[Accessibility] Fwd: BlackBerry Hiring Accessibility Engineering Team

Greg Fields gfields at rim.com
Fri Mar 9 14:58:57 GMT 2012


There are multiple jobs available, and location preference is Boston, Toronto, Malmo, or Bochum areas. 

Cheers,
Greg 
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From: Lulu-Ann at gmx.de [mailto:Lulu-Ann at gmx.de]
Sent: Friday, March 09, 2012 09:56 AM
To: accessibility at openstreetmap.org <accessibility at openstreetmap.org>
Subject: [Accessibility] Fwd: BlackBerry Hiring Accessibility Engineering	Team

Hi,

here is a message from Greg, that was stuck in the moderation process because it contained too large attachments.

Below you find the message, please contact Greg if you want to receive the attachments.

Greg, can you please give us some information where the job is located?

Best regards
Lulu-Ann

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Datum: Fri, 9 Mar 2012 13:52:11 +0000
Von: Greg Fields <gfields at rim.com>
An: "accessibility at openstreetmap.org" <accessibility at openstreetmap.org>
Betreff: BlackBerry Hiring Accessibility Engineering Team

For those interested, Research In Motion (RIM), the maker of BlackBerry smartphones and tablets, is creating an Accessibility Engineering team to work on providing access to the next generation of BlackBerry devices running on the QNX OS. 

The team being built will include an Accessibility Architect/Team Lead, 2 to 3 Accessibility Developers and 2 Technical Accessibility Testers (see job descriptions attached). Applicable candidates will have development experience with relevant technologies, including: Accessibility APIs, UI Frameworks (like Qt), Bridging (like QAccessibleBridge), Assistive Technology development (like Screen Reader, Magnifier, Hearing Aid Telecoil software) and making mobile applications accessible in HTML5, AIR, C++, Android, OpenGL and QtGUI. 

For those interested, I can answer questions you may have and you can send me your resume. 

Cheers,

Greg Fields
Senior Product Manager, Team Lead
Handheld Software Product Management
Research In Motion (RIM)
gfields at rim.com
www.blackberry.com/accessibility
www.twitter.com/berryaccess
 
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