You may have heard by now, through tweet after tweet after tweet—we’re hiring for a WordPress developer position at Washington State University. If you have any inclination to apply, you should. We’d love to talk to you about what we’re doing and how you’ll help. I’d love to work alongside you and continue to build great things. Here’s a brief list of random reasons why this is an excellent opportunity: We do big WordPress and we’re not slowing down. We have a single multi-network installation serving over 2 million page views a month across almost 1000 sites. We have plans for that number to grow significantly in 2016. We work in the open. There are 160 repositories in the WSU GitHub organization. All of our internal work—themes, plugins, the multi-network configuration—is open for sharing with others. We power the university. As the central communications unit, we build sites and power WordPress for everyone. Things like wsu.edu, admission.wsu.edu, education.wsu.edu, vcea.wsu.edu, business.wsu.edu, gradschool.wsu.edu, and many, many more will be there for you to enhance and fix. And you’ll be given keys. (I broke all of it for 2 minutes just yesterday!) You’ll be encouraged to explore
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