CREATE-NET, a research center located in Trento,
Italy, is hiring two functional programmers for web application development.
The ideal candidate would have experience with at least one functional
programming language (Haskell, Lisp, Caml, …) and a willingness to work on
application development using either Haskell or Common Lisp (depending on
We offer competitive compensation and a stimulating work environment in the
research and innovation sector. The center is also located amidst the scenic
landscape of Italian Alps, making it a nice environment where to work.
Applications should be submitted to email@example.com More details on
the open position and ideal profile may be found at
Common Lisp developer needed – direct or contract.
Embedded soft real-time. TCP/IP communications. Crypto. Heavy touchscreen-based graphics (think iPhone).
LispWorks environment – Common Lisp/CLOS/CAPI.
Financed early-stage company near Denver, Colorado in the mountains.
I am searching for a senior LISP Developer or Knowledge Engineer who has strong Expert Systems or human factors development experience in a Rules Engine. Salary is negotiable to a reasonable extent. Candidate would need to relocate but the client would be willing to help out for the right fit. Please send your resume or anyone who you think would be interested to firstname.lastname@example.org
Backend is written in Lisp, although this position is front-end only:
Impress ’em with your JS-fu, and wow ’em with your Lisp-fu!
ht: Rick Scott
[from a email note from Marc Battyani]
There are some positions for Common Lisp internships at HPC Platform in Boston and Paris. Some full time positions will be available in Boston in the next months.
HPC Platform makes the fastest hardware (FPGA) based processing systems on the planet and for that we develop domain specific compilers and other tools written in Common Lisp (Lispworks on Linux).
We are looking for people knowing Common Lisp and preferably topics like compilation, code generation, VHDL, FPGA, networking, optimization, statistics and more.
http://www.hpcplatform.com is rather outdated but gives an idea of what we do.
Contact email@example.com for more details.
[Not a Lisp job, but supporting a major Lisp provider]
Franz Inc. is the provider of Allegro Common Lisp and associated
products. We are looking for a qualified applicant to help with the
* IT administration and maintenance of internal computer systems.
Possible tasks could include:
– hardware and software upgrades of Linux or Windows servers
– hardware and (system) software troubleshooting
– virtualization of existing servers
– network management
– attending to backups
Experience in the following areas would therefore be valuable:
* Linux installation and administration – shell scripting, perl, NFS,
autofs, DNS, DHCP, SMTP, Samba, iptables, RAID and LVM.
* Windows (2000 and later).
* Mac OS X experience is a plus.
This is a part-time position. Ideally, it would be 20 hours per week
spread over 3 days (M-F). This position is office-based and not
eligible for telecommuting.
If you feel you are a good match for the above, please send a letter
of interest and your resume to hrbox at franz dot com. EOE.
Title: Engineer Software 3
Category: Technical Services/Operations
Location: Falls Church, VA / USA | Sector: TASC
Posting ID: TA/106202
TASC Inc is seeking to fill a Software Developer to support design and development application software for the Army Intelligence Master Plan program. Desired skills include working knowledge of structure and semantics of Army Corporate databases; experience in designing and developing applications for both browser delivery and selected other client options. Familiarity with Lisp system development and source tracking tools, as well as, CL-HTTP or Allegro-Serve are a plus. Requires Bachelors Degree and 5+ years experience designing and developing Object Oriented Systems using ANSI Common Lisp language. 9 years experience in lieu of degree. Applicant selected will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. U.S. citizenship and DoD/Secret security clearance required. TS/SSBI preferred. Security Clearance Required.
Lisp/Act-R experience “strongly preferred.” Air-traffic control research.