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Want to work for the #1 Company in Colorado? Apply here for a position at ReadyTalk!

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Engineers WantedReadyTalk Recruiting is working in full gear to fill the open seats we have in our brand new building in Downtown Denver!

We are very excited to announce the 3 new employees we have joined us this week.  Rick Rothenberg and Jim Reed will be joining our Engineering Team and Patrick Zeiher will be joining us on our Account Executive team. If you would like to be the next new member of the ReadyTalk family, we are looking for new ReadyTalkers on the business AND Technical sides of the house. Here's a bit more info:

Let’s start with the Product Owner. We are looking for someone that is equally comfortable working with geeks, business leaders, AND customers. ReadyTalk Product Owners are responsible for defining product features and seeing them through implementation. If this sounds like your dream job, check out the details

Secondly, we are looking for a Partner Marketing Manager.  This individual will be responsible for all ongoing marketing activities for Partner Programs. This includes developing effective joint marketing strategies and tactical marketing programs designed to successfully launch new integrations. If this is you, please apply.

Next up, we are looking for Account Executives who will be responsible for generating revenue and developing new business through list conditioning, cold calling, networking, social media and new/established verticals. We are looking for energetic, persistent and outcome-focused individuals with a passion for success. Check it out! 

On the Technical side:

Are you obsessed with software performance, paranoid about the security of programs, you write and daydream about highly available systems, and cringe at the thought of downtime?  If so, you are who we are looking for. Check out the details for our Server Software Engineer

If you are part detective, part creative problem solver, part tech nerd, and all enthusiasm we are looking for you!  Quality assurance isn’t a check box on “Ye Olde Development Checklist;” it’s one of the most vital pieces of the process.  A good quality assurance engineer works with developers to fix problems and find their causes. 

And finally, if you’ve told yourself time and time again that this was the last start up, or  you just spent another afternoon of going through process documents while choking on your “business casual” button up then maybe our Client Software Engineer position is for you! 

As you can see ReadyTalk has seats to fill and we want YOU to check it out! You can learn more about who we are and what we do here:  AND here. To keep an eye on ReadyTalk openings please follow us on Twitter @RTRecruiting and @ReadyTalkGeeks.

 


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