My friend Molly McDonough at the American Bar Association writes: "We’re in need of a Web producer at the ABA Journal for ABAJournal.com. And we’re also on the hunt for a summer intern for editorial (paid position) and possibly one for the sales/marketing side." The Web producer job description is here. Intern candidates can reach Molly by email here.
And legendary radio programmer John Gehron, who hired me at WNUA-FM, is in the hunt for help at AccuRadio. Job description follows.
Tell 'em Charlie sent ya.
Chief Technology Officer / Full-Stack Developer at AccuRadio.com
AccuRadio, the nation's fastest-growing webcaster* and one of Chicago's fastest-growing tech firms — featuring over 975 personalizable channels of rock, pop, jazz, classical, and more — seeks a full-stack developer to take the helm its as Chief Technology Officer.
Candidates should have experience in managing the front-end and back-end of a popular online media service, maintaining both a website and API for various mobile apps, and managing a relatively large existing codebase.
This role requires experience in most of the following:
• Python• NoSQL databases (MongoDB a plus)• Linux server management (RedHat/CentOS a plus)• Python web frameworks (Django a plus)• CDN management (CloudFront a plus)• Nginx/uwsgi or similar• HTML5 (audio/media a plus)• CSS• GitIdeal candidates would also have some experience in the following areas:
• iOS development (Objective-C or Swift)• Android development (Java)• Google BigQuery• XML/VAST• Design skills (web graphics, sprites, etc.)• Flash ActionScript• GitHub• Google Analytics• General data analytics/analysis• Managing a staff of developersLearn more about AccuRadio by visiting AccuRadio.com, by downloading one of our highly-rated iOS and Android apps, or listening via your Roku or Sonos system.
Cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
* Source: Triton Digital’s “Webcast Metrics Top 20,” Mon.-Sun. 6am-12m, Average Active Sessions, U.S., year-over-year percentage growth rate