Adafruit Jobs board – Jobs and skills offered for makers, hackers, programmers and cool companies
As promised, our new job boards is now live and in beta. Please feel free to test it out, you’ll need to have an adafruit.com account and please keep in mind this is beta, we are making changes continuously. The jobs board is for designers, makers, programmers, artists and engineers who are looking for great places work at & projects to work on. And like most job boards, this job board is for companies and people who need the best talent for their projects and companies. It’s built on the open source job board software JobberBase.
For now, log in to Adafruit.com and then cut/paste the http://www.adafruit.com/jobs/ we’ll have a top level navigation item once we’re out of beta. For now we are moderating the jobs while we add new features and squish some bugs.
We’re very excited about this, over the last five years we’ve played match-maker behind the scenes – now there is a place for everyone to share their passions, job skills and cool projects/companies they work for seeking talent.
Our goal is to have the best, most useful, electronic’s site on the web, we hope you enjoy this new feature.
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I just want to say thanks for this great service … I already have an interview tommorow for our current debubbilizer opening, and he really sounds like a good match. He probably even speaks some French judging by his name (Jean Génieur) … thanks for making this so easy and painless!
I know that guy! He’s quite the talented fellow, and very handsome.