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Billboards, Interns & Parties: Dyn Is Hiring Again

In uncertain economic times, people are always looking for signs of a recovery. They read between the lines of the latest jobs report. They try to hear the double meaning within the words of politicians. Often they turn to the weather – which way is the wind blowing? – in a final plea for some sign of things to come.

We try to be more literal and if you’re looking for a sign, you’ll find it…on the side of I-93 in Massachusetts.

Billboard advertising Dyn's technical jobsWe put up a billboard because we want more people here.

The Internet Infrastructure as a Service space continues to grow and so does Dyn. As a result, we have a lot of job openings and are cranking up our recruitment efforts. But we’re doing it in a very “Dyn” way.

That includes some traditional recruiting methods like career fairs. Within the last two months, Dyn has held career fairs at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, UMass Lowell, UNH and Merrimack College, according to Juliane Theriault, Dyn Talent Acquisition Specialist.

In addition to career fairs, Dyn also has a presence with MassTLC and the New Hampshire High Tech Council. It is very common for us to have a recruitment table at events hosted by these two organizations, which promote technology.

Dyn also has a close relationship with the Boston Startup School.

The school is training some of the best and brightest minds in New England on the skills of entrepreneurship. We’ve invited them up to our Manchester, NH, headquarters and had some of our C-Level teach classes. This is all done in an effort to show talent in Boston that there is a lot going on up in New Hampshire.

We also have our DynTinis & Music Meets Tech events which blur the line between networking, recruiting and simply having a good time. These events, which include food, drink and live music, are a great recruiting tool because they give prospective talent an honest look into the Dyn culture.

But a job often looks different on a classified ad than it does when you’re actually doing it everyday. That’s one of the reasons why Dyn is so heavily invested in interns. We want to give them real world experience they can later use at Dyn or elsewhere. As a result, we’ve had many interns turn that opportunity into a full-time position.

If you’ve been searching for an exciting new opportunity, then you’ve found the right place. So what are you waiting for?


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Whois: Adam Coughlin

Adam Coughlin is the Director of Corporate Communications for Dyn, a cloud-based Internet Performance company that helps companies monitor, control, and optimize online infrastructure for an exceptional end-user experience. Follow Adam on Twitter: @AdamCoughlin and @Dyn.