[Discuss] Careers in OS Hardware Communities
andrew.quitmeyer at gmail.com
Wed Apr 22 17:27:45 UTC 2015
I second having a list like that would be great from the employer end too.
I don't know about the general availability of OSHW jobs in general, but at
Comingle we are hoping to be hiring soon (for many positions that wouldn't
even need direct access to a Fab lab). It would be nice to hire from a pool
of people already dedicated to OSHW when looking for new employees.
On Apr 22, 2015 10:34 AM, "Gerrit Niezen" <gerrit.niezen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Emily,
> Having a hub for jobs or volunteer/internship opportunities sounds like a
> great idea! I was also thinking that since most OSHW communities tend to
> work in a distributed fashion, remote work opportunities should be
> feasible. As long as you have a fablab or hackspace in your town, you
> should be able to work remotely. I was thinking something along the lines
> of http://authenticjobs.com or https://weworkremotely.com/, but then
> focussed on OSHW opportunities.
> Or is it possible that there are not enough OSHW jobs out there at the
> moment to make this feasible?
> On Sat, Mar 28, 2015 at 10:52 PM, Emily Dixon <egd.box at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Good Evening!
>> I am a graduating senior studying engineering at Smith College in
>> Northampton. I am curious about the availability of job opportunities and
>> careers within existing open source hardware projects. Are there any
>> projects growing rapidly enough to need support staff? I spent last summer
>> at Open Source Ecology, am currently working with a team on FarmHack, and
>> am looking forward to continuing to grow my experience and network within
>> the OS hardware world.
>> I initially sent this question to Alicia who pointed me towards Making
>> <http://makingsociety.com/2013/03/the-worlwide-list-of-open-source-hardware-online-stores/> which
>> is a useful resource especially for creating a new hardware start-up. I
>> think it would be useful to organize a similar hub for job, volunteer, and
>> internship opportunities in this field and am looking forward to learning
>> about these resources. Any thoughts and ideas would be appreciated.
>> I look forward to hearing from you all -
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