Monthly Archives: March 2013

Technical Pipeline Candidates Make the Cut

InMotion Hosting launched it’s official Technical Pipeline Program in October 2012. Since it’s inception we’ve  had 10 candidates complete the program successfully and join our team as Tier 1 Technical Support Representatives.  From this program candidates have also been identified to join our Billing and Sales department as they continue to increase their technical skills.

Would you like to join our Technical Pipeline Program and see where you fit in? Submit your resume today to hr@inmotionhosting.com and mention Technical Pipeline Program in the email header.

Here is a group of pipeline candidates in action on the support floor.

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ODU Development Internship Experience

Hi, I’m Rafael and I’m a development intern here at InMotion Hosting, and a Computer Engineering Junior at Old Dominion University. I have been working here for a little less than two months, but so far it has been an incredible experience. Everyone is very helpful and pleasant to work with. The work environment is also very welcoming. The casual dress code allows me to come to work without the need to bring a change in attire. Also, my work schedule was easily adjusted to coincide with my rigorous school schedule. I’ve never worked anywhere this accommodating.

Since I have started working here I feel that the skills that I was lacking have developed quickly, and as a result I am performing much better in school. Over the past two months I have learned more about my chosen profession than I have learned since beginning my collegiate studies. The benefit of hands on learning can be underestimated; however, it has proven to be indispensable.

The majority of my background in regards to software development has come from some introductory programming classes in C++. Since I began working here I have become very familiar with PHP, MySQL, jQuery, CSS, HTML and JavaScript. However, the most important information that I have learned so far concerns the software development process; something that’s difficult to understand without seeing it unfold first hand.

My experience here at InMotion Hosting has been my best work experience yet! I am only half way through it but I look forward to my future here and the opportunities it may hold.

Are you interested in internship opportunities with InMotion Hosting? Submit your resume to hr@inmotionhosting.com. Please state your degree program and expected graduation date in your email.

Rafael R.- ODU Student and Development Intern

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Linux Pros are in High Demand

As a linux based environment we’ve being hiring knowledgeable linux team members for years. And now it seems a number of companies are following our lead. Recently, on February 20, 2013, The Linux Foundation published an article stating,  “Ninety-three percent of hiring managers plan to hire a Linux pro in the next six months”. You can click here to read the rest of the article published on The Linux Foundation website.

Do you want to be part of the Linux hiring trend? Are you new to Linux and want to build your skill set to become a viable candidate in the industry? There are several online resources that can assist you in building your qualifications. Here are a few sites that can get you started building your skill set:

Are you interested in learning more about what InMotion Hosting has to offer? Submit your resume along with your career interest to hr@inmotionhosting.com.

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