We need YOU (or someone you might know)!

By David Duffett

As we continue to grow and focus on getting the Asterisk word out there, we’ve come to a point where we need more people!

Right now we have a number of vacancies, including those for a technical trainer and a training manager, both based at our headquarters, in Huntsville, AL. The Technical Trainer is basically responsible for developing our Asterisk training curriculum which covers our all of open source Asterisk solutions and all of our Digium products. As you might expect, the Training Manager is responsible for managing and growing our overall Asterisk training programs – it’s a pretty exciting role, if I say so myself.

We have some terrific trainers,  and our classes are always well received. That’s why it’s important for us to fill these positions with truly talented people. We’re looking for people who not only can get the job done well, but who are also as passionate as the rest of us about the growing Asterisk community.

You can see more information about these and other positions online at our Digium Careers page.

If you think you can help us take Asterisk further, and have the relevant skills, go ahead and apply now. What are you waiting for?

Don’t waste any time in getting in touch!

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David Duffett

David works with the Worldwide Asterisk Community for Digium, and is an Asterisk enthusiast in addition to being a Chartered Engineer, globally experienced trainer and public speaker. His experience includes Air Traffic Control communications, Wireless Local Loop, Mobile Networks, Computer Telephony, Voice over IP and Asterisk specifically. In addition to many web articles, David's publications include Asterisk 1.4: The Professional's Guide (Packt, co-author) and the contribution of a chapter (on Internationalisation) to Asterisk: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly). David is editorially responsible for AstriCon (THE annual global Asterisk event) where he also introduced the 'Fastest Dude to the Dialtone' contest some years ago. He is a frequent speaker at AsterConference Asia (David has also MC'd at this event), IT Expo (East and West) and a number of corporate events. He has also spoken at numerous other conferences - VoIP Developer, Speech World, CT Expo and UC Expo to name a few.

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