My website bio reads: I never thought I would own an IT company. But, fortunately for me, after some gentle nudging from loyal clients and a bit of a shove from previous employers, I have a pretty great gig. I love my clients, coworkers and the change of pace technology offers. 2AM emergency phone calls never seem to matter when I can fix what’s broken.
We are more than passively searching for a solid technician with strong networking and SysAdmin skills. We need a team member we can try to drown in complex projects, only to watch them swim towards adrift wood, build a boat, and sail it back to the shore of healthy IT systems.
Interested? You should be. We’re a great team: http://birdsonacable.com/ourflock.html
Just like Windows XP, all good things must come to an end. If you are reading this, and still have Windows XP installed, it’s time to buy a new computer. As my time with Birds on a Cable comes to a close, I want to reflect back on some of my most memorable experiences. Before I fly the coup, let me leave you with my Very Profound Life Advice.
Dearest Blog-Readers and Bird-Fans:
As you may already know, Birds on a Cable has recently added new starlings to our flock. And, truth be told, it’s been a difficult journey to find these shining, capable personalities. Technical knowhow aside, we aim to employ passionate, organized and well-balanced Birds.
Sifted from hundreds of resumes, below are some of the close-but-not-quite candidates:
Welcome to our new website and new blog, we’re glad to have you.
The Birds will be posting here a few times per month. Sometimes it will be technical information about an IT project that’s captured our attention. Other times it might simply be a favorite new website or internet thing.
Check back often.
We take requests.