We have partnered with HotLinuxJobs to provide KernelTrap readers with a new Linux Job Board dedicated to helping you find employment in free and open source technologies. The list of jobs on our website will be automatically updated as new jobs come available, and can be found by clicking the 'Jobs' link in the menu at the top of every page. When you find a listed job that you're interested in, follow the link from the job board to sign up for the free Jobs Email List. A HotLinuxJobs recruiter will then personally work with you, interviewing your over the phone before sending your resume to the potential employer, and protecting your confidentiality. You may sign up for the Jobs Email List even if you currently find no matching jobs, and a HotLinuxJobs recruiter will contact you when a match is found. Their website explains:
"[HotLinuxJobs is a] search firm specializing in the placement of Linux / Open Source professionals, providing both contract and direct hire services to our clients. Our knowledge of the Linux / Open Source landscape and employment marketplace make us your most efficient recruiting resource. If you are looking for exciting opportunities and want to work for leading companies adopting Open Source technologies, please contact us and send us a copy of your resume and sign up for our jobs email list."
Their website goes on to explain, "HotLinuxJobs is NOT a job board site. We operate much like a traditional recruiting firm, which means that you get personal attention from one of our recruiters."
Employers can visit this page if interested in working with HotLinuxJobs to find candidates.
KernelTrap's involvement in this new partnership is to connect talented Linux candidates with HotLinuxJobs recruiters. By following any of the links on our job board and signing up for the free Jobs Email List, if you are subsequently connected with a job, KernelTrap earns a commission. Long time readers will know that this is our second attempt at setting up a useful job resource for KernelTrap readers, a new partnership that we hope addresses all of the concerns and feedback received in response to our earlier attempt.
We welcome all comments, criticisms, and suggestions on how we can improve this service.