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SymfonyLab Jobs

Today we launch new symfony-related service which is called ‘SymfonyLab Jobs’:

Jobs.SymfonyLab.com

It uses job-a-matic service (and that’s why it provides access to huge list of available vacancies) and allows to post a job as well as look for the new vacancies.

You may use this service absolutely for free if you are looking for the vacancy and if you are interested in developers you may try out ‘post a job’ service for free with this coupon code:

XMAS2007

It allows $5 discount which actually means that you can post a job here for free until 1st of January (after that date we will charge $5 per 30 days for each job posted on our site).

We offer an ability to post a job here because of about 200+ experience symfony developers are visiting this site each day. This can be a good option to post here a job and I bet some of them would be interested in your proposal.

We hope you’ll find this service usefull and feel free to contact us if you have any questions and proposals.

And the last note is why we are doing it. We plan to use money earned from this job advertisement for site improvement and development of more free symfony plugins.

Sincerely,
SymfonyLab.com Team


Author: symfonian

6 Comments

Francis
December 9, 2007

Yes but its quite a stupid site really.. only people who have a “valid zip code” and a telephone number which is 10 digits long can post a job. IE doesn’t work for anyone outside the UK. Out of 62 jobs on the symfony wiki only 20 are from the US!!!

Francis
December 9, 2007

Sorry should have said “IE doesn’t work for anyone outside the UK” anyone outside the US 🙂 DOH!

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admin
December 14, 2007

Francis, you are right but there were a few things why I decided to start using it:

1. They claim that they are going to allow to post new jobs from another countries in nearest future
2. If you are seeking for the job – you dont need to enter phone or zip code – you can simply go to this site and apply for the vacancy
3. As for the only 20 wiki jobs from US – that’s quite subjective opinion because of only symfony-project members may add new jobs. On the other hand my Google Analytics statistics shows that 60% of SymfonyLab.com visitors are from USA (then about 20% from France, Netherlans, UK, Germany and Poland and another 20% are all the other countries)

and the last 4th point – even if I’m not USA person – it’s always interesting to take a look which vacancies are available and which skills are popular and how much $$ you may expect.

So that’s the reason I took a decision to start using this jobs site.

admin
December 14, 2007

Francis, you are right but there were a few things why I decided to start using it:

1. They claim that they are going to allow to post new jobs from another countries in nearest future
2. If you are seeking for the job – you dont need to enter phone or zip code – you can simply go to this site and apply for the vacancy
3. As for the only 20 wiki jobs from US – that’s quite subjective opinion because of only symfony-project members may add new jobs. On the other hand my Google Analytics statistics shows that 60% of SymfonyLab.com visitors are from USA (then about 20% from France, Netherlans, UK, Germany and Poland and another 20% are all the other countries)

and the last 4th point – even if I’m not USA person – it’s always interesting to take a look which vacancies are available and which skills are popular and how much $$ you may expect.

So that’s the reason I like this site.

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