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Chicago - 7 jobs in March 2015

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Anyone Can Learn To Code ● San Francisco ● Work is Part Time with FULL TIME Salary ●

Anyone Can Learn To Code is a professional training course / coding bootcamp that focuses on full-stack web development. ACLTC allows students to retain their full-time jobs by offering a part time approach to class instruction. Classes are held from 6-9:30pm M-Thurs and 9-5pm on Sundays.

We are looking for someone who is both an educator and developer who can serve as the primary instructor for the Anyone Can Learn To Code bootcamp in San Francisco. This teacher will make an outstanding difference in people’s lives as you help them to launch new careers in web development. We’ve done this successfully in Chicago, and we will be opening up in a variety of other locations as well.

We are offering a full time salary (100-120K) + health benefits for this position even though the actual instruction is for just 22 hours per week for just 9 months out of the year.

No recruiters or sales pitches, please.

More Information + Apply Here > http://anyonecanlearntocode.com/launch-your-career-as-an-ins...


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Edelson PC - Investigation Litigation Associate - Chicago, Illinois

Looking to work on complex, high-stakes litigation—but in an informal atmosphere with casual dress, catered lunches, and a variety of amazing perks? Edelson PC is a consumer class action firm that offers associates the opportunity to work on cutting edge issues of first impression in the technology and privacy realm.

Primary responsibilities for full-time investigation associates will include: case development (including investigating potential tech fraud and privacy-related violations and overseeing technical assessments of software and hardware), factual and legal research, complaint drafting, client interaction, and discovery matters. Associates will work with a combination of attorneys and in-house computer forensic experts and should be able to communicate fluently in both law and tech.

Candidates should possess the following:

  -A law degree from an accredited university

  -Excellent academic law school record

  -Technical background

  -Computer science or computer engineering degree or other comparable credentials

  -0-4 years of legal experience

  -Creative intellect and ability to navigate issues of first impression
Starting salary of $120K - 135K (DOE), as well as a merit based annual bonus.

For more information and to apply, visit: http://edelson.com/apply-now/.


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Digital H2O (http://digitalh2o.com) - Chicago Full time Front End Engineer

We're looking for software engineers to join us building applications to solve the challenge of cost-effectively and sustainably managing oilfield water. We believe passionately in the “win-win”; world-class data analysis, combined with software and marketplace mechanisms, can help our society solve challenging natural resource and environmental problems.

As our primary/senior front-end developer you will have the enormous opportunity to join a founding team and develop a system from the ground up.

Highlights from our tech stack: AWS, Ember, SASS, MongoDB, NodeJS, Python

Key Responsibilities and Requirements:

  - Strong javascript skills, especially development of single page applications using ember, angular, react, etc.
  - Work on an agile engineering team to build new products and features from the ground up
  - Participate in planning, architecture, design, implementation and maintenance of features
  - Graceful degradation, progressive enhancement
Immediate need is for a front-end developer, but we are also interested in growing our devops and backend / data engineering staff, as well as continuing to grow our data science team.

Email: contact+hnhiring@digitalh2o.com


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Charlie App | Chicago, IL | charlieapp.com

* Jr Software Engineer

Before any meeting, Charlie automatically researches the people you’re about to meet with. Our users love us and we spread fast in every company that uses Charlie. We’ve raised $1.8M (http://bit.ly/charlie-techcrunch) and are looking for talented developers to join our team.

We're a small dev that loves to code, and constantly pushes each other, and learns from each other. We get to work on really challenging problems (how do you distill someone down to one page?) We’ve built Charlie on Ruby on Rails, MongoDB, Redis, Sidekiq, RSpec, Capybara, and it lives on an elastic server farm. We iterate fast, practice continuous delivery, we’re process-driven, and very test-focused.

We’re looking for passionate, self-motivated software engineers who want to make an impact on an early-stage company (Ruby, iOS, and front-end). If this sounds like you, drop us a line and let’s talk! jobs+hn@charlieapp.com

Location: Chicago, IL

Apply Interested? Apply here: https://charlieapp.com/jobs


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Purchasing Platform - Chicago - Full time - Frontend/Backend/Full-stack Developers

Our talented development team is ready to expand and is looking for a Software Engineer who can shine on the back-end, the front-end, or both. If that engineer is you, we need you.

We are a startup that helps the real estate industry save time and money. Although our company is still young it is already generating revenue. Our application stack is currently based on Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, Redis/Sidekiq and Elasticsearch. We also enjoy exploring new technologies. In fact, we are considering converting some of the performance-critical components of our platform to D and/or Go. We are smart and fun to work with.

And the buzzwords:

- Ruby on Rails

- Sass / Less, Bootstrap

- Backbone / Angular / Ember / React

- PostgreSQL / Redis / Elasticsearch

- TDD / RSpec

- Git / Github

Interested? careers@purchasingplatform.com



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AMETEK Vehicle Instrumentation Systems (Grand Junction, CO, USA or West Chicago, IL, USA) (http://ametek.com/Careers/home.aspx)

We are a world leader in the design and manufacture of precision instrumentation, dashboard displays, industrial/commercial controls and display systems. This position is in Grand Junction, CO, but we will also consider candidates in the Chicago area who prefer to work in our West Chicago, IL office.

You will help to establish effective graphic design processes to develop graphic tools to simulate our products and to help improve design quality. You will also provide support for existing product line software platforms.


• Create graphical user interfaces on multiple OS environments for all our existing and future controller products • Port Linux distributions for new product platforms as needed • Create instructions for graphical user interface and document programming tasks • Work independently with minimum supervision. Participate in hardware/software design reviews

Position Requirements

• Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical or Electronics or Computer Science Engineering or equivalent. Masters a plus. • A minimum of 3+ years of graphical user interface design experience • Experience in Embedded operating systems-- Linux, Android, kernel level experience a plus. • Experience in Windows programming • Experienced in C/C++ programming • Experience with HMI tools required, such as VAPS XT, QT, Java, Altia, etc. VAPS XT is a big plus. • Experienced with file system and compressed image conversion. • Knowledge of segment LED, LCD, and touch screen technology. • Experienced in software for embedded systems, Freescale MPC, iMX6 and NXP 1788 a plus • Excellent at documenting design, test and measurement results. • Experience with a variety of Engineering tools & Office tools needed in an Engineering Product Development environment • Experience with source code version control / sharing systems • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written

If you are interested, mail me at {Louis.Koziarz @ ametek.com}


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MATASANO SECURITY - Chicago. New York City. Sunnyvale.

Application Security Consultant

Full-Time or Internship, work visa sponsorship available


   <Mission Impossible theme plays>
This thread will, no doubt, be dominated by posts with laundry lists of requirements. Many employers will introduce themselves by describing what they want from you. At Matasano, we're a little different. We like to start by telling you about us. This month, I want to try to do that by drawing analogy to Mission Impossible.

What made the original show so great is exactly what was lost in the 'Tom Cruise takes on the world' reboot. The original 1960's and 70's Mission Impossible was defined primarily by a team working together against all odds to achieve their objective. It acknowledged that what they were doing was improbable, and more so for a solo James Bond or Tom Cruise character. As a team though, each character an expert in their particular focus area, the incredible became credible -- the impossible, possible.

Working at Matasano is a bit like working for the Impossible Missions Force (IMF). No, we're not taking out thinly veiled cold war era Soviet stand in villains, preventing the rise of the third reich, or being tasked with gathering evidence against criminals "outside the reach of conventional law enforcement." But in many cases, we're given tight timelines and tasked with difficult objectives. To the uninitiated, what we do is often seen as impossible, but _together_ we do it every day.

Imagine you (and your team) have a month to circumvent a real world cryptographic system designed and sold for Fortune 500 companies to protect their most sensitive intellectual property. Maybe you're given a week to investigate and undercover flaws in a brand new Ruby on Rails application. You might find yourself facing a never-before-seen client/server application, implementing a proprietary binary protocol, and having to figure it out and attack it. You could end up drawing on binary reverse engineer skills, or reviewing Java code. But whatever the 'mission', you won't be alone. You'll be part of a team of experts, each bringing their own skill set to the team.

We don't have very much call for demolitions experts, special effects makeup artists, or champion weightlifters. Like the IMF, we're looking for people with diverse backgrounds who each bring something unique to the team. There's little in computing that isn't useful for an Application Security Consultant. We need Reverse Engineers. Developers of all backgrounds, Cryptographers, Electrical Engineers, you name it. We're as likely to hire a Mathematics PHD as a college drop out. Many of our best employees have little formal information technology background. In short, we come from a variety of backgrounds, but share one common trait -- We're curious about nearly everything, and have a wide base of knowledge, but have achieved mastery over one (or more) disciplines. These are the sorts of people the IMF built their team from, and they're the sort of people who we're looking for at Matasano.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to visit www.matasano.com/careers to learn more and contact us. In the enclosed dossier, you'll find links to www.cryptopals.com and www.microcorruption.com which may be of interest. Further intelligence is available at the chargen.matasano.com blog, and you can always contact careers@matasano.com with any remaining questions. As always, should any member of your team be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow all knowledge of your actions.

This isn't Mission Difficult, it's Mission Impossible. Difficult should be a walk in the park for you.

This tape will self destruct in five seconds. Good luck.