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Allyis opportunities

(Yeah, it's me again.) The following positions are open at Allyis, Inc., a small, up-and-coming technology projects firm located in Bellevue, WA (Allyis is a Certified Microsoft Partner and the majority of these projects are Microsoft-related, though some are internal, non-contract positions). If you are interested in any of these positions, please feel free to leave a comment, and I can forward your resume along to a recruiter with a referral.

Full job descriptions can be found here.

Marketing Execution Manager (Junior) (M-482)
Employee Relations Manager (I-481)
Content Coordinator (M-473)
Content Developer (M-474)
Web Content Manager (M-471)
Events Manager (M-464)
Marketing Project Manager (M-463)
PL/SQL ETL Specialist (461-E)

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