TMO Is Hiring a Webmaster/Developer - Inquire Within!

This fall, our current webmaster, Stephen Swift, is heading off to grad school, an adventure which will provide him with many things (and for which we wish him the absolute best!), but not leave him with the time to continue working for TMO. As such, we’re looking for someone else to step into that role.

What Do You Need?

TMO is a (relatively) small company, which means that everyone here continually wears multiple hats. As such, there’s no way to definitively list everything you’ll wind up doing for us, but in a nutshell, this position will involve the following:

  • LAMP work (if you don’t know what LAMP is, you can probably stop reading here)
  • Expression Engine upgrades and maintenance (if you already know EE, great, but don’t let that particular lack of knowledge stop you from replying if you still feel you’re the right person for the job!)
  • JavaScript and CSS work
  • Some Unix server maintenance (if you’re comfortable at the command-line, that’s probably enough)
  • …and anything else you bring to the table we’ll find a use for!

Is It Full-Time or Part-Time?

We would like to bring someone on full-time, but we’re not opposed to exploring other avenues if you think you can make it work.

How Much Does It Pay?

As a full-time position, we are looking in the $40k per year range. We do not currently offer health insurance (it’s still cheaper to get on your own, believe it or not, and we can help point you in the right direction).

How Do I Apply?

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) your resume, credentials, and relevant experience. Be interesting about it. We’re a fun bunch, and we’d like to keep it that way.

As I wrote above, we are a small company, and while the requisite skills are, well, requisite, it’s extremely important that we have the right person on board, as well. After all, we have to not only work well together, but be driven to wildly succeed together, too. That takes the right mix.

I look forward to hearing from you!



Made a lamp once in shop class. pull the trunk and the lamp was supposed to light. Stupid lamp wouldn’t turn on. Then there was the whole flare gun incident…


Comments on a job posting. Priceless.

I appreciate the links in the posting, I had never heard of the Expression Engine.


full-time position, we are looking in the $40k per year range

Honestly, without benefits (health insurance), your prospects are grim at that salary level. Even with benefits that’s a good 25-100% below the average going market rate for that sort of work.  Maybe as an entry-level job for some kid just out of college you might find some takers.

Good luck

Dave Hamilton

Appreciate the comments and candor, Ed. The reality is we did our research on the salary and it does fit in line with what we’re seeking for a full-time position. Certainly it’s less per hour than this type of work would pay for an hour-by-hour/contract setting, but that’s the difference between full-time and contract work.

Indeed, we’ve already seen quite a few well-qualified folks who have responded to us here, and we’re excited about our prospects.

That said, I’m someone who firmly believes in discussing money/salary *first* in the job-seeking process (from both sides). It’s much simpler to know that before getting any deeper into the nuts and bolts of things. Some people will see a position like this and feel their time and skills are worth far more than we are paying, and that’s fine. Best to sort that out right up front.

Again, I appreciate the comment. Thanks, Ed.


It’s all good. I am sure you will find someone at that level, no doubt.

I just think it’s cool that you are in Durham NH. I work here too. ( small world )

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