I’m very fortunate to work for a great company. I truly enjoy the work I do and have nothing but great admiration, respect, and true affection for my co-workers and bosses. I was a very wet-behind-the-ears programmer when I started out at this company but I’ve learned a tremendous amount and have grown to a whole new level as a technologist. We are currently hiring for several positions in Richmond, VA and the Northern Virginia/DC Metro areas for several positions. Keep reading for more details.
If you are a top-notch professional in any of the following areas, please contact me, preferably through Twitter (http://twitter NULL.com/iconifyit)
- Adobe Experience Manager (CQ5) Architect
- Drupal Developer
- SharePoint Architect/Senior Developer
- Interactive Web Developer
- Java Developer
- Java Developer w/TeamSite
- CMS Business Analyst
- MS SSRS Developer
- Information Architects
- Web Analytics
The pay is very good. Companies always say “competitive” but I can tell you that I live very comfortably and have no complaints about my salary or benefits. The health insurance is pretty much the industry standard.
Over the past five years, I have worked on major projects for Discovery, the U. S. Navy, American Cancer Society, and UPS Racing. I have worked on a couple of other even bigger name projects but because of our privacy agreements, I’m not allowed to mention them by name. Sorry. If you’ve worked in big consulting, you know this is pretty standard practice.
Technologies & Tools
One of the great things about consulting is that we are regularly learning new technologies. You will have a lot of opportunity to learn new tools and ideas from a wide variety of highly skilled professionals in Java, .NET, and PHP development environments. In addition, we do a lot of work with Oracle WebCenter Content Management, Adobe Experience Manager, Autonomy TeamSite, Drupal, Ektron, Liferay, SharePoint, and several others. There are lots of opportunities for cross-discipline work. For instance, I primarily work in our Enterprise Content Management group with Oracle WCC (UCM) and Drupal, but have done a lot of work with our User Experience group doing front-end development.
Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you.