[Haskell-cafe] Haskell contract position in US (TX)

Dave Carlson david_carlson at oxfordcorp.com
Mon Jun 27 19:26:59 UTC 2016

In addition to the description below (from the account manager dealing directly with the client) – “Client is trying to build out a team of Haskell & Scala developers and wants a Sr. Haskell developer to be able to train and mentor his team on Haskell development and best practices.”

Additionally “The manager knows Scala but they really want to use Haskell for this project.  The manager knows his way around Haskell but needs help understanding things like – which frameworks to use, etc.”

Should anyone have any questions or comments regarding this position please contact me directly.


From: Haskell-Cafe [mailto:haskell-cafe-bounces at haskell.org] On Behalf Of Christopher Allen
Sent: Monday, June 27, 2016 2:49 PM
To: Haskell-Cafe at haskell.org
Subject: Re: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell contract position in US (TX)

The client uses Scala only, there's no Haskell involved in this gig. The recruiting org itself is a bit shady too.

I wasn't looking for a Haskell job (I'm happily employed using Haskell), but I thought I'd put this out there so no one is misled.

On Mon, Jun 27, 2016 at 7:49 AM, Dave Carlson <david_carlson at oxfordcorp.com<mailto:david_carlson at oxfordcorp.com>> wrote:
I have a client located in the US,  Texas who is looking for a Haskell developer ideally with 8+/- years of development experience. If someone is interested in the position below please contact me ASAP.
Thanks- Dave

Location: TX  (potential for some remote/ off-site work)
Duration: 6+ months
Position Title: Haskell Developer
Client is looking for a Sr. level Haskell developer who has recent experience to work on an AI platform for their product team. Candidate will be assisting building the infrastructure and writing in Haskell coding.  Candidate will need to come in from a mentor stand-point and help mentor and train/build- out of platform.  Candidate needs to have functional programming experience and be able to do an implementation stack that is based on Haskell & Haskell programming. Candidate needs to be familiar with ECO system tools within Haskell. Candidate needs to have some experience with basic micro services in Haskell & have some Big Data process experience and know how to move data through a pipeline. Candidate needs to understand best practices and bring in the right tools to get the problem done.

Necessary Experience:
8+ years of recent Haskell Experience (coding experience & build out)
Experience with Functional Programming
Able to do implementation stack
Exp. with ECO system tools within Haskell
Exp. with Basic Micro Services in Haskell
Exp. with Big Data process & how to move data through Pipeline
Understanding best practices and bring in right tools to get the problem done

Desired Experience:
Scala Experience
GO experience
F# Experience
Ocamel Language

Dave Carlson
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Oxford International
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