Another PHP job forwarded to me from Linda Lee and Andrew Mager, this time from CBS Interactive (née CNET).
Company: CBS Interactive (formerly CNET networks)
Title: Sr. Software Engineer
Division: GameSpot.com, TV.com, MP3.com
Location: San Francisco, CA
CBS Interactive is looking for Sr. Software Engineers in their Games, Entertainment and Lifestyles division—including GameSpot.com, TV.com, MP3.com and Chow.com. These engineers will play a key role within our development team. Responsibilities will extend to any of the applications associated with division’s initiatives. Real world experience and expertise with Linux, PHP, and MySQL are an absolute must, but a deep understanding of all web technologies from a technical and product perspective is also very important.
Please check out the job description here. You can apply online or email Linda directly at linda [dot] lee [at] cnetnetworks [dot] com.
A friend’s client is looking for a Drupal engineer.
Company: Stealth mode
Job Title: Drupal Engineer
Description: Drupal engineer needed for stealth mode company founded by serial entrepreneur in NYC
The candidate must be in the US. The position reports to Project Manager and CEO via weekly conference calls.
- Drupal 5.9 experience
- Solid experience utilizing views, organic groups and PHP
- Verifiable references
- At least 5 years of experience
This is a contract position which may turn into a full time role as the company grows.
Please send resumes to me directly at lili [dot] balfour [at] atelierpartners [dot] com
Got an e-mail today from a friend:
Terry, might be of interest to your wife?
I got married? Oh shit! Vegas… 😀
Georgina sent me two more recs. The first is for a front-end developer and the second for a PHP developer (and front-end).
Front end web developer – Online Messaging (Redwood City, CA)
PHP Web developer – Facebook Photo application (East bay area, CA)
Apparently, you can mention my name and I get a bonus. If you get the job, just tell me and you can have it.
Restarting this policy…
Job listing – User Interface Engineer (PHP) in Mountain View, California. Contact aknight [at] this site.
The company has developed a shopping search engine that delivers comprehensive lists of products and their corresponding images, ranked by the leading products, brands, stores and styles on the very first page of results. They call this technology their “Product Ranking Engine.”
Their unbiased Product Ranking Engine crawls over 500,000 stores to find over 200 Million products web-wide. There team has a strong background the start up world and Search space with companies like: Onebox, Bridgespan, Vialto, Scalent, Impresse; Frame; Apple; Oracle; Buy.com; AltaVista , AOL; TURN; AltaVista, Yahoo Search; Zip2 and Verity Corporation. They should be profitable in 2008.
They believe that shoppers should have access to all of the products on the web – not just the ones that pay to be there. With their unbiased and objective “Product Ranking Engine” technology, we have made that dream a reality.
Their patent-pending technology ranks the product results for your searches by the most relevant and market-leading products, brands, stores and styles for your search. These rankings can never be bought or sold. So you can feel comfortable knowing that you are covering a ton of ground in just one search.
Plus, they provide large images of these leading products so you can easily see exactly what you are shopping for. No more wading through millions and millions of text links – the best matches for your search are easily visible and are right there on the first page!
They take care of the science, so you can enjoy the art of shopping!
They believe that shoppers should have access to all of the products on the web – not just the ones that pay to be there. With our unbiased and objective “Product Ranking Engine” technology, we have made that dream a reality.
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I am writing to introduce myself and see if you would be interested in talking with me.
My name is [redacted] and I am in Candidate Generation at Yahoo! for our Engineering, and I wanted to touch base with you to see if you might be open to hearing from us about opportunities we have currently.
I came across your resume on the web and I wanted to check in with you.…
Okay Microsoft is trying to assimilate you, you just fired 10% of your engineers, , but most of is intact… and you are trying to hire me for a low-end developer job at the same time.
You got balls, Yahoo, I’ll .
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Subject: Tried to reach you at [phone number redacted]
I saw your resume online and wasn’t sure if you were looking to leave Tagged or if you already had. Your resume was outstanding and I wasn’t sure if you were considering scientific, lead or management roles…
You lost me at “Tony.”
(If you’re about to ask for a favor, it helps to get the name right.)
From Stuart Liroff (stuart [at] this address or 408-437-9500 x207):
I’m working for a small (3-people), angel funded startup in downtown S.F. (within easy walking distance from BART). When you hear the names of the investors, it will knock your socks off.
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Hmm, it’s been a while since I posted some PHP jobs. (You know this is getting inconvenient. I think I need to just write a job tool for php.net.) Received this rec from a friend filling a position for FOX Interactive Media to work on the American Idol site. They can work in San Francisco, Los Angeles or even Seattle.
(Also, if you are the one flash/actionscript developer out there, contact Diana for positions at FOX sports, etc.)
Contact Diana Schwartz 310.590.4570 or dschwartz at this site.
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Received this a couple days ago. It involves a project of combining two codebases, updating the Ajax, and building out the scalability in each. Might be interesting to some of you:
Abby is working with a client owned by one of the nation’s largest, innovative, billion dollar companies. My client provides an online product that is the leading destination of its kind, targeting the audience of expecting parents. Millions of users use their product. They have received a lot of attention from the media, having been featured on CNN and CBS and in hundreds of articles, including in Fortune Magazine and The New York Times. They have 4 million registered users and recently acquired a very successful smaller start up and are looking PHP people with core PHP experience.
Their executive team have strong track records of success, with leading companies such as AOL, Time Inc., Neiman Marcus and Smith & Hawken.
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