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Posted by Willy Franzen on March 11, 2011. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Client Partner||Chicago, IL|
|QA Analyst (Web & Mobile Software)||Chicago, IL|
|Digital Consultant / Business Analyst||Chicago, IL|
|Product Designer||Chicago, IL|
|Web Developer (HTML / CSS)||Chicago, IL|
|Consulting Project Manager ( Agile / Scrum )||Chicago, IL|
|Java Developer (All Experience Levels)||Chicago, IL|
|Senior Interactive / Visual Designer||Chicago, IL|
|iOS Engineer||Chicago, IL|
|Infrastructure / Systems Engineer||Chicago, IL|
I’ve met a lot of awesome people since I moved to Chicago–many through the local startup scene and many others through playing volleyball. What’s great about constantly meeting new people is that they often introduce me to new companies. One of the companies that a couple of my volleyball friends work for is called Vodori. They’re a Chicago, IL based full-service digital agency, and they do some killer work. The best example is their own site, which they just redesigned. It looks amazing, it conveys a clear message, and it’s super engaging. It not only makes you want to hire them, but it also makes you want to work for them. They even have a section on their site that shows how many pages they’ve published, pixels they’ve pushed, cups of coffee they’ve drank, miles they’ve biked, Whole Foods lunches they’ve eaten, and languages they’ve spoken.
Vodori breaks their services down into three categories: Technology, Strategy, and Creative. In other words they have “hipsters, nerds, and suits ready to meet your goals.” When you bring those three together, you get a complete, unified marketing message that makes sense to customers. Some of Vodori’s client include Abbott, USG, and LifeFitness, and you can take a look at Vodori’s portfolio of case studies here. Still, I think the best example of their work is Vodori’s own website. That’s why you should go check it out and let it convince you that you want to work for them. You can meet their team and look at their job openings, but more importantly you can get a feel for who they are, how they work, and what they do on a daily basis. Right now they’re looking for a Content Manager, a Strategy Analyst, a Front End Developer, a Java Developer, and a Platform Engineer. The perks sound awesome (a half-day every ten days is my favorite), so get on it!
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What do you think of Vodori’s newly designed site?