Post by Rob Collie

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Do You Have the “Data Gene?”  Know Your Way Around Power Pivot?
We’re Looking for You in 2015!

Hi folks, we’ve done this a number of times on behalf of our clients, but never before have we solicited resumes for PowerPivotPro itself.

Well, I think that changes in 2015.

Now, to be perfectly clear, we’re not hiring immediately, nor are we 100% certain yet on what kinds of positions we will be filling.  (Nor how many team members we will add).

But I’m confident that we WILL be growing the team this year, and I’d like to start getting a sense of who is out there that would be interested.

So, if you’re even curious about what this might look like, click below and fill out our mini-application form:

Me?  Yeah, I Like Changing the World!  🙂

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Rob Collie

One of the founding engineers behind Power Pivot during his 14-year career at Microsoft, and creator of the world’s first cloud Power Pivot service, Rob is one of the foremost authorities on self-service business intelligence and next-generation spreadsheet technology. 

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Awesome! Very exciting!

    One small quibble. My sense is that it is NOT the data gene. From your earlier ‘greayscale’ post “I think curiosity, and a desire to engage with real problems: ” Is what you are looking for 🙂

    1. Yeah, I forget that not everyone has heard my “data gene” spiel. It’s exactly that – you either like dealing with data or you don’t. And it tends to be curiosity, rather than some sort of technical acumen, that determines whether you like it.

  2. I get an error when I click on the link. “Command link argument is not valid. Veryify the switch you are using.” Would like to find out more details.

  3. I live in Dallas and want to know whether or not there are opportunities here for a powerpivot/self-service BI pro.

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