[OCC] AppSec USA: Connecting Job Oportunities

dinis cruz dinis.cruz at owasp.org
Tue Sep 7 15:37:45 EDT 2010


CCing the right Chris :)

Dinis Cruz

On 7 September 2010 20:36, dinis cruz <dinis.cruz at owasp.org> wrote:

> OCC, there was no negative comments on this, so lets try to make it happen
> during the conference
>
> Any Idea on how 'operationally' this should work?
>
> Dinis Cruz
>
>
> On 3 September 2010 12:55, dinis cruz <dinis.cruz at owasp.org> wrote:
>
>> On the twittersphere yesterday there was a thread about Job oportunities
>> at Irvine, and I think we need to try to make it happen
>>
>> The NYC chapter has a good way of doing this where they get the people who
>> are hiring to say what they are looking for (Tom can you share more
>> details?)
>>
>> I think we could do something similar, with the following caveats (CCing
>> Tin and Cassio):
>>
>>    - Only OWASP members (Corporate or Individual) and leaders could play
>>    this game (i.e. add their name to one of the lists)
>>    - Only Attendees of the AppSec Conference can play the game
>>    - All information provided is on-the-record and is going to go on the
>>    OWASP Wiki (special page for the conference)
>>    - Companies with Job offers should list:
>>       - Type of Job
>>       - What skills are they looking for
>>       - Job Perks
>>       - Location
>>       - How much they would support OWASP activities while on the job
>>       (working on projects, participating on conferences, being as Committee
>>       member, etc..)
>>       - OWASP leaders and conference participants should be able to put
>>    themselves forward as 'available for hire':
>>    - List the type of job they are looking for, where they would like to
>>       work (or travel to) and what type of contract they want (FTE, 1 to 6 month
>>       FT contract, freelance work)
>>       - Only Individuals should be allowed to do this (i.e. not AppSec
>>       companies looking for work)
>>    - There must be a personal/direct contact with any reference
>>    - No Recruitment companies (or somebody proxying as one) will be
>>    allowed
>>    - We will monitor for abuses
>>
>> What do you think?
>>
>> Dinis Cruz
>>
>
>
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