Posted by Willy Franzen on April 30, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Competitive Gymnastics Coach||Austin, TX|
|Senior Security Architect||Chantilly, VA|
|Project Superintendent||Cumberland, MD|
|Driver - Tanker Truck Driver - Class A CDL||Greensburg, PA|
|Application Developer||Germantown, MD|
|WAREHOUSE MANAGER||Charleston, WV|
|Copywriter - Contract||San Francisco, CA|
|McAfee Nitro Consultant||Fort Worth, TX|
|SIEM Security Advanced Analytics Senior Analyst||Houston, TX|
|Administrative Assistant/ Data Entry||Nitro, WV|
In my day… Macs and PCs used completely different file formats. Writing a paper on my Mac (I was one of the few back then) and printing it on one of my school’s PCs was always a risky proposition. If I didn’t convert the file properly, I might end up with no homework and a really lame excuse for my teacher. We’re well past those days, yet many people still struggle with PDFs and other files. A simple request to sign a form and send it back can lead me down a half hour process of trying to find any way possible to avoid buying a new ink cartridge for my printer. Next time I’m going to try Nitro. They’re a San Francisco, CA based company that builds “easy-to-use products that help people work smarter with digital documents.” Whether it’s for personal use or for a corporation with thousands of employees, Nitro offers a simple, affordable solution.
The beauty of Nitro is that it’s web-based software. You can use it anywhere with an Internet connection without having to download plugins or anything from Adobe (that’s really the key selling point). While it’s simple software, it solves a lot of problems for people and businesses. That’s why companies like IBM, Nike, Dell, and Pepsico all use Nitro. To get an inside look at what it’s like to work at Nitro, watch this video (click here if it doesn’t load):
Hearing the Australian guy say “Nitro” takes me back to the Saved by the Bell episode when Zack starts the “Teen Line” and uses a fake Australian accent to give advice for a per minute charge over the phone. Anyway, you should give Nitro a free trial, and then check out their Jobs page. They have quite a few opportunities posted including:
Nitro looks like a really fun place to work, so see if any of the jobs make sense for you.
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
Have you used Nitro?