Compass Labs is a social media startup company based in silicon valley and funded by New Enterprise Associates. They have a full time opening for a senior machine learning engineer to lead or join their algorithms and data mining team. The team uses Clojure as its primary language for all in-house tools and data mining algorithms. The product infrastructure is based on Java/Scala.
The company is also looking for medium term contractors to help with its in-house Clojure-based tools infrastructure, ideally with someone who has the appropriate machine learning / data mining experience to contribute fundamentally to the company’s efforts in that area.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on these positions.
[lightly edited email note from Ian Eslick]
Might be interesting: Java programming with “Opportunity to work with Clojure” on a new product written mostly in Clojure.
Does anyone know this company this consulting group is hiring for?
Clojure / Lisp Developers wanted in Sunny South Florida
Our customer located in the Ft. Lauderdale area is looking for
fulltime employees to join their team as Clojure Developers. Position
involves web application development for mobile devices.
Will develop algorithms and artificial intelligence.
Strong mathematical and analytical skills
Clojure experience or Lisp and Java experience would be ideal.
Perl experience is an added plus.
Seeking professional developers, but if your Lisp or Clojure, or Perl
experience is a hobby that will be considered.
If you are interested please send your resume to email@example.com or
call me at 954-382-5624
From the Clojure Google group:
More specifically “Developer positions with a major Clojure focus at our Durham, NC, USA office.” Relevance is also doing a lot of Ruby, plus some C, Java, and a smattering of other things. Learn more about Relevance at http://howwework.thinkrelevance.com/. If you are interested tell us about yourself via email to jobs at thinkrelevance dot com.
I donated to Clojure, you should consider doing so, too: http://clojure.org/funding
I’m more and more impressed with what Clojure is, and can be; let’s support this effort.
I think this is the first real Clojure job posting I’ve seen. Check it out: 3 years experience required (in Lisp and other languages, natch).