Domino jobs at your fingertipssalary and hiring page
Look for Domino jobs by geographic area or by skills area (including e-commerce, ERP, project management, networking and Windows development). Either way, this site contains so many listings, just using the keyword "Domino" usually returns ample hits. And, unlike many keyword searches, the ones here don't throw you automatically back into the larger pool; they search only the section you're browsing.
Within the skills areas, searching for "Domino" in networking and e-commerce yielded the most hits. The ERP area was devoid of Domino jobs. Searching the project management arena proved an efficient way to single out senior-level or team leader positions. Each of the skills areas overlapped somewhat; for example, most of the 28 Domino jobs returned in the Windows development area also turned up in the one of the others.
Each skills area has a pull-down menu of technical sub-categories, but they're not helpful for finding Domino jobs, as you can't combine a keyword search with the sub-category menu.
A "Start-Ups" section is interesting but yields few returns.
Background: This site, formerly the Computer Jobs Store, was founded by CEO Mike Gillfillan, a former Paradox database programmer who found himself woefully behind the curve when Oracle took over the database market.
Plusses: The site is updated hourly; job postings are dated, and job descriptions are specific and thorough. About half the ads list the job's salary, and a salary ticker on each page gives you both the average salary and hourly contracting rate for the specific region or technical sub-category you're searching.
Minuses: The majority of employers here are consulting firms or headhunters. If you want to hop to another geographic region or skills area from the one you're browsing, you have to return to the home page.
Leslie Goff is a contributing editor based in New York.