Oh I'm sure. I used to work at a local mom and pop hardware shop, and after the economic downturn a ton of the IT crowd I was acquainted with got cut from their positions. Made it hard to find a better job when every IT position that opened up is swarmed with resumes.Thanks. I have two hundred resumes to short through. Looks like only 50 have passed the initial screening.
Just for curiousity's sake, what are you looking for in a candidate? What would it take to get that job in your opinion? I would love to do something like that, but there's rarely ever any opportunities around here for that kind of thing.Thanks. I have two hundred resumes to short through. Looks like only 50 have passed the initial screening.
So far I have had a delivery driver, a Pizza franchise manager,a Fry's sales people, a waiter, and a baker apply. Along with super over qualified IT Managers, Network Admins, Web Designers and Linux admins.The Spyder the "portable" rack cases that you installed in the van and show in many photos, where can they be purchased?
Regarding /usr/home's question about what you're looking for in a candidate I'm also interested in that
Man, I totally fit that description. I'm just in a completely different country lol.Seeing as this has brought upon another onslaught of PM's- If you are interested, apply via the website. I am not reposting it, if you can not find it, then too bad .
I absolutely hate to play the nepotism game, but if I don't start getting some decent candidates soon, I am going to steal a friend from another company. He fits all the requirements, except that he worships Steve Job.... Haha.
You need a Superman T-shirt. SeriouslyBuried in resumes.... Heeeeeeelllllppppppppppp mmmmeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!
Haha. Busy time, sadly I am only getting to go through a handful at a time. My current project list is crazy. We have half a dozen new staff coming on, I am demo'ing TrueNas, planning for replacing our NAS/SAN/Vsphere cluster/Phone system, and helping production get some systems out the door.