[sf-lug] Bay Area Linux-related jobs
jlundy at yahoo-inc.com
Wed Aug 1 14:28:01 PDT 2007
I work at Yahoo currently. We actually have some interesting options
for people living in San Francisco. For one, we have an office in San
Francisco that is mainly based around the video group, which may be one
of the IT positions that is open. I don't know for sure on that though.
The other thing is that Yahoo runs buses from San Francisco to their
campuses in the South Bay every day. Whenever I need to go down there,
I catch a bus at the Civic Center and Van Ness. There are other
locations throughout the city that they pick up as well.
From: sf-lug-bounces at linuxmafia.com
[mailto:sf-lug-bounces at linuxmafia.com] On Behalf Of Jeff Bragg
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2007 2:19 PM
To: sf-lug at linuxmafia.com
Subject: [sf-lug] Bay Area Linux-related jobs
I've recently concluded a long job search, but am still being contacted
somewhat regularly by recruiters about IT positions. I thought there
may be some members looking for work, so I'll mention a few available
positions here. If anybody is interested (or has friends or
acquaintances who are) email me directly and I'll put you in contact
with the recruiter. Also feel free to forward this to the other Bay
Area LUGs if it seems appropriate.
The recruiter mentioned Operations Engineer positions at Yahoo!, of
which there are currently 5 available. Keep in mind that Yahoo! is in
Sunnyvale and therefore a rather long haul from SF (one reason I never
personally pursued these positions). That being said, as I recall
Yahoo! has shuttles available from both the Sunnyvale Caltrain station
and the Fremont BART station.
The other positions he mentioned were Perl Web Apps positions. He
didn't specifically mention where these were, but I got the impression
they weren't Yahoo!. Most of what he has approached me about has been
in the South Bay or Peninsula areas, however, so it's a safe bet these
are not exceptions.
Let me know if you are interested.
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