9 Jobs at ITA Software that mention Lisp.
Crushingly unhip tools engineer at Juniper Networks in Sunnyvale, CA. “Able to demonstrate superior proficiency to develop tools using Perl, C, and Lisp is a must.” (Position might not be open; this is a link to a BA Jobs posting).
Rails programmer at “crushingly hip” startup in Manhattan (New York, not Kansas), with points in your favor if you know Lisp.
Manager, Release Engineering, ITA Software. In Boston, of course, “Must be comfortable enough with C/C++, lisp, java, python (etc.) to use backtrace information to identify problems during a code build.”
Building “defense systems” in Lisp and Java.
“Experienced Junior Software Developer to be responsible for supporting, maintaining and enhancing a Knowledge Based Engineering solution.” Charlotte, NC.
Wow, a junior position for using Lisp.
I am currently taking classes at Empire State College and would like to get an entry to mid level Lisp programming job to gain experience and hone my Lisp programming skills. I know Common Lisp, Scheme and CLOS. I am in the process of learning Prolog. I would eventually like to work as an AI researcher. Because of my school, I would have to telecommute; I have LispWorks 4.4 Enterprise Edition and a broadband connection. I have everything I need to start working as a Lisp consultant, except for a paying client. Right now, I am very flexible about money and am looking for at PT position to help with my school expenses. I am hoping that it may grow into a FT position that I can keep upon graduating from school in the middle of next year. But, as of the moment, I will take any and all Lisp jobs that would allow me to telecommute. I am hoping for a job that involves Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Artificial Life (AL) as that is what I want to do when I graduate. If you have a need for a young aspiring Lisp programmer please e-mail me at misrael3620 at gmail dot com or phone me at (585) 461-3254 (I’m never home because of my hectic school schedule so just leave me a message)
I also have an undergraduate English degree as well as a Computer Science I would be willing to do technical writing or writing up a business plan. Again, because of school, this would have to be on a telecommuting basis. I have written some technical articles about using computer software which was published by a small presses trade publication. In fact, I was preparing to be a technical writer–I love AI and AL so I would love to work for a company doing AI or AL research.
Editor’s note: Please contact Mr. Israel directly for follow-up.
“Microsoft seeks to hire a Software Architect for the Common Language Runtime organization. The .NET Developer Platform Division is responsible for the design and implementation of Microsoft’s next-generation software development platform, the .NET Framework.” Obviously not a Lisp position per se, but “Deep experience with execution environments such as Smalltalk, Lisp, or the JVM preferred.”
I’m looking for: a job where I can become great at Lisp.
My main interest is user interfaces, but I can find the fun in lots of
things. If you’re using lisp, you’re probably doing interesting
I’ve worked big projects in Python, and before that Java (never
again!), and a bunch of other languages for smaller things. I’ve
played with Lisp on-and-off since 1996 (“on”, right now). I haven’t
done enough with Lisp to call myself an experienced lisper, though I
am experienced in other languages (5+ years exp out of school). I’d
love a job that enabled me to get great at Lisp, especially working
with experienced lispers.
Right now I’m in the Seattle area. I’m pretty flexible about
location, except I don’t really want to go somewhere with really cold
winters (like the northeastern US — I’ve spent too many winters
there). It doesn’t have to be in the US: I speak a little of several
languages, and would love improving at those, too.
Startups are cool. I’m willing to do something crazy. Try me!
Ken Harris kengruven =at= gmail.com
“Highly quantitative” position “Your technical skills must include either Python, Smalltalk, Ruby, Lisp/Scheme.” Pays well: $225K. New York, NY.