[Owasp-board] FW: Job Posting

Jeff Williams jeff.williams at owasp.org
Wed Apr 18 21:27:51 UTC 2007

Hmmm... I know I've been against this in the past, but I think it's time we
did this or someone else is going to.  I suggest we follow JoelOnSoftware --
check this http://jobs.joelonsoftware.com/default.asp and don't forget to
look at the FAQ.  I think a nominal fee like $300 to post jobs is right, as
is the policy about allowing headhunting, but mandatory disclosure of the



-----Original Message-----
From: Da'Jinx [mailto:jinxpuppy at gmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2007 5:05 PM
To: jeff.williams at owasp.org
Cc: OWASP Leaders
Subject: Job Posting

Last night at our meeting  that had over 100 attendees I saw a surge
in my neck of the woods for firms looking for people to staff up with
WEBAPPSEC folks.  That is a good thing for the economy and perhaps for
OWASP here is my thought.

If we were to ONLY allow OWASP member companies to post jobs this
would enable another value item of membership to OWASP.  Jobs could be
submitted to the Wiki and then perhaps in a approved and non-editable
type format with typical disclaimer that OWASP is just a posting
source but does not authorized the firm.

At meeting we had 4 firms seeking people hands-on people and we had
NJIT (university) looking for jobs/interns for people and then our
main sponsor UBS got into the act with they need people as well so
there was lots of activity about this... once this exchange was done,
people were then asking if they could use the mailing list to post job

My thought was, perhaps we could dedicate 1 mailing list to job
postings for the world that people can subscribe to and check archive
if they wish or some combo of?  Again as a resource it allows OWASP to
be a point and "place to be" if you don't know OWASP and your looking
for a job in WEBAPPSEC... your not in WEBAPPSEC ;)

Thoughts anyone??    - typical disclaimers apply. <grin>

Tom Brennan
NY/NJ Metro OWASP Board Member - President

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