Tools engineer, Juniper Networks

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).

Lisp job wanted: Micheal Israel

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.