Looking for Lotus developer-consultant at PSC

It’s a new year and we need to start it off right.  How?  By hiring another Lotus consultant developer to our team.

We’re looking for the usual skill set:

  • strong development skills
  • strong web development skills
  • knowledge of web development outside of the standard Lotus package: JS, CSS, extJS
  • hopefully some XPages or at least the aptitude to learn it quickly.

In addition to the technical skills, we would love to hire someone who can manage him or her self, their clients, their projects and maybe even others.

PSC is in Chicago.  We would prefer local candidates, of course.

If you have what it takes or know someone who does, please get in touch with me.

 

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Looking for a Lotus Domino Administrator

I’m looking for a Lotus Domino administrator with a good rounded infrastructure background.  The mix of technical skills I’m looking for is pretty typical:

  • Lotus Domino 8.5 — infrastructure and architecture
  • Lotus Notes 8.5 — deployment and support
  • SameTime — infrastructure, architecture and deployment
  • BlackBerry — infrastructure and architecture
  • General networking and infrastructure skills — DR planning, topology planning, routing, VPN, security, etc.

I’m not looking for an absolute expert but you need to be confident and be able to think, learn and adapt on the fly.

What is most important to me is your consulting skills.  You’ll be dealing with my clients and my clients are very important to me.  You need to be able to think, advise and lead.

PSC Group is located in Chicago.  The Lotus market in Chicago has been hit hard.  I’d love to help someone in our local Lotus community.  But keep in mind that, along with local projects, there is some travel involved.

Drop me a note, if you think you’ve got what it takes.

PSC is looking for a Lotus Notes/Domino consultant

I am looking for a new person to join our Collaboration team. The focus of and the strength of our team at PSC has always been the Collaboration technologies with heavy emphasis on the IBM/Lotus family of products: Lotus Notes, Domino, Quickr, Connections, SameTime. As of late, a lot of the work that we do has also been around the web: web-enabling Notes applications, building Extranet sites, exposing Notes applications through WebSphere or SharePoint. Consequently, the person we’re looking for would need to have a matching set of skills.

In particular:

Strong Lotus Notes development skills

  • @Functions, of course
  • LotusScirpt is a must

Strong web development skills

  • Know how take a Lotus Notes application to the web
  • Know how to write JavaScript
  • Knowledge of DHTML, AJAX is always a plus

Experience building enterprise applications

  • Know how to build applications without hardcoding everything
  • Know how to write code that won’t break if an application is moved to a new server or some people leave the company
  • Know to connect a Lotus Notes application to a back-end data source, for example, DB2, MS SQL, Oracle.

Consulting skills

  • Have experience working face-to-face with the customers, end users, business users
  • Know how to work off minimal specifications/ideas from business users and how to build development specifications out of them
  • Know how work independently and manage a project and client relationship

And as far as PSC itself, we are a well-known and recognized organization in the IBM/Lotus community:

  • Premium IBM partner
  • Winner and finalist of multiple Lotus (former Beacon) Awards
  • Notes/Domino Design Partners
  • Hosts of multiple IBM blogs, such as Ed Brill and ideajam
  • We participate in various events: Lotusphere, Collaboration Summits
  • Members of our team (John Head) speak at multiple events
  • And the list goes on

If you have the skills, if you like the life of a consultant, and want to become a part of the leading information technology consulting organization, drop me a line. I can be reached via my personal email linked on this site as “Contact Me” on the right. I can also be reached at my PSC email at akassabov@PSCListens.com

Looking forward to hearing from everyone.