We’re Hiring! – Spread the Word

OK, it’s time to get serious. Nirvana has much too much potential to be dawdling along as a part time project. PLU, our parent company and sponsor, has been letting us devote our (rather limited) free time towards Nirvana development for over a year, but it is clear that Nirvana deserves more juice. We want to kick things into high gear and bring our pet project out of beta, launch already, and then some.

So we’ve decided to double down. We’re staffing up the core PLU team to free up Nirvana time for our more senior rock stars. Our new hires will also be involved in Nirvana wherever they can lend a hand.

PLU is looking to hire a new Client Account Manager, an Intermediate Web Designer, a Junior Production + Web Design Person, and a Web Production + Design Intern. All positions are for our office in downtown Montreal.

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Please retweet and/or forward this link to folks you think might be a good fit. The sooner we can fill these positions, the sooner we’ll be able to really push Nirvana 2.0 to the max.

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Namaste, yo.

 

Comments

2 Comments on We’re Hiring! – Spread the Word

  1. Proximo on Tue, 14th Dec 2010 6:55 pm
  2. How about a long distance Support Member for the forums. lol

    Just kidding.

    Living in Texas is a challenge for the offering and the fact that I don’t know any of the skills you guys are looking for. :-(

    I would love to work for a project like this. Good luck and I hope you find the right people.

  3. Dan Segato Fujita on Sun, 9th Jan 2011 10:50 pm
  4. I really hope you can fill the positions soon! Also looking forward to the developers API! I would love to see Nirvanahq apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and alike.

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