While I’m not, currently, looking for any extra work (a full-time job and writing a book will slow you down a bit) I’m frequently forwarded job openings that I would like to pass on to others.
jQuery Contract Position
Dave Merwin (dmerwin at orcasinc.com) says that he needs some help with “a small but cool project that I want to do in jQuery.” Contact him if you’re interested.
Mark Soper (mark at alluviallabs.com) says:
jQuery Plugin Development
Ryan Graf (ryanjgraf at gmail.com) says that:
I’m looking for an experienced developer with jQuery that can help with some work on a plugin (edit-in-place stuff). We’ve been working on an existing plugin provided by another contributor and have basically re-written the entire plugin to add a lot of extra functionality. We’re now facing some interesting cross browser issues with IE6/Safari that have been difficult to debug.
Scott Delap (scott at clientjava.com) says:
Brian Vinay (brian.vinay at talentbridge.net) is looking to fill a position with Heavy.com. He provides more details:
Heavyâ€™s engineers develop the next-generation technologies for discovering, delivering, and monetizing premium video for millions of consumers. Weâ€™re looking for outstanding front-end engineers who want to define the next generation of user interfaces for internet-based video and advertising.
* BS/MS/PhD in Computer Science or equivalent.
* Significant experience implementing user interfaces for consumer web services
* Experience with PHP, MySQL and ActionScript is a plus
* Knowledge of user interface design, XML web services and agile development methodologies desired.
* Ideally, you truly love what you do and have a web site to showcase your favorite work.
Brandon Mullins (brandon at bookmesh.com) is looking for someone to help finish the Ajax of Book Mesh:
These initial AJAX needs will not take much time at all (~ 7-10 hours), and there may be lots more work in the coming future for the selected freelancer.
Boston – Web Designer
Aaron White (wyrmwood at gmail.com) is looking for a web designer and includes a full description of the position.
NYC – jQuery Developer
Matthew Greenhouse (mgreenhouse at colspace.com) is looking for “any developers that are familiar with jquery and looking for work, ideally in NYC.”
Portsmouth, NH – Web Designer
Jeff Leombruno (leombruno at gmail.com) is looking for:
…a high end developer/scripter type person. If you know anyone who might fit that role and would be interested in working in Portsmouth, NH, please feel free to pass along my email address. We’re looking for someone with experience who can jump right into developing complex UI’s using xhtml/css/js or flash/actionscript/flex type technologies. We do use jQuery here, of course, as well as YUI for some of our more complex interfaces.
Los Angeles – Senior UI Developer
Danny Archambault (darchambault at concorde-inc.com) is looking to fill a senior UI developer position:
Skills: Ajax CSS Photoshop JSP HTML sony Job description: UI Developer / Specialist: A minimum of 5 years of experience working in a team on a complex-phased new technology medium sized web projects. Responsible for developing the user interface for a complex web application with a lot of data entry screens, workflows, views and reports.
Deliverables will include:
* Low-tech mockups using Photoshop, Illustrator, Excel or Visio
* Flex application development to support the back-end development
Seattle – User Experience Developer
David Golightly (davidgo at zillow.com) points to a a job posting at Zillow:
NYC – Senior-level Web Developer
Mauvis Ledford (mauvis atkickapps.com) wrote to mention a job at KickApps:
Peter Svensson (January 26, 2008 at 4:33 pm)
This is very good and also a rare treat (outside Ajaxian) to get access to serious js/Ajax jobs.
John Resig (January 26, 2008 at 4:42 pm)
@Peter: No problem, glad you are enjoying them!
Pete Forde (January 27, 2008 at 3:19 pm)
This is kick-ass, John.
However, it’s also very jQuery and Boston focused.. which is awesome in it’s way; you’ve given me some motivation to set up something similar for Toronto/Ontario.
Scott Johnson (January 28, 2008 at 5:43 pm)
Great post. It’s nice to see JS jobs out there! Keep ’em coming.
Ian (January 30, 2008 at 3:42 pm)
Great post! Very useful.
kevin (February 5, 2008 at 8:33 am)
Please update! Its a great list!
Jon Sagotsky (April 18, 2008 at 9:12 am)
Yes please! Especially the Boston and jQuery specific ones.
Anthony Ettinger (April 18, 2008 at 1:35 pm)
Always good to know, the more focused the joblist, the better.