing with others.  Respect for diversity and inclusion of all individuals is imperative to our business success and required.


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