Viget Labs plans to hire about eight people immediately. Brian Williams, co-founder and chief executive, talked with The Post's Andrea Caumont.
QWhat does your
AWe design, build and support custom Web solutions. Our projects vary from high-profile marketing-focused sites for clients like Britney Spears and Shania Twain, to more complex software systems for emerging online businesses. We're a full-service, Web consulting development company.
What do you think your employees would say are the best reasons for working at your company?
The culture is very positive. We're much more focused on providing great solutions for our clients and not what clothes the staff wears. Everyone works really hard so there's a reward for that hard work through company-wide events and quarterly bonuses. We have really interesting clients, and we're always pushing the bar on technologies and design standards. Our staff is very passionate about the Web.
Who owns your company?
We're privately held. The owners are myself and my co-founder.
What sense of stability can your company offer job candidates?
We've been successful for more than five years, and we've never had to lay off a single employee. We have a strong client base and a great reputation, and we're in an industry that's going to continue to see strong growth.
What are the demographics of your company?
Company-wide we're 33 percent female and 7 percent minority. Within the three-person senior management team there is one woman and no minorities.
What positions do you have available, and what level of expertise do you want?
We're more focused on talent, skills and attitude than exact years of experience. We're looking for two Web designers, one Web production specialist, two PHP and one Java developer, an Internet marketing specialist and at least one Web project manager.