[TriZPUG] JOB: Two Python/Plone Positions Open @ UNC
josh_johnson at unc.edu
Tue Jan 12 15:51:10 CET 2010
One of the positions is still open: https://s4.its.unc.edu/RAMS4/details.do?reqId=1001034&type=S
I'll be at the next meeting if anyone wants to talk to me about the
position in person.
On Nov 18, 2009, at 11:44 AM, Josh Johnson wrote:
> Hey everybody,
> As I mentioned at a meeting a while back, I'm building a software
> development team, and I've got two positions opening up. Well,
> they've officially been opened.
> We're looking for 2 mid-level Python developers that are either good
> with Plone or don't mind becoming really good with Plone :) We've
> got some existing Plone infrastructure that we really want to
> utilize, but we're starting from the ground up for the most part.
> There's potential and room here for other solutions.
> The emphasis is on thorough, sound programming, not the framework we
> use. Enthusiasm is a big plus.
> We don't have a dedicated sysadmin, so the whole team will be
> involved in maintaining and configuring the application
> infrastructure, so experience with that is another big plus, but not
> a necessity.
> I'm in the process of establishing that infrastructure this very
> minute, and my focus is on keeping the maintenance burden as light
> as possible. This is a *pager-free* infrastructure.
> We'll be strongly encouraged to document and publish our solutions
> in various scientific and bioinformatics journals. This is a really
> good opportunity to get published and get specific recognition for
> your work.
> Feel free to contact me directly for more unofficial, informal
> information. If you'd like to apply, you have to use the "Apply for
> This Position" link on the job postings.
> I won't be able to make tomorrow's meeting (going out of town till
> the 1st), but I will be checking e-mails and would be happy to talk
> to any interested parties (in an unofficial and informal manner)
> anytime :)
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