When you go to FOSDEM…

…don’t forget to pack your résumé.

If you’re looking for a job working on Free Software/Open Source, or want a change of positions, that is.

At the current point in time I am aware of existing openings for all sorts of profiles, including, but not limited to:

  • Red Hat/RHEL Systems Engineer
  • Debian Systems Engineer
  • Developers for Python, Qt, C, C++, Qt, KDE; PHP and Java with experience in solutions such as KDE PIM, Akonadi, Roundcube, Cyrus IMAP, OpenERP, TYPO3
  • Support Engineer
  • Technical Sales & Support
  • Marketing & Sales (of Free Software, mind you)

some of them positions we’ll be looking to fill in our own company, Kolab Systems, some time this year. Some of them are in our company group, some in befriended companies that keep asking me for viable candidates in various areas.

Naturally for Kolab Systems candidates with community experience, connection and participation will be preferred. For some of our partner companies it’s not that important. Some of these jobs would offer the opportunity to relocate to Switzerland, some of them would offer the opportunity to work from home, most of them are located in Europe.

And while I cannot promise that I’ll find jobs for everyone, or that I’ll have your dream job for you, I may just know an interesting place for you and will be happy to pass your résumé along.

So don’t hesitate to get track me down to have a chat!

About Georg Greve

Georg Greve is a technologist and entrepreneur. Background as a software developer and physicist. Head of product development and Chairman at Vereign AG. Founding president of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE). Previously president and CEO at Kolab Systems AG, a Swiss Open Source ISV. In 2009 Georg was awarded the Federal Cross of Merit on Ribbon by the Federal Republic of Germany for his contributions to Open Source and Open Standards.
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