Four positions to post this week:

  • eBay (San Jose, CA) an expert ColdFusion/J2EE developer for an internal web-based workflow application. Requirements includes at least 3 years of ColdFusion or J2EE experience, and at least 5 years of Oracle experience. Experience with Flex, Flash, Java is a plus. Details posted on Monster.
  • Xeequa (Palo Alto, CA) is looking for a highly experience ColdFusion developer to work on a Web 2.0 project. Must have experience with ColdFusion MX 7 (including Flash Forms and Flash Remoting), JavaScript, ActionScript, Ajax, and MySQL. Contact career@Xeequa.com.
  • Metro-North Railroad (New York, NY) is looking for a contract developer with ColdFusion and Oracle experience. This position will also involve helping training existing personal on ColdFusion (including CFReport), JavaScript, and more. This position will not exceed 50 weeks. Contact Jim Hughes.
  • Abercrombie & Kent (Oak Brook, IL) is looking for a ColdFusion developer to work on public facing and internal applications. Requirements include experience with ColdFusion MX 7 (1-2 years minimum), SQL Server, and JavaScript. Experience with Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Acrobat is a plus. Details posted online.

3 thoughts

  1. This may be an odd question, but what’s the intent behind these job postings posts? I read these sorts of things and get a peculiar, breathless, "Honest! You <i>can</i> find jobs if you know ColdFusion! Really, there’s like<i>five</i>, right here!" vibe off them.

  2. Eric,
    The intent is pretty simple. People ping me regularly saying they can’t find ColdFusion developers. And every once in a while, although far less frequently, developers tell me they are looking for work. So, if I can help people find work, and help employers find developers, well, it seems like a nice thing to do. It’s that simple. These go in their own category so they can easily be ignored, and I post them no more than once a week.
    And as an added bonus, I’ve got to tell you, it feels really good to get a thank you from someone you helped find a job.
    — Ben

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