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Pittsburgh - 2 jobs in August 2016

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Hire an Esquire | Pittsburgh, PA - San Francisco, CA - New York, NY | ONSITE | Full-stack & front-end developer positions

Hire an Esquire is a Legal Labor Marketplace / SaaS trying to transform legal freelance, hiring and recruiting by automating a process which is overdue for an overhaul. We're a lean, energetic startup team with offices in NYC, Pittsburgh and San Francisco and we're building out our engineering team by recruiting strong full-stack and front-end developers. We're rewriting core user features to improve usability and automation. We're moving from server-rendered templates to a React + Redux single-page application. We’re building out our API. We’re re-designing and re-architecting important parts of the system for the future and for flexibility.

Our current stack:

  * Django 1.9 / Python 
  * React.js + Redux / ES6 
  * PostgreSQL 9.4 
  * AWS
Apply here: https://hireanesquire.com/careers/

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Panasas - www.panasas.com | Pittsburgh, PA | full time | ONSITE

Positions : Build and Release Engineer/Architect

Product : Parallel file system with HW and SW components. We are building the next generation of product and are looking to transition away from much of our legacy infrastructure and tools. This is a senior level position in the organization and will be responsible for working both as an individual contributor as well as strategically identifying, planning and deploying significant changes to the existing infrastructure.

If you are interested: email careers@panasas.com

Interviewing process: HR will screen then on to me then on to a phone screen (with me) to determine to bring you in for the 4-6 hrs meeting with other Engineers and Architects putting you through technical competency assessment. There will be a practical assessment (hands on a laptop in the interview) process that requires no prep (other than 5-10 years of experience).