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[job list] ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings

ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings
Week of April 28th, 2009

With postings from:
Highgate Cross
Hedge Fund 
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Riverbed Technology


Title: Web Development
Company: Highgate Cross
Contact: Brad Cathey <bradc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 630-665-6800
Hiring for: Full-time Part-time Intern/Co-op
Highgate Cross is a 30 year hybrid of a graphic design firm and Web
development and hosting company

Build, install and manage Web sites and program Web services on a
dedicated Linux (Debian) servers hosting over 40 live sites.

Skills: Familar and comfortable with basic Linux or Unix commands, SQL
(MySQL)queries, HTML/CSS, a Web programming language such as Perl
(preferred), PHP, Python

Process: Phone conversation, resume, and one-one interview


Title: Software Engineer
Company: Hedge Fund 
Contact: Maya Shved <mshved@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 212.982.2349
Hiring for: Full-time  
The hedge fund is located in New York City. One of the best known market
makers on the street. Specializing in Equity &amp; FX. All high
frequency automated trading.
Looking for candidates that possess exceptional computer science and
math skills
&#183; Keen interest and aptitude for both mathematics and finance.
&#183; experience in at least one major scripting or programming
language (C#, C++, Java, Perl, Python, Awk, etc.) 
I will be happy to speak with fresh graduates and people coming out of
technical shops, provided their technical skills are exceptional


Title: Web Applications Developer
Company: Indianapolis Museum of Art
Contact: Robert Stein <rstein@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 317.923.1331
Hiring for: Full-time  
Position Summary 
The Web Applications Developer will perform activities in support of the
core operations of the Steve in Action project as directed by the
Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) and the New Media Consortium (NMC). The
Chief Information Officer at the IMA will provide day-to-day
supervision, working in partnership with the NMC and the Steve in Action
Project Director. 

The desired applicant will be a self-starter interested in working in a
busy and dynamic environment where quality, attention to detail,
customer service, and a professional manner are essential values. An
Bachelor&#8217;s degree with two years related experience or equivalent
qualifications are required. Experience with PHP, XML, web interface
design, connecting web front ends to back-end databases and systems, and
object-oriented software design practices is essential. Demonstrated
experience extending content management systems (i.e., Drupal) and/or
developing tools for information retrieval systems (i.e., Lucene) is
preferred. Experience using web APIs to develop mashups or web
applications is also desirable. The successful applicant will have
strong organizational skills and be very flexible.

Key Responsibilities and Duties
The Web Application Developer&#8217;s priority will be the development
of social tagging tools for Steve in Action, a development project
funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS). Specific
development tasks will be outlined in architecture documents pertaining
to the project. Specific job duties are listed below:

* Design and implement web interfaces for tools belonging to the Steve
* Design and construct installer packages for Steve tools
* Design and develop reports for objects and tags in the Steve database 
* Modify the Steve database as required to interact with web interfaces
* Document development tasks, including specific changes, for use in
project reports and technical documentation
* Provide support for the Steve tag server
* Provide additional support and development as directed by the IMA and

Other Responsibilities and Duties
Given the multiple locations of members of the Steve in Action project,
the Web Applications Developer has a special responsibility to ensure
effective communications within the two organizations regarding the
areas within his/her responsibility. 

This position will be located at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in
Indianapolis, Indiana. The Indianapolis Museum of Art and the New Media
Consortium are Equal Opportunity Employers.

Please Email or Send Cover Letter and Resume to:
Robert Stein (rstein@xxxxxxxxxxxxx)
Indianapolis Museum of Art
4000 Michigan Road
Indianapolis IN, 46208


Title: Software Engineer Intern
Company: Riverbed Technology
Contact: Kyle Kloepper <kyle.kloepper@xxxxxxxxxxxx> (217) 531-8326
Hiring for:   Intern/Co-op
Work to develop and improve a prototype network analysis tool. The goal
of the tool is to analyze TCP/IP network traffic real-time at speeds of
up to 1Gbps. Tool development is done with C/C++ on Linux. Candidates
must be able to work independently, have several years of programming
experience, and really enjoy coding. Also desirable is history of kernel
hacking, involvement with open source projects, or independent research

Check out our website to see what Riverbed is all about: