Want to work for a company that rocks? One that bases its business on integrity, drive, innovation, excellence, and respect? Do you want to enjoy going to work each day?
Are looking for a job where you can be creative, use all of your skills, and grow your skillset all at the same time? Want to be recognized with awards for your best work? Like working on a variety of projects and interfacing with different customers? Want to be a part of a fun, creative team where collaborating, bouncing ideas around and finding the best solution for a problem is encouraged? Do you desire to not just work on standard websites, but also be a part of creating mobile, e-commerce and social media apps? Looking for a long term job with great pay and benefits and the stability of a company that has been building online solutions for over 22 years? If so, NetSource is the place for you!
NetSource Technologies is an award-winning, interactive agency that specializes in creating online and offline creative solutions that help our clients grow their businesses. We build websites, create online applications, develop e-commerce shopping sites, design logos and print materials, and other innovative marketing solutions our clients need to succeed. We are always on the lookout for dynamic, resourceful, results-oriented people driven to define the next generation in solutions for our customers. Our growing success is based on helping our customers, step-by-step, to achieve their goals by giving them old-fashioned customer service which is somewhat of a rarity these days.
NetSource is a unique place to work that's a lot of fun and offers a competitive benefits package. Also, we are an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, marital or veteran status, union activity, physical or mental disability, on-the-job injuries, age, or any status otherwise protected under applicable federal, state, or local law, unless it is a bona fide occupational requirement reasonably necessary to its operations. Whew!