ANN ARBOR, MI and COLUMBUS, OH | ONSITE
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(I'm a Sysadmin / DevOps person, I'm not HR or recruitment, but my posting here has been approved by the recruiting dept. I wouldn't post this if I thought this wasn't an actually great company to work for!)
Nexient are good people: My experience at Nexient has been overwhelmingly positive, they are flexible, caring and fun to work at. They actually care about the life/work balance too. Multiple tabletop, D&D, console gaming nights are organized all the time. Charity drives and other ways to give are also promoted within the company. The work environment is really nice too, with motorized standing/sitting desks and laptops that actually have enough memory!! Nexient do outsourcing but with US-based staff, we work closely with clients so we're just part of the team.
Nexient are also working hard to add hundreds of tech jobs in Michigan and Ohio. There's a real need for good folks to help us help our clients.
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Nexient is hiring! In 2009, we launched Nexient to give American businesses a more responsive, domestic alternative to sending software development offshore. We knew we could deliver better software faster by collaborating with clients in real time. Today, we’re the only 100% US tech company among the World’s Top 100 Outsourcers. Every day, we help dozens of businesses — mostly Fortune 500 companies and fast-growing tech product companies — accelerate their products and services to market and increase their agility.
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To apply, please use either my email address, email@example.com OR https://www.nexient.com/careers and mention my email address and name, Anthony Clark.
I could potentially get a bonus if you are hired, just want to fully disclose that I could personally benefit from your actions.
University of Michigan | Ann Arbor, MI | Full-Time | Onsite | $52-$68k
http://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/176986/research_support_... My team is hiring a junior/intermediate Research Support Programmer. We are setup as an internal consulting service for the college of LSA that takes any programming job a research lab needs help with. If you think of yourself as a “web developer” or a “python programmer” then this might not be for you. We are looking for someone ready to learn/write/debug whatever the labs need. In the first few years, this will include working with a lot of new languages and technologies.
We are especially interested in adding someone who has experience/interest in interfacing with research hardware: Imagine a researcher just bought a big micro-fluidics machine and a microscope and needs to automate taking images during an experiment. We would be particularly excited to get a LabVIEW fan.
You can email me with informal questions, but the only way to apply is through the link above at the umich careers site.
Note that this job listing ends soon and my close as early as the 6th