Calling all Alpha Males with Ruby on Rails!

Where are you Pack Leaders and/or Peaceful Warriors?

Sr. Technology Manager RoR $250k-$300k+ Washington DC & NYC

Well-funded, internal startup (a creative team with deep pockets -
doesn't get any better than that!) of a major rich content provider is
seeking a seasoned technology leader intimately familiar with web
based data rich platforms and the people and project management
approaches that lead to a successful launch the ongoing product
refinement for its client base. The beta version of this platform has
been so well received that they have exceeded their initial sales
targets by sixty percent! The ideal candidate will have a strong RoR
technology background with market changing web implementations and
some exposure to the government space.

(Refer the best manager you ever worked for and perhaps you could work
for them again! They will inherit a team of twenty and grow it to
forty or fifty people! All positions are onsite only)

Please check out my linkedin profile:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/kathleengriffiths/

Cheers,

Ruby Kate

You may want to rethink your subject title, reference Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

David Kahn wrote:

You may want to rethink your subject title, reference Title VII of the
Civil
Rights Act of 1964.

I was thinking the same thing. There are lots of great female
developers and tech managers out there. That headline is just
offensive.

Best,

Re: [Rails] Re: [JOBS] Calling all Alpha Males with Ruby on Rails!
Well, maybe I am wrong, I did think about this, being an Alpha Female myself, but I figured any fellow Alpha Female would get that the phrase is simply poetic rhythm, its just doesn’t flow as well with “female” added in there and of course it is not meant to exclude Alpha Females, I think we are way beyond that aren’t we, in other words, a true Alpha Female would be secure enough in her power to interpret the phrase as it is intended - a bit of poetic license.

I hope that clears up my intention.

Thanks,

Kathleen

David Kahn wrote:

You may want to rethink your subject title, reference Title VII of the

Civil

Rights Act of 1964.

I was thinking the same thing. There are lots of great female

developers and tech managers out there. That headline is just

offensive.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser

http://www.marnen.org

marnen@marnen.org

Kathleen Griffiths, B.Sc. RYT

Master Certified Integrative Coach

Select Group, Inc.

off: 800-331-1987

efax: 516-908-4219

www.sg.com

www.createthebestyou.com

Hi Kathleen,

Kathleen Griffiths wrote:

Well, maybe I am wrong,

I think you are.

I did think about this, being an Alpha Female
myself, but I figured any fellow Alpha Female would get that the phrase
is
simply poetic rhythm, its just doesn¹t flow as well with ³female² added
in
there and of course it is not meant to exclude Alpha Females, I think we
are
way beyond that aren¹t we, in other words, a true Alpha Female would be
secure enough in her power to interpret the phrase as it is intended -
a
bit of poetic license.

Tell you what -- I have lots of Alpha Female friends. I'll run this by
them and get their opinions. I'd bet money that every last one would
agree with me, not you. The women I know are secure enough in their
femininity that they don't like being called men.

And I'll stop here, because this isn't the gender studies list. I will
share my results, though.

Best,

I kinda worry how long a start up can remain in business if they are
spending $250,000 on a single person's salary.

RobL