Job Openings

Fortunate adults put as much energy into their work as children put into their play. That's no secret around here. We love what we do, and get better at it every day. Though we are actively seeking people to fill the following positions, we are always interested in talking to bright, motivated, quick-learning people who want to do more than just show up to work every day. If our current growth is any indicator, we will be looking for a number of talented people to join our Team over the next year. Please feel free to introduce yourself and send your resume electronically to us.

To view our current list of available positions, click here.

Though we are now over 10 years old as a firm, culturally we are much like a startup; autonomy, initiative, and self-direction are encouraged, and input on firm-wide issues are welcome. We adamantly believe in a "team" approach to work and problem solving, and strive to maintain a non-pretentious, open environment that fosters learning, sharing, and fun. If you are the type of person who "has all the answers," or is always "right," you need not apply. However, if you're the kind of person who isn't willing to be permanently "stumped" by a programming problem, you're probably the kind of person we're looking for. If you like new challenges, you'll love this job.

A good portion of our team operates "virtually" over the Internet throughout the day; telecommunicating/hours/working from home are flexible issues for us. (We understand late-night programming inspiration!). This could be an ideal position for someone needing to work non-typical hours, or someone looking for steady daytime work. People skills are definitely required. You will be dealing with clients directly in many cases.

To apply for or inquire about any positions, email us!

If applying for a position, please include the following:

  • A cover letter explaining who you are, what you're looking for in a job, what you have to offer, and what you think your strengths and weaknesses are. Be yourself.
  • A resume. (Additional. Preferred.)
  • Samples of some of your work. Include source code where possible.
  • Three or more personal and/or professional references.