We’re swamped with demand for database consulting work. So much so that we’ve decided to expand the team here at ONE/Northwest. My colleague Steve Andersen, our Database Program Manager, has the scoop:
Iâ€™m not so much looking for someone to work for me, but with me. I want these kinds of skills to help us build our program beyond the 10 implementations weâ€™ve done to date.
Weâ€™re going to be very focused on meeting the needs of the small
environmental groups as well and looking at sharing data between
groups, as well as sharing data up to coalition efforts. The voter file
is an interesting data set that weâ€™ll be working with extensively this
year. Weâ€™re doing some cutting edge work, things Salesforce.com hasnâ€™t
ever done before. Itâ€™s really fun.
ONE/Northwest is a great place to work. Salesforce.com is an amazing
platform to work on. The Northwest (and Southwest Canadian)
environmental movement is a movement that is winning and making change.
And because Salesforce.com is web-based, Iâ€™m happy to consider remote
office arrangements. The only drawback to all of this is you would have
to work with me. Drop me a line if you want to chat: steve at onenw.org.
We’ll have an official job announcement out soon, but consider this early notice.