15 Jan 2013

Full-Time Senior Open Source Developer (Telecommute OK)

Six Feet UpAnywhere

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Job Description

Six Feet Up is currently looking for a full-time Senior Open Source Web Developer to create beautiful back-end code powering sophisticated Python based web projects.

About Six Feet Up:

Founded in 1999, Six Feet Up is a privately-held, woman-owned company that develops, hosts and supports sophisticated enterprise content management and collaborative intranet projects. While the company has reached a leading position in the Plone market, Six Feet Up also leverages high-profile open source software such as KARL, Pyramid, and Django. Six Feet Up’s clients include top universities and life sciences organizations, growing and distributed teams, as well as Fortune 500 companies. More information available at http://www.sixfeetup.com

Why Work At Six Feet Up:

Six Feet Up offers a unique “human-friendly” work environment that thrives based on the understanding that we all do our best work when we can choose how and when we work. The 9-5 desk-chained job is dead. Long live the flexible and casual office space!

Over the years, we have had a chance to work on exciting, highly-visible and renowned projects. We interact with international open source contributors regularly and contribute code back to help promote the open source community. We use Mac computers. We have quarterly ShipIt Days. We use a democratic and team-oriented decision-making process. Read more on what makes us unique…

Your Strengths:

What we are looking for in our dream candidate can be summarized in 4 bullet points:

  • Web development experience
  • Python experience
  • Strong communication / leadership skills
  • Outstanding team spirit

How to Apply

Send your resume and cover letter with URLs to example work to jobs@sixfeetup.com

Job Categories: Engineering and Featured. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: django, karl, plone, pyramid, and python.

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