Socialserve.com is a national fee-for-service, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Charlotte, NC. For over a decade we've provided our services to government organizations and other non-profits, developing web-based systems with a focus on accessibility and conformance to standards. We take pride in focusing on the needs of our users and providing excellent value to our customers.
At Socialserve.com we strive to be the best at what we do. We are looking for interesting and intelligent people to join us and help take on our diverse set of new projects. Our offices are a dog-friendly, relaxed environment.
All interested applicants, please send your non-proprietary-format resume (PDF, link to HTML, text, etc.) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are seeking a top-notch senior systems administrator who is ready to help us with all our IT needs, from desktop support to server provisioning to helping plan our long-term IT strategies.
We use OS X on our desktops and Linux on our servers. We rely on and love to use open source software, including Python, Git, PostgreSQL, and Asterisk.
We're looking for someone who:
In return we offer an easy-going, productive environment with a minimal amount of bureaucracy and friendly, interesting coworkers. You'll have a lot of freedom to solve our problems your way, with plenty of opportunities to learn new technologies and expand your skills. We want to give you what you need to succeed and get out of your way. Finally, we expect 40 hour work weeks, not 60+, and we set our expectations accordingly.
If this sounds good to you, let's talk! Please send a résumé and remember to mention that you're applying for the senior system administrator position.
This is a full-time staff position. Sorry, we will only consider candidates with a legal right to work in the United States who are able to work on-site in our office in Charlotte, NC, USA. No contractors, no recruiters, please.
Socialserve.com is currently seeking competent developers to join our development team. Qualified applicants will possess a strong understanding of a range of computer science concepts. Familiarity with SQL and relational databases is an asset, as is experience with using version control systems. Knowledge of Python is preferred, though may not be strictly necessary as we've found it pretty easy to pick up as long as you have experience in a couple other languages.
You'll be working in many problem domains alongside a variety of coworkers, customers, and users, including both technical and non-technical staff, so good interpersonal skills are a must.
We're a handful of developers who get our job done using Macs on the desktop, Linux on our servers, and a bevy of open source software including Python, PostgreSQL, PostGIS, Apache, and Git. While we're not strict adherents to any single software development methodology, we gladly incorporate processes that produce better software and happier developers including continuous integration, automated testing, and code review.