Re: [New-York-MongoDB-User-Group] [JOB]Full time Developer w/ MongoDB experience for a Fortune 1000 client in NYC!

From: Shane R.
Sent on: Thursday, September 8, 2011 5:33 PM
I vote for no job listings allowed in the mailing list. If someone needs a job, there are separate channels available for that.

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On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 5:26 PM, Stephen Smith <[address removed]> wrote:
What's up guys?  Not here to spam it up, I have 1 mongo role in case anyone is interested.  I'm recruiting for an awesome C++ MongoDB developer for actually a well-backed start up.  I'd be happy to talk about it with anyone that fits this and fill you in on all the details! 

Looking for a junior C++ engineer who can work on MongoDB kernel enhancements and bug fixes. This position is located in New York, New York. 

About you:

  • You want to be part of a great team building the most significant database innovation in decades
  • You consider yourself a guru in C++
  • Strong Systems (Unix/Windows Kernel) background
  • You think writing unit tests is critical for great software
  • What you don't have in experience, you make up by being curious
  • You don't mind covering ground that has not been covered before, yet your education has prepared you with a solid CS background
  • You're flexible, joining a small team, so you're willing to take on a wide variety of responsibilities
  • You are well organized, used to keeping many balls in the air at the same time

Your Duties:

  • Enhance and support the MongoDB kernel 
  • Improve performance and reliability
  • Work with customers to solve production problems
  • Take leadership in working with with our (fast growing) community
  • Innovate, innovate and innovate :-)

Requirements:

  • 2-5 years of C++ experience
  • Familiarity with scripting languages (JavaScript, Ruby, Python) and with MongoDB a big plus
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • BSc in Computer Science, MSc in Computer Science a plus

Thanks,
Steve

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On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 5:08 PM, Ben Burton <[address removed]> wrote:
We're hiring software engineers at TheLadders! We use MongoDB, but not for
a whole lot of stuff at the moment (although that may change in the
future). Contact me if you're interested.


Ben Burton
Software Engineer
TheLadders.com






On 9/8/11 5:04 PM, "Mark Coates" <[address removed]> wrote:

>Agreed. Like Meghan mentioned, however, the name of the company would be
>great to know. I understand recruiters are trying to protect their bottom
>line as the middleman/connector, not wanting to be skipped if the
>job-hunter decides to go directly to the source employer, but that is
>probably one of the more important tidbits when considering whether or
>not to dig deeper into the opportunity. Definitely a tidbit I need before
>deciding if it is a real possibility or a waste of my time.
>
>Personally, if I hear from a recruiter about a gig, I will not go around
>them to apply. I will go through the recruiter. It's only fair and saves
>me leg-/finger-work.
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>Regards,
>
>Mark Coates
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>On Sep 8, 2011, at 4:50 PM, Michael Papile <[address removed]> wrote:
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>> This comes up a lot on niche community orientated mailing lists.  It is
>>indeed annoying when you get recruiters posting .net positions to Ruby
>>user groups, and that is spam.  However I would personally not consider
>>a well targeted email for a job opportunity as spam.  At every MongoDB
>>user meetup I have been to, there have been plenty of "We're hiring"
>>announcements.  I know most people are gainfully employed in this field,
>>but a job is a very beneficial thing!  And if I were looking for people,
>>I would be at MongoDB meetups and posting on lists because the people
>>you want are the people active in the community.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Michael

>>
>> On 09/08/[masked]:37 PM, Meghan wrote:
>>> Unless others disagree, I'm fine with job announcements on this list
>>> as long as they are MongoDB-related. In general, I would also prefer
>>> that the name of the company be included in the post.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Meghan
>>>
>>> On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 3:57 PM, Steve Holden<[address removed]>
>>>wrote:
>>>> For the same reason you are: there might be something of value to
>>>>members.
>>>> Sit back and watch: recruiter spam *isn't* tolerated. We're pretty
>>>>hot on
>>>> good manners too ;-)
>>>> regards
>>>>  Steve
>>>> On Sep 8, 2011, at 12:45 PM, Denis Papathanasiou wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Why is recruiter spam tolerated on this list?
>>>>
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