where is who is hiring?
#1 of 7
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I'm an architect at WalmartLabs and am looking for a few good iOS engineers to help us build our iPhone app. If working at scale in a small, startup-like environment gets you out of bed in the morning, you'll probably enjoy this gig - we're one of the most downloaded apps of all time, and we serve tens of millions of users a month.
We have a nice office in the heart of downtown Portland, and serve up the usual Silicon Valley style benefits: flexible hours, four weeks of PTO plus holidays, 401k, health care, free drinks and snacks, etc. Salary is highly competitive with Bay Area salaries, and you'll get to live in Portland, which has considerably lower overhead. If you're a good fit, we'll make it work for you.
https://stackoverflow.com/jobs/123996/ios-engineer-walmartla... or email me (Spencer Miles) directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
#2 of 7
Zeal is a web and mobile development consultancy that empowers small to medium-sized organizations to solve huge problems.
Headquartered in the heart of downtown Medford, OR -- the center-point between the global technology hubs of Portland, Oregon and San Francisco, California. We also have offices in Portsmouth, NH and San Diego, CA.
Collaboration and teamwork are key. We’re pragmatically agile, and believe in a sustainable work schedule.
You’ll fit right in if empathy, enthusiasm, artisanship, and appreciation towards one another are some of your most valued attributes. We want you to bring a deep passion and excitement for the engineering art form.
If this sounds like you, we definitely want to talk!
Apply here: http://codingzeal.com/hiring
#3 of 7
We're looking for 2 full-stack engineers. Prior remote and startup experience required.
Hate terrible user onboarding? Chameleon (https://www.trychameleon.com) allows you to build data-driven product tours without writing code.
We're VC-backed, with revenue and strong growth since our launch 5 months ago. You'll be joining as our first full-stack engineer and could become Head of Engineering here.
Let's have a 10 min chat to start. Please email me email@example.com with some info about yourself.
#4 of 7
Axiom Data Science is recruiting for a senior software and cloud infrastructure engineer to contribute to the advancement of the organization's web based scientific data management tools. This position will be located in Portland, OR.
The following is a non-inclusive list of technologies that we use in our product development and infrastructure management. Applicants are not required to have experience with these technologies, and future projects are not limited to these technologies. These examples are provided only to inform applicants of our current technological focus.
Docker, Ansible, GitLab, GitLab CI, Python, Java, Scala, Postgres, PostGIS, MongoDB, Gluster, InfiniBand, Elasticsearch, Prometheus, Redis, Apache Spark, NetCDF, GeoServer, ncWMS, D3.js, Backbone.js, Marionette, Webpack, Grunt, Conda, Play Framework, Node, Maven
More on this position here - http://www.axiomdatascience.com/jobs/
Email Rob Bochenek – firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to submit an application
#5 of 7
We’re looking to add experienced software engineers to our team to help build, scale, and manage our hosted and on-prem platforms. Engineers in these roles will help define much of the technical direction of Reflect. You’ll get to work with everyone on our small team and wear lots of different hats, both technical and non-technical.
Reflect is considered infrastructure by our customers so service availability is extremely important to our business. We all practice DevOps and we deploy our stack amongst many different cloud providers. We’re golang on the backend and ES6/React on the front end with some services and tools written in Ruby.
Reflect is the API for data visualization, solving the data visualization problem for developers the way Twilio solves communication, Stripe solves payments, and Sendgrid solves email: by making it a service. With Reflect, developers can add data visualization to their web and mobile applications in minutes.
email me: email@example.com or checkout our postings at http://bit.ly/1VwMy4z
#6 of 7
We're looking for two important hires: The first is a database & network engineer to help us scale our current system to deal with the increased server load as we continually get more patients & clinicians. This position requires serious experience with PostgreSQL, setting up failover, replication, and load balancing on the server, and writing backend Python code to interface with the server web-framework (we use CherryPy). You'll also need experience setting up and administering a Linux VPS through AWS (mostly) or Azure (not as much).
The second position is a Unity3D engineer. For this position you must have experience in Unity3D and C#, and have reasonable 3D math skills. Python experience is a huge plus but not required.
For both of these positions we’re looking for people who are self-directed and like working with cool technologies in ways that haven’t been used before. This job will definitely stretch your brain.
These jobs are located in Portland, Oregon, and would require relocation here, with assistance provided to the right candidates. We offer great salaries, great benefits, and a chance to work on projects that actually make people feel better. We work sane hours and don't throw around words like rockstar or ninja to describe our team. Work/life balance is extremely important to us.
If any of this sounds good and you fit the descriptions of what we're looking for, send your resume & any relevant links to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll take it from there.
#7 of 7
I'm the software developer manager for this team and I'm looking to hire a lead dev. We are mostly tech agnostic in our lead positions because we believe leadership is less about tech skill set and more about leadership skills. That said here is a list of tech the team regularly uses and works on: Legacy stack: php, Java Spring, mysql, sqs, elastic search, redis, Angular
New app stack: Scala, node.js, kafka, Spark, mysql, redis, DynamoDB, mysql, React/Redux, Java
This position is mostly aimed at the new stack but will need to interact and fix the old stack from time to time.
Feel free to reach out to me with questions scampbell at vetsfirstchoice . com
While we do regularly work remotely we do require that you are in the Portland Area and most days in the office.
Here is the full job description:
Vet's First Choice is looking for a Lead eCommerce Developer to help build our platform of the future. We are changing the Veterinary market and are building a new platform to accelerate that process. It's a fast paced, fun environment with huge growth potential. We are looking for an experienced technical lead developer in the eCommerce domain. We value technical innovation, clean well tested code, and the ability to scale quickly in our applications. We have many interesting challenges ahead of us in the coming years, so you should be excited and motivated by creative problem solving while maintaining technical excellence. The eCommerce team prefers developers with experience in multiple technology stacks and developers willing to choose the best tool for the job. This position will work closely with the eCommerce Manager/Architect on large strategic efforts while also leading the rest of the team of developers in day to day issues and support. We strongly believe in servant leadership and being agile with a large premium placed on developer happiness. You should be an opinionated, always growing developer committed to mentoring more developers. Examples of technologies we are exploring: Kafka, Event Steaming, Functional Programming, Universal Applications but we are more interested in what you are trying to learn.
Type of Experience we are looking for:
6+ years as a software developer
eCommerce and StoreFront development
Experience with high volume public facing web applications
Complex distributed systems communication (Queues, Event Streaming, etc..)
Collecting detailed analytics
Designing technical solutions and documenting them
Leading other talented developers
Migrating from a Legacy system