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PostgreSQL Job in Atlanta

From: "Paula Wood" <pwood(at)carciba(dot)com>
To: <atlpug(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: PostgreSQL Job in Atlanta
Date: 2008-08-25 17:09:33
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I work for an HR consulting firm that is working with Vocalocity in Midtown,
Atlanta to find a PostgreSQL DBA.  I think I posted the job on the jobs mailing list.  It is also on Vocalocity's website.
Would you be willing to forward the job information on to your network?
Here is the information:


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Due to our growing client base, we are hiring an experienced DBA.
PostgreS/PostgreSQL required.  5 years SQL and data modeling, 5 years
database administration.


Vocalocity is a strong start-up environment where the growth opportunities
are directly related to the performance of each employee. This position is
on-site in offices near Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta and offers

Interested candidates please send an updated resume to jobs(at)vocalocity(dot)com(dot)
Please use the job code DBA in the subject of your email, and please be sure
to include salary requirements and availability.  Relocation offered for
strong candidates. EOE. No agencies.



Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need further
information.  I appreciate your consideration in advance.


Thank You,

Paula Wood

Carciba Business Services




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