[Chicago] Python-heavy job opening
robkapteyn at gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 01:18:59 CET 2012
I've been trying to decide how much to ask when I officially re-enter the
Then I saw this posting from this morning --
"Minimum two years of experience with: Python (2.7.x), jQuery+UI, Ajax,
HTML5, CSS3, MongoDB, OS X, Web Standards."
"$40k-$50k base salary"
It seems like a fun and interesting job, but isn't this ~HALF the going
rate for this skill set in Chicago ?
Or am I that far out-of-touch with the market ?
On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 12:04 PM, isaac <nerkles at gmail.com> wrote:
> I’ve not been active in the group for a long time (how are ya?!), but my
> job is opening up, so I thought I’d see if anyone here is interested. The
> description is below:
> IT & Web Development
> Chicago Legal Search, Ltd., a leading legal recruiting firm founded in
> 1988, is seeking a well-rounded, full-time (9-5) web developer. You will be
> responsible for a large internal web app used for recruiting as well as
> three public-facing websites. The internal app is in the Pylons framework
> and the sites are in Django. Additional duties include server and
> workstation maintenance and setups, backups, networking, and some help
> desk. The office computers and servers are all Mac. The servers handle
> local DNS, file sharing, wiki and VPN.
> Minimum two years of experience with: Python (2.7.x), jQuery+UI, Ajax,
> HTML5, CSS3, MongoDB, OS X, Web Standards.
> Any experience with Pylons, Django, CoffeeScript, Twitter Bootstrap, OS X
> Server, Mercurial, nginx, uWSGI and responsive web design is helpful.
> Our 12-person company is entrepreneurial, collegial and very casual.
> $40k-$50k base salary, plus year-end bonus potential, depending on level of
> experience. Please email your resume and work samples/portfolio, in strict
> confidence, to Gary A. D'Alessio, Esq., President, at
> gdalessio at chicagolegalsearch.com.
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> Chicago at python.org
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