I just wanted to post an update; both of these positions are still
open. We've actually hired a database developer (Jon Erdman), but
we're looking for at least one more.
Just a quick update to what I originally posted: the company is still
going strong, despite everything that's happened in the financial
space in the past year. We're still growing (and hiring).
We're in the process of setting up an office in Austin. Jon and I
will be working there, and anyone interested in the database
developer position could certainly work from Austin instead of
Chicago. We've also become a bit more flexible on location for the
DBA position; Chicago is definitely preferred, but we'd also consider
Austin. For both positions we might consider remote work from another
location for the right candidate.
Jon and I will be at PGWest if anyone wants to talk to us then.
On May 15, 2009, at 10:13 PM, decibel wrote:
> The company I work for (CashNetUSA) is looking to hire both a
> developer and an administrator. The jobs are both posted at http://
> cashnetusa.com/jobs.html. You can read the fine-print there. I'm
> the senior database architect, so I'll give you my view of things.
> CashNetUSA is a company that's straddling the fence between a
> startup and a large, established company. We've been around some
> five years now and we're not going anywhere, so you have the
> benefits and stability you would expect from a large company. But
> the culture still shows the fun, flexibility and closeness you
> typically only see at a startup. We are driven and passionate about
> what we do. But we've also moved past the normal startup mode of
> all-nighters and running around with your hair on fire. This is
> probably the most enjoyable job I've ever had, and I think most of
> my coworkers would say the same.
> The database administrator will work mostly with our IT
> organization. It's a fairly typical DBA job, so I won't go into the
> requirements. We have a fair amount of infrastructure in place, but
> we don't have anyone who is dedicated solely to the databases. You
> will definitely need to be a self starter and must have experience
> maintaining a production database environment. Postgres experience
> is obviously a plus, but not an absolute requirement. You need to
> be comfortable with unix/linux (we run Debian). Experience with
> SANs (Equilogic in particular) is a plus. You would be working in
> downtown Chicago, but we're flexible on schedule.
> The database developer will be working with myself and another
> database architect, as well as our rails developers. Rails and/or
> Postgres experience is nice, but not required. What is required is
> a passion for databases. We're looking for someone to work hands-on
> with database code; tables, views, functions, rules, etc. We do
> have some complex reporting queries, but our BI group largely
> handles that work. We would prefer someone with a few years of
> experience, but that's not an absolute requirement. We would prefer
> someone in Chicago, but would consider remote options. Austin, TX
> would be a secondary choice since that's where I live, but we don't
> have an office there.
> There will be seven of us at PGCon, so if you will be there please
> look us up (you might also send me a reply).
> Resumes can be sent to recruiting(at)cashnetusa(dot)com(dot)
> Decibel!, aka Jim C. Nasby, Database Architect decibel(at)decibel(dot)org
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