.NET Wizard, Houston, Texas

Not really a Lisp job, but I’m a sucker for a well-written job ad.

The technology we work on has a bit of something for everyone: non-trivial usability questions (just how does one clearly design a user interface for specifying the boundary conditions of a multi-hundred-million year heat flow equation?), serious performance challenges (gigabytes for breakfast, linux clusters for lunch), software engineering challenges, and a user base the sun never sets on (want to make friends with someone in Indonesia?)