Smalltalk Jobs – 9/21/16

Job in Lille France at Synectique.

Synectique provides comprehensive and sophisticated analysis tools to
improve the quality of software, reduce maintenance costs, and thus enable
easier software evolution.

The company was created in 2013 and already got some renowned customers.
To sustain our growth we are looking for a full-time Smalltalk (Pharo)
developer with some additional non Smalltalk skills.
2+ years OO programming experience or equivalent, with strong skills in OO
design, front-end JavaScript and back-end Seaside/Pharo.

The ideal candidate should be comfortable with meta-model approaches,
client-side web technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript), be familiar with
code parsing and master different languages (Java, C++, C#, ADA,
Smalltalk).

The job is based in Lille, which is centrally located with good
connections by train to everywhere (one hour from Paris, 1h20 from
London, 35 min from Brussels).

Duration: Permanent (CDI)
Starting date: September 2016
Salary: depending on skill set/experience
Ready to travel if needed.

Additional Skills:
Object-oriented design/programming
Agile Methodologies
Fluent in French and/or English
Please send your applications to philippe.valenza@synectique.eu.

Smalltalk Jobs – 9/18/16

Three different jobs!  The first 2 are in Germany, one in Bonn and one in Berlin.

In Bonn they want a 10 week contract for PCV Server and Visual Age Smalltalk.  They would like you to start tomorrow, the 19th, of Sept. You need to be fluent in German.

In Berlin there are 4 positions and they want 5 years of Smalltalk and at least German reading ability. It looks to be a long term contract of at least 2 years, and, might be permanent.

Finally in Amsterdam there is a position for Smalltalk in Banking.    You must speak Dutch and you will lead a team.

 

Smalltalk Jobs – 8/28/16

Smalltalk and the Western French Coast?  What more could one ask.

Experis IT has a consultant opening for a Pacbase consultant in Niort France.  Niort is 30kms or so from the Western French coast, and, is the French capital of mutual assurance and banks.

At a minimum, after knowing Pacbase, you will have to be comfortable working in French and in French companies and know the French Insurance market.

Smalltalk Jobs 6/4/16

Synectique provides comprehensive and sophisticated analysis tools to
improve the quality of software, reduce maintenance costs, and thus
enable easier software evolution.
The company was created in 2013 and already got some renowned customers.

To sustain our growth we are looking for a full-time Smalltalk (Pharo)
developer with some additional non Smalltalk skills. 2+ years experience
or equivalent talent, with strong emphasis on front-end JavaScript and
back-end Seaside/Pharo. The ideal candidate should be comfortable with
client-side web technologies: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, be familiar
with code parsing and master different languages (Java, C++, C#, ADA,
Smalltalk).

The job is based in Lille, which is centrally located with good
connections by train to everywhere (one hour from Paris, 1h20 from
London, 35 min from Brussels).

Duration: Permanent
Starting date: September 2016
Salary: depending on skill set/experience
Ready to travel if needed.

Additional Skills:

Object-oriented design/programming
Agile Methodologies
Fluent in French and/or English

Please send your applications to philippe  dot valenza and the host name is synectique.eu.

Smalltalk Jobs – 5/24/16

From the ESUG mailing list.

Hi all,
If you are a Smalltalker, preferably also skilled in Java or other
languages this might be interesting for you.
UML, web services are nice if they are in your skill set as well.
Basic mastery of Dutch is nice, English is mandatory, this is for a
project at least till the end of this year in Amsterdam.
Get in touch with me if you are interested, but since they are in a
hurry: please ASAP.
Thanks,
Rob Vens


Rob Vens can be contacted firstname dot lastname at reflektis.com.

Smalltalk Jobs – 12/13/15

Two Pharo jobs, both in Lille France, both for one year:

Engineer Position 1 year + 1 year
==================================

INRIA RMoD and the Pharo Consortium are looking for a full-time engineer for helping with developing
Pharo and the infrastructure around it.

The focus of this job is the infrastructure that Pharo provides to external projects as well as the
infrastructure we use to develop Pharo itself.

– Infrastructure for external projects
Pharo is used in many contexts: an ever growing number of frameworks are contributed by the community. Pharo already
provides CI infrastructure, but what is missing is the automatic check of collections of frameworks and libraries.
We want to provides validated “distributions” focussing on certain tasks, for example Pharo for Web development.

– Pharo and Git
Pharo has some support for using Git. The goal is to improve the support of git and other versioning systems.

– Pharo itself
The engineer is expected to be actively involved in helping to improve the infrastructure that the Pharo community uses
(CI server for continues integration, interplay with issue tracking) and to actively help with day-to-day bug fixing.

We are looking for a candidate with prior experience with Pharo and possibly some background in continuous integration:

– Knowledge in Dynamic Languages
– Continuous integration and deployment
– English

Work in a research lab, but no paper writing, no teaching, no administration. In addition:

– Centrally located (one hour from Paris, 1h20 from London, 35 min from Brussels)
– Try a lot of good beer (our office is just 10km from the border to Belgium)
– Program with Pharo all day!

Lille is an active city but not expensive (lot of students…), centrally located with good connections
by train to everywhere (including CDG and Brussels airports).

Duration: 12 + 12 months
Starting date: Feb or March 2016
Salary: 2600-3200 euros brut / month, depending on experience
Location: Lille (no remote job possible)

More about
Pharo: http://www.pharo.org
INRIA RMOD: http://rmod.lille.inria.fr
INRIA Lille: http://www.inria.fr/lille/
INRIA in General: http://www.inria.fr
Lille: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lille
http://wikitravel.org/en/Lille

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Engineer Position 1 Year
===================

INRIA RMoD and the Pharo Consortium are looking for a full-time engineer for helping with developing Pharo.

The focus of this job is “Pharo on embedded and mobile devices for the internet of things”.

– Embedded Pharo on ARM
The currently available class of ARM devices (BeagleBone, Raspberry PI) are a very interesting platform for Pharo.
The engineer should strengthen the existing efforts to get Pharo working on these platforms.

– Pharo on Android
Improve the support of Android devices. With Pharo6, we will migrate to a complete new design and implementation of
UI, Windowing and graphics. The engineer will work on making these features available on Android devices.

– Pharo itself
The engineer is expected to be actively involved in helping to improve the infrastructure that the Pharo community used
(CI server for continues integration, interplay with issue tracking) and to actively help with day-to-day bug fixing.

We are looking for a candidate with some prior experience with Pharo

– Knowledge in Dynamic Languages
– Experience with mobile development is a plus
– English

Work in a research lab, but no paper writing, no teaching, no administration. In addition:

– centrally located (one hour from Paris, 1h20 from London, 35 min from Brussels)
– try a lot of good beer (our office is just 10km from the border to Belgium)
– Program with Pharo all day!

Lille is an active city but not expensive (lot of students…), centrally located with good connections
by train to everywhere (including CDG and Brussels airports).

Duration: 12 month
Starting date: as soon as possible (Spring 2016)
Salary: 2600-3200 euros brut / month, depending on experience
Location: Lille (no remote job possible)

More about
Pharo: http://www.pharo.org
INRIA RMOD: http://rmod.lille.inria.fr
INRIA Lille: http://www.inria.fr/lille/
INRIA in General: http://www.inria.fr
Lille: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lille
http://wikitravel.org/en/Lille

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.