Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Thursday, August 28, 2008
.NET Technical Manager
Position: Microsoft.net Technical Manager
Experience: 5+ Years on Microsoft.NET platform
Key Skills: C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server
The Technical Manager will assume the responsibility of leading the product development team. The person must have excellent grasp of .NET technology and its deployment aspects in different scenarios. The person will be the owner of the product right from the requirement to packaging stage.
The technical manager will also be working closely with the sales team in AP and the USA. We look at this role as one of the key roles in the organization. The person can grow up to at least Director (Engineering).
—Architecting the product and deciding the technology road map
—Guiding the team on all technology aspects.
—Interfacing with the customer on technology presentations and consulting.
We are in process of starting the development of the product which will initially be targeted towards customers in Asia Pacific and the USA. This product is being developed to cater to corporates, educational institutions and schools and is into e-learning 2.0 space. We will be offering a package comprising of sustenance salary, profit sharing in product and services sales and equity.You can contact me at +91 98212 15890 or email@example.com
Monday, August 25, 2008
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- Right Package- This section is more relevant for startups which are bootstrapped (read it as limited funding). Let us understand, why do people want to join your startup, even if they have the option of joining an established brand and earn comfortable salary. As I understand after talking to many people, these people are ambitious and want to make a difference. They want to enjoy the feeling of building an organization with their effort, which is rewarding both in tangible and intangible terms. These rewards, if defined correctly, will attract good people to your startup. So what should constitute the right package, well it can be a mixture of sustenance salary (not full salary), equity (spread over a period of years and target linked) and profit sharing. Share your wealth with the key people as that's the way you can taste success.
If you are interested to know what kind of packages we are offering, do get in touch with me. Will be happy to share it with you.
Posted by Abhishek at 9:24 AM